дышать

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Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *dyšati (to breathe), from earlier *dyxěti; compare *dyxati (to breathe). Compare Old Church Slavonic дышати (dyšati, to breathe), Bulgarian ди́шам (díšam, to breathe), Macedonian дише (diše, to breathe), Serbo-Croatian ди̏шати (to be fragrant, to smell of), Slovene dišáti (to smell of, to taste of, to sniff) (tonal orthography), Polish dyszeć (to breathe heavily, to breathe with difficulty; (obsolete) to breathe). An exact reflex of Lithuanian dūsė́ti (to puff, to pant) (1sg. dūsiù). Also cognate with Lithuanian dusė́ti (to cough), Latvian dusêt (to pant, to breathe, to doze), Old Norse dúsa (to keep quiet, to doze) (whence English doze), Middle Low German dūsen (to doze).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [dɨˈʂatʲ]
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Verb[edit]

дыша́ть (dyšátʹimpf (perfective подыша́ть) (+ instrumental)

  1. to breathe, to respire
    дыша́ть пы́льюdyšátʹ pýlʹjuto breathe dust

Conjugation[edit]

Derived terms[edit]

imperfective

  • дыша́ться (dyšátʹsja)
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perfective

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