motýlek

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Czech[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /motiːlɛk/
  • Hyphenation: mo‧tý‧lek

Etymology 1[edit]

A man wearing a bowtie (motýlek) (2)

motýl +‎ -ek

Noun[edit]

motýlek m

  1. (animate) diminutive of motýl
  2. (animate) Uraeginthus
  3. (inanimate) bowtie (a man's necktie tied in a bow around the throat)
  4. (inanimate) butterfly stroke
  5. (inanimate) butterfly knife
  6. (inanimate) butterfly tape
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animate

inanimate

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Etymology 2[edit]

motel +‎ -ek

Noun[edit]

motýlek m inan

  1. diminutive of motel
    • 1988, Otto Ulč, Bez Čedoku po Jižní Africe[1], Sixty-Eight Publishers, ISBN 0-88781-184-1, page 82:
      Míjíme nevábný motel, motýlek.
      We are passing by an uninviting motel, just a little motel.
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