аҡса

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Аҡса

Etymology[edit]

From *aqča "money; coin".

Cognate with Orkhon Old Turkic [script needed] (aqča, money, coin); Tatar акча (aqça), Kazakh ақша (aqşa), Kyrgyz акча (akça), Southern Altai акча (akča), Kumyk акъча, Karachay-Balkar ахча, Crimean Tatar akça, Khakas ахча (axça), Shor ақча, Tuvan акша (akša, money), Chuvash укçа (ukça, coin).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ɑqˈsɑ]
  • Hyphenation: аҡ‧са

Noun[edit]

аҡса (aqsa)

  1. money
    Ваҡ аҡса.
    Vaq aqsa.
    Small money, small change.
    Ялған аҡса.
    Yalğan aqsa.
    Counterfeit money.
  2. amount of money
    Фонд биржаһы был көндә йәмғеһе 14 миллиард доллар аҡсаһын юғалта.
    Fond biržahï bïl köndä yämğehe 14 milliard dollar aqsahïn yuğalta.
    On this day, the stock market lost a total of 14 billion dollars.
  3. coin, banknote
  4. currency
  5. means, assets

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