See also: кіт, кит., and kit

Avar edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Russian кит (kit).

Noun edit

кит (kit)

  1. whale

Bulgarian edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Ancient Greek κῆτος (kêtos), of Pre-Greek origin.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [kit]
  • (file)

Noun edit

кит (kitm

  1. (countable) whale (mammal)
  2. (uncountable) putty, mastic
    Synonym: маджун (madžun)

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Anagrams edit

Kazakh edit

Alternative scripts
Arabic كيت
Cyrillic кит
Latin kit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Russian кит (kit), from Ancient Greek κῆτος (kêtos).

Noun edit

кит (kit)

  1. whale

Declension edit

Macedonian edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Ancient Greek κῆτος (kêtos), of Pre-Greek origin.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

кит (kitm

  1. whale
  2. putty

Declension edit

Moksha edit

Noun edit

кит (kit)

  1. indefinite plural nominative of ки (ki); roads
    • O. Je. Poljakov (1993) Russko-mokšanskij razgovornik [Russian-Moksha phrasebook], Saransk: Mordovskoje knižnoje izdatelʹstvo, →ISBN, page 135
      ки, — дорога
      ki , -t — doroga
      road, -s — road [in Russian]

Pronoun edit

кит (kit)

  1. indefinite plural nominative of кие (kije); who [pl.]
    • O. Je. Poljakov (1995) Učimsja govoritʹ po-mokšanski [Let's learn to speak Moksha], Saransk: Mordovskoje knižnoje izdatelʹstvo, →ISBN, page 4
      Кит молихть?
      Kit moľihť?
      Who [pl.] is going?

Northern Mansi edit

Northern Mansi numbers (edit)
20
[a], [b] ←  1 2 3  → 
    Cardinal: китыг (kityg), кит (kit)
    Ordinal: мо̄т (mōt), мо̄тыт (mōtyt), китыт (kityt)
    A.o.: мо̄титтыг (mōtittyg)
    Adverbial: китпис (kitpis)
    Multiplier: китписыӈ (kitpisyň)
    Distributive: китгыл (kitgyl)
    Number of people: китан (kitan)

Etymology edit

From Proto-Uralic *käktä.[1]

Pronunciation edit

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Numeral edit

кит (kit)

  1. two

References edit

  1. ^ Entry #227 in Uralonet, online Uralic etymological database of the Hungarian Research Centre for Linguistics.
  • Afanasʹjeva, K. V.; Sobjanina, S. A. (2012), “кит”, in Školʹnyj mansijsko-russkij slovarʹ) [Mansi-Russian school dictionary], Khanty-Mansiysk: RIO IRO

Russian edit

Alternative forms edit

Pronunciation edit

Etymology 1 edit

Borrowed from Old Church Slavonic китъ (kitŭ), from Ancient Greek κῆτος (kêtos).

Noun edit

кит (kitm anim (genitive кита́, nominative plural киты́, genitive plural кито́в, relational adjective кито́вый)

  1. whale
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Related terms edit
Descendants edit
  • Azerbaijani: kit
  • Bezhta: кит (kit)
  • Ingrian: kiitta
  • Kazakh: кит (kit)
  • Kyrgyz: кит (kit)
  • Tatar: кит (kit)
  • Turkmen: kit
  • Uyghur: ⁧كىت(kit)
  • Uzbek: kit

Etymology 2 edit

Noun edit

кит (kitf inan pl

  1. genitive plural of ки́та (kíta)

Etymology 3 edit

Abbreviation of Китай (Kitaj) or китаец (kitajec).

Noun edit

кит (kitm anim (genitive ки́та, nominative plural ки́ты, genitive plural ки́тов)

  1. (Russian Far East) a male Chinese person
  2. (university slang) the Chinese language
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Serbo-Croatian edit

Etymology edit

From Ancient Greek κῆτος (kêtos).

Noun edit

ки̏т m (Latin spelling kȉt)

  1. whale

Declension edit

Ukrainian edit

 
Ukrainian Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia uk

Etymology edit

Inherited from Old Ruthenian китъ (kit).

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

кит (kytm animal (genitive кита́, nominative plural кити́, genitive plural киті́в)

  1. whale

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References edit