See also: мастъ

Old Church Slavonic

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Etymology

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From Proto-Slavic *mastь.

Noun

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масть (mastĭf

  1. ointment

Russian

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Etymology

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From Proto-Slavic *mastь.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [masʲtʲ]
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Noun

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масть (mastʹf inan (genitive ма́сти, nominative plural ма́сти, genitive plural масте́й)

  1. color
    всех масте́йvsex mastéjof every stripe, of all denominations
    одно́й ма́сти, под одну́ мастьodnój másti, pod odnú mastʹof the same stripe, of the same kind
    в мастьv mastʹfitting, in keeping with
  2. (card games) suit

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Descendants

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  • Armenian: մաստ (mast)

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Suits in Russian · ма́сти (másti) (layout · text)
       
че́рвы (čérvy), че́рви (čérvi) бу́бны (búbny), бу́би (búbi) пи́ки (píki), ви́ни (víni) тре́фы (tréfy), кре́сти (krésti)

Ukrainian

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Etymology 1

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Noun

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масть (mastʹf inan (genitive ма́сті or ма́сти, nominative plural ма́сті, genitive plural масте́й)

  1. coat color (of an animal)
  2. (colloquial) color
  3. (card games) suit
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Etymology 2

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *mastь.

Noun

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масть (mastʹf inan (genitive ма́сті or ма́сти, nominative plural ма́сті, genitive plural масте́й)

  1. ointment
  2. lubricant
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