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Bosnian

Etymology

From Turkish derviş < Persian درویش.

Noun

derviš m. sg. (pl.: derviši)

  1. Dervish

Croatian

Etymology

From Turkish derviş < Persian درویش.

Noun

dèrvīš m.

  1. Dervish
  2. (regional, Template loop detected: Template:context 1) a pious person living in modesty and solitude

Declension


Serbian

Etymology

From Turkish derviş < Persian درویش.

Noun

derviš m. sg. (pl.: derviši)

  1. Dervish

Cyrillic spelling


Slovak

Etymology

From Turkish derviş < Persian درویش.

Noun

derviš m., derviši pl.
derviš stem
derviša gen sg
(declension pattern): chlap
  1. dervish

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