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SOME TURKISH WORDS THAT ARE IN USE IN SERBIAN LANGUAGE
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20.       gokuyum
5049 posts
 20 Nov 2012 Tue 05:48 pm

It seems we corrupted a few languages too But don´t worry English and French took your revenge

21.       nemanjasrb
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 23 Nov 2012 Fri 04:49 pm

We also use word yok(jok(јок) ,but the meaning is not the same like in Turkish. Jok means like ironically No. Maybe just like ´Yes,right´´.  

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22.       tunci
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 23 Nov 2012 Fri 05:44 pm

 

Quoting nemanjasrb

We also use word yok(jok(јок) ,but the meaning is not the same like in Turkish. Jok means like ironically No. Maybe just like ´Yes,right´´.  

 

Nemanje, is the phrase " ma jok " means "not at all " ?

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23.       tunci
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 23 Nov 2012 Fri 06:24 pm

 

Some Turkish suffixes that are [was] used in Balkanic Languages ;

 

-cı, ci,-cu, cü, -çı,-çi,- çu,-çü 


This suffix can be seen in Albanian, Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian, Macedonian, Bulgarian and Greek.

In Albanian ---> Shakaxhi [Şakacı], İnatçi [inatçı], batakçi [batakçı], sherrxhi [kavgacı]

In Macedonian  ---> ilecija [hileci], kavgacija [kavgacı], abacija [abacı]

In Bosnian - Serbian and Croatian ---> Kečedžija [Keçeci], kundurdžija [kunduracı], mejdanžija [Meydancı]

 

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-lık,- lik, -luk, -lük


In Bosnian - Serbian and Croatian ---> bajramluk [bayramlık], dunjaluk [dünyalık], čizmedžiluk [çizmecilik), čobanluk [çobanlık]

In Albanian ---> baballek [babalık], beqarllek [bekarlık], budalallek [budalalık], pazarllek [pazarlık]

In Macedonian ---> pazarlak [pazarlık], rezilak [rezillik], samanlak [samanlık], terzilak [terzilik] , haremlak [haremlik], fukaralak [fukaralık]

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-lı, -li, -lu, -lü


In Bosnian - Serbian and Croatian ---> Sarajlija [Saraylı-Saraybosnalı], mekteplija [mektepli], yedeklija [yedekli]


In Albanian ---> nazeli [nazlı], sheherli [şehirli], vesveseli, borxli [borçlu]

In Macedonian ---> tatlija [tatlı], sarajlija [saraylı], Şerbetlija [şerbetli]

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-ça,- çe,-ca, ce

In Bosnian - Serbian and Croatian ---> İlidža [Ilıca] daidža [dayı]

In Albanian ---> hajdutçe [haydutluk], Turçe [Türkçe], çobançe [çobanlık]

 

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24.       nemanjasrb
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 25 Nov 2012 Sun 03:58 pm

 

Quoting tunci

 

 

Nemanje, is the phrase " ma jok " means "not at all " ?

 

Evet,doğru,tunce.

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25.       tunci
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 25 Nov 2012 Sun 06:24 pm

 

Interestingly the word we use ´eyvallah´ is very much resembling the phrase "Eh! Hvala " in Bosnian Language which means  Eh! Teşekkür Ederim”. 

But it is just a resemblance which I find it  interesting.

 

In  Turkish we use this phrase as ´thank you ´, "all right" or "bye"


It is an arabic origin word. -----> ´ey + wallah ´ [its  literal meaning in arabic language is "yes, I swear to God " ]

 

 



Edited (11/25/2012) by tunci

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26.       nemanjasrb
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 25 Nov 2012 Sun 06:52 pm

 

Quoting tunci

 

Interestingly the word we use ´eyvallah´ is very much resembling the phrase "Eh! Hvala " in Bosnian Language which means  Eh! Teşekkür Ederim”. 

But it is just a resemblance which I find it  interesting.

 

In  Turkish we use this phrase as ´thank you ´, "all right" or "bye"


It is an arabic origin word. -----> ´ey + wallah ´ [its  literal meaning in arabic language is "yes, I swear to God " ]

 

 


Not just in Bosnian,in Serbian that is the only way to say ´Thank you´

 

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27.       ikicihan
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 25 Nov 2012 Sun 08:39 pm

 

Quoting nemanjasrb

We also use word yok(jok(јок) ,but the meaning is not the same like in Turkish. Jok means like ironically No. Maybe just like ´Yes,right´´.  

 

In my hometown (somewhere in adana), nobody uses "evet" (yes) and "hayır" (no).
Instead of these, everbody uses "hee" and "yok" meaning yes and no.

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28.       tunci
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 25 Nov 2012 Sun 08:59 pm

 

In some Turkish words that are used in Macedonian, we see the consonant dropping.

 

Turkish                     Macedonian

bakkal                           bakal                     ---> "k" dropped

zavallı                           zavalıya                 ----> "l" dropped

dikkat                            dikat                    ----> "k" dropped

muhabbet                       muabet                 ----> "b" dropped

sarraf                             saraf                    ----> "r" dropped

ccar                            tucar                    -----> "c" dropped

rriyet                          huriet                   -----> "r" dropped

nnet                           sunet                    -----> "n" dropped

 

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29.       nemanjasrb
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 26 Nov 2012 Mon 08:31 pm

 

Quoting tunci

 

In some Turkish words that are used in Macedonian, we see the consonant dropping.

 

Turkish                     Macedonian

bakkal                           bakal                     ---> "k" dropped

zavallı                           zavalıya                 ----> "l" dropped

dikkat                            dikat                    ----> "k" dropped

muhabbet                       muabet                 ----> "b" dropped

sarraf                             saraf                    ----> "r" dropped

ccar                            tucar                    -----> "c" dropped

rriyet                          huriet                   -----> "r" dropped

nnet                           sunet                    -----> "n" dropped

 

 

Yes,that´s because in Macedonian,Serbian,Croatin is reading as it written. So double sounds we cannot hear here. 

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