военачалник

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Etymology[edit]

From вой (voj, army) (dated) +‎ -е- (-e-) +‎ нача́лник (načálnik, conductor, leader), a calque of Ancient Greek στρατηγός (stratēgós) (or formed in the same logic as it). Compare the Germanic borrowing херцо́г (hercóg, duke) from Proto-Germanic *harjatugô (army commander).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [voɛnɐˈt͡ʃa̟ɫnik]

Noun[edit]

военача́лник (voenačálnikm

  1. army commander
    Synonyms: воево́да (voevóda), пълково́дец (pǎlkovódec), команди́р (komandír)

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