көн

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Turkic kün, from Proto-Turkic *gün (day; the sun).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [kʏ̞n]
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: көн

Noun[edit]

көн (kön)

  1. day
    Көн яҡтыһы.
    Kön yaqtïhï.
    Day light.
    Көн һайын.
    Kön hayïn.
    Every day
    .
    Көнө буйы.
    Könö buyï.
    All day long
    .
    Ял көнө.
    Yal könö.
    Day off
    .
  2. (in certain collocations, otherwise rare) sun
    Көн тыуа.
    Kön tïwa.
    The sun rises
    .
    Көн байый.
    Kön bayïy.
    The sun sets
    .
    Көн һуңғы тапҡыр 2008 йылдың йәйендә тотолдо.
    Kön huñğï tapqïr 2008 yïldïñ yäyendä totoldo.
    The sun was eclipsed (=there was a solar eclipse) last time in the summer of 2008
    .
    Көн тейгәндә тәүге ярҙам.
    Kön teygändä täwge yarðam.
    First aid for sunstroke
    .
    Кейемең көнгә уңған.
    Keyemeñ köngä uñğan.
    Your clothes were discolored by the sun
    .
  3. (in certain collocations) quiet life, peaceful existence
    Зөбәржәт ҡарсыҡ уҫал булды, килененә көн бирмәне.
    Zöbäržät qarsïq uθal buldï, kilenenä kön birmäne.
    The old Zubarjat was evil (and) made life impossible for her doughter-in-law (=never left her doughter-in-law in peace)
    .

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Noun[edit]

көн (kөn)

  1. day