душа

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Belarusian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old East Slavic доуша (duša, soul), Proto-Slavic *duša.

Noun[edit]

душа (dušáf inanimate

  1. soul, spirit

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Macedonian[edit]

Noun[edit]

душа (dušaf

  1. soul
  2. (in the vocative) honey, sweetie, darling, dearie

Russian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old East Slavic доуша (duša, soul), Proto-Slavic *duša

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

душа́ (dušáf inan (genitive души́, nominative plural ду́ши)

  1. soul
    от души́ot duší — from the heart
    душа нараспа́шкуduša naraspášku — frank-hearted, heart on one's sleeve
    в глубине́ души́v glubiné duší — deep in one's heart
    брать за́ душуbratʹ zá dušu — touch the heart
    душа в ду́шуduša v dúšu — in perfect harmony/concord
    душа́ не на ме́стеdušá ne na méste — anxious, worried
    не по душе́ne po dušé — displeases
    по душе́po dušé — pleasant
    криви́ть душо́йkrivítʹ dušój — to equivocate, prevaricate, bend the truth
    стоя́ть над душо́йstojátʹ nad dušój — to pester/harass/plague smb.
    душа́ в пя́тки ушла́dušá v pjátki ušlá — to have one's heart in one's mouth
    залеза́ть в ду́шу кому́-либоzalezátʹ v dúšu komú-libo — to worm oneself into smb.'s confidence
    души́ не ча́ятьduší ne čájatʹ — to worship, to dote
    ско́лько душе́ уго́дноskólʹko dušé ugódno — to one's heart's content
    с душо́йs dušój — with spirit/feeling/zeal
    плева́ть в ду́шуplevátʹ v dúšu — to trample on smb.'s feelings
    береди́ть душуberedítʹ dušu — to stir up old feelings
    изли́ть ду́шуizlítʹ dúšu — to pour one's heart out
  2. spirit
  3. darling
    душа́ моя́!dušá mojá! — my dear!

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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *duša.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /dǔːʃa/
  • Hyphenation: ду‧ша

Noun[edit]

ду́ша f (Latin spelling dúša)

  1. soul
  2. spirit

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Ukrainian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old East Slavic доуша (duša, soul), Proto-Slavic *duša.

Noun[edit]

душа́ (dušáf inan (genitive душі́, nominative plural душі́)

  1. soul, spirit

Declension[edit]