See also: бајка

Dolgan edit

Noun edit

байка (bayka)

  1. side parts of the sledge, of the sleigh

Russian edit

Pronunciation edit

Etymology 1 edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *bajьka.

Noun edit

ба́йка (bájkaf inan (genitive ба́йки, nominative plural ба́йки, genitive plural ба́ек, relational adjective ба́ечный, diminutive ба́ечка)

  1. fable, fairy-tale, old wives' tales
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Etymology 2 edit

Per Vasmer, probably borrowed from Dutch baai, from French baie (woolen matter), from bai (chestnut-colored, bay), from Latin badius (chestnut-colored, bay). First attested in 1720.

Noun edit

ба́йка (bájkaf inan (genitive ба́йки, uncountable, relational adjective ба́йковый)

  1. baize, (thick) flannelette
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Descendants edit
  • Yakut: баайка (baayka)

Ukrainian edit

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ˈbai̯kɐ]
  • (file)

Etymology 1 edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *bajьka.

Noun edit

ба́йка (bájkaf inan (genitive ба́йки, nominative plural ба́йки, genitive plural ба́йок, relational adjective ба́єчний)

  1. fable, fairy-tale
Declension edit
Derived terms edit

 

Etymology 2 edit

Per Vasmer, probably borrowed from Dutch baai, from French baie (woolen matter), from bai (chestnut-colored, bay), from Latin badius (chestnut-colored, bay). First attested in 1720.

Noun edit

ба́йка (bájkaf inan (genitive ба́йки, uncountable, relational adjective ба́йковий)

  1. baize
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