çok

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See also: COK

Albanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From çuk, an onomatopoeia.

Noun[edit]

çok m (indefinite plural çoka, definite singular çoku, definite plural çokat)

  1. little hammer (for cleaving stone)
  2. doorknocker
  3. clapper (bells)
  4. protuberance, tip (of bone jointures)
  5. beak
  6. (small, round) pebble (of the size of a nut, generally used in children's games)
  7. beak
  8. (white) cue ball (pool)
  9. blunt side of a blade
  10. nonsense, hogwash

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Northern Kurdish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

A Turkic borrowing. Compare Turkish çökmek (to kneel) and Azerbaijani çökmək (to kneel).

Noun[edit]

Central Kurdish چۆک(çok)

çok m

  1. knee
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Turkish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Turkic çōk(çōk), from Proto-Turkic *čok.

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Determiner[edit]

çok (comparative daha çok, superlative en çok)

  1. much, many, plenty, a lot

Adverb[edit]

çok

  1. very

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