кухня

See also: кӯҳна

BelarusianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Old Ruthenian ку́хня (kúxnja) (attested since the 15th century), borrowed from Polish kuchnia.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈkuxnʲa]
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NounEdit

ку́хня (kúxnjaf inan (genitive ку́хні, nominative plural ку́хні, genitive plural ку́хань)

  1. kitchen
  2. cuisine

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BulgarianEdit

 
кухня

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ку́хня (kúhnjaf

  1. kitchen
  2. cuisine, cooking, cookery

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RussianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Since the 18th century. Borrowed from Czech kuchyně (kitchen) via Polish kuchnia (kitchen), from Old High German chuhhina, kuchī̆na (kitchen), from Latin cocina (kitchen). Displaced native Russian пова́рня (povárnja, kitchen).

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NounEdit

ку́хня (kúxnjaf inan (genitive ку́хни, nominative plural ку́хни, genitive plural ку́хонь, related adjective ку́хонный, diminutive ку́хонька)

  1. kitchen
  2. suite of furniture for a kitchen
  3. cuisine
  4. (figuratively) behind-the-scenes dealings or operation
    полити́ческая ку́хняpolitíčeskaja kúxnjathe nitty-gritty of politics

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UkrainianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Old Ruthenian ку́хня (kúxnja) (attested since the 15th century), borrowed from Polish kuchnia.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

ку́хня (kúxnjaf inan (genitive ку́хні, nominative plural ку́хні, genitive plural ку́хонь, related adjective кухо́нний)

  1. kitchen
  2. cuisine

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