ногъть

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Old Church Slavonic[edit]

нокьти

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *nogъtь.

Noun[edit]

ногъть (nogŭtĭm

  1. nail
    • from the Story of Ahikar:
      иди вь домь твои и ѡкрати власы твои и оусртои брадоу твою и ѡбрѣшежи нокьти твои.
      idi vĭ domĭ tvoi i okrati vlasy tvoi i usrtoi bradu tvoju i obrěšeži nokĭti tvoi.
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  2. claw
    • from the Homily against the Bogumils, 1223-1224:
      бо и по ѥдинъ ногъть пътица оувѧзнетъ съмрьти прѣдана бꙑваѥтъ
      bo i po jedinŭ nogŭtĭ pŭtica uvęznetŭ sŭmrĭti prědana byvajetŭ
      If a bird is trapped by a single claw, it is bound to die.

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