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Via German Autor, Russian а́втор (ávtor), and French auteur, ultimately from Latin auctor, agent noun of augeō (to augment).

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  • IPA(key): [ˈaftor]
  • (file)

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а́втор (ávtorm (feminine а́вторка, relational adjective а́вторски)

  1. male author, male originator
    Synonym: творец (tvorec)
  2. male perpetrator

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Alternative scripts
Arabic اۆتور
Cyrillic автор
Latin avtor
 
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Borrowed from Russian а́втор (ávtor), from Polish autor, from German Autor, from Latin auctor.

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автор (avtor)

  1. author

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автор (avtorm (relational adjective авторски)

  1. author

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Borrowed from Polish autor.

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а́втор (ávtorm anim (genitive а́втора, nominative plural а́вторы, genitive plural а́второв)

  1. author
  2. (criminal slang) the head of a criminal group

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  • Georgian: ავტორი (avṭori)
  • Ingrian: avtora
  • Kazakh: автор (avtor)
  • Yakut: ааптар (aaptar)

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а́втор (ávtorm pers (genitive а́втора, nominative plural автори́, genitive plural авторі́в, feminine а́вторка, relational adjective а́вторський)

  1. author

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