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to want

хотеть
wollen
vouloir

26 entries found.

Language Citation Form Standardized Form
Altay кӱӱни кел-, кӱӱнзе- küüni kel-, küünze-
Azerbaijani istə- istä-
Bashkir телә- telä-
Chuvash кӑмӑл ту- kămăl tu-
Crimean Karaim иста-, истэ-, киле-, ӧзле- ista-, iste-, kile-, özle-
Crimean Tatar iste- iste-
Dolgan bagar- bagar-
Gagauz iste- iste-
Halych Karaim клэ- kle-
Karachay-Balkar сюй-, изле- süy-, izle-
Kazakh қала-, тіле- qala-, tile-
Khakas хын- xïn-
Khalaj šä-, hišä- šä-, hišä-
Khorasani Turkic - NW Dialect istä- istä-
Kumyk сюй- süy-
Kyrgyz каала-, тиле-, эңсе- kaala-, tile-, eŋse-
Mrass Shor сана-, қын- sana-, qïn-
Nogay тиле- tile-
Sakha баҕар- baɣar-
Sonqori issä- issä-
Tatar телә- telä-
Trakai Karaim klia- klʼa-
Turkish iste- iste-
Tuvan күзэ- küze-
Uyghur خالىماق xala-
Western Yugur saqïn- saqïn-

A number of languages have desiderative constructions that are used in place of stand-alone verbs. These are often formed using a suffix + the verb kel- "to come", e.g. Bashkir -GE kil-



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