Azerbaijani edit

Noun edit

ад (definite accusative ады, plural адлар)

  1. Cyrillic spelling of ad (name)

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Belarusian edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *otъ. Cognate with Russian от (ot) and Ukrainian від (vid), од (od).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [at]
  • Rhymes: -at
  • (file)

Preposition edit

ад (ad) (before consonant clusters ада)

  1. from

References edit

  • ад”, in Skarnik's Belarusian dictionary (in Belarusian), based on Kandrat Krapiva's Explanatory Dictionary of the Belarusian Language (1977-1984)

Bulgarian edit

Etymology edit

From Old Church Slavonic адъ (adŭ), from Ancient Greek ᾍδης (Hā́idēs).

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

ад (adm (relational adjective а́дски or а́дов)

  1. hell, inferno, perdition

Declension edit

References edit

  • ад”, in Речник на българския език [Dictionary of the Bulgarian Language] (in Bulgarian), Sofia: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2014
  • ад”, in Речник на българския език [Dictionary of the Bulgarian Language] (in Bulgarian), Chitanka, 2010
  • Georgiev, Vladimir I., editor (1971), “ад”, in Български етимологичен речник [Bulgarian Etymological Dictionary] (in Bulgarian), volume 1 (А – З), Sofia: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Pubg. House, →ISBN, page 4
  • ад”, in Български тълковен речник [Bulgarian Explanatory Dictionary] (in Bulgarian), fourth edition, Sofia: Nauka i Izkustvo, 2005, page 19

Anagrams edit

Kalmyk edit

Cyrillic Clear Script
ад (ad) ᠠᡑᠠ(ada)

Etymology edit

From Proto-Mongolic *ada.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

ад (ad)

  1. madness
  2. evil spirit

Adjective edit

ад (ad)

  1. (by extension) furious, invulnerable

Macedonian edit

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [at]
  • Hyphenation: ад

Noun edit

ад (adm (relational adjective а́дски)

  1. hell (the abode of the damned)
    Synonym: пе́кол m (pékol)

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See also edit

References edit

  • ад” in Дигитален речник на македонскиот јазик (Digitalen rečnik na makedonskiot jazik) [Digital dictionary of the Macedonian language] − drmj.eu

Mongolian edit

Etymology edit

From Proto-Mongolic *ada, likely a borrowing from Old Uyghur [script needed] (ada, menace).

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

ад (ad) (Mongolian spelling ᠠᠳᠠ (ada)); (regular declension)

  1. devil, evil spirit
  2. nuisance, menace

Adjective edit

ад (ad)

  1. sly
  2. weird

Ossetian edit

Noun edit

ад (ad)

  1. taste

Russian edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

Inherited from Old East Slavic адъ (adŭ), from Old Church Slavonic адъ (adŭ), from Ancient Greek ᾍδης (Hā́idēs).

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

ад (adm inan (genitive а́да, nominative plural а́ды, genitive plural а́дов, relational adjective а́дский or а́довый or а́дов, diminutive адо́к, augmentative а́дище)

  1. (Christianity or figuratively) hell, Hades (the abode of the damned)
    Synonyms: пе́кло (péklo), преиспо́дняя (preispódnjaja), гее́нна (gejénna)
    соше́ствие Христа́ в а́дsošéstvije Xristá v ádChrist's Harrowing of Hell
  2. (dialectal, Siberia) bog, unpassable mud

Declension edit

Related terms edit

Descendants edit

  • Ingrian: aada, vaadu
  • Kildin Sami: адт (adt)

Udi edit

Noun edit

ад (ad)

  1. smell

Ukrainian edit

 
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Etymology edit

Inherited from Old Ruthenian адъ (ad), from Old East Slavic адъ (adŭ), from Old Church Slavonic адъ (adŭ), from Ancient Greek ᾍδης (Hā́idēs). Doublet of Аї́д (Ajíd).

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

ад (adm inan (genitive а́ду, nominative plural а́ди, genitive plural а́дів)

  1. (dated) hell
    Synonym: пе́кло (péklo)

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