Adverbs and Structural Words - Kurdish Grammar - Kurdische Grammatik

  

Adverbs and Structural Words

Kurdish

English

behvan

so, like that

çend

some, several

çend ji wan

some of them

din

others

yê din

the other one

Tiştekî din e.

That’s another thing.

eyn

self, other

eynê ev

himself

filan, filankes

such a

Filanî got ku ...

Such a (person) has said that ...

gelek

many

giş, gî, gişk

all, whole - used as a pronoun!

Ev gişkî dizane.

I know everything.

hemî, hemû

all, whole - used as a demonstrative pronoun and an adjective!

her

every

herçi, heçi

all, that

Heçi min hebû, min daê.

All I had I gave him.

herkes

every; all, who

hertişt

everything

Hertişte wê bedew bû.

All about her is beautiful.

heryek

every

hin

some

hin caran

sometimes

hiç

nothing

kes, kesek

someone

(Rectus)

someone (subject case)

(Obliquus)

someone (object case)

tiştek

something, nothing + neg.

Tiştek heye.

There is something.

mirov

you (impersonal)

tu

you, someone

Tu ne hat.

You did not come.

Min tu ne dît.

I have not seen anyone.

Ez tu nizanim.

I do not know anything.

Tiwan ne xwar.

Nobody has eaten (yet).

Tiyên wan.

One of them.

tukes

nobody

Ez tukesî nas nakim.

I do not know anyone.

tutişt

nothing

Ez tutişt jê re nadim.

I will not give him anything.

xelk

you / they (impersonal)

Xelk jê hej nakin.

They (impersonal) do not love him.

yek

someone

wek

self, other

wek te

like you

wek hev

similar

 

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