çûn

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See also: cun, cūn, cún, cǔn, cùn, and čun

Kurdish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-European *kyew- (to move, go). Cognates include Persian شدن (šuden) (to become), Ossetian цæуын (cæwyn), Pashto شول (šwəl), Sanskrit च्य्अवते (cyávate, move to and fro, stir), Old Armenian չու (čʿu) and Ancient Greek σεύω (seúō, put in quick motion, drive).

Verb[edit]

çûn

  1. go (move from a place to another that is further away)