дочка

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Etymology[edit]

дочь (dočʹ) +‎ -ка (-ka)

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  • IPA(key): [ˈdot͡ɕkə]
  • (file)

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до́чка (dóčkaf anim (genitive до́чки, nominative plural до́чки, genitive plural до́чек)

  1. (colloquial), diminutive of дочь (dočʹ) daughter; little daughter

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дочка́ (dočkáf anim (genitive дочки́, nominative plural до́чки)

  1. daughter
    • 1953, Тарас Шевченко, II, 49:
      В тім селі вдова жила / А у вдови дочка була / І син семиліток.
      V tim seli vdova žyla / A u vdovy dočka bula / I syn semylitok.
      And in that village lived a widow. And the widow had a daughter, and a seven-year-old son.

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