куб

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Macedonian[edit]

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куб (kubm

  1. cube

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Etymology 1[edit]

Borrowed from German Kubus or directly from Latin cubus, from Ancient Greek κύβος (kúbos, die, cube).

Noun[edit]

куб (kubm inan (genitive ку́ба, nominative plural ку́бы, genitive plural ку́бов)

  1. (geometry) cube (shape with six square sides)
  2. (mathematics) cube (number raised to the third power)
    два в ку́беdva v kúbe23
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Etymology 2[edit]

Inherited from Old East Slavic кубъ (kubŭ, drinking vessel) [14th century]. Cognate with Ukrainian куб (kub, wooden dish), Polish kubek (bowl, cup), Lower Sorbian kub (bowl, cup), also kubk. Per Vasmer, probably related to Sanskrit [script needed] (kumbhás, pot), Avestan [script needed] (χumba-, pot), Ancient Greek κύμβος (kúmbos, vessel), κύβη (kúbē, cup), also κύμβη (kúmbē).

Noun[edit]

куб (kubm inan (genitive ку́ба, nominative plural кубы́ or ку́бы, genitive plural кубо́в or ку́бов)

  1. boiler, still, large tank
    перего́нный кубperegónnyj kubdistillation boiler
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куб (kubm inan (genitive ку́ба, nominative plural ку́бы, genitive plural ку́бов)

  1. indigo (plant)
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