kiša

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See also: kisa, Kisa, kısa, ķīša, and киша

Serbo-Croatian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From earlier *kysja. Compare kȉseo.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /kîʃa/, [kîʂa]
  • Hyphenation: ki‧ša

Noun[edit]

kȉša f (Cyrillic spelling ки̏ша)

  1. rain
    • 1886, Ksaver Šandor Đalski, “Na Groblju”, in Pod Starimi Krovovi:
      Pala je prva jesenska kiša. Stari je Janko, lugar brezovački, javio da su šljuke došle. Od toga časa starac Batorić ne imađaše više mira kod kuće, i tek što se sunce opet pokazalo pa nastali oni nježno svijetli dani prve jeseni, pođosmo u lov.
      The first autumn rains had fallen. Old Janko, the Brezovica forester, announced that thewoodcocks had come. From that time on, the elder Batorić did not have any more peace in the house, and as soon as the sun came out again and those sweet light days of early autumn started up, we set out for the hunt.
    • 2022, “Danas oblačno i hladno, mestimično sneg i kiša”, in Politika[1]:
      U Beogradu oblačno i hladno, povremeno sa mešovitim padavinama - kišom, susnežicom i snegom.
      In Belgrade [the weather is] cloudy and cold, occasionally with mixed precipitation - with rain, sleet, and snow.
    pada kišait's raining

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References[edit]

  • kiša” in Hrvatski jezični portal