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Etymology edit

Inherited from Old East Slavic *вересень (*veresenĭ, September). Compare Old Church Slavonic врѣсень (vrěsenĭ), whence Old East Slavic врѣсень (vrěsenĭ, September). Cognates include Belarusian верасень (vjerasjenʹ, September) and Polish wrzesień. Related to Russian ве́реск (véresk, heather).

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  • IPA(key): [ˈvʲerʲɪsʲɪnʲ]

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ве́ресень (véresenʹm inan (genitive ве́ресеня, nominative plural ве́ресени, genitive plural ве́ресеней)

  1. (obsolete) September
    Synonym: сентя́брь (sentjábrʹ)

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Etymology edit

Inherited from Old East Slavic *вересень (*veresenĭ, September). Compare Old Church Slavonic врѣсень (vrěsenĭ), whence Old East Slavic врѣсень (vrěsenĭ, September). By surface analysis, ве́рес (véres, heather) +‎ -ень (-enʹ), since heather flowers in September. Cognates include Belarusian ве́расень (vjérasjenʹ, September) and Polish wrzesień.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ˈʋɛresenʲ]
  • (file)

Noun edit

ве́ресень (véresenʹm inan (genitive ве́ресня, nominative plural ве́ресні, genitive plural ве́реснів, relational adjective вересне́вий)

  1. September

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