һүҙ

BashkirEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Turkic sӧz, from Proto-Turkic *söŕ (word).

Cognate with Yakut, Dolgan өс (ös), Tuvan, Shor, Khakas, Southern Altai сӧс (sös), Kazakh, Kyrgyz сөз (söz), Kumyk, Karachay-Balkar сёз (sӧz), Tatar сүз (süz), Karakalpak, Uzbek so'z, Turkmen, Turkish, Gagauz, Crimean Tatar sӧz etc

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

һүҙ (hüð)

  1. word
    Тапҡыр һүҙ.
    Tapqïr hüð.
    Bon mot, witticism.
    Һөйләмдә һүҙ тәртибе.
    Höylämdä hüð tärtibe.
    Word order in the sentence.
    Башҡорт телендә был һүҙ ике мәғәнәлә йөрөй.
    Bašqort telendä bïl hüð ike mäğänälä yöröy.
    In the Bashkir language, this word has two meanings.
    Һүҙ тыңламаҫ улыңдан һыйҙаш булһа, сит артыҡ.
    Hüð tïñlamaθ ulïñdan hïyðaš bulha, sit artïq.
    An outsider who shares your meal is better than your son who wouldn't listen to (your) word.
    (Aqmulla)
  2. Anything that is said; utterance, speech, comment, statement
    Был һүҙем үләң түгел — бер нәсихәт.
    Bïl hüðem üläñ tügel — ber näsixät.
    This speech of mine is not a song, but an edification.
    (Aqmulla)
  3. talk, conversation
    Ултыр әле, һиңә әйтер һүҙем бар.
    Ultïr äle, hiñä äyter hüðem bar.
    Sit down, I have a word to tell you.
    Малайың оялыусан икән, һүҙ ҡушырға ла шөрләп тора.
    Malayïñ oyalïwsan ikän, hüð qušïrğa la šörläp tora.
    Your son appears to be shy, he is even afraid to start speaking.
  4. rumor
  5. right to speak, floor
    Йола буйынса, тәү һүҙҙе иң хөрмәтле ҡунаҡ тотто.
    Yola buyïnsa, täw hüððe iñ xörmätle qunaq totto.
    By tradition, the most honored guest first took the floor.

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Last modified on 25 March 2014, at 16:49