XAK

AcronymDefinition
XAKXrhmatisthrioy Ajiwn Kyproy
XAKXylazine-Acepromazine-Ketamine (anesthesia)
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Luckily - for me - Anthony and Xak chose that moment to come back into the room and scared whatever it was away.
John and Paul Quirke, Katie Griffiths, Anthony Kerrigan, Pontas Glad and psychic Xak Arooo hunting ghosts with journalist Naomi McElroy Seance...
kulke 'laughter' (UTIL 4: 707-708) < T kulgu (Clauson 1972: 718); Uzb kulgi (OTIL 1: 404), Kaz kulki (Bektaev 2001: 257), Krg kulku (Judaxin 1965: 463), Xak kulki (Baskakov and Inkizekova-Grekul 1953: 96), Ili Salar kulgu (Yakup 2002: 137).
Umlaut has also occurred in Tuv osku (Tenisev 1968: 342) and Xak oski (Baska kov and Inkizekova-Grekul 1953: 137).
Cognates are Krg jazi 'broad, wide' (Judaxin 1965: 212) and Xak cazi 'field, steppe' (Baskakov and Inkizekova-Grekul 1953: 306).
Xak and Tuv caa 'war' (Baskakov and Inkizekova-Grekul 1953: 304; Tenisev 1968: 503) are contracted from yayi: Uzbek has the Kipchak form yaw 'enemy, desaster' (OTIL 1: 252), which is also found in Alt juu 'war, battle' (Baskakov and Toscakova 1947: 58), Tat yaw 'foe' (TatRS 719), Kaz zaw 'foe' (Bektaev 2001: 189), Krc jaw 'foe' (Tenisev and Sujuncev 1989: 235-236) and Krg joo 'foe' (Judaxin 1965: 260).