листопад

MacedonianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *listopadъ (leaf fall; time of leaf fall), from *listъ (leaf) + *pasti (to fall).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈlistɔpat]
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NounEdit

листопад (listopadm

  1. (archaic) October

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RussianEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *listopadъ. Synchronically analyzable as лист (list) +‎ -о- (-o-) +‎ -пад (-pad), combining form of пасть (pastʹ) (compare 1sg. present паду́ (padú)).

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NounEdit

листопа́д (listopádm inan (genitive листопа́да, nominative plural листопа́ды, genitive plural листопа́дов)

  1. autumn fall of the leaves
  2. (archaic) October
    Synonym: октя́брь (oktjábrʹ)

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UkrainianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic листопадъ (listopadŭ, October), from Proto-Slavic *listopadъ (leaf fall; time of leaf fall), from *listъ (leaf) + *pasti (to fall). Cognates include Czech listopad (november) and Serbo-Croatian listopad (october).

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листопа́д (lystopádm inan (genitive листопа́да, nominative plural листопа́ди, genitive plural листопа́дів, related adjective листопа́довий)

  1. November (eleventh month of the Gregorian calendar)

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листопа́д (lystopádm inan (genitive листопа́ду, nominative plural листопа́ди, genitive plural листопа́дів, related adjective листопа́дний)

  1. autumn fall of the leaves
    Synonym: падоли́ст (padolýst)

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