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How Do You Spell TURK?

Correct spelling for the English word "turk" is [t_ˈɜː_k], [tˈɜːk], [tˈɜːk]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of TURK

  1. turk, n. a native of Turkey, an Ottoman--more widely, a member of a race formerly classed among the 'Turanian' peoples, now more usual to say, of the Mongolo-Tartar ethnological group, and speaking languages of the Ural-Altaic family: a savage fellow: a Mohammedan: a Turkish horse: the plum-weevil or curculio.--ns. TURK'EY-CAR'PET, a soft thick kind of carpet; TURK'EY-HONE, -STONE, a kind of oilstone brought from Turkey, and used for hones; TURK'EY-MER'CHANT, one whose trade is with Turkey or the Turkish East; TURK'EY-RED, a fine durable red dye, obtained from madder, but now mostly prepared chemically, first produced in Turkey; TURK'EY-STONE, the turquoise.--adj. TURK'ISH, pertaining to the Turks or to Turkey.--n. the language of the Turks.--ns. TURK'ISH-BATH, a kind of hot-air bath in which the patient, after being sweated, is rubbed down, and conducted through a series of cooling-chambers until he regains his normal temperature; TURK'S'-HEAD, a kind of knot: a long broom with spherical head: a kind of cooking-pan, having a tin core in the centre.--TURN TURK, to become a Mohammedan: to go to the bad: to become hopelessly obstinate.

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Usage Examples for TURK

  1. Old Turk he is, I s'pose. - "Command" by William McFee
  2. The fellow is a Turk, I suppose." - "Round the Red Lamp Being Facts and Fancies of Medical Life" by Arthur Conan Doyle
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