обет

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Etymology[edit]

From об- (ob-) + Old Russian and Old Church Slavonic вѣтъ (větŭ, agreement), from Proto-Slavic *větъ (council, talk). Related words include навет (navet), извет (izvet), ответ (otvet), привет (privet), совет (sovet), вече (veče), отвечать (otvečatʹ), ответить (otvetitʹ), завещать (zaveščatʹ), and совещаться (soveščatʹsja). Probably cognate with Polish witać (to welcome).

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Noun[edit]

обе́т (obétm inan

  1. vow, promise
  2. pledge

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