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Dictionary of Turkish-English proverbial idioms

Kerest Haig

Dictionary of Turkish-English proverbial idioms

with interpretations and translations. (Türkçe-Inglizce ṣiyve misalleri gösteren sözlük). A collection of 2250 proverbs, sayings and idiomatic expressions peculiar to the Turkish language.

by Kerest Haig

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Published by Philo Press in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Turkish language -- Idioms -- Dictionaries -- English.,
  • Proverbs, Turkish.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTürkçe-Inglizce ṣiyve misalleri gösteren sözlük.
    StatementWith an alphabetical index of interpretations and a preface by Malcolm Burr.
    ContributionsBurr, Malcolm, 1878-1954.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN6505.T8 H3 1969
    The Physical Object
    Pagination233 p.
    Number of Pages233
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4666531M
    LC Control Number77557035

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    Mineke Schipper - Never Marry a Woman with Big Feet- Women in Proverbs from around the World ( Amsterdam University Press). In the year , Mr. Quaritch, of 15, Piccadilly, London, engaged me to prepare a dictionary of the two languages, English and Ottoman Turkish, in two parts, English-Turkish and Turkish-English, the Turkish to be shown in its native characters, with a transliteration explaining the pronunciation in English letters.5/5(3).

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For Turkish, the following works have been consulted: New Redhouse Turkish-English dictionary (Istanbul, ); J.W. Redhouse, A Turkish and English lexicon (new impression, Constantinople, ); H. Kahane et al.,5/5(2).Download this book: [ASCII | PDF] Look for this book on Amazon.

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