куш

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See also: кӱш

Kyrgyz[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Turkic *kuĺ (bird). Cognate with Kazakh құс (qus), Southern Altai куш (kuš), Crimean Tatar quş, Karaim kuš, Kumyk къуш (quş), Bashkir ҡош (qoš), Tatar кош (qoş), Azerbaijani quş, Turkish kuş, Turkmen guş, Uzbek qush, Uyghur قۇش(qush), Shor қуш, Tuvan куш (kuş), Western Yugur qus,etc.

Noun[edit]

куш (quş)

  1. bird

Southern Altai[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Turkic *kuĺ (bird). Cognate with Kazakh құс (qus), Kyrgyz куш (quş), Crimean Tatar quş, Karaim kuš, Kumyk къуш (quş), Bashkir ҡош (qoš), Tatar кош (qoş), Azerbaijani quş, Turkish kuş, Turkmen guş, Uzbek qush, Uyghur قۇش(qush), Shor қуш, Tuvan куш (kuş), Western Yugur qus,etc.

Noun[edit]

куш (kuš)

  1. bird

Tuvan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Turkic *kuĺ (bird).

Noun[edit]

куш (kuş) (definite accusative кушту, plural куштар)

  1. bird

Derived terms[edit]


Urum[edit]

Noun[edit]

куш (kuš)

  1. bird