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Re: Anatomi Kurdi

PostAuthor: alan131210 » Fri Jun 15, 2012 11:44 am

kurd-sthanam wrote:Kurmancî: Zik (stomach), kîskê zirav (gall bladder) (source ferheng.org, we use zafran for gall bladder)


we say zik , sik or wirig in every day speaking but "gede" is the biological name and its referring to the actual stomach inside :D .
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Re: Anatomi Kurdi

PostAuthor: Ram » Sat Sep 15, 2012 9:03 pm

talsor wrote:
kurd-sthanam wrote:We use cîger or pişk for lungs and kezew for liver.

liver in kurmanci ferheng is Kezeb. and cigera spî is stayed as lungs and cigera reş as livers.

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You have it in reverse heval Kurd-sthanam . Kezeb is lung and Ciger or ceger is liver . My mother said that and do not even think about objecting :-D


In my family's Persian dialect from South Iran "jiger" means liver. But I've heard that some Persians use it for heart.

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PostAuthor: unitedkurdistan » Sun Sep 16, 2012 9:51 am

Ram wrote:


In my family's Persian dialect from South Iran "jiger" means liver. But I've heard that some Persians use it for heart.


C in kurdish is equal to J, so it is also jiger in kurdish.
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