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Bashkir

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Male and female duck.

Etymology

From Proto-Turkic *ata ("father; uncle; ancestor").

Also see ? (atay, "father").

Noun

o (ata)

  1. father
    , ? ? ? ?.
    Äsähe ülgäs, atahï öygä ügäy äsä alïp qaytqan.
    When her mother died, her father brought home a stepmother.
    ? ? .
    Bar qo?tar?a ba? bul?an Samraw atlï atam bar.
    I have my father with the name of Samraw, who is the master of all birds.

Adjective

o (ata)

  1. (animals) male

Derived terms

  • - (ata-äsä, "parent(s)")

Karachay-Balkar

Noun

o (ata)

  1. father

Kazakh

Cyrillic (ata)
Arabic

Noun

o (ata)

  1. grandfather

Kumyk

Noun

o (ata)

  1. father

Declension

Singular Plural
nominative (ata) (atalar)
accusative (atan?) ? (atalan?)
dative (ata?a) (atala?a)
locative (atada) (atalarda)
ablative (atadan) (atalardan)
genitive (atan?) ? (atalan?)

Kyrgyz

Noun

o (ata)

  1. father

Russian

Pronunciation

Noun

? o (átam inan

  1. genitive singular of (at)
  2. (engineering) Abbreviation of ? (atmosféra absoljútnaja).

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