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)

  1. monster
  2. ugly creature

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