bumpkin

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Englisch - Türkisch
düdük makarnası
hırbo
şaban
balta
hafız
angut
taşralı
andavallı
kıro
hödük
budala kimse
ahmak kimse
{i} dangalak
kuntra mataforası
bumba
seren
{i} ahmak

Küçük ahmak büyük bir kabak aldı. - The little bumpkin bought a big pumpkin.

denyo
ayran ağızlı
country bumpkin
hödük
country bumpkin
ahmak
country bumpkin
saf
country bumpkin
salak
Englisch - Englisch
a clumsy, unsophisticated person; a yokel
a short boom or spar used to extend a sail or secure a stay
{n} a very aukward person, clown, lout
An awkward, heavy country fellow; a clown; a country lout
a clumsy unsophisticated person; a yokel
{i} peasant, yokel, awkward and unsophisticated person; beam that projects outward from a ship (used to attach sails, wooden planks, etc.)
disapproval If you refer to someone as a bumpkin, you think they are uneducated and stupid because they come from the countryside. unsophisticated country bumpkins. = yokel. someone from the countryside who is considered to be stupid
not very intelligent or interested in culture
bumkin
a short outrigger projecting from the side of the aft part of a square-rigged sailing ship, used as an attachment point for a rope (brace) used to set a yard-arm at different angles to a mast so to allow the ship to sail at different angles to the wind
country bumpkin
An unsophisticated person from the rural area of a particular country
Country bumpkin
(deyim) Someone who is considered to be stupid because they are from an area outside towns and cities
bumkin
(b) One from each quarter, for the main-brace blocks, and called brace bumpkin
bumkin
(c) A small outrigger over the stern of a boat, to extend the mizzen
bumkin
A projecting beam or boom; as: (a) One projecting from each bow of a vessel, to haul the fore tack to, called a tack bumpkin
bumkin
{i} beam that projects outward from a ship (used to attach sails, wooden planks, etc.), bumpkin
bumpkins
plural of bumpkin
country bumpkin
someone who is considered to be stupid because they are from an area outside towns and cities = yokel
bumpkin

    Silbentrennung

    bump·kin

    Türkische aussprache

    bʌmpkîn

    Aussprache

    /ˈbəmpkən/ /ˈbʌmpkɪn/

    Etymologie

    [ 'b&m(p)-k&n ] (noun.) 1570. From either Flemish boomken, "shrub, little tree", diminutive of boom, "tree" (compare German Baum, Proto-Indo-European *bheu-) or from Middle Dutch bommekijn, "little tree", diminutive of bomme, "tree , barrel". Both can be compared to German Baumke or Bäumchen , meaning the same as the other two (German -ke, -chen, Flemish -ken). Note that the English word boom is etymologically related to the aforementioned "Baum", "boom", and "bomme" in the sense of "large stem", or "big tree".

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