饜按饜皢饜皶饜皪饜皢饜埃

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Old Turkic

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Etymology

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Inherited from Common Turkic *kuzgun (raven). Cognate with Old Uyghur [script needed] (quz桑un, raven), Karakhanid 賯購夭賿睾賵購賳賿 (quz桑奴n, raven), Turkish kuzgun (raven), Uzbek kuzg'un, Bashkir 摇芯覚覔芯薪 (qo藕臒on, raven), Tuvan 泻褍褋泻褍薪 (kuskun).

Noun

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饜按饜皢饜皶饜皪饜皢饜埃 (quz桑un)

  1. raven
    • 9th century CE, Irk Bitig, Omen 54
      饜按饜皢饜盀:饜敖饜皦饜皟:饜皨饜皬饜皟饜碍饜凹饜皣:饜皣饜眳饜皣饜挨饜皣饜凹:饜按饜皢饜皵饜皪饜皢饜埃:饜敖饜皦饜皟:饜眳饜碍饜凹饜皟饜皬饜凹饜皣:饜皷饜盀饜皦饜昂饜皢饜昂
      qul:sab茂:begi艐er眉:枚t眉n眉r:quz桑un:sab茂:te艐riger眉:yalbarur
      The slave's words are a request to his master; the raven's words are a prayer to heaven.

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