Derived from Old East Slavic (Old Russian) угъ (ugъ, “south”), from Proto-Slavic *jugъ, whence also Russian юг (jug, “south”). The meaning evolved like this: "south" ⇒ "the time of the day when the sun is in the south" ⇒ "supper".
у́жин (úžin) m ?
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