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BashkirEdit

 
Ярыҡ.

EtymologyEdit

From *yaruq "crack, slit", from Proto-Turkic *yār- (to crack, split).

Cognate with Old Uyghur [script needed] (jaruq, slit, crack); Kazakh жарық (jarıq, slit, crack), Kyrgyz жарык (carık, crack; cracked), Uzbek yoriq (slit, crack), Turkmen ýaryk (crack, split), Turkish yarık (slit, crack), Tuvan чарык (čarık, crack), etc.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [jɑˈrɯ̞q]
  • Hyphenation: я‧рыҡ

NounEdit

ярыҡ (yarïq)

  1. split, crack; cleft, chink
    Төпсөк иҙән ярығына төшөп китеп, баҙҙа ут тоҡанған.
    Töpsök iðän yarïğïna töšöp kitep, baðða ut toqanğan.
    The cigarette stub fell through a floor crack, and fire started in the cellar.
  2. slit, rip
    Бураны күтәреп, башын япҡас, бүрәнә ярыҡтарына мүк тултыралар.
    Buranï kütärep, bašïn yapqas, büränä yarïqtarïna mük tultïralar.
    After the carcass of log house is completed (up to its intended height) and roofed, the slits between logs are filled with moss.

DeclensionEdit

AdjectiveEdit

 
Ярыҡ быяла.
Broken glass.

ярыҡ (yarïq)

  1. cracked, split, cleft
  2. (of glass, porcelain, etc.) broken