An Etymological Dictionary of Pre-13th Century Turkish by Gerard Clauson

By Gerard Clauson

Show description

Read or Download An Etymological Dictionary of Pre-13th Century Turkish PDF

Best dictionaries books

Dictionary of Media Studies

Dictionary of Media stories КНИГИ ; ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ Автор: коллектив авторов Название: Dictionary of Media reviews Издательство: A & C Black PublishersГод: 2006 Формат: pdf Размер: 7 Mb Язык: английскийCovering tv, movie, radio, and theatre, this dictionary includes millions of phrases and expressions common within the media and leisure industries and in school room analyses of the at huge.

O Pioneers! (Webster's Korean Thesaurus Edition)

This version is written in English. in spite of the fact that, there's a operating Korean word list on the backside of every web page for the tougher English phrases highlighted within the textual content. there are various variants of O Pioneers! . This variation will be important in the event you could lik

The Taming of the Shrew (Webster's German Thesaurus Edition)

This version is written in English. even if, there's a operating German word list on the backside of every web page for the tougher English phrases highlighted within the textual content. there are various variants of The Taming of the Shrew. This variation will be worthy if y

Dictionnaire des synonymes et nuances

Présentation de l'éditeur Le français tout en nuancesLes synonymes classés par sens Parce qu'une personne discrète est réservée, pudique, silencieuse, mais qu'un lieu discret est retiré, isolé, à l'abri des regards. .. Les nuances entre les mots de sens proches expliquées Parce qu'on enseigne l'anglais mais qu'on inculque des valeurs, qu'une selected urgente n'est pas toujours pressante.

Extra info for An Etymological Dictionary of Pre-13th Century Turkish

Example text

S fr. ; see Kq. I z r , I I 168, 254; very common. -irkan-l-irken- in isirken-, klsirkan-; function obscure; see Den. Suff. )/-q~r-/-qir- (in tamqlrkulqir-)I-&--/-&(perhaps occasionally -8ur-/-@I--; rare) /-sir- (in kulsir-) all form Inchoative V s ; see the Den. Suff. -5ir-l-gir-. (ar-)/-er-l-ur-l-iir-, attached only to consonants, the first two very rare, the second two fairly common, form Caus. 1187, 199. -dur-/-dur-l-tur-/-tur-,attached only to consonants, the commonest Suff. for forming Caus.

N-l-m-l-in-l-un-/-h- forms Refl. s, which acc. to Kaf. had four shades of meaning 'to do something to oneself, for oneself, or by onesclf; or pretcnd to do something but not actually do it' (the last practically unknown elsewhere); it was also used to form Intrans. and sometime Pass. s fr. ; see Kq. I z r , I I 168, 254; very common. -irkan-l-irken- in isirken-, klsirkan-; function obscure; see Den. Suff. )/-q~r-/-qir- (in tamqlrkulqir-)I-&--/-&(perhaps occasionally -8ur-/-@I--; rare) /-sir- (in kulsir-) all form Inchoative V s ; see the Den.

11198; rather rare. - g u r - l - ~ u r - (occasionally in the Sec. f. -qur-l-cur-) is not a primary Suff. g. tap-, tapig-, tapgur-. , meant 'to do (something) together (with a Plur. Subject); to do (something) in every part (with a Sing. Subject); to do (something) to one another (with a Plur. ). N. See Knf. , 225; common. g. tute: -,tutuz-)l-duz-/-diiz-/-&zI-guz- form Caus. V s ; obviousIy cognate to -ur-, etc. (cf. -siz, -sirs:-); acc. to Kaj. ; see also 11164; all rare in the early period; became commoner, and in some languages almost standard, in the later period.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.74 of 5 – based on 37 votes