Belarusian edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

From біруза (biruza, turquoise (stone)) +‎ -о́вы (-óvy), ultimately from Persianفیروزه(firuze).

Pronunciation edit

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Adjective edit

бірузо́вы (biruzóvy)

  1. turquoise

Declension edit

See also edit

Colors in Belarusian · ко́леры (kóljery) (layout · text)
     бе́лы (bjély)      шэ́ры (šéry), сівы́ (sivý)      чо́рны (čórny)
             чырво́ны (čyrvóny)              ара́нжавы (aránžavy); кары́чневы (karýčnjevy)              жо́ўты (žóŭty)
             сала́тавы (salátavy)              зялёны (zjaljóny)              смара́гдавы (smaráhdavy), ізумру́дны (izumrúdny), цёмна-зялёны (cjomna-zjaljony)
             бірузо́вы (biruzóvy)              блакі́тны (blakítny)              сі́ні (síni)
             фіяле́тавы (fijaljétavy)              пурпу́рны (purpúrny), багра́ны (bahrány)              ружо́вы (ružóvy)

References edit

  • бірузовы” in Belarusian–Russian dictionaries and Belarusian dictionaries at slounik.org