любисток

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Russian[edit]

люби́сток
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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ukrainian люби́сток (ljubýstok), from Polish lubistek, from Middle High German lübestecke (> German Liebstöckel), from Latin levisticum, earlier ligusticum, from Ancient Greek λιγυστικόν (ligustikón), originally “Ligurian plant used for medicinal purposes”.

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Noun[edit]

люби́сток (ljubístokm inan (genitive люби́стка, nominative plural люби́стки, genitive plural люби́стков)

  1. lovage, sea parsley, Levisticum officinale

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Ukrainian[edit]

люби́сток
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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Polish lubistek, from Middle High German lübestecke (> German Liebstöckel), from Latin levisticum, earlier ligusticum, from Ancient Greek λιγυστικόν (ligustikón), originally “Ligurian plant used for medicinal purposes”.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

люби́сток (ljubýstokm inan (genitive люби́стка, nominative plural люби́стки, genitive plural люби́стків)

  1. lovage, sea parsley, Levisticum officinale

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