дъждь

Old Church SlavonicEdit

 
дъждь

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *dъždžь.

NounEdit

дъждь (dŭždĭm

  1. rain (βροχή)
    Synonym: тѫча (tǫča)
    Antonym: бездъждиѥ (bezdŭždije)
    • from Codex Marianus:
      i съниде дождъ и придѫ рѣкꙑ• и вьзвѣашѧ вѣтри•
      i sŭnide doždŭ i pridǫ rěky• i vĭzvěašę větri•
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    • from Vita Constantini, 1202300:
      въ тоу же нощь абиѥ ѡть бога дьждь бꙑсть.
      vŭ tu že noštĭ abije otĭ boga dĭždĭ bystĭ.
      That very same night God sent rain.
  2. ? (ὑετός)
  3. ? (ὄμβρος)
    • Ретъко, editor (1025±50?), “дъжда”, in Codex Suprasliensis (in Old Church Slavonic), page (leaf) 215, line 25
      безъ земьнааго троужданиꙗ живѫшта· безъ дъжда кръмꙙшта сꙙ·
      bezŭ zemĭnaago truždanija živǫšta· bezŭ dŭžda krŭmęšta sę·
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    • Ретъко, editor (1025±50?), “дъжда”, in Codex Suprasliensis (in Old Church Slavonic), page (leaf) 242, line 10
      ни источника ни езера· ни дъжда ни творꙙштааго молитвꙑ·
      ni istočnika ni ezera· ni dŭžda ni tvoręštaago molitvy·
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Usage notesEdit

  • "βροχή" in: Sin.psal. (2/4), Mar.evan. (2/2)[1]
  • "ὑετός" in: Supr. (3/5), Sin.psal. (2/4)[2]
  • "ὄμβρος" in: Supr. (2/5)[3]

DeclensionEdit

Derived termsEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Bulgarian: дъжд (dǎžd)
  • Macedonian: дожд (dožd)
  • Serbo-Croatian: дажд

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Vatroslav Jagić (1883), “дъждь”, in Памятникъ глаголической письменности. Маріинское четвероевангеліе съ примѣчаніями и приложеніями. (in Russian), Saint Petersburg: Imperial Academy of Sciences, page 505
  2. ^ Сергѣй Северьяновъ (1922), “дъждь”, in Синайская псалтырь. Глаголическій памятникъ XI вѣка. (in Russian), Saint Petersburg (Petrograd): Отдѣленіе русскаго языка и словесности Россійской Академіи Наукъ, page 241
  3. ^ Karl Meyer (1935), “дъжд·ъ”, in Altkirchenslavisch-griechisches Wörterbuch des Codex Suprasliensis (in German), Glückstadt, Hamburg: Verlag J. J. Augustin, page 70

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