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Scripts Անկարա(Armenian) Анкара(Belarusian, Bulgarian, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Macedonian, Mongolian Cyrillic, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian) אנקרה(Hebrew) ანკარა(Georgian) अंकारा(Hindi) アンカラ(Japanese Katakana) انكارا(Kazakh Arabic) آنکارا(Persian)
Pronounced Pron. AHN-kah-rah(Turkish) ahng-kah-RAH(Armenian) ung-KA-rə(Bulgarian) ANG-ka-ra(Czech, German, Italian, Macedonian) ANG-kə-rə(English) AHNG-kah-rah(Finnish, Swedish) AHN-KA-RA(French) ANG-KA-RA(Japanese) awn-kaw-RAW(Persian) an-KA-ra(Polish, Romanian) un-ku-RA(Russian) ang-KA-ra(Spanish) [key·IPA]
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Meaning & History
Derived from Ancient Greek ἄγκυρα (ánkura) meaning "anchor, hook". This is the name of the capital city of Turkey.