ҡыңғырау

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Bashkir[edit]

Ҡыңғырау [1].

Etymology[edit]

From *qoñ(ğu)rağu "bell" (compare Karakhanid [script needed] (qoñrağu, bell), originally the action noun from the verb *qoñ(ğu)ra- "to ring a bell", from Proto-Turkic *koñra- (to ring, toll).

Cognate with Kazakh қоңырау (qoñıraw, bell), Kyrgyz коңгуроо (koñguroo, bell), Uzbek qo'ng'iroq (bell; telephone call), Uyghur قوڭغۇراق (qongghuraq, bell; ring), Khakas хонъро (xonʺro, cowbell), Southern Altai коҥыра (koŋïra, iron ring with pieces of tin, used as part of a shaman's ritual costume), etc.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [qɯ̞ŋ.ʁɯ̞.ˈrɑw]
  • Hyphenation: ҡың‧ғы‧рау

Noun[edit]

ҡыңғырау (qïñğïraw)

  1. bell
  2. bell, signal at school

Declension[edit]