ylkä

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From Proto-Uralic *irkä or *ürkä (man, son, boy). Cognate with Hungarian -ër, -ér, -ar ("human, man") and Mari erɣǝ ("son, boy; grandson").

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ylkä

  1. (archaic) groom, bridegroom

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