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Belarusian Wikipedia has an article on:
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EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic мълва (mŭlva), from Proto-Slavic *mъlva; cognate with Old Church Slavonic млъва (mlŭva, noise, mourning), Russian молва́ (molvá), Czech mluva.

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  • IPA(key): [ˈmova]
  • (file)

NounEdit

мо́ва (móvaf inanimate

  1. language
    белару́ская мо́ваbjelarúskaja móvathe Belarusian language; Belarusian

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UkrainianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic мълва (mŭlva), from Proto-Slavic *mъlva; cognate with Old Church Slavonic млъва (mlŭva, noise, mourning), Russian молва́ (molvá), Czech mluva.

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мо́ва (móvaf inan (genitive мо́ви, nominative plural мо́ви)

  1. language (system of communication using words or symbols)
    • 1955, Панас Мирний, V, 314:
      Найбільше і найдорожче добро в кожного народу — це його мова.
      Najbilʹše i najdorožče dobro v kožnoho narodu — ce joho mova.
      The greatest and most valuable good in every nation — is its language.
  2. (grammar) speech

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