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Explanation: "Husmasd" has no meaning in Turkish. It may be a proper name, but I have never heard of a village in Turkey with that name. It is possibly a fictive name.
Umit Altug Local time: 21:30 Native speaker of: Turkish PRO pts in pair: 140
Graded automatically based on peer agreement. KudoZ.
4 days confidence: peer agreement (net): +1
Explanation: Since it is the name of a village, it has to stay as it is, of course, but with iniital capital letter. But if you are wondering what the etymological origin of that word might be, hmm... maybe it is some sort of misspelled "Hoşmasa",
meaning "nice table".
Ömer Maraş Turkey Local time: 21:30 Native speaker of: Turkish