bylina

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English[edit]

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From Russian были́на (bylína).

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bylina (plural bylinas or bylini or byliny)

  1. A traditional East Slavic oral epic narrative poem.
    • 2003, Lauri Harvilahti, The holy mountain: studies on Upper Altay Oral poetry, page 66:
      We may compare the above notions with the categories of A. M. Astahova in her analysis of Russian epics, the bylina.

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Slavic. Cognate with Russian были́нка (bylínka).

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bylina f

  1. herb

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Etymology 2[edit]

Borrowed from Russian были́на (bylína).

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bylina f

  1. bylina (traditional East Slavic oral epic narrative poem)

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Polish[edit]

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bylina f (diminutive bylinka)

  1. A perennial herbaceous plant.

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Further reading[edit]

  • bylina in Polish dictionaries at PWN