космонавт

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ancient Greek κόσμος (kósmos, universe) + ναύτης (naútēs, sailor).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [kəsmɐˈnaft]
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Noun[edit]

космона́вт (kosmonávtm anim (genitive космона́вта, nominative plural космона́вты, genitive plural космона́втов, feminine космона́втка)

  1. cosmonaut (the Russian or Soviet equivalent of an astronaut)
    пе́рвая в ми́ре же́нщина-космона́втpérvaja v míre žénščina-kosmonávtthe world’s first woman astronaut
  2. (colloquial, neologism) a law enforcement officer in protective uniforms without identification marks
    А сего́дняшние космона́вты разгоня́ют ми́тинги и бьют же́нщин и дете́й дуби́нками!
    A sevódnjašnije kosmonávty razgonjájut mítingi i bʹjut žénščin i detéj dubínkami!
    And today's cosmonauts disperse rallies and beat women and children with batons!

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  • English: cosmonaut

Ukrainian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek κόσμος (kósmos, universe) + ναύτης (naútēs, sailor).

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Noun[edit]

космона́вт (kosmonávtm pers (genitive космона́вта, nominative plural космона́вти, genitive plural космона́втів)

  1. cosmonaut (the Soviet equivalent of an astronaut)

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