"Yukaghir" meaning in All languages combined

See Yukaghir on Wiktionary

Proper name [English]

Etymology: From Russian Юкагиры (Jukagiry), from Yakut Юкагир (Yukagir) (plural Yakut Юкагирдер (Yukagirder). The "Yuka" in Yukaghir may derive from a Yukaghir word for "distant", but may also be related to "yuka" seen in Evenki-language clan-names such as Yukaminka and Yukamisi, both living on the Amur river, traditionally. The suffix -ghir is likely of Evenki origin; compare Orochon clans such as Bayaghir, Iglaghir, Kindighir, Nikaghir, Tuluyaghir, and the Evenk tribe called Samaghir, on the Amur River. The Yukaghir call themselves Odul (“strong, powerful”). Etymology templates: {{bor|en|ru|Юкагиры}} Russian Юкагиры (Jukagiry), {{der|en|sah|Юкагир}} Yakut Юкагир (Yukagir), {{der|en|sah|Юкагирдер}} Yakut Юкагирдер (Yukagirder), {{l|en|Odul||strong, powerful}} Odul (“strong, powerful”) Head templates: {{en-proper noun}} Yukaghir
  1. (linguistics) A language family consisting of two closely related languages spoken in Siberia. Categories (topical): Linguistics, Ethnicity, Languages
    Sense id: Yukaghir-en-name-UMcVZPpV Disambiguation of Ethnicity: 61 39 Disambiguation of Languages: 94 6 Categories (other): English pluralia tantum Disambiguation of English pluralia tantum: 71 29 Topics: human-sciences, linguistics, sciences Related terms: Proto-Yukaghir Translations (an ethnic group of Siberia or their language family): jukagiir (Estonian), jukagiiri (Finnish), youkaguir [masculine] (French), youkaghir [masculine] (French), Jukagiren [plural] (German), jukagír (Hungarian), jukagir (Hungarian), юкаги́р (jukagír) (Russian)

Noun [English]

Etymology: From Russian Юкагиры (Jukagiry), from Yakut Юкагир (Yukagir) (plural Yakut Юкагирдер (Yukagirder). The "Yuka" in Yukaghir may derive from a Yukaghir word for "distant", but may also be related to "yuka" seen in Evenki-language clan-names such as Yukaminka and Yukamisi, both living on the Amur river, traditionally. The suffix -ghir is likely of Evenki origin; compare Orochon clans such as Bayaghir, Iglaghir, Kindighir, Nikaghir, Tuluyaghir, and the Evenk tribe called Samaghir, on the Amur River. The Yukaghir call themselves Odul (“strong, powerful”). Etymology templates: {{bor|en|ru|Юкагиры}} Russian Юкагиры (Jukagiry), {{der|en|sah|Юкагир}} Yakut Юкагир (Yukagir), {{der|en|sah|Юкагирдер}} Yakut Юкагирдер (Yukagirder), {{l|en|Odul||strong, powerful}} Odul (“strong, powerful”) Head templates: {{head|en|noun|plural only|||||{{{sg}}}||{{{sg2}}}|cat2=pluralia tantum|g=p|head=|sort=}} Yukaghir pl (plural only), {{en-plural noun}} Yukaghir pl (plural only)
  1. An ethnic group of Siberia. Tags: plural, plural-only
    Sense id: Yukaghir-en-noun-OSV6tN2T

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