кантар

BulgarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ottoman Turkish قنطار(kantar), from Arabic قِنْطَار(qinṭār), from Ancient Greek κεντηνάριον (kentēnárion), from Latin centēnārium (hundredweight).

NounEdit

канта́р (kantárm

  1. scale (device)
    Synonym: теглилка (teglilka)

DeclensionEdit


MacedonianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ottoman Turkish قنطار(kantar), from Arabic قِنْطَار(qinṭār), from Ancient Greek κεντηνάριον (kentēnárion), from Latin centēnārium (hundredweight).

NounEdit

кантар (kantarm

  1. scale (device)

DeclensionEdit


Serbo-CroatianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin cantharus, from Ancient Greek κάνθαρος (kántharos).

NounEdit

ка̏нта̄р m (Latin spelling kȁntār)

  1. sea bream

Etymology 2Edit

From Hungarian kantár, from Turkic.

NounEdit

ка̏нта̄р m (Latin spelling kȁntār)

  1. halter
  2. bridle

Etymology 3Edit

From Ottoman Turkish قنطار(kantar), from Arabic قِنْطَار(qinṭār), from Ancient Greek κεντηνάριον (kentēnárion), from Latin centēnārium (hundredweight).

NounEdit

ка̀нта̄р m (Latin spelling kàntār)

  1. steelyard
  2. kantar