двое

See also: двоє and двое-

BelarusianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Cognates include Ukrainian дво́є (dvóje) and Russian дво́е (dvóje).

PronunciationEdit

DeterminerEdit

дво́е (dvóje)

  1. two
    (with pluralia tantum)
    У нас дво́е сане́й
    U nas dvóje sanjéj
    We have two sleds
    (with people)
    У яго́ дво́е дзяце́й
    U jahó dvóje dzjacjéj
    He has two children
  2. two of...
    Дво́е з іх
    Dvóje z ix
    Two of them

Usage notesEdit

Дво́е (Dvóje) is used with nouns that only have a plural form (pluralia tantum). It can also be used to denote a number of people. The nominative and accusative cases of a collective numeral govern the genitive plural of the noun, pronoun, or adjective. The other cases agree with that of the noun, pronoun, or adjective.

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RussianEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈdvoje]
  • (file)

NumeralEdit

дво́е (dvóje)

  1. two (in a group together), two of them
    дво́е дете́йdvóje detéjtwo children
    дво́е часо́вdvóje časóvtwo watches
    дво́е очко́вdvóje očkóvtwo pairs of glasses
    дво́е из насdvóje iz nastwo of us
    нас бы́ло дво́еnas býlo dvójethere were two of us

Usage notesEdit

  • The nominative of a collective numeral governs the genitive plural of the noun, pronoun, or adjective. For the other cases the noun, pronoun, or adjective will be in the same case (except when meaning "a pair of"). Not used with feminine nouns. Used mostly when speaking of children and with a few nouns that are used in the plural only, such as часы́ (časý), очки́ (očkí), or with pronouns.

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