1) kalin; 2) kalinidan, kalin kardan
Fr.: 1) épave; 2) provoquer le naufrage de, faire dérailler, détruire, démolir
1a) Any building, structure, or thing reduced to a state of ruin.
M.E. wrek, from Anglo-Norman wrek, from a Scandinavian source (Norwegian and Icelandic rek, Swedish vrak), from Proto-Germanic *wrekanan; cognate with E. wreak and wrack.
Kalin "wreck" has several variants in Iranian/Persian languages/dialects: (Lori) kalli, (Laki) kall "broken, damaged, wrecked;" (Malâyeri) kall "broken, damaged," as in kuze-ye kall "damaged gugglet;" (Sâve-yi) kolul "damaged gugglet;" (Fin-e Bandar Abbas) cul "ruin;" (Xârestâni) kaleng "ruin, desolation;" (Dari-ye Yazd) xelak "ruin, wreck;" (Ossetic) xalyn, ixalun "to ruin, spoil."
1) kalineš; 2) kaline, kalin-pâre
1) Act of wrecking; state of being wrecked.
→ wreck + suffix -age forming mass and abstract nouns.
1) One that searches for or works on the wrecks of ships (as for rescue or