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3 in 1 word of the day: Ayçiçeği

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2 thoughts on “3 in 1 word of the day: Ayçiçeği

    • Me too… I think Turkish is the only language that uses the term “moonflower”. In Romanian is “floarea soarelui” or flower of the sun, similar to the English sunflower… in Italian is girasole=girare (to turn) + sole (sun), in Spanish girasol and Hungarian napraforgo = nap (sun) + forogni (to turn) just like in Italian… So it’s a little bit confusing why they use “moon” instead of “sun”…

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