кого

BulgarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

PronounEdit

кого́ (kogósg (interrogative)

  1. accusative singular of кой (koj); whom, who (used as the direct object of a verb.)
    Кого поканиха?
    Kogo pokaniha?
    Whom did they invite?
    Попитах я кого е видяла.
    Popitah ja kogo e vidjala.
    I asked her who she had seen.
  2. prepositional singular of кой (koj); whom, who (used as the object of a preposition.)
    С кого разговарям?
    S kogo razgovarjam?
    With whom am I speaking?
    На кого да пиша?
    Na kogo da piša?
    To whom should I write?
    Чудя се от кого беше писмото.
    Čudja se ot kogo beše pismoto.
    I wonder who the letter was from.

Usage notesEdit

The accusative and prepositional forms are used only when кой is on its own (not in front of a noun) and refers to a person. In informal Bulgarian the nominative form is often used instead of the accusative and prepositional ones (Кой поканиха, с кой разговарям). This usage is not considered standard.

Related termsEdit


MacedonianEdit

PronounEdit

кого (kogo)

  1. Direct object form of кој (koj).

RussianEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [kɐˈvo] (phonetic respelling: ково́)
  • Rhymes: -o

PronounEdit

кого́ (kovó)

  1. accusative/genitive of кто (kto)