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S; its various usages are analysed in Kaf. I 505 ; 5 10-1 1. -mak/-rnek forms Conc. g. kogiizmek, but the connection W. the basic N. is sometimes tenuous; very rare, but common as a Dev. Suff. g. kara:muk, so1a:muk; very rare. ) in baka:iiak 'the frog in a horse's hoof'. -rak/-rek forms Comparative Adjs. ; common. g. boyunduruk 'yoke'; rather rare; also a Dev. Suff. -sa:k/-se:k properly Dev. /A. fr. a Den. V. in -sa:-1-se:- but the V. g. tavarsa:k, less rare attached to Dev. g. I zq; 11 P 55-6.
K r m ; (2) S W language, para. 6 1 . Kuanfi h Pusar, para. 21 (3) ( C ) . Kurnyk, N W language, para. 61. Kumandu, N E dialect, para. 57. Kiierik, N E dialect, para. 57. Kazax, NC language, para. 59. -W. Leb. Leh. Ligeti lit. LOC. Code letter, para. 15. loan-word. Lebed, N E dialect, para. 57. Lelzce-i Osmaniye, para. 62. Prof. L. Ligeti, para. 27. literal, literally. Locative case. , MSS. Mal. Man. -uig. Frag. Mel. metaph. Mon. Mon. V. Mong. Muh. Code letter, para. 1 5 . , para. 20 (2) (b). Makhmudov and Musabaev, para.
A: (sic) 'vocative' (bar/-i nida) San. 27v. I (quotn. including a: yigit 'oh youth'; also described as an abbreviation of a n in such words as a l a r for anlar): Kom. XIV e 'vocative exclamation' CCG; Gr. g. a kiqi (for ki$i) 'oh man' Tuh. 60b. 2(also S&. 3 ; 85h. g. a A l t u n b u g a Kau. 52, I I. b. Tiirkii vrrr ~ d a :tavda: k a l m ~ g l : those of them who remained in the bush and stony desert' T q ; a t i & tka: bayu:r e r t i m i z 'we tied the horces to hushes' T 27: Uyg. vrlr ~ d a k: a v u ~ a l l m'let us assemble in the bush' $U.