валенок

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Etymology[edit]

ва́леный (válenyj) +‎ -ок (-ok)[1]

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈvalʲɪnək]
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Noun[edit]

валенки

ва́ленок (válenokm inan (genitive ва́ленка, nominative plural ва́ленки, genitive plural ва́ленок)

  1. one of a pair of traditional Russian felt boots, sg valenok, pl valenki
  2. clumsy or stupid person
    Тупо́й как ва́ленок.
    Tupój kak válenok.
    Dumb as a boot.

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