мамонт

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Probably from an Uralic language, like Proto-Mansi *mē̮ŋ-ońt (earth-horn) (compare Northern Mansi ма̄ (, earth), а̄ньт (ānʹt, horn)) or Khanty. Compare Proto-Uralic *mëxe (earth).

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ма́монт (mámontm anim (genitive ма́монта, nominative plural ма́монты, genitive plural ма́монтов, related adjective ма́монтовый)

  1. mammoth

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Ukrainian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Russian ма́монт (mámont), from Uralic.

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Noun[edit]

ма́монт (mámontm animal (genitive ма́монта, nominative plural ма́монти, genitive plural ма́монтів, related adjective ма́монтовий)

  1. mammoth
    Synonym: ма́мут (mámut)

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