батько

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Etymology[edit]

From ба́тя (bátja) +‎ -ко (-ko); originally a diminutive. Cognates include Ukrainian ба́тько (bátʹko), Belarusian ба́цька (bácʹka). This spelling is probably influenced by Ukrainian.

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Noun[edit]

ба́тько or батько́ (bátʹko or batʹkóm anim (genitive ба́тька or батька́, nominative plural ба́тьки or батьки́, genitive plural ба́тек or батько́в)

  1. (dated or colloquial or regional or Ukraine) father, dad

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Ukrainian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old East Slavic батѧ (batę) +‎ -ко (-ko) or ба́тьо (bátʹo, father (obsolete)) +‎ -ко (-ko). Cognates include Russian ба́тька (bátʹka), Belarusian ба́цька (bácʹka).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈbɑtʲkɔ]
  • (file)

Noun[edit]

ба́тько (bátʹkom pers (genitive ба́тька, nominative plural батьки́, genitive plural батькі́в)

  1. father (male parent)
    Synonyms: оте́ць (otécʹ), та́то (táto), не́ньо (nénʹo)
  2. (plural only) parents
    Хто твої́ батьки́?Xto tvojí batʹký?Who are your parents?

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