селлә

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Bashkir[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Persian چله (čilla, čelle), from Persian چهل (čehel, forty).

Cognate with Kazakh шілде (şilde), Kazakh чилде (çilde), Uzbek chilla.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [sɪ̞ˈlːæ]
  • Hyphenation: сел‧лә

Noun[edit]

селлә (sellä)

  1. the hottest part of the year (40 days, 25 June through 5 August)
    Йәйге селләлә ҡатын-ҡыҙ өсөн иң уңайлы кейем — йоҡа туҡыманан тегелгән күлдәк.
    Yäyge sellälä qatïn-qïð ösön iñ uñaylï keyem — yoqa tuqïmanan tegelgän küldäk.
    In the hottest part of the summer, the most convenient clothing for a female is a dress sewn from a thin fabric.
  2. the coldest part of the year (40 days, 25 December 5 February)

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