Москва

See also: Масква

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Proper nounEdit

Москва (Moskva)

  1. Moscow (a federal city, the capital of Russia)
  2. Moscow (an oblast of Russia, surrounding the city of Moscow)

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Москва́ (Moskváf (related adjective моско́вски)

  1. Moscow (a federal city, the capital of Russia)

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DunganEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Russian Москва́ (Moskvá).

NounEdit

Москва (Moskva)

  1. Moscow (a federal city, the capital of Russia)
  2. Moscow (an oblast of Russia, surrounding the city of Moscow)

Usage notesEdit

  • This Dungan word is a borrowed word and has no corresponding Chinese character.

KyrgyzEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Russian Москва́ (Moskvá).

Proper nounEdit

Москва (Moskva)

  1. Moscow (a federal city, the capital of Russia)
    Synonym: Мөскөө (Mösköö)
  2. Moscow (an oblast of Russia, surrounding the city of Moscow)
    Synonym: Мөскөө (Mösköö)

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MacedonianEdit

 
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Москва (Moskvaf

  1. Moscow (a federal city, the capital of Russia)

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PronunciationEdit

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Москва (Moskva) (Mongolian spelling ᠮᠣᠰᠻᠸᠠ (moskwa))

  1. Moscow (a federal city, the capital of Russia)
  2. Moscow (an oblast of Russia, surrounding the city of Moscow)

RussianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic Москꙑ (Mosky), originally referring to the river, probably from Proto-Slavic *mosky of unknown origin. Perhaps related to Czech moskva (raw bread), Slovak mozga (puddle), Polish Mozgawa, and more distantly Lithuanian mazgóti (to wash, rinse), Sanskrit मज्जति (májjati, to sink), Latin mergō (to dive). May be connected to Finnish Masku.[1]

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [mɐskˈva]
  • (file)

Proper nounEdit

Москва́ (Moskváf inan (genitive Москвы́, related adjective моско́вский)

  1. Moscow (a federal city, the capital of Russia)
    Synonyms: Белока́менная (Belokámennaja), Златогла́вая (Zlatoglávaja), Первопресто́льная (Pervoprestólʹnaja), М. (M.) (abbreviation), М (M) (abbreviation)
    в Москве́v Moskvéin Moscow
    в Москву́v Moskvúto Moscow
    из Москвы́iz Moskvýfrom Moscow
  2. Moskva (a river in Russia)
    Synonym: Москва́-река́ (Moskvá-reká)
    Москва́ впада́ет в Оку́ у го́рода Коло́мна.Moskvá vpadájet v Okú u góroda Kolómna.The Moskva flows into the Oka River near the town of Kolomna.
  3. the government of the Russian Federation
    Москва́ так и не отве́тила на тре́бования Вашингто́на.Moskvá tak i ne otvétila na trébovanija Vašingtóna.Moscow has never responded to Washington's demands.

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DescendantsEdit

  • Kyrgyz: Москва (Moskva)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Vasmer, Max (1964–1973), “Москва”, in Etimologičeskij slovarʹ russkovo jazyka [Etymological Dictionary of the Russian Language] (in Russian), translated from German and supplemented by Oleg Trubačóv, Moscow: Progress

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RusynEdit

Proper nounEdit

Москва́ (Moskváf

  1. Moscow (a federal city, the capital of Russia)

Serbo-CroatianEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /môskʋa/
  • Hyphenation: Мос‧ква

Proper nounEdit

Мо̏сква f (Latin spelling Mȍskva)

  1. Moscow (a federal city, the capital of Russia)

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Москва (Moskva)

  1. Alternative form of Маскав (Maskav)

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PronunciationEdit

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Москва́ (Moskváf inan (genitive Москви́, uncountable, related adjective моско́вський)

  1. Moscow (a federal city, the capital of Russia)
    у/в Москві́u/v Moskvíin Moscow
    у/в Москву́, до Москви́u/v Moskvú, do Moskvýto Moscow
    з Москви́z Moskvýfrom Moscow

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