From Ottoman Turkish [Term?], from now dated Persian هر شیء (har šey’, “everything”, literally “each thing”), from هر (har, “each, every”) + شیء (“thing, object”), the latter being a borrowing from Arabic شَيْء (šayʾ, “thing”).
declension of her şey
possessive forms of her şey
- Note: The plural forms are grammatically wrong but colloquially used.