Bashkir edit

Bashkir cardinal numbers
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    Cardinal : өс (ös)
    Ordinal : өсөнсө (ösönsö)

Etymology edit

From Proto-Turkic *üč (three).

Cognate with Old Turkic𐰇𐰲(üč, three), Turkish üç (three).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ʏ̞s]
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: өс (one syllable)

Numeral edit

өс (ös)

  1. three
    Өс күренештән торған пьеса.
    Ös küreneştən torğan pʹyesa.
    A three-act play.
    Өс уҡылмаған хәбәрегеҙ бар.
    Ös uqılmağan xəbəregeź bar.
    You have three unread messages.
    Бал ҡорттары күҙәнәктәрҙе өс төрлө яһай.
    Bal qorttarı küźənəktərźe ös törlö yahay.
    Honey bees make three types of honeycombs.
    Башҡортостанда талпандар уянған: өс тешләү осрағы теркәлгән.
    Başqortostanda talpandar uyanğan: ös teşləw osrağı terkəlgən.
    Ticks have woken up in Bashkortostan: three cases of biting were recorded.

Derived terms edit

Kazakh edit

Alternative scripts
Arabic ٶس
Cyrillic өс
Latin ös
Yañalif ɵs

Etymology edit

From Russian ось (osʹ).

Noun edit

өс (ös)

  1. (mathematics) axis

Declension edit

Yakut edit

Etymology 1 edit

 
Yakut Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia sah

From Proto-Turkic *söz. Compare Turkish söz.

Noun edit

өс (ös)

  1. (linguistics) word, speech
    See synonyms at тыл (tıl). (more common)
Derived terms edit

Etymology 2 edit

From Proto-Turkic *ȫč (revenge, anger). Compare Turkish öç.

Noun edit

өс (ös)

  1. hate, hatred
    Antonym: таптал (taptal, love)
    Киҥ өскө тириэрдиэҕэ.
    Kiñ öskö tirierdieğe.
    Anger leads to hate.
    Өс эрэйдэниигэ тириэрдиэҕэ.
    Ös ereydeniige tirierdieğe.
    Hate leads to suffering.
  2. enmity, malice, spite
    Synonym: өһөгөй (öhögöy, enmity, hatred)
  3. revenge
  4. (ethics) evil
    Antonym: үтүө (ütüö, good)
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