Poetry Reading by hülya n. yılmaz of her new book "This and That" plus the reading was kicked off by one of Hulya's poems put to music by Jason Adams.
Barış in Turkish (Peace in Turkey)
"Barış" (peace), "Baris" (pronounced Barish), Esenlik (peace), "Huzur" (serenity, tranquility, quiet, harmony), "Sulh" (peace), "Rahat" (comfortable), "Sükunet" (tranquility), "Sükûn" (peace), "Asayiş" (peace, public order, quiet, rest, public security, safety), "Iji" (good) or "Sessizlikor" (silence) in Turkish (tur) or Türkçe spoken in Turkey, Cyprus, and Greece. There are 70.9 million Turkish speakers mostly in Turkey with smaller populations found in Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Cyprus, and Kazakhstan.
Turkish words in English date back to the 16th century, with "vizier" (1562), "tulip" (1578) and "caftan" (1591) being among the earliest to arrive.
Languages of Turkey include Turkish (official), Kurdish, Dimli, Azeri, and Kabardian as well as Arabic, Armenian, and Greek.
"Barış" - the "I" is pronounced as a cross between an English e and an i. The "ş" is pronounced like “sh.”
Turkish (tur) or Türkçe—"Barış" (peace), "Baris" (pronounced Barish), Esenlik (peace), "Huzur" (serenity, tranquility, quiet, harmony), "Sulh" (peace), "Rahat" (comfortable), "Sükunet" (tranquility), "Sükûn" (peace), "Asayiş" (peace, public order, quiet, rest, public security, safety), "Iji" (good) or "Sessizlikor" (silence) —Turkey, Cyprus, and Greece.
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