There is a song from Spain sung in Ladino which contains a word, "biliuzar," and the notes to the song claim that this is a Turkish word meaning "beautiful" or "handsome." The notes also say that in this case it refers to a young man. Is there any word similar to this in Turkish, with this sort of meaning?
When I first heard the song, at first I assumed that "biliuzar" was a type of tree, based on the context (below). So is there any word like "biliuzar" or "biliyuzar" in Turkish... meaning "beautiful," "handsome" or "young man" (or even some type of tree)? I can't find anything like it in dictionaries. (Presumably the spelling has been altered, and probably the pronunciation as well; at this point I'm just wondering if the notes about it being from a Turkish word are even correct.)
Teşekkürler!En el djardín de la reyna
Ha kresido un biliuzar.
La raís tiene de oro
La simiente de kristal.
(In the queen's garden
" has grown.
The roots have gold/are golden,
The seeds are of crystal.)Video of the song ("biliuzar" at 1:59)