нести

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Old Church Slavonic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *nesti.

Verb[edit]

нести (nestiimpf

  1. to carry (on foot)

Conjugation[edit]

present imperfective future imperative sigmatic aorist new aorist
1st person sg несѫ (nesǫ) несѣахъ (nesěaxŭ) бѫдѫ нести (bǫdǫ nesti) нѣсъ (něsŭ) несохъ (nesoxŭ)
2nd person sg несеши (neseši) несѣаше (nesěaše) бѫдеши нести (bǫdeši nesti) неси (nesi) несе (nese) несе (nese)
3rd person sg несетъ (nesetŭ) несѣаше (nesěaše) бѫдетъ нести (bǫdetŭ nesti) неси (nesi) несе (nese) несе (nese)
1st person dual несевѣ (nesevě) несѣаховѣ (nesěaxově) бѫдевѣ нести (bǫdevě nesti) несѣвѣ (nesěvě) нѣсовѣ (něsově) несоховѣ (nesoxově)
2nd person dual несета (neseta) несѣашета (nesěašeta) бѫдета нести (bǫdeta nesti) несѣта (nesěta) нѣста (něsta) несоста (nesosta)
3rd person dual несете (nesete) несѣашете (nesěašete) бѫдете нести (bǫdete nesti) нѣсте (něste) несосте (nesoste)
1st person pl несемъ (nesemŭ) несѣахомъ (nesěaxomŭ) бѫдемъ нести (bǫdemŭ nesti) несѣмъ (nesěmŭ) нѣсомъ (něsomŭ) несохомъ (nesoxomŭ)
2nd person pl несете (nesete) несѣашете (nesěašete) бѫдете нести (bǫdete nesti) несѣте (nesěte) нѣсте (něste) несосте (nesoste)
3rd person pl несѫтъ (nesǫtŭ) несѣахѫ (nesěaxǫ) бѫдѫтъ нести (bǫdǫtŭ nesti) нѣсѧ (něsę) несошѧ (nesošę)

participles

masculine sg neuter sg feminine sg
present active participle несꙑ (nesy) несꙑ (nesy) несѫщи (nesǫšti)
present passive participle несомъ (nesomŭ) несомо (nesomo) несома (nesoma)
resultative participle неслъ (neslŭ) несло (neslo) несла (nesla)
past active participle несъ (nesŭ) несъ (nesŭ) несъши (nesŭši)
past passive participle несенъ (nesenŭ)
supine нестъ (nestŭ)
substantive несеньѥ (nesenĭje)

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Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *nestì.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [nʲɪˈsʲtʲi]
  • (file)

Verb[edit]

нести́ (nestíimpf (perfective понести́)

  1. to bear, to bring, to carry
    нести́ тяжёлые су́мкиnestí tjažólyje súmkito carry heavy bags
  2. to carry, to bear, to support
    Они́ должны́ нести́ отве́тственность за оши́бки.
    Oní dolžný nestí otvétstvennostʹ za ošíbki.
    They need to bear responsibility for the mistakes.
  3. to lay (eggs)
    Perfective: снести́ (snestí)
  4. (colloquial, derogatory) to talk (about), to babble on (about)
    что (за вздор) он несёт!što (za vzdor) on nesjót!what (utter) nonsense he is talking!
    не понима́ю, что она́ там несётne ponimáju, što oná tam nesjótI have no idea what she is babbling on about
  5. (colloquial) to be carried away, to go over the limits

Usage notes[edit]

Нести and понести are concrete verbs. Their counterpart, носить, is an abstract verb.

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imperfective

perfective


Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *nesti

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /nêsti/
  • Hyphenation: не‧сти

Verb[edit]

не̏сти impf (Latin spelling nȅsti)

  1. (transitive) to lay eggs
    Synonyms: сније̑ти, сне̑ти

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Ukrainian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *nesti.

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

нести́ (nestýimpf (perfective понести́)

  1. to carry (on foot)

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