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чепсеглээри

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[čepsegleeri] a. armed

чепсеглээри, чепсеглээшкин, чепсегленири, чепсеглениишкин

[čepsegleeri, čepsegleeškin, čepsegleniri, čepsegleniiškin] a. armed

чепсеглээшкин

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[čepsegleeškin] a. armed

чепсек

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[čepsek] n. weapon

чер

[čer] n. earth (place, ground))

чер

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[čer] n. earth

чер

[čer] n. place

чер (агаар, суг) хирленири, бокталыры

[čer (agaar, sug) khirleniri, boktalyry] n. pollution

чер адаа

noun phrase under world / hell (literally bottom of the world)

чер аксы

noun phrase cave (literally mouth of the earth)

чер болганда

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[čer bolganda] a. everywhere

чер бурт дээр

noun phrase ending of life (literally earth instantly disappears)

чер бүрүде

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[čer bürüde] a. everywhere

чер хөлезени

noun phrase ritual of ’renting the land" (for burials)

чер шимчээшкини

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[čer šimčeeškini] n. earthquake

чер ээзи

[čer eezi] n. spirit, local

чер ээзи

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[čer eezi] n. local spirit

чер-делегей

noun phrase collective name of the middle world

чер-суг ээлери

noun phrase spirits-masters of earth and water

чер-черде

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[čer-čerde] a. everywhere

чер-ээзи

noun phrase master of the land

черле

[čerle] adv. constantly

черле

[čerle] adv. still

черле

[čerle] adv. usually

черле

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[čerle] a. never

черле

[čerle] adv. usually, always, constantly, now

черле

[čerle] adv. always

черлик

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[čerlik] a. wild

черлик кас

черлик кас

noun phrase greylag goose

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черниң көстүр хевири, пейзаж (Р)

[černiŋ köstür kheviri, pejzaž (r)] n. landscape

чес

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[čes] n. copper

чес мыйыс

noun phrase accessory of shaman hat (literally copper horn)

чес, хола

[čes, khola] n. copper

ческинери

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[českineri] n. disgust

чеснок

[česnok] n. garlic

чеснок, кош-согуна

[česnok, koš-soguna] n. garlic

честе

noun husband of elder sister

честей

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[čestej] n. elder sister’s husband

честек-кат

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[čestek-kat] n. strawberry

четверг

[četverg] n. Thursday

четверг, дөрт-дугаар хүн

[četverg, dört-dugaar khün] n. Thursday

четкер

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[četker] n. devil, Satan

четкер

[četker] n. demon

четкер

noun surreal creature

четкер / шулбус үстүү

noun phrase the direction of thу evil spirits / devils (unfavorable geographical direction when calculating the element of the birth)

четкер, шулбус

[četker, šulbus] n. demon

четки

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[četki] n. net (fishing)

четки

[četki] n. net

четпестерлиг

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[četpesterlig] a. imperfect, in-complete

четтирдим

[čettirdim] disc. thank you