"evet" meaning in Turkish

See evet in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Interjection

IPA: /e.vet/, [e̞ˈvɛt̟], [e̞ːt̟] Audio: LL-Q256 (tur)-ToprakM-evet.wav
Etymology: From Ottoman Turkish أوت (evet), from Common Turkic. Cognate with Karakhanid [script needed] (yemet, “yes”). Nişanyan suggest that it may be a doublet of dialectal evet (“quickly”) and suggests a derivation from Proto-Turkic *ẹ̄b- (“to be quick”) whence ivmek, however note the mismatch in initial vowels. EDAL considers Chuvash аван (avan) to also be a cognate and reconstructs Proto-Turkic *ebe-, however such a root is unattested and usually not reconstructed outside of EDAL. Replaced the formerly prevalent ha (“yes”), now largely limited to dialectal and colloquial use. Etymology templates: {{inh|tr|ota|اوت|alt=أوت|tr=evet}} Ottoman Turkish أوت (evet), {{inh|tr|trk-cmn|-}} Common Turkic, {{cog|xqa|t=yes|tr=yemet}} Karakhanid [script needed] (yemet, “yes”), {{der|tr|trk-pro|*ẹ̄b-|t=to be quick}} Proto-Turkic *ẹ̄b- (“to be quick”), {{cog|cv|аван}} Chuvash аван (avan), {{noncog|trk-pro|-}} Proto-Turkic Head templates: {{head|tr|interjection}} evet
  1. yes
    Sense id: en-evet-tr-intj-inmIkP6T

Particle

IPA: /e.vet/, [e̞ˈvɛt̟], [e̞ːt̟] Audio: LL-Q256 (tur)-ToprakM-evet.wav
Etymology: From Ottoman Turkish أوت (evet), from Common Turkic. Cognate with Karakhanid [script needed] (yemet, “yes”). Nişanyan suggest that it may be a doublet of dialectal evet (“quickly”) and suggests a derivation from Proto-Turkic *ẹ̄b- (“to be quick”) whence ivmek, however note the mismatch in initial vowels. EDAL considers Chuvash аван (avan) to also be a cognate and reconstructs Proto-Turkic *ebe-, however such a root is unattested and usually not reconstructed outside of EDAL. Replaced the formerly prevalent ha (“yes”), now largely limited to dialectal and colloquial use. Etymology templates: {{inh|tr|ota|اوت|alt=أوت|tr=evet}} Ottoman Turkish أوت (evet), {{inh|tr|trk-cmn|-}} Common Turkic, {{cog|xqa|t=yes|tr=yemet}} Karakhanid [script needed] (yemet, “yes”), {{der|tr|trk-pro|*ẹ̄b-|t=to be quick}} Proto-Turkic *ẹ̄b- (“to be quick”), {{cog|cv|аван}} Chuvash аван (avan), {{noncog|trk-pro|-}} Proto-Turkic Head templates: {{head|tr|particle}} evet
  1. yes Synonyms: beli, ha, he, oldu, olur, peki, tamam, ya
    Sense id: en-evet-tr-particle-inmIkP6T Categories (other): Turkish entries with incorrect language header, Turkish particles Disambiguation of Turkish entries with incorrect language header: 9 91 Disambiguation of Turkish particles: 9 91

Alternative forms

Download JSON data for evet meaning in Turkish (4.5kB)

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          "word": "oldu"
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    },
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