муссон

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Old French mousson, from Arabic مَوْسِم(mawsim, season), from وَسَمَ(wasama, to mark, to brand).

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Noun[edit]

муссо́н (mussónm inan (genitive муссо́на, nominative plural муссо́ны, genitive plural муссо́нов)

  1. monsoon (tropical rainy season)

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