- the Turkic language of Turkey. Abbreviation: Turk
- (loosely) Turkic.
Origin of Turkish
Examples from the Web for turkish
Contemporary Examples of turkish
I had a feeling that Turkish authorities were closing their eyes.
The first thing they told us was that the traffickers are now using Turkish ports, which are relatively easy to reach from Syria.
Fortunately, another group is leaning in: Turkish women business leaders.
The project tries to help young Turkish women raised in orphanages to start their own businesses.
Add on some lucrative sponsorship deals with Pepsi, Adidas, and Turkish Airlines, and he takes home about $65 million a year.Is Soccer Great Lionel Messi Corrupt?
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Historical Examples of turkish
The beauty of the Turkish women is still a matter of dispute.
In January, 1876, the Herzegovinians gained a victory over the Turkish troops.
The scene of Turkish cruelty was now transferred to the isle of Crete.
The Turkish Umpire stronger than at any time since the Crimean war.
Just you go home, and take a Turkish bath, And I will cure this lady of her wrath.
- of, relating to, or characteristic of Turkey, its people, or their language
- the official language of Turkey, belonging to the Turkic branch of the Altaic familySee also Osmanli