буря

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *bur'a, akin to Bulgarian буря ‎(burja), Slovene burja, Serbo-Croatian бура/bura, Slovak búrka ‎(tempest) and búrať ‎(to crush). Non-Slavic cognates include Old Norse byrr ‎(fair wind), Latin furo ‎(I rage, rave), Sanskrit भुरति ‎(bhurati, stir, palpitate). Compare also Turkish bora ‎(squall).

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бу́ря ‎(búrjaf inan ‎(genitive бу́ри, nominative plural бу́ри)

  1. (meteorology) storm, tempest
    В бана́ново-лимо́нном Сингапу́ре, в бу́ре
    V banánovo-limónnom Singapúre, v búre
    In Singapore, rich in bananas and lemons, in the storm (from "Магнолия" by Alexander Vertinsky)
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Verb[edit]

буря́ ‎(burjáimpf

  1. present adverbial participle of бури́ть ‎(burítʹ)