батша

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Bashkir[edit]

Батша

Etymology[edit]

From Persian پادشاه (pâdešâh, pâdšâh).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [bɑtˈʂɑ]
  • Hyphenation: бат‧ша

Noun[edit]

батша (batša)

  1. sovereign, monarch, ruler; king, queen
  2. emperor
  3. padishah
    Алтын тәхет өҫтөндә батша ҡыҙы ултырған, дүрт яғынан дүрт ҡоло тәхетен күтәргән.
    Altïn täxet öθtöndä batša qïðï ultïrğan, dürt yağïnan dürt qolo täxeten kütärgän.
    On top of a golden throne, padishah's daughter sat; four slaves from four sides raised her throne.
  4. czar; czarina
    Батша хөкүмәте.
    Batša xökümäte.
    The Czar government.
    Аҡ батша.
    Aq batša.
    The Russian Czar (literally the white king).
    Әбей батша.
    Äbey batša.
    Catherine the Great (literally the old woman queen).

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Southern Altai[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Persian پادشاه (pâdešâh, pâdšâh). Cognate with Uzbek batsha Pasigir(Oghuz) padshay

Noun[edit]

батша (batša)

  1. king

Declension[edit]

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