аҡыл

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Bashkir[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic عقل (ʕáql, reason, mind, intellect).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ɑˈqɯ̞ɫ]
  • Hyphenation: а‧ҡыл

Noun[edit]

аҡыл (aqïl)

  1. ability of rational thinking; human reason, rational mind, intellect, intelligence
    Аҡылы бар әҙәмдәр телен тыйыр.
    Aqïlï bar äðämdär telen tïyïr.
    People who have intellect will hold their tongue.
  2. (practical) lesson; moral; edification; advice
    Үҙендә камил аҡыл булһа ла, ир... һәр кемдән аҡыл һорар.
    Üðendä kamil aqïl bulha la, ir... här kemdän aqïl horar.
    A man will ask for advice from everybody, even if his own mind is perfect.
    (Aqmulla)
    Тәбиғәт миҙгеле кеүек, һәр ғүмер миҙгеленең дә үҙ һабағы, үҙ аҡылы, үҙ ҡыҙығы була.
    Täbiğät miðgele kewek, här ğümer miðgeleneñ dä üð habağï, üð aqïlï, üð qïðïğï bula.
    Just like every season of the year (lit. of the nature), each period of life has its lesson (to learn), its moral (to draw), its interest.

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