лошадь

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Old East Slavic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From *лоша (*loša) +‎ -дь (-dĭ); The suffix is the same as in Old Church Slavonic ослѣдь (oslědĭ, onager, wild ass). Borrowed from Turkic languages, probably from Bulgar to northeastern East Slavic dialects and from Pecheneg to southern East Slavic dialects (compare Chuvash лаша (laš̬a, horse), Tatar алаша (alaşa, pack horse), dialectal лаша (laşa), Crimean Tatar alaşa (horse), Kazakh алаша (alaşa, a kind of camel), etc.).

Noun[edit]

лошадь (lošadĭf (related adjective лошадинъ, diminutive лошадька)

  1. horse
    Synonyms: конь (konĭ), кобꙑла (kobyla), комонь (komonĭ)

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Old Ruthenian[edit]

ло́шадь

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Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Old East Slavic лошадь (lošadĭ). Cognate with Middle Russian ло́шадь (lóšadʹ) (whence Russian ло́шадь (lóšadʹ)).

Noun[edit]

ло́шадь (lóšadʹf anim

  1. horse
    Synonym: конь (konʹ)

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Russian[edit]

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Лошадь

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Old East Slavic лошадь (lošadĭ), from *лоша (*loša), a Turkic borrowing; compare Tatar алаша (alaşa, pack horse), Chuvash лаша (laš̬a, horse), Kazakh алаша (alaşa, a kind of camel), Crimean Tatar алаша (horse), etc.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈɫoʂətʲ]
  • (file)

Noun[edit]

ло́шадь (lóšadʹf anim (genitive ло́шади, nominative plural ло́шади, genitive plural лошаде́й, related adjective лошади́ный, diminutive лоша́дка)

  1. horse
    Synonyms: конь (konʹ), кобы́ла (kobýla), рыса́к (rysák), скаку́н (skakún), кля́ча (kljáča), сивка (sivka)

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