How to say goat in Turkish: keçi eti


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How to say goat in Turkish: keçi eti

Learning Turkish for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say goat in Turkish: keçi eti
Say it out loud: “kech ee eh tay

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Some more helpful words in our Turkish Meats category:

beef – siğir eti  (seer' eh tay)
chicken – tavuk eti  (tau ook eh tay)
duck – ördek  (ur' dek)
goat – keçi eti  (kech ee eh tay)
ham – jambon  (jhahm bone)
lamb – kuzu eti  (koo zoo eh tay)
mutton – koyun eti  (koy yun eh tay)
pork – domuz eti  (doe muz eh tay)
rabbit – tavşan eti  (tov shawn eh tay)
steak – biftek  (beef tek)
veal – dana eti  (dah nuh eh tay)
venison – geyik eti  (gyake eh tay)

And here’s how to say goat in other languages!

Arabic–ma'ez  (ma hez)
Chinese–Shānyáng Ròu  (Shan Yang Row)
Croatian–kozje  (koe zyay)
Czech–koza  (koe zah)
Finnish–vuohi  (voo ohh ih)
French–chèvre  (shev)
German–ziege  (zee guh)
Italian–capra  (kah pruh)
Japanese–Yagi  (Yah Gee)
Korean–Yeomso  (Yum So)
Polish–koza  (ko' za)
Portuguese–Cabra  (kah brah)
Russian–kozlyatina  (kah zlya tee nah)
Spanish–cabra  (kah bruh)
Swahili–mbuzi  (mm boo zee)
Thai–Nuea Phae  (noo-ah peh)
Turkish–keçi eti  (kech ee eh tay)
Vietnamese–Dê  (Yeh)

A "goat" (keçi eti) like other domestic animals has a lot to offer and in some native lands these animals are used for many purposes for example some communities have "goat" (keçi eti) races, "goat" (keçi eti) fighting matches. Other purposes are for food, goats provide a good source of food and milk while their skin is used for making clothes and accessories. So next time you're in a native land make a point of sampling "goat" (keçi eti) food, "goat" (keçi eti) skin wares and participating in "goat" (keçi eti) games. Get instant access to the Turkish Language Set.

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