кошка

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Belarusian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Old Ruthenian ко́шка (kóška), from unattested Old East Slavic *ко́чька (*kóčĭka), from Proto-Slavic *kòťьka, from *kòťь, from *kòtъ. Cognate with Ukrainian кі́шка (kíška), Russian ко́шка (kóška).

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Noun[edit]

ко́шка (kóškaf animal (genitive ко́шкі, nominative plural ко́шкі, genitive plural ко́шак)

  1. cat

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References[edit]

  • кошка” in Belarusian-Russian dictionaries and Belarusian dictionaries at slounik.org

Macedonian[edit]

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Verb[edit]

кошка (koškaimpf

  1. (transitive) to kick
  2. (transitive, figuratively) to belittle, disparage

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Old Ruthenian[edit]

ко́шка

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Etymology[edit]

From unattested Old East Slavic *кочька (*kočĭka), from Proto-Slavic *kòťьka, from *kòťь, from *kòtъ. Cognate with Russian ко́шка (kóška).

Noun[edit]

ко́шка (kóškaf anim (masculine котъ)

  1. female cat (domestic species)
    • слꙋжили емꙋ пси, кошки, птахиslužili emu psi, koški, ptaxi(please add an English translation of this usage example)
    Synonym: ко́тка (kótka)

Descendants[edit]

  • Belarusian: ко́шка (kóška)
  • Ukrainian: кі́шка (kíška)

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Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Middle Russian ко́шка (kóška), from unattested Old East Slavic *ко́чька (*kóčĭka), from Proto-Slavic *kòťьka, from *kòťь, from *kòtъ. Cognate with Old Ruthenian ко́шка (kóška), Ukrainian кі́шка (kíška).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈkoʂkə]
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Noun[edit]

ко́шка (kóškaf anim or f inan (genitive ко́шки, nominative plural ко́шки, genitive plural ко́шек, related adjective коша́чий, diminutive ко́шечка)

  1. cat
    жить как ко́шка с соба́койžitʹ kak kóška s sobákojto lead a cat-and-dog life
    игра́ть в ко́шки-мышкиigrátʹ v kóški-myškiplay cat-and-mouse
    но́чью все ко́шки се́рыnóčʹju vse kóški séryat night all cats are gray
    у него́ ко́шки скребу́т на се́рдцеu nevó kóški skrebút na sérdcehe is sick at heart (very upset)
  2. (inanimate) cat-o'-nine-tails
  3. (technical, inanimate) grapnel, drag
  4. (technical, inanimate) grapple fork
  5. (cranes, inanimate) car, trolley, carriage
  6. (geology, inanimate) spit, bar
  7. (climbing, in the plural, inanimate) crampons, climbing irons, climbing grapplers

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