- spring (season)
|Seasons in Azeri · ? (layout · text)|
|yaz (“spring”)||yay (“summer”)||payız (“autumn”)||qış (“winter”)|
This Azeri entry was created from the translations listed at spring. It may be less reliable than other entries, and may be missing parts of speech or additional senses. Please also see yaz in the Azeri Wiktionary. This notice will be removed when the entry is checked. (more information) April 2009
From Old Turkic 𐰕𐰖 (y¹z, “summer”), from Proto-Turkic *jāŕ (compare Chuvash ҫур (śur, “spring”), Yakut саас (saas, “spring”), Tuvan час (čas, “spring”), Kazakh жаз (jaz, “summer”). Compare Hungarian nyár (“summer”), a possible r-Turkic (Bulgar) borrowing), possibly from Proto-Altaic *ni̯ā́ŕà (“young; spring, summer”) (compare Korean 여름 (yeoreum, “summer”), Japanese 夏 (natsu, “summer”)..
- Locative "yazda" is never or rarely used, instead use "yazın" to say "in summer".
|Seasons in Turkish · mevsimler (layout · text)|
|ilkbahar (“spring”)||yaz (“summer”)||güz, sonbahar (“autumn”)||kış (“winter”)|
- imperative of
- yaz in Turkish dictionaries at Türk Dil Kurumu