BashkirEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Persian حرکت(motion, movement), from Arabic حَرَكَة(ḥaraka, motion, movement).

Cognate with Kazakh әрекет (äreket, action; effort), Kyrgyz аракет (araket, action; effort), Uzbek harakat (movement, action), Turkish hareket (action, movement), etc.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [χæ.ræˈkæt]
  • Hyphenation: хә‧рә‧кәт

NounEdit

хәрәкәт (xäräkät)

  1. motion, movement
  2. traffic
    Күперҙә юл хәрәкәте ике һыҙатлы.
    Küperðä yul xäräkäte ike hïðatlï.
    The traffic on the bridge is two-lane.
  3. (social) movement, a group of people with a common ideology who try together to achieve certain general goals
    Эшселәр хәрәкәте.
    Ešselär xäräkäte.
    Labor movement.
  4. (linguistics) diacritic, accent mark in Arabic script traditions
DeclensionEdit