урод

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Etymology[edit]

From Old East Slavic уродъ (urodŭ, feebleminded, witless, foolish), from Old Church Slavonic ѫродъ (ǫrodŭ, foolish, stupid), the negation of род (rod, birth, kind, race, generation). Related to ро́жа (róža, ugly mug), from Old Church Slavonic ѫрожда (ǫrožda).

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уро́д (uródm anim (genitive уро́да, nominative plural уро́ды, genitive plural уро́дов, feminine уро́дка)

  1. monster
  2. ugly creature

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