сапогъ

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Noun

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сапогъ (sapogŭm

  1. shoe, sandal
    • XI century, Codex Assemanius, Matthew 3:11:
      Грѩ́дꙑ же по мнѣ́ крѣплеи́ мене е́стъ · е́мꙋже нѣсмъ достои́ сапогꙋ понести
      Grję́dy že po mně́ krěpleí mene éstŭ · émuže něsmŭ dostoí sapogu ponesti
      But the one coming after me, of whom I am not worthy to carry the sandals, is stronger than I

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Russian

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Noun

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сапо́гъ (sapógm inan (genitive сапога́, nominative plural сапоги́, genitive plural сапо́гъ)

  1. Pre-1918 spelling of сапо́г (sapóg).

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