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nut, walnut

(грецкий) орех
Nuss, Walnuss
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Doerfer list no. 199

34 entries found.

Language Citation Form Standardized Form
Altay кузук kuzuk
Azerbaijani qoz goz
Baraba Tatar қозық, қосық qozïq, qosïq
Chuvash мӑйӑр măyăr
Crimean Karaim къоз, джэвиз qoz, ǰeviz
Crimean Tatar qoz qoz
Gagauz ceviz ǰeviz
Georgian Urum badridzhan badriǰan
Halych Karaim коз koz
Jungar Tuvan žaŋgaq žaŋgaq
Karachay-Balkar къоз, чёртлеуюк qoz, čörtlewük
Karakalpak ғоза ɣoza
Kazakh жаңғақ žaŋɣaq
Khakas хузух xuzux
Khalaj yaɣāq, yaɣå̄q, yuɣāq yaɣāq, yaɣå̄q, yuɣāq
Kumandy-Kizhi кузук kuzuk
Kumyk къоз qoz
Kuu-Kizhi кузук kuzuk
Kyrgyz орех, жаңгак orex, žaŋgak
Mrass Shor қузуқ quzuq
Nogay коз koz
Ös қузуқ quzuq
Sakha грецкэй эриэхэ gretskey eriexe
Siberian Tatar ҡосоҡ qosoq
Tatar чикләвек čiklävek
Teleut қузуқ quzuq
Tòfa сай, сайлығ ӄузуӄ say, saylïɣ quzuq
Trakai Karaim koz koz
Turkish ceviz ǰeviz
Turkmen hoz hoð
Tuvan тоорук tooruk
Uyghur ياڭاق yaŋaq
Uzbek yongʼoq yåŋɣåq
Xyzyl хузух xuzux

Turkic languages typically use the word for "walnut" as a generic term for "nut".



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