soluk

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Ottoman Turkish صولق (soluk, faded, withered), derived from صولمق (solmak, to fade, wither). See sol-.

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soluk

  1. light, pale, faded, faint, dull
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Ottoman Turkish صولوق (soluk, breath, violent breathing), derived from صولومق (solumak, to breathe, breathe heavily, pant). See solu-.

Noun[edit]

soluk (definite accusative soluğu, plural soluklar)

  1. breath, breathing, exhalation
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