greznība

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From grezns (luxurious) +‎ -ība.

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greznība f (4th declension)

  1. luxury (the quality of that which is luxurious, luxuriant)
    sevišķa greznība galmā bija Katrīnas II laikā, kuras “vājība” bija briljantithere was special luxury in court during the time of Ekaterina II, whose “weakness” were brilliants
    lielpilsētu dzīve un bagātības ap viņām meitenēm kūso un mirdz greznībā un pārpilnībāthe metropolitan life and wealth around the girls sparkles and shines in luxury and abundance
  2. (colloquial) extravagance
    lieka greznībasuperfluous extravagance, luxury
    tādas lietas ir tīrā greznībasuch things are pure luxury (i.e., superfluous)

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