рушить

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Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Old East Slavic рꙋшити (rušiti, to destroy). Cognate with Ukrainian ру́шити (rúšyty, to move, to wiggle), also руша́ти (rušáty), Belarusian ру́шыць (rúšycʹ, to move, to wiggle), Old Church Slavonic роушити (rušiti, to destroy), Bulgarian ру́ша (rúša, to destroy), Serbo-Croatian ру̏шити (to destroy), Slovene rúšiti (to shake, to demolish) (1sg. rȗšim), Czech rušiti (to disturb, to break the silence), Slovak rušiť (to move), Polish ruszyć (to move), Lower Sorbian rušowaś (to rage, to make noise).

More distantly cognate with Lithuanian raũsti (to dig) (1sg. rausiù, 1sg. past rausiaũ), Latvian ràust (to rake, to sweep) (1sg. ràušu, 1sg. past ràusu), Lithuanian rausis (cave), rūsỹs (cellar), also rū́sas, Latvian ruzga (fidgety person), rušinât (to dig), rusums (steep bank), Old Norse rúst (ruin, ruined wall), ryskja (to tear), dialectal German ruscheln (to work hastily).

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

ру́шить (rúšitʹimpf

  1. to raze, to tear down
  2. to hush (grain)

Conjugation[edit]

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imperfective

perfective

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