What does Kurdish mean?

Definitions for Kurdish
ˈkɜr dɪʃ, ˈkʊər-kur·dish

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Kurdishadjective

    an Iranian language spoken in Turkey and Iran and Iraq and Syria and Russia

  2. Kurdishadjective

    of or relating to Kurdistan or the Kurds or their language and culture

    "Kurdish Moslems"

Wiktionary

  1. Kurdishadjective

    Of, from, or pertaining to Kurdistan, the Kurdish people or the Kurdish language

  2. Kurdishnoun

    Language of Kurdistan (In the Mesopotamia region, from the Zagros of mid-western Iran to the eastern extension of the chain of the Taurus Mountains).

ChatGPT

  1. kurdish

    Kurdish refers to anything that is related to the Kurdish people, their language, culture, or history. The Kurds are an ethnic group native to a region known as Kurdistan, which spans across parts of Turkey, Iran, Iraq, and Syria. Kurdish can also refer to their language, which belongs to the Indo-European family and is divided into two primary dialects, Kurmanji and Sorani, each with several sub-dialects.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Kurdishadjective

    of or pertaining to the Kurds

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Kurdish in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Kurdish in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of Kurdish in a Sentence

  1. Ekrem Baran:

    We're celebrating now but we've suffered thousands of martyrs, massacres, mystery killings, destroyed villages, we support the peace process and expect the Kurdish people to bring peace. They are the hope of the Middle East.

  2. Eliot Engel:

    There's a reason the Obama administration and The Trump administration, at least before this point, never made such audacious legal claims. The assertion that Congress has authorized the executive branch to use force against Iran is unsound. A bipartisan majority of both houses of Congress have rejected that view in just the past few weeks through congressional findings, the administration's position is dangerous. It holds Iran directly responsible for abuses committed by armed groups under a new-fangled theory that United States would not want to see applied to our support for armed forces including the Saudi bombing campaign in Yemen and the Syrian Kurdish forces' treatment of detainees.

  3. Army Brigadier General Ernie Audino:

    The Turks fear the development of such a contiguous Kurdish-controlled region (in Syria) perhaps more than anything else … the Kurds now control territory that stretches from the Iraqi border in the East, through Qamishli to Kobani and to within 90 kilometers [55 miles] of Aleppo.

  4. Mark Esper:

    We are not abandoning our Kurdish partner forces and Defense Mark Esper troops remain with them in other parts of Syria, we remain in close coordination with the Syrian Democratic Forces who helped us destroy the physical caliphate of ISIS, but I will not place American service members in the middle of a longstanding conflict between the Turks and the Syrian Kurds, this is not why we are in Syria.

  5. Cemil Bayik:

    They (the West) don't want to be in conflict with Turkey or the Kurds, so they are somehow balancing, but that is not right, if the Kurdish question (in Turkey) is not resolved, the problem of Daesh will not be resolved.

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