Bashkir edit

Etymology edit

From *ïšanč ~ *išenč (trust, confidence, hope), from Proto-Turkic *ïĺan-~*iĺen- (to believe, trust).

Cognate with Tatar ышаныч (ışanıç, trust, confidence; hope), Karachay-Balkar ышанч (ışanç, hope, reliance), Uzbek ishonch (trust, confidence; hope); Uyghur ишәнч (ishench, hope, reliance), Southern Altai ижениш (iženiš, hope, reliance, gullibility), Khakas ізеніс (ìzenìs, hope, reliance, gullibility).

Synchronously, ышан- (ışan-, to believe, to rely on) +‎ -ыc (-ıc).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ɯ̞.ʂɑ.ˈnɯ̞s]
  • Hyphenation: ы‧ша‧ныс

Noun edit

ышаныс (ışanıs)

  1. dependence upon something in the future; reliance, trust, faith, confidence
    Ә ышаныс юғалһа, уны яңынан яулау үтә ауыр.
    Ə ışanıs yuğalha, unı yañınan yawlaw ütə awır.
    And if confidence is destroyed, it is very difficult to win back.
  2. hope
    Ҡарайым алға ҙур ышаныс менән.
    Qarayım alğa źur ışanıs menən.
    I look forward with big hope.
    Ышаныс бөткән. Артабан нисек йәшәргә?
    Işanıs bötkən. Artaban nisek yəşərgə?
    Hope has finished (=died). How to live hereafter (=how can we go on)?

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