конфета

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Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

First borrowed from German Konfekt in the form of конфе́кта (konfékta) in the 16th century, ultimately from Latin cōnfectus. Later influenced by or borrowed again from Italian confetto.

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  • IPA(key): [kɐnˈfʲetə]
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Noun[edit]

конфе́та (konfétaf inan (genitive конфе́ты, nominative plural конфе́ты, genitive plural конфе́т, related adjective конфе́тный, diminutive конфе́тка)

  1. sweet (sugary confection), bonbon, sweetmeat, candy

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Ukrainian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Russian конфе́та (konféta)

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Noun[edit]

конфе́та (konfétaf inan (genitive конфе́ти, nominative plural конфе́ти, genitive plural конфе́т, related adjective конфе́тний, diminutive конфе́тка)

  1. (colloquial) candy; sweet
    Synonyms: цуке́рка (cukérka) (more common), цуке́рок (cukérok), бонбо́н (bonbón) (regional)

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