моряк

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Etymology[edit]

From мо́ре (móre, sea) +‎ -як (-jak), from Proto-Slavic *moře, from Proto-Indo-European *móri, whence English marine and maritime.

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  • IPA(key): [mɐˈrʲak]
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Noun[edit]

моря́к (morjákm anim (genitive моряка́, nominative plural моряки́, genitive plural моряко́в, diminutive морячо́к)

  1. seaman, sailor
  2. (meteorology) sea breeze (a strong, biting wind that blows in from the sea around the mouths of rivers)

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