Bulgarian edit

Etymology 1 edit

From Proto-Slavic *moře, reanalyzed as an *-ę stem, from Proto-Indo-European *móri.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [moˈrɛ]
  • (file)

Noun edit

море́ (morén (relational adjective мо́рски)

  1. sea, briny
  2. seaside
  3. (figuratively) thousands of, a wilderness of, as in море от люде - thousands of people
Declension edit

Etymology 2 edit

Borrowed from Greek μωρέ (moré), frozen vocative of μωρός (morós), meaning stupid, but commonly used as a colloquial address.

Pronunciation edit

Particle edit

мо́ре (móre)

  1. (archaic) you (general vocative expression, used to augment an address)

References edit

  • море”, in Речник на българския език [Dictionary of the Bulgarian Language] (in Bulgarian), Sofia: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2014
  • море”, in Речник на българския език [Dictionary of the Bulgarian Language] (in Bulgarian), Chitanka, 2010

Komi-Zyrian edit

 
Море.

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Russian море (more).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ˈmore/, [ˈmo̞re]
  • Hyphenation: мо‧ре

Noun edit

море (more)

  1. sea

Declension edit

Declension of море (stem: море-)
singular plural
nominative море (more) мореяс (morejas)
accusative I* море (more) мореяс (morejas)
II* мореӧс (moreös) мореясӧс (morejasös)
instrumental мореӧн (moreön) мореясӧн (morejasön)
comitative морекӧд (moreköd) мореяскӧд (morejasköd)
caritive моретӧг (moretög) мореястӧг (morejastög)
consecutive морела (morela) мореясла (morejasla)
genitive морелӧн (morelön) мореяслӧн (morejaslön)
ablative морелысь (morelyś) мореяслысь (morejaslyś)
dative морелы (morely) мореяслы (morejasly)
inessive мореын (moreyn) мореясын (morejasyn)
elative мореысь (moreyś) мореясысь (morejasyś)
illative мореӧ (moreö) мореясӧ (morejasö)
egressive моресянь (moreśań) мореяссянь (morejasśań)
approximative морелань (morelań) мореяслань (morejaslań)
terminative мореӧдз (moreödź) мореясӧдз (morejasödź)
prolative I мореӧд (moreöd) мореясӧд (morejasöd)
II мореті (moreti) мореясті (morejasti)
*) Animate nouns almost exclusively take the type II accusative ending, whereas inanimate nouns can be used with either ending, but are more often found with type I.
Possessive declension of море
First person singular
singular plural
nominative мореӧй (moreöj) мореясӧй (morejasöj)
accusative I* мореӧй (moreöj) мореясӧй (morejasöj)
II* мореӧс (moreös) мореясӧс (morejasös)
instrumental моренам (morenam) мореяснам (morejasnam)
comitative мореӧйкӧд (moreöjköd) мореясӧйкӧд (morejasöjköd)
caritive моретӧгым (moretögym) мореястӧгым (morejastögym)
consecutive мореӧйла (moreöjla) мореясӧйла (morejasöjla)
genitive мореӧйлӧн (moreöjlön) мореясӧйлӧн (morejasöjlön)
ablative мореӧйлысь (moreöjlyś) мореясӧйлысь (morejasöjlyś)
dative мореӧйлы (moreöjly) мореясӧйлы (morejasöjly)
inessive мореам (moream) мореясам (morejasam)
elative моресьым (moreśym) мореяссьым (morejasśym)
illative мореам (moream) мореясам (morejasam)
egressive моресяньым (moreśańym) мореяссяньым (morejasśańym)
approximative мореланьым (morelańym) мореясланьым (morejaslańym)
terminative мореӧдзым (moreödźym) мореясӧдзым (morejasödźym)
prolative I мореӧдым (moreödym) мореясӧдым (morejasödym)
II моретіым (moretiym) мореястіым (morejastiym)
*) Animate nouns almost exclusively take the type II accusative ending, whereas inanimate nouns can be used with either ending, but are more often found with type I.
Second person singular
singular plural
nominative мореыд (moreyd) мореясыд (morejasyd)
accusative I* мореыд (moreyd) мореясыд (morejasyd)
II* моретӧ (moretö) мореястӧ (morejastö)
instrumental моренад (morenad) мореяснад (morejasnad)
comitative мореыдкӧд (moreydköd) мореясыдкӧд (morejasydköd)
caritive моретӧгыд (moretögyd) мореястӧгыд (morejastögyd)
consecutive мореыдла (moreydla) мореясыдла (morejasydla)
genitive мореыдлӧн (moreydlön) мореясыдлӧн (morejasydlön)
ablative мореыдлысь (moreydlyś) мореясыдлысь (morejasydlyś)
dative мореыдлы (moreydly) мореясыдлы (morejasydly)
inessive мореад (moread) мореясад (morejasad)
elative моресьыд (moreśyd) мореяссьыд (morejasśyd)
illative мореад (moread) мореясад (morejasad)
egressive моресяньыд (moreśańyd) мореяссяньыд (morejasśańyd)
approximative мореланьыд (morelańyd) мореясланьыд (morejaslańyd)
terminative мореӧдзыд (moreödźyd) мореясӧдзыд (morejasödźyd)
prolative I мореӧдыд (moreödyd) мореясӧдыд (morejasödyd)
II моретіыд (moretiyd) мореястіыд (morejastiyd)
*) Animate nouns almost exclusively take the type II accusative ending, whereas inanimate nouns can be used with either ending, but are more often found with type I.
Third person singular
singular plural
nominative мореыс (moreys) мореясыс (morejasys)
accusative I* мореыс (moreys) мореясыс (morejasys)
II* моресӧ (moresö) мореяссӧ (morejassö)
instrumental моренас (morenas) мореяснас (morejasnas)
comitative мореыскӧд (moreysköd) мореясыскӧд (morejasysköd)
caritive моретӧгыс (moretögys) мореястӧгыс (morejastögys)
consecutive мореысла (moreysla) мореясысла (morejasysla)
genitive мореыслӧн (moreyslön) мореясыслӧн (morejasyslön)
ablative мореыслысь (moreyslyś) мореясыслысь (morejasyslyś)
dative мореыслы (moreysly) мореясыслы (morejasysly)
inessive мореас (moreas) мореясас (morejasas)
elative моресьыс (moreśys) мореяссьыс (morejasśys)
illative мореас (moreas) мореясас (morejasas)
egressive моресяньыс (moreśańys) мореяссяньыс (morejasśańys)
approximative мореланьыс (morelańys) мореясланьыс (morejaslańys)
terminative мореӧдзыс (moreödźys) мореясӧдзыс (morejasödźys)
prolative I мореӧдыс (moreödys) мореясӧдыс (morejasödys)
II моретіыс (moretiys) мореястіыс (morejastiys)
*) Animate nouns almost exclusively take the type II accusative ending, whereas inanimate nouns can be used with either ending, but are more often found with type I.
First person plural
singular plural
nominative мореным (morenym) мореясным (morejasnym)
accusative I* мореным (morenym) мореясным (morejasnym)
II* моренымӧ (morenymö) мореяснымӧ (morejasnymö)
instrumental моренаным (morenanym) мореяснаным (morejasnanym)
comitative моренымкӧд (morenymköd) мореяснымкӧд (morejasnymköd)
caritive моретӧгным (moretögnym) мореястӧгным (morejastögnym)
consecutive моренымла (morenymla) мореяснымла (morejasnymla)
genitive моренымлӧн (morenymlön) мореяснымлӧн (morejasnymlön)
ablative моренымлысь (morenymlyś) мореяснымлысь (morejasnymlyś)
dative моренымлы (morenymly) мореяснымлы (morejasnymly)
inessive мореаным (moreanym) мореясаным (morejasanym)
elative моресьыным (moreśynym) мореяссьыным (morejasśynym)
illative мореаным (moreanym) мореясаным (morejasanym)
egressive моресяньным (moreśańnym) мореяссяньным (morejasśańnym)
approximative мореланьным (morelańnym) мореясланьным (morejaslańnym)
terminative мореӧдзным (moreödźnym) мореясӧдзным (morejasödźnym)
prolative I мореӧдным (moreödnym) мореясӧдным (morejasödnym)
II моретіным (moretinym) мореястіным (morejastinym)
*) Animate nouns almost exclusively take the type II accusative ending, whereas inanimate nouns can be used with either ending, but are more often found with type I.
Second person plural
singular plural
nominative мореныд (morenyd) мореясныд (morejasnyd)
accusative I* мореныд (morenyd) мореясныд (morejasnyd)
II* моренытӧ (morenytö) мореяснытӧ (morejasnytö)
instrumental моренаныд (morenanyd) мореяснаныд (morejasnanyd)
comitative мореныдкӧд (morenydköd) мореясныдкӧд (morejasnydköd)
caritive моретӧгныд (moretögnyd) мореястӧгныд (morejastögnyd)
consecutive мореныдла (morenydla) мореясныдла (morejasnydla)
genitive мореныдлӧн (morenydlön) мореясныдлӧн (morejasnydlön)
ablative мореныдлысь (morenydlyś) мореясныдлысь (morejasnydlyś)
dative мореныдлы (morenydly) мореясныдлы (morejasnydly)
inessive мореаныд (moreanyd) мореясаныд (morejasanyd)
elative моресьыныд (moreśynyd) мореяссьыныд (morejasśynyd)
illative мореаныд (moreanyd) мореясаныд (morejasanyd)
egressive моресяньныд (moreśańnyd) мореяссяньныд (morejasśańnyd)
approximative мореланьныд (morelańnyd) мореясланьныд (morejaslańnyd)
terminative мореӧдзныд (moreödźnyd) мореясӧдзныд (morejasödźnyd)
prolative I мореӧдныд (moreödnyd) мореясӧдныд (morejasödnyd)
II моретіныд (moretinyd) мореястіныд (morejastinyd)
*) Animate nouns almost exclusively take the type II accusative ending, whereas inanimate nouns can be used with either ending, but are more often found with type I.
Third person plural
singular plural
nominative мореныс (morenys) мореясныс (morejasnys)
accusative I* мореныс (morenys) мореясныс (morejasnys)
II* моренысӧ (morenysö) мореяснысӧ (morejasnysö)
instrumental моренаныс (morenanys) мореяснаныс (morejasnanys)
comitative моренымкӧс (morenymkös) мореяснымкӧс (morejasnymkös)
caritive моретӧгныс (moretögnys) мореястӧгныс (morejastögnys)
consecutive моренысла (morenysla) мореяснысла (morejasnysla)
genitive мореныслӧн (morenyslön) мореясныслӧн (morejasnyslön)
ablative мореныслысь (morenyslyś) мореясныслысь (morejasnyslyś)
dative мореныслы (morenysly) мореясныслы (morejasnysly)
inessive мореаныс (moreanys) мореясаныс (morejasanys)
elative моресьыныс (moreśynys) мореяссьыныс (morejasśynys)
illative мореаныс (moreanys) мореясаныс (morejasanys)
egressive моресяньныс (moreśańnys) мореяссяньныс (morejasśańnys)
approximative мореланьныс (morelańnys) мореясланьныс (morejaslańnys)
terminative мореӧдзныс (moreödźnys) мореясӧдзныс (morejasödźnys)
prolative I мореӧдныс (moreödnys) мореясӧдныс (morejasödnys)
II моретіныс (moretinys) мореястіныс (morejastinys)
*) Animate nouns almost exclusively take the type II accusative ending, whereas inanimate nouns can be used with either ending, but are more often found with type I.

References edit

  • Bubrikh, Dmitry V. (1949) Грамматика литературного коми языка [Grammar of the literary Komi language] (in Russian), Leningrad: Zhdanov Leningrad State University, page 38
  • L. M. Beznosikova; E. A. Ajbabina; R. I. Kosnyreva (2000) Коми-русский словарь [Komi-Russian dictionary], →ISBN, page 394

Macedonian edit

Etymology 1 edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *moře, reanalyzed as an *-ę stem.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

море (moren (plural мориња, relational adjective морски)

  1. sea
Declension edit

Etymology 2 edit

Borrowed from Greek μωρέ (moré).

Interjection edit

море (more)

  1. An interjection used to threaten someone or reprimand him jokingly.
  2. An interjection used to reinforce a vocative phrase directed at a man.
Related terms edit

Old Church Slavonic edit

Etymology edit

From Proto-Slavic *moře.

Noun edit

мор҄е (morʹen

  1. Alternative form of морѥ (morje, sea)

Declension edit

Old East Slavic edit

 
Море.

Etymology edit

From Proto-Slavic *mȍře.

Pronunciation edit

  • (ca. 9th CE) IPA(key): /ˈmɔrʲɛ/
  • (ca. 11th CE) IPA(key): /ˈmɔrʲɛ/
  • (ca. 13th CE) IPA(key): /ˈmɔrʲɛ/
  • Hyphenation: мо‧ре

Noun edit

море (moren (related adjective морьскъ)

  1. sea, lake
    • 1377, Dmitry of Suzdal, Laurentian Codex[1], page 2:
      по сєму жє морю сѣдѧть варѧзи сѣмо ко въстоку до прєдѣла симова.
      po semu že morju sědętĭ varęzi sěmo ko vŭstoku do preděla simova.
      And along this sea the Varyags lived, and thence to the east up to the border of Sim.

Declension edit

Descendants edit

  • Old Ruthenian: мо́ре (móre), мо́рє (mórje)
  • Russian: мо́ре (móre) (see there for further descendants)

References edit

  • Sreznevsky, Izmail I. (1902), “море”, in Матеріалы для Словаря древне-русскаго языка по письменнымъ памятникамъ [Materials for the Dictionary of the Old East Slavic Language Based on Written Monuments]‎[2] (in Russian), volume 2 (Л – П), Saint Petersburg: Department of Russian Language and Literature of the Imperial Academy of Sciences, column 174

Russian edit

Pronunciation edit

Etymology 1 edit

Inherited from Old East Slavic море (more), from Proto-Slavic *moře, from Proto-Indo-European *móri, whence English marine and maritime.

The astronomical sense is a calque of New Latin mare (sea), with which it is cognate.

Noun edit

мо́ре (móren inan (genitive мо́ря, nominative plural моря́, genitive plural море́й, relational adjective морско́й)

  1. sea
    мо́ремmóremby sea
    за́ моремzá moremoverseas
    и́з-за мо́ряíz-za mórjafrom abroad
    на мо́реna móreat sea, at the seaside (location), or to the seaside (direction)
    у мо́ряu mórjaby the seaside
    к мо́рюk mórjuto the seaside / to the beach
    откры́тое мо́реotkrýtoje mórethe high seas
  2. (astronomy) mare (darker area on the Moon's surface)
    Мо́ре Споко́йствияMóre SpokójstvijaMare Tranquillitatis
Declension edit
Descendants edit

See also edit

Etymology 2 edit

Noun edit

мо́ре (mórem inan

  1. prepositional singular of мор (mor)

Serbo-Croatian edit

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /môːre/
  • Hyphenation: мо‧ре

Etymology 1 edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *moře, from Proto-Indo-European *móri.

Noun edit

мо̑ре n (Latin spelling mȏre)

  1. sea
Declension edit
Derived terms edit

See also edit

Etymology 2 edit

Borrowed from Greek μωρέ (moré). Possible doublet of бре.

Interjection edit

мо̑ре (Latin spelling mȏre)

  1. (Serbia) when spoken sharply, asserts that the speaker is stronger or older or more powerful than the addressee, sometimes expressing contempt or superiority
    • 1824, recorded by Vuk Stefanović Karadžić, Narodne srpske pjesme:
      »More, Marko, ne ori drumova!« / »More, Turci, ne gaz’te oranja!«
      »More, Marko, don’t plow up our roads!« / »More, Turks, don’t walk on my plowing!«
  2. (Serbia) when not spoken sharply, functions as a term of endearment or generic intensifier, cf. бре
Usage notes edit

Море is most often used in addressing a single male, more rarely when addressing groups of males, and more rarely still when addressing females.

Related terms edit

References edit

  • Tomislav Maretić, editor (1911-1916), “mȍre 1”, in Rječnik hrvatskoga ili srpskoga jezika (in Serbo-Croatian), volume 7, Zagreb: JAZU, page 4

Ukrainian edit

 
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Etymology edit

From Old East Slavic море (more), from Proto-Slavic *moře, from Proto-Indo-European *móri.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

мо́ре (móren inan (genitive мо́ря, nominative plural моря́, genitive plural морі́в)

  1. sea

Declension edit

References edit