See also: лінія
Borrowed from Polish linia or German Linie, from Latin līnea (“line, thread”), from līnum (“flax”), from Proto-Indo-European *līno-. From the same Indo-European root derives лён (ljon, “flax”) (< *lьnъ (“flax”)).
- line (path through two or more points, or figuratively)
- (historical) line (old Russian unit of length equal to 1/10 of an inch, or 2.54 mm)
- (dated) a building housing a row of adjacent trading stalls; a cloth hall
- type of street or one side of a street
Declension of ли́ния (inan fem-form i-stem accent-a)