Голодомор

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Ukrainian Голодомо́р (Holodomór), derived from Ukrainian мори́ти го́лодом (morýty hólodom, to kill by starvation). Compare го́лод (gólod, hunger) and мор (mor, plague, pestilence), мори́ть (morítʹ, to kill, to exterminate).

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Голодомо́р (Golodomórm inan (genitive Голодомо́ра)

  1. Holodomor (Ukrainian famine of 1932-33)

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UkrainianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From мори́ти го́лодом (morýty hólodom, to kill by starvation). Compare Czech hladomor.

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Proper nounEdit

Голодомо́р (Holodomórm inan (genitive Голодомо́ру, uncountable)

  1. Holodomor (Ukrainian famine of 1932-33)

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