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EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic доуша (duša, soul), from Proto-Slavic *duša.

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NounEdit

душа́ (dušáf inanimate

  1. soul, spirit

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MacedonianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *duša.

NounEdit

душа (dušaf (plural души)

  1. soul
  2. (in the vocative) honey, sweetie, darling, dearie

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Etymology 1Edit

From Old East Slavic доуша (duša, soul), from Proto-Slavic *duša.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [dʊˈʂa]
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NounEdit

душа́ (dušáf inan (genitive души́, nominative plural ду́ши, genitive plural душ)

  1. soul
    от души́ot dušífrom the heart
    душа нараспа́шкуduša naraspáškufrank-hearted, heart on one's sleeve
    в глубине́ души́v glubiné dušídeep in one's heart
    брать за́ душуbratʹ zá dušutouch the heart
    душа в ду́шуduša v dúšuin perfect harmony/concord
    душа́ не на ме́стеdušá ne na mésteanxious, worried
    не по душе́ne po dušédispleases
    по душе́po dušépleasant
    криви́ть душо́йkrivítʹ dušójto equivocate, prevaricate, bend the truth
    стоя́ть над душо́йstojátʹ nad dušójto pester/harass/plague smb.
    душа́ в пя́тки ушла́dušá v pjátki ušláto have one's heart in one's mouth
    залеза́ть в ду́шу кому́-либоzalezátʹ v dúšu komú-liboto worm oneself into smb.'s confidence
    души́ не ча́ятьduší ne čájatʹto worship, to dote
    ско́лько душе́ уго́дноskólʹko dušé ugódnoto one's heart's content
    с душо́йs dušójwith spirit/feeling/zeal
    плева́ть в ду́шуplevátʹ v dúšuto trample on smb.'s feelings
    береди́ть ду́шуberedítʹ dúšuto stir up old feelings
    изли́ть ду́шуizlítʹ dúšuto pour one's heart out
    на ду́шу населе́нияna dúšu naselénijaper capita of the population
  2. spirit
  3. darling
    душа́ моя́!dušá mojá!my dear!
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NounEdit

ду́ша (dúšam inan

  1. genitive singular of душ (duš)

Etymology 3Edit

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ParticipleEdit

душа́ (dušá)

  1. present adverbial imperfective participle of души́ть (dušítʹ)

Serbo-CroatianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *duša.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /dǔːʃa/
  • Hyphenation: ду‧ша

NounEdit

ду́ша f (Latin spelling dúša)

  1. soul
  2. spirit

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UkrainianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic доуша (duša, soul), Proto-Slavic *duša.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

душа́ (dušáf inan (genitive душі́, nominative plural ду́ші)

  1. soul, spirit

DeclensionEdit