AzerbaijaniEdit

Other scripts
Cyrillic јаныг
Roman yanıq
Perso-Arabic یانیق

EtymologyEdit

From yan- (to burn) +‎ -ıq.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [jɑˈnɯχ]
  • Hyphenation: ya‧nıq

NounEdit

yanıq (definite accusative yanığı, plural yanıqlar)

  1. fumes, smell of (something) burning
  2. burn, scorch (a physical injury caused by heat or caustic chemicals)
  3. Only used in yanıq vermək and yanığını çıxmaq
    1. spite, malice, grudge
    2. envy

DeclensionEdit

AdjectiveEdit

yanıq (comparative daha yanıq, superlative ən yanıq)

  1. burnt
    1. damaged or injured by fire or heat.
    2. (of food) carbonised.
      yanıq çörəkbrunt bread
  2. rotten, putrid, decayed
  3. frail, weak, infirm
  4. (colloquial) constantly horny, oversexed, lewd

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