шкура

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Cognate to Proto-Germanic *skraha or Proto-Germanic *skraho (dry animal skin), which is the root of Old Norse skrá, whence Norwegian skrå (piece of skin, leather or parchment) and Icelandic skrá (list, register, file). The Germanic word is also the root of Finnish raha (money).

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шку́ра (škúraf inan

  1. pelt, coat
  2. (derogatory) bastard, scum

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