Bulgarian edit

Etymology edit

From Proto-Slavic *neděľa.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [nɛˈdɛlʲɐ]
  • (file)

Noun edit

неде́ля (nedéljaf (relational adjective неде́лен)

  1. Sunday

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Etymology edit

Inherited from Old East Slavic недѣлꙗ (nedělja, Sunday), from Proto-Slavic *neděľa (Sunday). By surface analysis, не- (ne-, not) +‎ де́л- (dél-, work) +‎ (-ja). Originally used to mean Sunday, the day of rest.

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Noun edit

неде́ля (nedéljaf inan (genitive неде́ли, nominative plural неде́ли, genitive plural неде́ль, relational adjective неде́льный, diminutive неде́лька)

  1. week
    Synonym: седми́ца (sedmíca) (archaic)
    в неде́люv nedéljuper week
    на про́шлой неде́леna próšloj nedélelast week
    на э́той неде́леna étoj nedélethis week
    на бу́дущей неде́леna búduščej nedélenext week
  2. (archaic) Sunday

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Descendants edit

  • Kildin Sami: не̄дтӭль (niedt’el’)
  • Yakut: нэдиэлэ (nediele, week)

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Tuvan edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Russian неде́ля (nedélja).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ne̞.d̥e̞ˈlʲä]

Noun edit

неделя (nedelya) (definite accusative неделяны, plural неделялар)

  1. week

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