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)