ваҡ-төйәк

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Bashkir[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Reduplicated from ваҡ(vaq).

Cognate with Kyrgyz убак-түйөк(ubak-tüyök), Kazakh уақ-түйек(waq-tüyek), Crimean Tatar ufaq-tüfek, vaq-tüyek, Turkish ufak-tefek(id.), etc.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈwaq.tʏ̞ˌjæk]
  • Hyphenation: ваҡ-тө‧йәк

Noun[edit]

ваҡ-төйәк ‎(vaq-töyäk)

  1. (collectively) small things; random assortment of things; bits and pieces, odds and ends, dribs and drabs
  2. insignificant details and/or circumstances
    Һәр нәмә лә ваҡ-төйәгенә тиклем ентекләп уйланылған.
    Här nämä lä vaq-töyägenä tiklem yentekläp uylanïlğan.
    Everything has been though of to the last detail.
  3. unimportant events or activities
    Ошондай ваҡ-төйәктән тормошобоҙ тора ла инде.
    Ošonday vaq-töyäktän tormošoboð tora la inde.
    Our life in fact consists of such small things.

Declension[edit]

Adjective[edit]

ваҡ-төйәк ‎(vaq-töyäk)

  1. small, trifle, unimportant
    Ваҡ-төйәк көндәлек мәшәҡәт.
    Vaq-töyäk köndälek mäšäqät.
    The everyday small fuss and bother.