Macedonian edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Italian cavaliere.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

кавале́р (kavalérm (plural кавале́ри, relational adjective кавале́рски)

  1. cavalier, gentlemen

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Russian edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from French cavalier, Italian cavaliere.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [kəvɐˈlʲer]
  • (file)

Noun edit

кавале́р (kavalérm anim (genitive кавале́ра, nominative plural кавале́ры, genitive plural кавале́ров)

  1. cavalier
  2. knight (a person on whom knighthood has been conferred)
  3. a person decorated with an order
    Гео́ргиевский кавале́рGeórgijevskij kavaléra person decorated with the Cross of St. George
  4. male dance partner
  5. suitor, boyfriend (male partner in a romantic relationship)

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Descendants edit

  • Romanian: cavaler