башҡа

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Etymology[edit]

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Cognate with Uzbek boshqa, Turkish başka.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [bɑʂ.ˈqɑ]
  • Hyphenation: баш‧ҡа

Adjective[edit]

башҡа (bašqa)

  1. other, different, distinct
    Башҡа дин кешеләре.
    Bašqa din kešeläre.
    People of other religions.
    Кем белә, бәлки, башҡа сәбәбе лә барҙыр.
    Kem belä, bälki, bašqa säbäbe lä barðïr.
    Who knows, maybe there is another reason (for it) as well.
    Мөхәммәт өммәтенең бер рәҡәғәт намаҙҙарының сауабы башҡа өммәттәрҙең мең рәҡәғәт сауабына тиңләшер.
    Möxämmät ömmäteneñ ber räqäğät namaððarïnïñ sawabï bašqa ömmättärðeñ meñ räqäğät sawabïna tiñläšer.
    The merit of (performing) one sequence of prayer by a follower of Muhammad (i.e. by a Muslim) is equal to the merit of (performing) a thousand of sequences of (=by) other followers (=the followers of of other religious traditions).

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Postposition[edit]

башҡа (bašqa) (with ablative)

  1. except, besides, other than