таман

From Proto-Tungusic *tami (to pay).

Even

Etymology

Noun

таман (taman)

  1. price

Evenki

Noun

таман (taman)

  1. price

Kazakh

Cyrillic таман (taman)
Arabic تامان
Latin

Postposition

таман (taman)

  1. around, about, near

Kyrgyz

Noun

таман (taman) (definite {{{1}}}, plural {{{2}}})

  1. paw

Macedonian

Etymology

From Ottoman Turkish تمام‎.

Pronunciation

Adjective

таман (taman) (comparative потаман, superlative најтаман) (indeclinable)

  1. just right, suitable, agreeable

Adverb

таман (taman) (comparative потаман, superlative најтаман)

  1. in a way that's just right

Conjunction

таман (taman)

  1. just as (X was about to)

Nanai

Etymology

From Proto-Tungusic *tama-.

Noun

таман (taman)

  1. price

Serbo-Croatian

Etymology 1

From Proto-Slavic *tьmьnъ. Synchronically from та́ма (darkness).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /tǎːman/
  • Hyphenation: та‧ман

Adjective

та́ма̄н (definite та̑мнӣ, comparative тамнији, Latin spelling támān)

  1. dark, gloomy, dim
Declension
Related terms

Etymology 2

From Ottoman Turkish تمام(tamam), from Arabic تَمَام(tamām).

Alternative forms

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /tǎmaːn/
  • Hyphenation: та‧ман

Adverb

та̀ма̄н (Latin spelling tàmān)

  1. just
    Taman sam to hteo da kažem/Taman sam to htio reći. - I just wanted to say that! (meaning right now, at this time, not 'just' as in only)
Synonyms

Southern Altai

Etymology

From Proto-Turkic *tāpan (foot, sole).

Compare with Kazakh табан (taban, foot, sole), Kyrgyz таман (taman, foot, sole), Tatar табан (taban), Tuvan таваңгай (tavañgay, sole), Uzbek tovon (heel), Turkish taban (sole of foot), etc.

Noun

таман (taman)

  1. foot, sole

References

N. A. Baskakov, Toščakova N.A, editor (1947), “таман”, in Ojrotsko-Russkij Slovarʹ, M.: OGIZ, →ISBN

V. verbickij, editor (1884), “таман”, in Slovarʹ Altajskago i Aladagskago narečij tjurkskago jazyka, →ISBN