драка

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Дърво драка

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Etymology 1Edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *dьraka.

NounEdit

дра́ка (drákaf (related adjective дра́кав or дра́кест)

  1. thornbush, bramble
    Дра́ка да изде́ре ня́кому очи́те (curse)Dráka da izdére njákomu očíte[Let] a thorn tear out one's eyes.
    като́ свра́ка на дра́ка (proverb)kató svráka na dráka(please add an English translation of this usage example) (literally, “as a crow on a bush”)
  2. Christ's thorn (tree, Paliurus spina-christi)
    Synonym: (Turkism) джи́гра (džígra)
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Etymology 2Edit

Originally from Russian дро́ка (dróka) (< Proto-Slavic *drokъ); eventually, merged into Etymology 1.

NounEdit

дра́ка (drákaf (related adjective дракли́в)

  1. (figuratively) teaser, irritant, quarrelsome/cranky/peevish fellow
    Synonyms: дразни́тел (draznítel), доса́дник (dosádnik)
    той е цяла дракаtoj e cjala drakahe has a chip on his shoulder
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RussianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *drokъ.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈdrakə]
  • (file)

NounEdit

дра́ка (drákaf inan (genitive дра́ки, nominative plural дра́ки, genitive plural драк)

  1. scuffle, fight, tussle
    Synonyms: потасо́вка (potasóvka), сва́лка (sválka), бата́лия (batálija)

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