See also: неа, нёя, не'а, and не-а

Bulgarian edit

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ˈnɛjɐ]
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Pronoun edit

не́я (néjaf (personal)

  1. full form of the third-person singular feminine pronoun in the accusative case, used as the direct object of a verb, translated as her when the noun is animate, and as it when the noun is inanimate
    Оттогава не съм виждал нито нея, нито приятелите ѝ.
    Ottogava ne sǎm viždal nito neja, nito prijatelite ì.
    Since then I have seen neither her nor her friends.
    Още не бях извадил личната си карта, когато полицаят ми взе и нея.
    Ošte ne bjah izvadil ličnata si karta, kogato policajat mi vze i neja.
    I had barely taken my identity card out when the policeman snatched it too from me.
  2. the third-person singular feminine pronoun in the prepositional case, used as the object of a preposition, translated as her when the noun is animate, and as it when the noun is inanimate
    Според нея филмът е страхотен.
    Spored neja filmǎt e strahoten.
    According to her, the movie is great.
    Извади носна кърпа от джоба си и си издуха носа в нея.
    Izvadi nosna kǎrpa ot džoba si i si izduha nosa v neja.
    He took a handkerchief out of his pocket and blew his nose into it.

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Russian edit

Pronunciation 1 edit

  • IPA(key): [nʲɪˈjɵ] (phonetic respelling: неё)

Pronoun edit

нея (nejǫ́)

  1. Alternative spelling of нея̈ (nejǫ́); pre-1918 spelling of неё (nejó, genitive of the personal pronoun used after prepositions).
Usage notes edit
  • нея (neja) is one of the few Russian terms in pre-1918 orthography in which a stressed я (ja) is pronounced like the letter ё (jo). It is therefore written with a diaeresis in a similar fashion: я̈ ().

Pronunciation 2 edit

Pronoun edit

нея́ (nejáf

  1. (archaic or highly formal) Alternative form of нея̈ (nejǫ́)