обет

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Etymology[edit]

From об- (ob-) + Old Russian and Old Church Slavonic вѣтъ (větŭ, agreement), from Proto-Slavic *větъ (council, talk). Related words include наве́т (navét), изве́т (izvét), отве́т (otvét), приве́т (privét), сове́т (sovét), ве́че (véče), отвеча́ть (otvečátʹ), отве́тить (otvétitʹ), завеща́ть (zaveščátʹ), and совещаться (soveščatʹsja). Probably cognate with Polish witać (to welcome).

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обе́т (obétm inan (genitive обе́та, nominative plural обе́ты, genitive plural обе́тов)

  1. vow, promise
  2. pledge

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