turks

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Latvian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Via various European languages, ultimately from Turkish Türk (Turk), of unknown origin.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

turks m (1st declension, feminine form: turciete)

  1. a Turk, a Turkish man, a man from Turkey or of Turkish descent
    kā Otello sodīja to turku, kas bija noziedzies pret Venēciju, tāpat viņš soda sevias Othello pusnished the Turk who had offended Venice, he also punished himself
    mana vectēva jaunākais brālis Juris ilgus gadus dienējis zaldātos, karojis ar turkiemmy grandfather's younger brother Juris served as a soldier for many years, he fought the Turks
  2. (genitive plural) Turkish, pertaining to Turkey and its people
    turku valodathe Turkish language
    turku kafijaTurkish coffee
    turku zobensTurkish sword
    turku minaretiTurkish minarets
    turku sultānsTurkish sultan

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Noun[edit]

turks

  1. indefinite genitive singular of turk