Братислава

Bulgarian

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Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [ˈbratisɫɐvɐ]
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Бра́тислава (Brátislavaf

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

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Chechen

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Russian Братисла́ва (Bratisláva), from Slovak Bratislava.

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Братисла́ва (Bratisláva)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

Chuvash

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Russian Братисла́ва (Bratisláva), from Slovak Bratislava.

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Братислава (Brat̬islava)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

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Komi-Permyak

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Russian Братисла́ва (Bratisláva), from Slovak Bratislava.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /bracisˈlaʋa/, [br̺äcisˈɫäʋä]
  • Hyphenation: Бра‧ти‧сла‧ва

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Братислава (Braťislava)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

Kyrgyz

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Russian Братисла́ва (Bratisláva), from Slovak Bratislava.

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Братислава (Bratislava) (Arabic spelling براتئسلاۋا)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

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Lezgi

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Russian Братисла́ва (Bratisláva), from Slovak Bratislava.

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Братисла́ва (Bratisláva)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

Macedonian

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Братислава (Bratislavaf (relational adjective братиславски)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

Derived terms

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References

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  • Братислава”, in Правопис на македонскиот јазик (Pravopis na makedonskiot jazik) [Orthography of the Macedonian language]‎[1] (in Macedonian), 2nd edition, Skopje: Institute of Macedonian language "Krste Misirkov" – Skopje, 2017, page 293

Russian

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Etymology

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Transliteration of Slovak Bratislava.

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Братисла́ва (Bratislávaf inan (genitive Братисла́вы, relational adjective братисла́вский)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

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Descendants

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  • Kyrgyz: Братислава (Bratislava)

Serbo-Croatian

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Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /brǎtislaʋa/
  • Hyphenation: Бра‧ти‧сла‧ва

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Бра̀тислава f (Latin spelling Bràtislava)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

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Tajik

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Russian Братисла́ва (Bratisláva), from Slovak Bratislava.

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  • IPA(key): /brätisˈlävä/, [brät̪ʰislǽvä]

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Братислава (Bratislava)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

Tatar

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Borrowed from Russian Братисла́ва (Bratisláva), from Slovak Bratislava.

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Братисла́ва (Bratisláwa)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

Udmurt

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Russian Братисла́ва (Bratisláva), from Slovak Bratislava.

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Братислава (Braťislava)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

Ukrainian

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Borrowed from Slovak Bratislava.

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Братисла́ва (Bratyslávaf inan (genitive Братисла́ви, uncountable, relational adjective братисла́вський)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

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Yakut

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Russian Братисла́ва f (Bratisláva), from Slovak Bratislava f.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /bɾa.tis.laː.va/
  • Hyphenation: Бра‧тис‧ла‧ва

Proper noun

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Братислава (Bratislava)

  1. Bratislava (the capital and largest city of Slovakia)

Declension

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