врага

BulgarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Probably from Proto-Slavic *vorga, akin to Proto-Slavic *vergti, *vьrgati (to roll; to cast). No exact cognates are attested in other Slavic languages.

Probably further akin to Proto-Germanic *warkiz (ache).

NounEdit

вра́га (vrágaf (related adjective бра́гов)

  1. (dialectal) edema, tumefaction (in result of an injury)
    Synonyms: подутина (podutina), оток (otok), цицина (cicina)
  2. (dialectal) open wound
  3. (taboo) disease of the liver
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Etymology 2Edit

NounEdit

врага́ (vragá)

  1. definite objective singular of враг (vrag, enemy)

Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

вра́га (vrága)

  1. inflection of враг (vrag, dale; large wound (dialectal)):
    1. definite objective singular
    2. count form

RussianEdit

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NounEdit

врага́ (vragám anim

  1. genitive/accusative singular of враг (vrag)