იგრიკა

Etymology

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Borrowed from Georgian იგრიკა (igriḳa), from Old Georgian იგრიკაჲ (igriḳay), which has been considered a borrowing from Old Armenian արեգ (areg).

Proper noun

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იგრიკა (igriǩa) (Latin spelling İgriǩa) (Borghola)

  1. (rare) April
    Synonym: აპრილი (ap̌rili)

Coordinate terms

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References

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  • Brosset, M. (1832) “Extrait du manuscrit arménien nº 114 de la Bibliothèque royale, relatif au calendrier géorgien”, in Journal asiatique (in French), volume 10, page 530 of 526–532
  • Gippert, Jost (1988) “Die altgeorgischen Monatsnamen”, in Fridrik Thordarson, editor, Studia Caucasologica I: Proceedings of the Third Caucasian Colloquium, Oslo, July, 1986 (in German), Oslo: Norwegian University Press, pages 97, 135
  • Ḳeḳeliʒe, Ḳorneli (1956) Eṭiudebi ʒveli kartuli liṭeraṭuris isṭoriidan [Studies on the History of Old Georgian Literature] (in Georgian), volume I, Tbilisi: University Press, page 101

Further reading

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  • Kojima, Gôichi (2012–) “İgrik'a”, in Temel Lazca-Türkçe Sözlük Taslağı[1] (in Turkish)