берег

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See also: берёг

Russian[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Old East Slavic берегъ (beregŭ), from Proto-Slavic *bergъ.

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бе́рег (béregm inan (genitive бе́рега, nominative plural берега́*, genitive plural берего́в) (* The irregular plural берега́ is actually an old dual form, since rivers have two of them.)

  1. bank, shore, coast, beach
  2. land
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The stress may fall on the preposition in the expression на́ берег (ná bereg, ashore).

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Verb[edit]

берег (berjógimpf

  1. Alternative spelling of берёг (berjóg)

Ukrainian[edit]

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бе́рег (bérehm inan (genitive бе́рега, nominative plural береги́)

  1. bank, shore, coast, beach

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