arka

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Finnish[edit]

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Germanic loanword. See eerie.

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arka (comparative arempi, superlative arin)

  1. tender, sore
  2. sensitive
  3. timid, shy, bashful

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arka

  1. Romanization of 𐌰𐍂𐌺𐌰

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arka (weak verb, third-person singular past indicative arkaði, supine arkað)

  1. to walk slowly, to plod

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Latvian[edit]

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Triumfa arka (Barselonā)
Pusapļa arka

Etymology[edit]

Via some other European language, ultimately a Borrowing from Latin arcus ("bow"), in feminine form (cf. French arche (bow), and Late Latin arca, also ultimately from arcus).

Noun[edit]

arka f (4th declension)

  1. (architecture) arch (bow-shaped arrangement between two supports)
    loka arka — bow-shaped arch
    pusapļa arka — semi-circular arch
    akmeņu arka — stone arch
    loga, durvju, vārtu arka — window, door, gate arch
    arkas cekuls — the crest of the arch
    triumfa arka — triumphal arch
    dzelzceļa tilta varenās arkas — the mighty arches of the railway bridge
    neredzēti līkumaini koki, kuru savijušās lapotnes veido dabiskas arkas — unseen cranked trees whose intertwined foliage forms natural arches

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Norwegian[edit]

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arka

  1. plural definite of ark

Polish[edit]

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Noun[edit]

arka f

  1. ark (ship built by Noah)

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Turkish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Turkic arka, from Proto-Turkic *ărka, *ār (behind, back), possibly from Proto-Altaic *ằra ("back, behind"). Proto-Turkic and Proto-Mongolic *ărka go back to a dative-locative formation *ara-k`a. Related to aramak.

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arka

  1. back

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