Macedonian

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Etymology 1

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Conjunction

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дур (dur)

  1. (dialectal, poetic) till, until
    Synonym: дури (duri)

Etymology 2

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Borrowed from German Dur.

Noun

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дур (durm (relational adjective дурски)

  1. major (music)
    Antonym: мол (mol)

Mongolian

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Etymology

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From Proto-Mongolic *dura, compare Buryat дуран (duran), Kalmyk дурн (durn).

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Noun

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дур (dur)

  1. a wish, a desire

Ossetian

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Etymology

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Abaev considered the word to be a "Caucasian" borrowing, comparing it to Georgian ტალი (ṭali, flint), Svan ტოლ (ṭol), Chechen тӏулг (tʼulg, stone), Ingush тӏолг (tʼolg).[1] Bielmeier and Cheung consider such connection to be phonologically difficult; following Bailey, Cheung notes a possible Iranian correspondence in Khotanese dūra (hard; hard clod or stone), comparing both words to Latin durus (hard).[2][3]

Noun

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дур (dur)

  1. stone

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  1. ^ Abajev, V. I. (1958) Историко-этимологический словарь осетинского языка [Historical-Etymological Dictionary of the Ossetian Language] (in Russian), volume I, Moscow and Leningrad: Academy Press, page 376
  2. ^ Bailey, Harold Walter (1957) “Dvārā matīnām”, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, volume 20, number 1/3, →DOI, page 58 of 41–59
  3. ^ Cheung, Johnny (2002) Studies in the Historical Development of the Ossetic Vocalism (Beitrage Zur Iranistik; 23), Wiesbaden: Dr. Ludwig Reichert, →ISBN, page 209

Further reading

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  • Bielmeier, Roland (1977) Historische Untersuchung zum Erb- und Lehnwortschatzanteil im ossetischen Grundwortschatz (Europäische Hochschulschriften; 2) (in German), Frankfurt am Main, Bern and Las Vegas: Peter Lang, pages 144–146
  • Comrie, Bernard, Khalilov, Madzhid (2010) Словарь языков и диалектов народов Северного Кавказа: Сопоставление основной лексики [The Dictionary of languages and dialects of the peoples of the Northern Caucasus: Comparison of the basic lexicon], Leipzig and Makhachkala: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, page 49

Russian

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Noun

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дур (durf anim pl

  1. genitive/accusative plural of ду́ра (dúra)

Rutul

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Noun

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дур (transliteration needed)

  1. name

Tajik

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Adjective

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Dari دور
Iranian Persian
Tajik дур

дур (dur)

  1. far
  2. distant

Adverb

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дур (dur)

  1. away

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Udmurt

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Etymology

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From Proto-Permic *dɔr, from Proto-Finno-Permic *terä. Cognates include Finnish terä and possibly also Hungarian tőr (dagger).

Permic cognates include Komi-Zyrian дор (dor) and Komi-Permyak дор (dor).

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  • IPA(key): [ˈdur]
  • Rhymes: -ur
  • Hyphenation: дур

Noun

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дур (dur)

  1. border, edge, side

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References

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  • L. E. Kirillova, L. L. Karpova, editors (2008), “дур”, in Удмурт-ӟуч кыллюкам [Udmurt-Russian dictionary], Izhevsk: Удмуртский институт истории, языка и литературы УрО РАН, →ISBN, page 191
  • T. V. Voronova, T. A. Poyarkova, editor (2012), Удмурт-ӟуч, ӟуч-удмурт кыллюкам [Udmurt-Russian, Russian-Udmurt dictionary] (overall work in Russian), Izhevsk: Книжное издательство «Удмуртия», →ISBN, page 23
  • Yrjö Wichmann, Toivo Emil Uotila (1987) Mikko Korhonen, editor, Wotjakischer Wortschatz [Votyak Vocabulary] (Lexica Societatis Fenno-Ugricae; Volume 21) (overall work in German), Helsinki: Suomalais-ugrilainen Seura, →ISBN, →ISSN, page 39

Ukrainian

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Etymology

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *durь.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [dur]
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  • Rhymes: -ur
  • Hyphenation: дур

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дур (durm inan (genitive ду́ру, uncountable)

  1. (colloquial) folly, foolishness, nonsense
  2. (slang) marijuana, grass

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