армия

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а́рмия (ármijaf (related adjective арме́йски)

  1. army (large, highly organised military force concerned mainly with ground operations)
  2. army, armed forces (the complete military organization of a nation for land warfare)
    Synonym: въоръжени сили (vǎorǎženi sili)
  3. army (a large group of people or animals working toward the same purpose)
  4. multitude, army, host, crowd, mass
    Synonyms: множество (množestvo), тълпа (tǎlpa), маса (masa)

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Kazakh[edit]

Cyrillic армия (armïya)
Arabic ارميا
Latin {{{3}}}

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Russian а́рмия (ármija), from French armée (army; armed forces) or via German Armee (army).

Noun[edit]

армия (armïya)

  1. army, armed forces (the complete military organization of a nation, including land, sea and air forces)
  2. army (specifically the land-based forces of a nation's military)
  3. army, field army (a large military formation subdivided into several corps, divisions, or brigades)

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Russian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From earlier армѣя (arměja)/армея (armeja), directly from French armée (army; armed forces) or via German Armee (army).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈarmʲɪjə]
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Noun[edit]

а́рмия (ármijaf inan (genitive а́рмии, nominative plural а́рмии, genitive plural а́рмий, related adjective арме́йский)

  1. army, armed forces (the complete military organization of a nation, including land, sea and air forces)
  2. army (specifically the land-based forces of a nation's military)
  3. army, field army (a large military formation subdivided into several corps, divisions, or brigades)

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Descendants[edit]

  • Bezhta: армия (armiya)
  • Ingrian: armia
  • Uzbek: armiya
  • Romanian: armie
  • Yakut: аармыйа (aarmıya)

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