шакал

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Borrowed from German Schakal, from Ottoman Turkish چَقال (modern çakal), from Persian شغال (šağâl), from Sanskrit सृगाल (sṛgālá, jackal).

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шака́л (šakálm anim (genitive шака́ла, nominative plural шака́лы, genitive plural шака́лов)

  1. jackal

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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Шакал

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from German Schakal, from Ottoman Turkish چَقال (modern çakal), from Persian شغال (šaqâl), from Sanskrit सृगाल (sṛgālá, jackal).

Doublet of ча̀гаљ, directly borrowed from Ottoman Turkish.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ʃâkal/
  • Hyphenation: ша‧кал

Noun[edit]

ша̏кал m (Latin spelling šȁkal)

  1. jackal
  2. (pejorative) One who benefits from the work of others; jackal, vulture.

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