свёкор

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From Old East Slavic свекръ ‎(svekrŭ), from Proto-Slavic *svekrъ, from Proto-Indo-European *sweḱuros. Cognates include Sanskrit श्वशुर ‎(śvaśura), Old Armenian սկեսուր ‎(skesur), Ancient Greek ἑκυρός ‎(hekurós), Latin socer, and Old English sweor.

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свёкор ‎(svjókorm anim ‎(genitive свёкра, nominative plural свёкры, genitive plural свёкров)

  1. a woman’s father-in-law (husband’s father only)

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