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BashkirEdit

 
Ут (sense 1)
 
Ут (sense 5)

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *ōt (fire).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ut]
  • Hyphenation: ут (one syllable)

NounEdit

ут (ut)

  1. fire
    Өйгә ҡайтып, усаҡҡа ут яға тор.
    Öygä qaytïp, usaqqa ut yağa tor.
    Go home and make fire in the stove.
  2. bonfire, campfire
  3. light
    Шәм уты.
    Šäm utï.
    Candle light
  4. electricity
    Өйгә ут үткәреү.
    Öygä ut ütkärew.
    To install electricity in the house.
  5. weapons fire
    Дмитрий Виноградов — Мәскәүҙәге бер офиста хеҙмәттәштәренә ут асҡан 30 йәшлек юрист.
    Dmitriy Vinogradov — Mäskäwðäge ber ofista xeðmättäštärenä ut asqan 30 yäšlek yurist.
    Dmitri Vinogradov is a 30 year old lawyer who opened fire on his coworkers in an office in Moscow.

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Derived termsEdit


MacedonianEdit

NounEdit

ут (utm

  1. owl

SynonymsEdit


TatarEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *ōt meaning fire.

NounEdit

ут (ut)

  1. fire