хаҡ

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Bashkir[edit]

Etymology[edit]

from Arabic حَقّ(ḥaqq, equity; truth; correctness).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [χɑq]
  • Hyphenation: хаҡ (one syllable)

Noun[edit]

хаҡ (xaq)

  1. price
    Магазинда бөтөн әйбер бар ине, хаҡтары осһоҙ ине.
    Magazinda bötön äyber bar ine, xaqtarï oshoð ine.
    All (types of) goods were available in the shops, and the prices were cheap.
    Өфөнөң торлаҡ баҙарында хаҡтар тик көрсөклө 2008-09 йылда ғына кәмене.
    Öfönöñ torlaq baðarïnda xaqtar tik körsöklö 2008-09 yïlda ğïna kämene.
    It was only in the crisis year of 2008-2009 that prices were falling in Ufa's real estate market.
  2. fee, pay, fare, rent, reward, etc.
    Эш хаҡы.
    xaqï.
    Salary.
  3. somebody's fair share, justified portion of sth.; legitimate interest
  4. right
    Һорарға хаҡым бар.
    Horarğa xaqïm bar.
    I have the right to ask.

Declension[edit]

Adjective[edit]

хаҡ (xaq)

  1. just, fair
  2. true, truthful, correct
  3. righteous
    Хаҡ мосолман.
    Xaq mosolman.
    A righteous Muslim.
  4. (Islam) a traditional epithet of Allah; just
    Хаҡ Тәғәлә.
    Xaq Täğälä.
    The Just and Supreme.

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