бочка

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *bъčьka.

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бо́чка (bóčkaf inan (genitive бо́чки, nominative plural бо́чки, genitive plural бо́чек)

  1. barrel, keg, drum
    как се́льди в бо́чкеkak sélʹdi v bóčkelike sardines (in a can)
    де́ньги на бо́чкуdénʹgi na bóčkucash on the barrel
  2. roll (aerobatic maneuver)
  3. bochka, ancient Russian measure of liquids equal to 491.96 liters (40 вёдер)
  4. (pejorative slang) overweight person
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Etymology 2[edit]

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Noun[edit]

бочка́ (bočkám inan

  1. genitive singular of бочо́к (bočók)