восемьдесят

RussianEdit

Russian numbers (edit)
800
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8
    Cardinal: во́семьдесят (vósemʹdesjat)
    Ordinal: восьмидеся́тый (vosʹmidesjátyj)
    Ordinal abbreviation: 80-ый (80-yj)

EtymologyEdit

Compounded from во́семь (vósemʹ) +‎ де́сять (désjatʹ), literally eight tens. Де́сят was the Old East Slavic genitive plural, which is required by numbers пять (pjatʹ, 5) and up.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈvosʲɪmdʲɪsʲɪt] (phonetic respelling: во́семдесят)
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NumeralEdit

во́семьдесят (vósemʹdesjat)

  1. eighty (80)

Usage notesEdit

восемьдесят (vosemʹdesjat) in the nominative case and accusative case governs the genitive plural of the noun. In other cases, it governs the corresponding plural case of the noun.

  • во́семьдесят ма́льчиковvósemʹdesjat málʹčikoveighty boys
  • с восемью́десятью ма́льчикамиs vosemʹjúdesjatʹju málʹčikamiwith eighty boys
  • ма́льчиков во́семьдесятmálʹčikov vósemʹdesjatapproximately eighty boys

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