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гриб

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *gribъ.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ɡrʲip]
  • (file)

NounEdit

гриб (gribm inan (genitive гриба́, nominative plural грибы́, genitive plural грибо́в)

  1. fungus (a category of eukaryotic organism, having cell walls but no chlorophyll)
  2. mushroom

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Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Slavic *grĩbъ.

NounEdit

гри̑б m (Latin spelling grȋb) (Kajkavian, obsolete)

  1. fungus
    Synonym: гљи̏ва
  2. (figuratively) germ, nidus, nucleus
    • 1870, “Kako se dojimlje rastivo carstvo obrazovanosti čovječje”, in Vijenac. Zabavi i pouci, volume 2, Zagreb: Dragutin Albrecht, page 524:
      Опазисмо међу осталим, да су гладне године подобније за буну и уроту и да Ирландезе разпалити могу не само политички разлози, већ и микроскопићки грибови.
      We point out amongst other things that hungry years are more leant towards upheavals and plots and that the Irish can be inflamed not only by political arguments, but also by microscopical germ-cells.
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гриб

Etymology 2Edit

From Greek γρίπος (grípos).

NounEdit

гри̑б m (Latin spelling grȋb) (Montenegro at Lake Skadar)

  1. seine, a kind of fishing-net
    Hypernym: мре̏жа
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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *gribъ.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

гриб (hrybm inan (genitive гриба́, nominative plural гриби́)

  1. fungus
  2. mushroom, toadstool

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