Chuvash

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Etymology

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From Proto-Turkic *kiān.

Noun

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юн (jun)

  1. blood

Kalmyk

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Etymology

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From Proto-Mongolic *yaγun. Cognate with Mongolian юу (juu).

Pronunciation

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Pronoun

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юн (yun) (Clear script spelling ᡕᡇᡇᠨ (yuun))

  1. what

See also

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Nogai

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Etymology

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From Proto-Turkic *yuŋ.

Noun

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юн (yun)

  1. wool

References

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  • N. A. Baskakov, S.A Kalmykov, editor (1963), “юн”, in Nogajsko-Russkij Slovarʹ [Nogai-Russian Dictionary], Moscow: karačajevo-čerkesskij naučno- issledovatelʹskij institut jazyka, literatury i istorii, →ISBN

Russian

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Pronunciation

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Adjective

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юн (jun)

  1. short masculine singular of ю́ный (júnyj)

Udmurt

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Etymology

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From Proto-Permic *jɔn. Cognates include Komi-Zyrian ён (jon) and Komi-Permyak ён (jon).

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [ˈjun]
  • Rhymes: -un
  • Hyphenation: юн

Adjective

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юн (jun)

  1. strong, firm, solid
  2. unbreakable, steadfast
  3. serious, severe
  4. consistent
  5. confident, resolute, sure

References

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  • L. E. Kirillova, L. L. Karpova, editors (2008), “юн”, in Удмурт-ӟуч кыллюкам [Udmurt-Russian dictionary], Izhevsk: Удмуртский институт истории, языка и литературы УрО РАН, →ISBN, page 814
  • Yrjö Wichmann, Toivo Emil Uotila (1987) Mikko Korhonen, editor, Wotjakischer Wortschatz [Votyak Vocabulary] (Lexica Societatis Fenno-Ugricae; Volume 21) (overall work in German), Helsinki: Suomalais-ugrilainen Seura, →ISBN, →ISSN, page 83