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NounEdit

венец (venécm

  1. wreath, garland, chaplet
  2. halo, nimbus, aureole, crown
  3. string (of onions, etc.)
  4. (botany) corolla
  5. (technology) ratchet ring
  6. (anatomy) gum, gingiva

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MacedonianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *věnьcь.

NounEdit

венец (venecm

  1. wreath, garland

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RussianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

ве́нец (vénecm anim (genitive ве́нца, nominative plural ве́нцы, genitive plural ве́нцев, feminine ве́нка)

  1. Viennese
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Etymology 2Edit

Inherited from Old East Slavic вѣньць (věnĭcĭ), from Proto-Slavic *vĕnьcь, from *vĕnъ (wreath) + *-ьcь, details of further origin unclear (possibly from Proto-Indo-European *woh₁y-nos or derived later) but ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *weh₁y- (to twist, wind, weave).

Cognate to вен (ven), венок (venok), веник (venik), вейка (vejka), вить (vitʹ).

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вене́ц (venécm inan (genitive венца́, nominative plural венцы́, genitive plural венцо́в)

  1. crown
    терно́вый вене́цternóvyj venéccrown of thorns
  2. wreath, garland
    вести́ под вене́ц
    vestí pod venéc
    lead to the altar
  3. (astronomy) corona
  4. (religion) halo
  5. (construction) row of beams
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