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Re: Anatomi Kurdi

PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 11:44 am
Author: alan131210
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 .

Re: Anatomi Kurdi

PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2012 9:03 pm
Author: Ram
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.

complex.


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.

Re: Anatomi Kurdi

PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2012 9:51 am
Author: unitedkurdistan
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.