See also: قرآن and قرأن

Ottoman Turkish edit

 
قزان

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Etymology edit

Inherited from Proto-Turkic *kaŕgan (cauldron); cognate with Azerbaijani qazan, Bashkir ҡаҙан (qaźan), Chuvash хуран (huran), Kazakh қазан (qazan), Kumyk къазан (qazan), Kyrgyz казан (kazan), Turkmen gāzan and Uzbek qozon.

Noun edit

قزان (kazan)

  1. cauldron, kettle, a large bowl-shaped pot
    Synonyms: قدر (kidr), مرجل (mircel)
  2. steam boiler, a boiler designed to produce steam

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قزان (transliteration needed) (Cyrillic spelling казан, Latin spelling qazan)

  1. (Old Tatar) kettle

Proper noun edit

قزان (transliteration needed) (Cyrillic spelling Казан, Latin spelling Qazan)

  1. (Old Tatar) Kazan (the capital and largest city of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia)

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