BashkirEdit

EtymologyEdit

From *yalqag(u) (lazy), from the verbal stem yalq- (to be annoyed, to have had enough of sth., to loath, be disgusted), see ялҡыу (yalqïw), probably related to ял (yal, rest).

Cognate with Kazakh жалқау (jalqaw), Kyrgyz жалкоо (calkoo), Southern Altai јалку (ǰalku), Uzbek yalqov, Uyghur يالقاۋ(yalqaw), Tuvan чалгаа (čalgaa, lazy), etc.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [jɑɫ.ˈqɑw]
  • Hyphenation: ял‧ҡау

AdjectiveEdit

ялҡау (yalqaw)

  1. lazy
    Тырыш кеше матур йәшәр, ялҡау кеше аслыҡтан үлер.
    Tïrïš keše matur yäšär, yalqaw keše aslïqtan üler.
    The industrious person will live well, the lazy person will die of hunger.

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