горелка

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Etymology[edit]

From the verb горя (gorja, burn).

Noun[edit]

горелка (gorélkaf

  1. gas burner

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Russian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

горе́ть (gorétʹ) +‎ -лка (-lka)

Noun[edit]

горе́лка (gorélkaf inan (genitive горе́лки, nominative plural горе́лки, genitive plural горе́лок)

  1. burner (of a gas range, heater or light using liquid or gas fuel).
    горе́лка Бу́нзенаgorélka BúnzenaBunsen burner
  2. The nozzle of a welding torch.
Declension[edit]

Etymology 2[edit]

Borrowed from Ukrainian горілка (horílka). Compare Russian горе́ть (gorétʹ, to burn), Ukrainian горіти (horíty, to burn).

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Noun[edit]

горе́лка (gorélkaf inan (genitive горе́лки, nominative plural горе́лки, genitive plural горе́лок)

  1. (Southern Russia) vodka, usually in a Ukrainian context.
Usage notes[edit]

Used in place of the synonym во́дка (vódka) to allude to Ukrainian village custom.

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References[edit]
  • Natalia M. Kolb-Seletski, “Gastronomy, Gogol, and His Fiction”, in Slavic Review, vol 29, no 1 (March 1970), p 38.: “These traditional Ukrainian dishes—like the Ukrainisms (kavun, horilka, tsybulia, bublyk) that have their Russian equivalents—are mentioned to provide local color.”