селянин

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Bulgarian[edit]

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се́лянин (séljaninm (feminine се́лянка)

  1. peasant
  2. villager

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Russian[edit]

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село́ (seló) +‎ -янин (-janin)

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селяни́н (seljanínm anim (genitive селяни́на, nominative plural селя́не, genitive plural селя́н, feminine селя́нка)

  1. rustic (person from a rural area)

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Ukrainian[edit]

Ukrainian Wikipedia has an article on:
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Etymology[edit]

село́ (seló) +‎ -яни́н (-janýn)

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  • IPA(key): [selʲɐˈnɪn]
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селяни́н (seljanýnm pers (genitive селяни́на, nominative plural селя́ни, genitive plural селя́н, feminine селя́нка or селяни́ця, related adjective селя́нський)

  1. peasant

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