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 принесла‎ ― soroka 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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