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албанская мова 〈albanskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Albanian language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-алба́нску 〈pa-albánsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Albanian'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) алба́нская 〈albánskaâ〉
англійская 〈anglíjskaâ〉
adjective: {{head}}
  1. English (feminine of англійскі)
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) the English language
Synonyms: англійская мова 〈anglíjskaâ mova〉
англійская мова 〈anglíjskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the English language
Synonyms: англійская 〈anglíjskaâ〉 (colloquial)
арабская мова 〈arabskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Arabic language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-ара́бску 〈pa-arábsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Arabic'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) ара́бская 〈arábskaâ〉
балгарская мова 〈balgarskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Bulgarian language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-балга́рску 〈pa-balgársku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Bulgarian'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) балгарская 〈balgarskaâ〉
баскская мова 〈baskskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Basque language
Synonyms: (colloquial) ба́скская 〈báskskaâ〉
баснійская мова 〈basníjskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Bosnian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) баснійская 〈basníjskaâ〉
беларуская 〈belaruskaâ〉
adjective: {{head}}
  1. Belarusian (feminine of беларускі)
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) the Belarusian language
Synonyms: беларуская мова 〈belaruskaâ mova〉
беларуская мова 〈belaruskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Belarusian language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-белару́ску 〈pa-belarúsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Belarusian'.
Synonyms: белару́ская 〈belarúskaâ〉 (colloquial)
бірманская мова 〈bírmanskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Burmese language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-бірма́нску 〈pa-bírmánsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Burmese'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) бірма́нская 〈bírmánskaâ〉
брэтонская мова 〈brétonskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Breton language
Synonyms: (colloquial) брэто́нская 〈brétónskaâ〉
в'етнамская мова 〈v'etnamskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Vietnamese language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-в'етна́мску 〈pa-v'etnámsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Vietnamese'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) в'етна́мская 〈v'etnámskaâ〉
валійская мова 〈valíjskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Welsh language
Synonyms: (colloquial) валі́йская 〈valí́jskaâ〉
венгерская мова 〈vengerskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Hungarian language
Synonyms: угорская мова 〈ugorskaâ mova〉, (colloquial) венгерская 〈vengerskaâ〉, (colloquial) угорская 〈ugorskaâ〉
верхнелужыцкая мова 〈verhnelužyckaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Upper Sorbian language, the Upper Lusatian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) верхнелужыцкая 〈verhnelužyckaâ〉
галандская мова 〈galandskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Dutch language
Synonyms: (colloquial) гала́ндская 〈galándskaâ〉
гаўно 〈gaŭno〉 etymology From Proto-Slavic *govьno 〈*govʹno〉.
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) shit
грэцкая мова 〈gréckaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Greek language
Synonyms: грэчаская мова 〈gréčaskaâ mova〉, (colloquial) грэцкая 〈gréckaâ〉, (colloquial) грэчаская 〈gréčaskaâ〉
дацкая мова 〈dackaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Danish language
Synonyms: (colloquial) дацкая 〈dackaâ〉
жопа 〈žopa〉
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) ass (the buttocks of a person or animal)
залупа 〈zalupa〉
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) dickhead, glans penis
ірландская мова 〈írlandskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Irish language, the Irish Gaelic language, the Gaelic language, the Erse language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-ірла́ндску 〈pa-írlándsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Irish'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) ірла́ндская 〈írlándskaâ〉
ісландская мова 〈íslandskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Icelandic language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-ісла́ндску 〈pa-íslándsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Icelandic'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) ісла́ндская 〈íslándskaâ〉
іспанская мова 〈íspanskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Spanish language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-іспа́нску 〈pa-íspánsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Spanish'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) іспа́нская 〈íspánskaâ〉
італьянская мова 〈ítalʹânskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Italian language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-італья́нску 〈pa-ítalʹấnsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Italian'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) італья́нская 〈ítalʹấnskaâ〉
іхны 〈íhny〉
determiner: {{head}}
  1. (possessive pronoun, common, colloquial) their
Synonyms: іх
карэйская мова 〈karéjskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Korean language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-карэ́йску 〈pa-karé́jsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Korean'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) карэ́йская 〈karé́jskaâ〉
каталонская мова 〈katalonskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Catalan language
Synonyms: (colloquial) катало́нская 〈katalónskaâ〉
кашубская мова 〈kašubskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Kashubian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) кашу́бская 〈kašúbskaâ〉
кітайская мова 〈kítajskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Chinese language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-кіта́йску 〈pa-kítájsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Chinese'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) кіта́йская 〈kítájskaâ〉
корнская мова 〈kornskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Cornish language
Synonyms: (colloquial) ко́рнская 〈kórnskaâ〉
лайно 〈lajno〉
noun: {{head}}
  1. (vulgar) shit
Synonyms: гаўно 〈gaŭno〉
лаоская мова 〈laoskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Lao language, the Laotian language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-лао́ску 〈pa-laósku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Lao'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) лао́ская 〈laóskaâ〉
латышская мова 〈latyšskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Latvian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) латышская 〈latyšskaâ〉
лацінская мова 〈lacínskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Latin language
Synonyms: (colloquial) лаці́нская 〈lací́nskaâ〉
літоўская мова 〈lítoŭskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Lithuanian language
Synonyms: літоўская 〈lítoŭskaâ〉 (colloquial)
ліўская мова 〈líŭskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Livonian language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-лі́ўску 〈pa-lí́ŭsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Livonian'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) лі́ўская 〈lí́ŭskaâ〉
люксембургская мова 〈lûksemburgskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Luxembourgish language
Synonyms: (colloquial) люксембу́ргская 〈lûksembúrgskaâ〉
македонская мова 〈makedonskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Macedonian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) македонская 〈makedonskaâ〉
мангольская мова 〈mangolʹskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Mongolian language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-манго́льску 〈pa-mangólʹsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Mongolian'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) манго́льская 〈mangólʹskaâ〉
мо 〈mo〉
pronoun: {{head}}
  1. (adverb) maybe (informal)
мэнкская мова 〈ménkskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Manx language, the Manx Gaelic language
Synonyms: (colloquial) мэ́нкская 〈mé́nkskaâ〉
нарвежская мова 〈narvežskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Norwegian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) нарве́жская 〈narvéžskaâ〉
ніжнелужыцкая мова 〈nížnelužyckaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Lower Sorbian language, the Lower Lusatian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) ніжнелужыцкая 〈nížnelužyckaâ〉
нямецкая мова 〈nâmeckaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the German language
Synonyms: (colloquial) нямецкая 〈nâmeckaâ〉
партугальская мова 〈partugalʹskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Portuguese language
Synonyms: (colloquial) партуга́льская 〈partugálʹskaâ〉
персідская мова 〈persídskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Persian language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-персі́дску 〈pa-persí́dsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Persian'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) персі́дская 〈persí́dskaâ〉, фарсі́ 〈farsí́〉
пізда 〈pízda〉 etymology From Proto-Slavic *pizda, from Proto-Balto-Slavic *pīˀsdāˀ, from Proto-Indo-European *písdeh₂ 〈*písdeh₂〉.
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. (vulgar, taboo slang) pussy, cunt
польская мова 〈polʹskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Polish language
Synonyms: (colloquial) польская 〈polʹskaâ〉
румынская мова 〈rumynskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Romanian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) румынская 〈rumynskaâ〉
руская 〈ruskaâ〉
adjective: {{head}}
  1. Russian (feminine of рускі)
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. Russian (female), an ethnic Russian person (for other ethnicities living in Russia, see расіянін, расіянка)
  2. (colloquial) the Russian language
Synonyms: руская мова 〈ruskaâ mova〉
руская мова 〈ruskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Russian language
Synonyms: руская 〈ruskaâ〉 (colloquial)
сербская мова 〈serbskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Serbian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) сербская 〈serbskaâ〉
славацкая мова 〈slavackaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Slovak language
Synonyms: (colloquial) славацкая 〈slavackaâ〉
славенская мова 〈slavenskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Slovene language
Synonyms: (colloquial) славенская 〈slavenskaâ〉
славінская мова 〈slavínskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Slovincian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) славі́нская 〈slaví́nskaâ〉
тагальская мова 〈tagalʹskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Tagalog language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-тага́льску 〈pa-tagálʹsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Tagalog'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) тага́льская 〈tagálʹskaâ〉
тайская мова 〈tajskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Thai language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-та́йску 〈pa-tájsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Thai'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) та́йская 〈tájskaâ〉
турэцкая мова 〈turéckaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Turkish language
Synonyms: (colloquial) турэцкая 〈turéckaâ〉
угорская мова 〈ugorskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Hungarian language
Synonyms: венгерская мова 〈vengerskaâ mova〉, (colloquial) угорская 〈ugorskaâ〉, (colloquial) венгерская 〈vengerskaâ〉
украінская 〈ukraínskaâ〉
adjective: {{head}}
  1. Ukrainian (feminine of украінскі)
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) the Ukrainian language
Synonyms: украінская мова 〈ukraínskaâ mova〉
украінская мова 〈ukraínskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Ukrainian language
Synonyms: украінская 〈ukraínskaâ〉 (colloquial)
фарэрская мова 〈farérskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Faroese language
Synonyms: (colloquial) фарэ́рская 〈faré́rskaâ〉
фінская мова 〈fínskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Finnish language
Synonyms: (colloquial) фі́нская 〈fí́nskaâ〉
французская мова 〈francuzskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the French language
Synonyms: (colloquial) французская 〈francuzskaâ〉
фрызская мова 〈fryzskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Frisian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) фры́зская 〈frýzskaâ〉
харвацкая мова 〈harvackaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Croatian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) харвацкая 〈harvackaâ〉
хімія 〈hímíâ〉 pronunciation
  • [ˈxʲimʲɪjə]
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. chemistry
  2. (colloquial) perm (hairstyle)
хуй 〈huj〉 etymology Proto-Slavic *xujь 〈*xujʹ〉
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. (vulgar, taboo slang) dick, prick, cock
хуйло 〈hujlo〉 etymology From хуй 〈huj〉.
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) dickhead, dipshit, asshole
чарнагорская мова 〈čarnagorskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Montenegrin language
Synonyms: (colloquial) чарнагорская 〈čarnagorskaâ〉
чэшская мова 〈čéšskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Czech language
Synonyms: (colloquial) чэшская 〈čéšskaâ 〉
шатландская мова 〈šatlandskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Scottish Gaelic language, the Scots Gaelic language, the Gaelic language, the Erse language
Synonyms: (colloquial) шатла́ндская 〈šatlándskaâ〉
шведская мова 〈švedskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Swedish language
Synonyms: (colloquial) шве́дская 〈švédskaâ〉
эстонская мова 〈éstonskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Estonian language
Synonyms: (colloquial) эсто́нская 〈éstónskaâ〉
ябаць 〈âbacʹ〉 etymology From orv ебати 〈ebati〉, from Proto-Slavic *jebati, from Proto-Indo-European *h₃yebʰ- 〈*h₃yebʰ-〉.
verb: {{be-verb}}
  1. (vulgar) to fuck
японская мова 〈âponskaâ mova〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{be-noun}}
  1. the Japanese language
  • When using verbs expressing language skills, the adverbial form па-япо́нску 〈pa-âpónsku〉 is used instead: e.g. ‘I speak Japanese'.
Synonyms: (colloquial) япо́нская 〈âpónskaâ〉

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