саң

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Bashkir[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

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Cognate with Kazakh шаң (şañ), Kyrgyz чаң (çañ), Uzbek chang (dust), etc.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [sɑŋ]
  • Hyphenation: саң

Noun[edit]

саң (sañ)

  1. dust
    Саң бураны.
    Sañ buranï.
    Dust storm.
    Турғай саңда ҡойонһа, ямғыр яуа.
    Turğay sañda qoyonha, yamğïr yawa.
    If a sparrow takes a dust bath, it will rain.

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Etymology 2[edit]

From Old Turkic čaŋ "bell; cymbals", from Sinitic (zhēng) "gong".

Cognate with Khakas саң (šañ), Turkish çan "bell", etc.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [sɑŋ]
  • Hyphenation: саң

Noun[edit]

саң (sañ)

  1. the resonant sound of a bell or metal; ring, jingle, chime, toll (sound)
    Ҡаланан даң-доң саң ҡаҡҡан тауыш ишетелде.
    Qalanan dañ-doñ sañ qaqqan tawïš išetelde.
    The sound of ringing was heard from the city.
  2. (figuratively) alarm bell, tocsin
    Һуңғы арала, ниһәйәт, властең төрлө кимәлдерендә саң ҡаға башланылар: конференциялар йыялар, докладтар уҡыйҙар, һәр министрлыҡ тиерлек үҙ проектын тәҡдим итә.
    Huñğï arala, nihäyät, vlasteñ törlö kimälderendä sañ qağa bašlanïlar: konferentsiyalar yïyalar, dokladtar uqïyðar, här ministrlïq tiyerlek üð proyektïn täqdim itä.
    Recently, after all, (they) began to ring the alarm bell at various levels of authorities: (they) convene conferences, read reports, almost every ministry proposes its project.

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References[edit]

  • Dictionary of Old Turkic. USSR Academy of Sciences. Nauka: Leningrad, 1969. p.139



Khakas[edit]

Noun[edit]

саң (transliteration needed)

  1. bell