Kashi

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See also: kashi and Kāshí

English[edit]

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قەشقەر
喀什
KA SHI

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Etymology[edit]

From Mandarin 喀什 (Kāshí)

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Kashi

  1. Synonym of Kashgar
    • 1990, David Holley, “COLUMN ONE : An Islamic Challenge to China : Officials fear the spread of fundamentalism in the westernmost region. They toughen controls on religious life and suppress secessionist activities.”, in Los Angeles Times[1]:
      In the dusty bazaar streets of Kashi, also known as Kashgar, Uighur hatred of Chinese authorities runs deep. Many here believe that more than 100 died fighting Chinese troops last spring in the nearby town of Baren.
    • 1992, Richard Grimmett, Helen Taylor, “Recent observations from Xinjiang Autonomous Region, China, 16 June to 5 July 1988”, in Forktail[2], volume 7, page 139:
      W. L. Abbott visited the northern Tarim Basin in the autumn of 1893 (Richmond 1895) and F. Ludlow collected in the northern basin between Kashi (Kashgar) and Jam near Aksu between 17 November 1929 and 13 April 1930, and again from 15 to 29 September 1930, and also documented the observations and collections of G. Sherriff (Ludlow and Kinnear 1933-1934).

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Proper noun[edit]

Kashi

  1. Synonym of Kašgar.

Declension[edit]

Inflection of Kashi (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative Kashi
genitive Kashin
partitive Kashia
illative Kashiin
singular plural
nominative Kashi
accusative nom. Kashi
gen. Kashin
genitive Kashin
partitive Kashia
inessive Kashissa
elative Kashista
illative Kashiin
adessive Kashilla
ablative Kashilta
allative Kashille
essive Kashina
translative Kashiksi
instructive
abessive Kashitta
comitative
Possessive forms of Kashi (type risti)
possessor singular plural
1st person Kashini Kashimme
2nd person Kashisi Kashinne
3rd person Kashinsa