самовар

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Bulgarian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Russian самова́р (samovár), literally “self-boiler”; from само́ (samó) “self” + вари́ть (varítʹ) “to boil” or “to cook”.

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самовар (samovárm

  1. tea-urn, samovar

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Macedonian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Russian самова́р (samovár), literally “self-boiler”; from само́ (samó) “self” + вари́ть (varítʹ) “to boil” or “to cook”.

Noun[edit]

самовар (samovarm

  1. samovar

Russian[edit]

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Самовар.

Etymology[edit]

From само- (samo-, self-) + a deverbal form of вари́ть (varítʹ, to boil).

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Noun[edit]

самова́р (samovárm inan (genitive самова́ра, nominative plural самова́ры, genitive plural самова́ров)

  1. samovar (a large coal- or woodfired metal urn with a spigot for boiling water for tea)

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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Russian самова́р (samovár), literally “self-boiler”; from само́ (samó) “self” + вари́ть (varítʹ) “to boil” or “to cook”.

Noun[edit]

самовар m (Latin spelling samovar)

  1. samovar