стук

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Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old East Slavic стукъ (stukŭ), from Proto-Slavic *stukъ. Cognate with Ukrainian стук (stuk), Polish stuk, Serbian Church Slavonic стукъ (stukŭ, sound). Onomatopoeic in origin; see сту́кать (stúkatʹ) for further info.

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Noun[edit]

стук (stukm inan (genitive сту́ка, nominative plural сту́ки, genitive plural сту́ков)

  1. knock
  2. rattle, clatter, noise

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