Bulgarian edit

 
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Screw

Etymology edit

Ultimately from German Gewinde (something coiled), through Russian винт (vint).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [vint]
  • (file)

Noun edit

винт (vintm (relational adjective ви́нтов)

  1. screw (a cylindrical metal element with a spiral groove for joining parts by turning)
    Synonym: ви́нтче (víntče)
  2. (technical) screw (ship's propeller)

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References edit

  • винт”, in Речник на българския език [Dictionary of the Bulgarian Language], Sofia: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2014
  • винт”, in Речник на българския език [Dictionary of the Bulgarian Language], Chitanka, 2010

Macedonian edit

 
различни винтови (навртки)
 
лев и десен винт (навој)

Etymology edit

Derived from German Gewinde (helical ridge or groove, as on a screw).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [vint]
  • Hyphenation: винт

Noun edit

винт (vintm (plural винтови)

  1. nut (that fits on a bolt)
    Synonym: навртка (navrtka)
  2. screw thread (helical ridge or groove)
    Synonym: навој (navoj)

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Russian edit

 
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винт

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Polish gwint, from German Gewinde.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

винт (vintm inan (genitive винта́, nominative plural винты́, genitive plural винто́в, relational adjective винтово́й, diminutive ви́нтик)

  1. screw
  2. propeller
  3. vint (card game, variety of whist)
  4. (slang, computing) hard disk (from Winchester, the codename of IBM 3340 drive)
  5. (slang) methamphetamine

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Descendants edit

  • Azerbaijani: vint
  • Estonian: vint
  • Kildin Sami: выӊӊт (vyn̥n̥t)