ноль

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See also: нуль

Eastern Mari[edit]

Numeral[edit]

ноль (nolʹ)

  1. zero

Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from German Null, from earlier form Nulla, from Italian nulla, from Latin nūlla, feminine of nūllus (no one), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *ne, *óynos and *-lós.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [nolʲ]
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  • Rhymes: -olʲ

Noun[edit]

ноль (nolʹm inan (genitive нуля́, nominative plural нули́, genitive plural нуле́й)

(also ноль (nolʹm inan (genitive ноля́, nominative plural ноли́, genitive plural ноле́й))

  1. zero (0)
    Synonym: нуль (nulʹ)
    абсолю́тный нольabsoljútnyj nolʹabsolute zero
  2. nil, nothing
    вы́играть со счётом три нольvýigratʹ so sčótom tri nolʹto win three to nothing
  3. precisely, exactly (time)
    в двена́дцать ноль-но́льv dvenádcatʹ nolʹ-nólʹat twelve sharp
  4. (figuratively) cipher, nobody, nonentity, a paltry person
    он по́лный ноль в матема́тикеon pólnyj nolʹ v matemátikehe’s terrible in mathematics
    ноль без па́лочкиnolʹ bez páločkia complete nonentity (literally, “zero without a line”)
    кру́глый нольkrúglyj nolʹa complete nonentity (literally, “a round zero”)
  5. (figuratively) nothing, naught
    стричь под ноль (colloquial)stričʹ pod nolʹto cut off all the hair
    она́ на него́ ноль внима́нияoná na nevó nolʹ vnimánijashe pays him no heed

Declension[edit]

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Derived terms[edit]

Descendants[edit]

  • Kildin Sami: нолл (noll)
  • Mongolian: нойл (noyl)

Tatar[edit]

Tatar cardinal numbers
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Etymology[edit]

From Russian ноль (nolʹ).

Numeral[edit]

ноль (nol’)

  1. zero

Yakut[edit]

Yakut cardinal numbers
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    Cardinal : ноль (nol’)
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Etymology[edit]

From Russian ноль (nolʹ).

Numeral[edit]

ноль (nol’)

  1. zero