чех

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Etymology 1[edit]

Borrowing from Czech Čech.

Noun[edit]

чех (čexm anim (genitive че́ха, nominative plural че́хи, genitive plural че́хов, feminine че́шка)

  1. Czech (person)
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Etymology 2[edit]

From чече́нец m (čečénec) "a Chechen man", which has a similar sound, has nothing to do with the Czech people.

Noun[edit]

чех (čexm anim (genitive че́ха, nominative plural че́хи, genitive plural че́хов)

  1. (slang, rare) a Chechen man, especially during the two Chechen conflicts
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