чулок

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Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Old East Slavic чулъкъ (čulŭkŭ), from Turkic

Noun[edit]

чуло́к (čulókm inan (genitive чулка́, nominative plural чулки́, genitive plural чуло́к)

  1. stocking
    • Tolstoy, Anna Karenina, part I, chapter 22 and its translation
      повернул круто свою даму, так что открылись ее тонкие ножки в ажурных чулках
      he turned his partner sharply round, so that her slim ankles, in light transparent stockings, were exposed to view

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Noun[edit]

чуло́к (čulókm anim (genitive чулка́, nominative plural чулки́, genitive plural чулко́в)

  1. (used in the expression си́ний чуло́к (sínij čulók, bluestocking))

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