снег

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Belarusian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Slavic *sněgъ, Proto-Indo-European *snóygʷʰos.

Noun[edit]

снег (snjehm inanimate

  1. snow

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Macedonian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *sněgъ.

Noun[edit]

снег (snegm

  1. snow

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Russian[edit]

Снег

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *sněgъ, from Proto-Indo-European *snóygʷʰos.

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Noun[edit]

снег (snegm inan (genitive сне́га, nominative plural снега́, genitive plural снего́в)

  1. snow
    идёт снегidjót snegit is snowing
    мо́крый снегmókryj snegsleet, wet snow
    ски́дывать/ски́нуть снег с кры́шиskídyvatʹ/skínutʹ sneg s krýšito throw the snow off the roof
    как снег на го́лову (saying)
    kak sneg na gólovu
    like a bolt from the blue (unexpectedly, suddenly)
    (literally, “like snow on the head”)
    что́-либо ну́жно, как прошлого́дний снег
    štó-libo núžno, kak prošlogódnij sneg
    something is not needed in the least
    (literally, “something is needed like last year's snow”)
    зимо́й сне́га не вы́просить (saying)
    zimój snéga ne výprositʹ
    (said about somebody mean, stingy)
    (literally, “cannot be asked for snow in winter”)
    Дава́й поваля́емся в снегу́!Daváj povaljájemsja v snegú!Let's roll in the snow!
  2. (figuratively) snow, the white electrical noise on a TV set when there is no TV signal
  3. (slang) cocaine

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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *sněgъ, from Proto-Indo-European *snóygʷʰos.

Noun[edit]

сне̑г m (Latin spelling snȇg)

  1. snow

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