негр

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негр

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Etymology 1Edit

Borrowed from French nègre.

NounEdit

негр (negrm anim (genitive не́гра, nominative plural не́гры, genitive plural не́гров, feminine негритя́нка, related adjective негритя́нский)

  1. black (man); negro
  2. (colloquial, offensive, rare) someone who works for peanuts or for nothing, a slave
  3. (colloquial) ghost writer (usually in the idiom литерату́рный негр (literatúrnyj negr))
Usage notesEdit
  • The usage of the words негр (negr) or негритя́нка (negritjánka) in Russian is generally considered proper and not pejorative/derogative.
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  • Armenian: նեգր (negr)

Etymology 2Edit

NounEdit

негр (negrm anim (genitive не́гра, nominative plural не́гры, genitive plural не́гров)

  1. (colloquial) abbreviation of неграждани́н (negraždanín): non-citizen (used primarily in Latvia and Estonia)
    Тем не ме́нее, есть нема́ло «не́гров», кото́рые принципиа́льно не хотя́т получа́ть гражда́нство Ла́твии.
    Tem ne méneje, jestʹ nemálo “négrov”, kotóryje principiálʹno ne xotját polučátʹ graždánstvo Látvii.
    Nevertheless, there are many non-citizens who don't want to acquire Latvian citizenship on principle.
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