Турецкое произношение pîngk
, good health
Этимология [ pi[ng]k ] (noun.) 15th century. 1733, pink (“pale rose colour”); 1681, pink-coloured. 1570, pink, pinck, common name for the garden plant Dianthus. Precise origin uncertain; perhaps from the notion of the petals being pinked ("pricked") or jagged, from Middle English pinken (“to make figures”), or shortened from pink-eye, from Middle Dutch pinck oogen (“small or half-closed eyes”) (compare also French œillet), from Middle Dutch pincken (“to shut the eyes, twinkle, wink”).