жажда

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Bulgarian[edit]

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From Proto-Slavic *žęďa.

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жа́жда (žáždaf

  1. thirst
    уми́рам от жа́ждаumíram ot žáždato die for a drink
    изпи́твам жа́ждаizpítvam žáždato be thirsty, to fell/suffer thirst
  2. lust, craving
    жа́жда за нау́каžážda za naúkalust for knowledge

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Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Old Church Slavonic жѩжда (žjęžda), from Proto-Slavic *žęďa, from *žędati +‎ *-ja. Displaced native Old East Slavic жажа (žaža).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈʐaʐdə]
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жа́жда (žáždaf inan (genitive жа́жды, nominative plural жа́жды, genitive plural жажд)

  1. thirst
  2. craving
    жа́жда зна́нийžážda znánijthirst for knowledge, hunger for knowledge
    жа́жда кровиžážda kroviblood lust

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