pogan

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See also: pògan

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Old Church Slavonic поганъ (poganŭ) (or a late Common Slavic equivalent), itself borrowed from Medieval Latin paganus. Compare Hungarian pogány. Doublet of păgân, which was inherited from Latin.

Adjective[edit]

pogan m or n (feminine singular pogană, masculine plural pogani, feminine and neuter plural pogane) (Oltenia, Banat, Transylvania, rare, archaic)

  1. big (about beings)
  2. ugly (about people)
  3. ruthless (about people)
  4. intense

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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a late Common Slavic, borrowed from Medieval Latin pāgānus. See also pòganin.

Adjective[edit]

pògan (definite pòganī, Cyrillic spelling по̀ган)

  1. dirty, filthy
  2. wicked
  3. disgusting

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Noun[edit]

pȍgān f (Cyrillic spelling по̏га̄н)

  1. excrement
  2. dirt, filth
  3. an evil, nasty person
  4. something disgusting
  5. Gentile

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