Bashkir

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Etymology

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Of unknown origin. Cognate with Tatar дым (dım, dampness, moisture), Kazakh дым (dym, dampness, moisture), Nogai дым (dım, dampness, moisture), Kumyk дым (dım, damp, moist), Southern Altai тым (tïm, silence), perhaps also Uzbek dim (stuffy, difficult to breath).

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [dɯ̞m]
  • Hyphenation: дым

Noun

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дым (dım)

  1. moistness, dampness; humidity, moisture

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Belarusian

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Etymology

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From Proto-Slavic *dymъ, from Proto-Indo-European *dʰuh₂mós (smoke).

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  • IPA(key): [dɨm]
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Noun

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дым (dymm inan (genitive ды́му, nominative plural дымы́, genitive plural дымо́ў)

  1. smoke

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References

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  • дым” in Belarusian–Russian dictionaries and Belarusian dictionaries at slounik.org

Carpathian Rusyn

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Etymology

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From Proto-Slavic *dymъ, from Proto-Indo-European *dʰuh₂mós (smoke).

Noun

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дым (dŷm)

  1. smoke
    Іщі ани не встиг вшыток дым підняти ся на Київ
    Išči any ne vstyh všŷtok dŷm pidnjaty sja na Kyjiv
    Not much smoke reached the Kiev

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Kumyk

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Adjective

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дым (dım)

  1. wet
    Synonyms: сув (suw), изгъар (izğar), йибиген (yibigen), бавукъ (bawuq)
    Antonym: къуру (quru)

Russian

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 дым on Russian Wikipedia

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Etymology

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *dymъ, from Proto-Indo-European *dʰuh₂mós (smoke).

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Noun

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дым (dymm inan (genitive ды́ма, nominative plural дымы́, genitive plural дымо́в, relational adjective ды́мный or дымово́й, diminutive дымо́к)

  1. smoke
  2. (historical, obsolete, taxation) taxable household unit in medieval Rus

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Tatar

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Noun

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дым (dım)

  1. damp
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