сорока

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From Proto-Slavic *s(v)orka.

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соро́ка (sorókaf anim (genitive соро́ки, nominative plural соро́ки, genitive plural соро́к)

  1. European magpie (Pica pica) (Russians associate the magpie with unpleasant squawking, complaining, and especially thievery)
    сорока на хвосте принеслаsoroka na xvoste prineslaa little bird told me (lit: a magpie brought it on its tail)
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сорока́ (soroká)

  1. genitive singular of со́рок (sórok)
  2. instrumental singular of со́рок (sórok)
  3. prepositional singular of со́рок (sórok)

Ukrainian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *s(v)orka.

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соро́ка (sorókaf anim (genitive соро́ки, nominative plural соро́ки)

  1. magpie

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соро́ка (sorókaf anim (genitive соро́ки, nominative plural соро́ки)

  1. (figuratively) a very talkative man

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