братина

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Russian[edit]

Братина царя Алексея Михайловича

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Etymology[edit]

From брат (brat, brother) +‎ -ина (-ina), meaning ‘brethren's vessel’.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈbratʲɪnə]
  • (file)
  • (dated) IPA(key): [brɐˈtʲinə]

Noun[edit]

бра́тина (brátinaf inan (genitive бра́тины, nominative plural бра́тины, genitive plural бра́тин)

  1. (historical) bratina, a traditional Russian wooden or copper pitcher for dispensing beer or kvass at festivals or large dinners, wine bowl, loving cup
    • 2003, Владимир Потапов (Vladimir Potapov), Усольские эмали:
      Ковши́, ча́ши, блю́да и бра́тины широко́ предста́влены в колле́кции Оруже́йной пала́ты Моско́вского Кремля́.
      Kovší, čáši, bljúda i brátiny širokó predstávleny v kollékcii Oružéjnoj paláty Moskóvskovo Kremljá.
      Scoops, bowls, dishes, and loving cups (bratinas) are richly represented in the collection of the Kremlin Armoury.

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