-вадить

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Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Dialectally also "to argue, to slander". From Old East Slavic вадити (vaditi, to denounce), from Proto-Slavic *vaditi. Cognate with Old Church Slavonic вадити (vaditi, to denounce), обадити (obaditi, to slander), Bulgarian оба́дя (obádja, to inform, to notify), Slovene váditi (to declare, to file a complaint, to confess; to lure) (tonal orthography), Czech vadit (to interfere), Slovak vadiť (to interfere), Polish wadzić (to annoy), Kashubian wadzyc (to scream, to scold). More distantly cognate with Sanskrit वदति (vádati, to say, to announce), Ancient Greek αὑδή (haudḗ, sound, voice, language), αὑδάω (haudáō, to scream, to speak).

Pronunciation[edit]

Combining form[edit]

-ва́дить (-váditʹpf (imperfective -ва́живать)

  1. Combining form used to form prefixed perfective verbs with the approximate meaning "to teach".

Conjugation[edit]

Derived terms[edit]

imperfective

perfective