мунса

BashkirEdit

 
Мунса инеү.
In a banya.

EtymologyEdit

(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.) Cognate with Tatar мунча (munça), Kazakh монша (monşa), Kyrgyz мончо (monço), Uyghur مونچا(moncha), Uzbek mo'rcha (banya); also Southern Altai мылча (mïlča), Shor мылча, Khakas мылча (mılça, banya).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [munˈsɑ]
  • Hyphenation: мун‧са

NounEdit

мунса (munsa)

  1. banya, wet sauna; a type of steam bath popular in Russia
    Ҡара мунса.
    Qara munsa.
    A "black" banya, where the smoke escapes through a hole in the wall or ceiling, rather than through a chimney.
  2. public bath
    Мунсаға бер барғанда сабыныу бүлмәһенә кәмендә өс тапҡыр инеп сығам.
    Munsağa ber barğanda sabïnïw bülmähenä kämendä ös tapqïr inep sïğam.
    On a single visit to a public bath, I go to the steam room at least three times.

DeclensionEdit