көмүс

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Turkic *kümüĺ ~ *gümüĺ (silver). The raising of *ü to /ø/ is irregular. Compare Kyrgyz күмүш (kümüş).

Furthermore, SakhaTyla[1] glosses this word in Russian as "серебро (serebro); золото (zoloto)", and in English as "that which has been buried; gold, silver". If true, this would suggest a link with көм (köm, to bury).

Noun[edit]

көмүс (kömüs)

  1. (chemistry) silver, gold

See also[edit]

Minerals - минераллар (minerallar)
Taş
Stone
stone: таас (taas)
Proto-Turkic *tiāĺ
Demir
Iron
iron: тимир (timir)
Proto-Turkic *temür
Gümüş
Silver
silver: үрүҥ көмүс (ürüñ kömüs)
Proto-Turkic *kümüĺ
Altın
Gold
gold: кыһыл көмүс (kıhıl kömüs)
Proto-Turkic *altun
Çilek
Strawberry
copper: алтан (altan)
Proto-Turkic *bakïr
Tebeşir
Chalk
chalk: миэл (miel) (← Russ. мел (mel))
Proto-Turkic *bōr
Kömür
Coal
coal: көмөр (kömör)
Proto-Turkic *kömür
Kaya tuzu
Salt
salt: туус (tuus)
Proto-Turkic *tūŕ
Kurşun
Lead
lead: сибиниэс (sibinies) (← Russ. свинец (svinec))
Proto-Turkic *korguĺčïn

This table was derived from Template:table:mines/trk-pro.

References[edit]

  1. ^ SakhaTyla (2022 May (last accessed)) “көмүс”, in SakhaTyla.Ru - Sakha Dictionary