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the unusual derivative suffixes - 3

kara (1the land, 2dark (close to black))

kara+r+mak

kararmak (1to get dark, 2to turn black)

 

Eve hava kararmadan varmam gerek. (I need to arrive home before it gets dark.)

 

sar覺 (yellow)

sar覺+ar+mak------->sar覺+ar+mak

sararmak (to turn yellow)

 

Odan覺n içinde çok sigara içiyorsun, perdeler sararmaya balad覺. (You are smoking inside the room too much, the curtains has started to turn yellow.)

 

yeil (green)

yeil+er+mek------>yeil+er+mek

yeermek (to turn green, to become green)

 

Kitab覺n giri cümlesi uydu: Bahar gelince ortal覺k yeerir, ama bu bahar burada öyle olmad覺. (The entrance sentence of the book was this: Surroundings turn green when it is the Spring, but it didn´t happen like that here in this spring.)

 

mor (purple)

mor+ar+mak

morarmak (to become/turn purple)

 

Çok sert vurduun için kolum morard覺. (My arm turned purple because you hit so hard.)

 

k覺rm覺z覺 (red)

k覺z覺l (dark red)

k覺z覺l+ar+mak----->k覺z覺l+ar+mak

k覺zarmak (1to turn red, to redden, 2to be fried, to toast (intransitive))

 

ya (wet)

ya+ar+mak

yaarmak (to become wet)

 

ba (1the head, 2the leader, 3main, essential)

ba+ar+mak

baarmak (to succeed)

 

deli (crazy, mad)

deli+r+mek

delirmek (to get mad, to crazy)

 

ak (white or close to white)

ak+ar+mak

aarmak (1to become lighter, 2to become/turn white)

 

Saçlar覺m aarmaya balad覺. (My hairs have started to turn white.)

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göz (the eye)

göz+(i)k+mek

gözükmek (to seem (synonym: görünmek))

 

(hungry)

aç+(覺)k+mak

ac覺kmak (to get hungry, to be hungry, to feel hungry)

 

geç (late)

geç+(i)k+mek

gecikmek (to be late)

 

bir (1one, ....)

bir+(i)k+mek

birikmek (to accumulate (intransitive))


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