сей

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Bashkir[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Turkic či ‎(damp, moist), from Proto-Turkic *čɨj ‎(wet, moist; raw).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [sɪ̞j]
  • Hyphenation: сей

Adjective[edit]

сей ‎(sey)

  1. wet, damp, soggy
    Сей утын насар яна.
    Sey utïn nasar yana.
    Damp firewood won't burn well.
    Сей бесән.
    Sey besän.
    Damp hay.
  2. half-baked (of bread, pastry)
  3. raw

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Pronoun[edit]

сей ‎(sej) ‎(demonstrative)

  1. (archaic, poetic, literary, humorous) this, this here
    Прочита́л я сей докуме́нт, ну и где там упомина́ется сто́имость?
    Pročitál ja sej dokumént, nu i gde tam upominájetsja stóimostʹ?
    I've read this document, well, where is the cost mentioned there?

Usage notes[edit]

  • Сей is an archaic form that is seldom used in speech or in prose unless compounded with other words or in certain set phrases:
  • сего́дня ‎(sevódnja) — today
  • сейча́с ‎(sejčás) — immediately
  • сию́ мину́туthis very minute
  • до сих по́рuntil now
  • по сей деньuntil this day
  • и то́ и сёboth this and the other
  • то да сёone thing and another
  • ни то́ ни сё́neither the one nor the other
  • It can also be used in a stilted or jocular style.

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Verb[edit]

сей ‎(sejimpf

  1. singular imperative of се́ять ‎(séjatʹ)