turp

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Albanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin turpis.

Noun[edit]

turp m

  1. shame

Synonims[edit]

  1. kori
  2. marre

Azeri[edit]

Noun[edit]

turp (definite accusative turpu, plural turplar)

  1. radish

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Latvian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From tur (there) +‎ -p.

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Adverb[edit]

turp

  1. used to indicate an unnamed place relatively far from the speaker as the target of motion; there, to there, thither, to that place
    doties turpto go there
    turp un atpakaļthere and back
    šurp un turphere and there, hither and thither, to and fro
    Dima zināja alpu pļavu, kur riesta laikā pulcējās brieži, un devās turpDima knew an alpine meadow where deer gather during the rut, and he went there
    “man liekas, ka būs pērkons; skaties turp” viņš rādīja uz dienvidrietumiem, kur tumši mākoņi karājās pār apvārsni“it seems to me that there will be thunder; look there” he pointed to the southwest, where dark clouds were hanging over the horizon
    Oļiņš, dzirdēdams sievu pa kambari kliedzam, gāja turpu raudzīt, kas tur esot par nelaimiOļiņš, hearing (his) wife cry, went three to see what misfortune had happened

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Turkish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Turkic *turmā (radish), from an Iranian language. Compare Hungarian torma (horseradish), Persian ترب (torob, radish).

Noun[edit]

turp

  1. radish