"кыр" meaning in Tuvan

See кыр in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Noun

IPA: /qɯr/ Forms: kır [romanization], кырны [accusative, definite], кырлар [plural]
Etymology: From Proto-Turkic *kïr (“mountain”). Various postpositional senses are attested in Kumyk къыр (qır), dialectal Tatar кыр (qır) and Turkish kır. Etymology templates: {{inh|tyv|trk-pro|*kïr||mountain}} Proto-Turkic *kïr (“mountain”), {{cog|kum|къыр}} Kumyk къыр (qır), {{cog|tt|кыр}} Tatar кыр (qır), {{cog|tr|kır}} Turkish kır Head templates: {{head|tyv|noun|definite accusative|кырны|||plural|кырлар|f1accel-form=def|acc|s|f1request=1|f3accel-form=p|f3request=1|head=|sort=}} кыр • (kır) (definite accusative кырны, plural кырлар), {{tyv-noun|ны|лар}} кыр • (kır) (definite accusative кырны, plural кырлар)
  1. mountain range
    Sense id: кыр-tyv-noun-IOmyZtjM

Postposition

IPA: /qɯr/ Forms: kır [romanization]
Etymology: From Proto-Turkic *kïr (“mountain”). Various postpositional senses are attested in Kumyk къыр (qır), dialectal Tatar кыр (qır) and Turkish kır. Etymology templates: {{inh|tyv|trk-pro|*kïr||mountain}} Proto-Turkic *kïr (“mountain”), {{cog|kum|къыр}} Kumyk къыр (qır), {{cog|tt|кыр}} Tatar кыр (qır), {{cog|tr|kır}} Turkish kır Head templates: {{head|tyv|postposition}} кыр • (kır)
  1. above
    Sense id: кыр-tyv-postp-iMfwjQvl Categories (other): Tuvan postpositions Disambiguation of Tuvan postpositions: 4 5 18 12 4 7 4 18 28

Download JSON data for кыр meaning in Tuvan (2.8kB)

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      },
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    },
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