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EtymologyEdit

From Ottoman Turkish صانمق(sanmaq, to deem, think, suppose, imagine), from Proto-Turkic *sā-n-mak (to be counted, be regarded), originally passive/reflexive of *sā-mak (to think, count, regard). See saymak (to count, regard). Cognate with Karakhanid سَنْماقْ(sanmāq, to be counted, be regarded, to think).

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sanmak (third-person singular simple present sanır)

  1. (transitive) to suppose, think, reckon, assume
    Evrenin altı günde yaratıldığını sanıyor.He thinks (imagines) that the universe was created in six days.
    Kim olduğunu sanıyorsun?Who do you think you are?

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