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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek ὄργανον (órganon).

NounEdit

орган (organm

  1. organ

InflectionEdit


MokshaEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Evidently borrowed from Russian орга́н (orgán). Ultimately from Ancient Greek ὄργανον (órganon).

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NounEdit

орган (organ)

  1. (biology, anatomy) organ
    • V. F. ROGOŽINA (2011) Mokšenʹ kjalʹsa obščeobrazovatelʹnaj školatnendi biologijanʹ terminonʹ valks [Moksha dictionary of biological terms for general education schools], Syktyvkar, Iževsk, Joškar Ola, Saransk, Badačonʹtomaj: Associacija finno-ugorskix universitetov, →ISBN
      Миндалины — Миндалинатне/Къргапарень оргаттне
      Mindaliny — Mindalinatne/Kʺrgaparenʹ orgattne
      Tonsils [in Russian] — Tonsils
      Орган размножения — Од эряфонь тии органць
      Organ razmnoženija — Od erjafonʹ tii organcʹ
      Reproductive organ [in Russian] — Reproductive organ
      Унжатнень, ракообразнайхне пряса потмоёжень маряма оргатт
      Unžatnenʹ, rakoobraznajxne prjasa potmojoženʹ marjama orgatt
      (please add an English translation of this usage example)
      Физиологиянь веществат, конат нолявихть потмоширдень оргаттнень вельде (..)
      Fiziologijanʹ veščestvat, konat noljavixtʹ potmoširdenʹ orgattnenʹ velʹde (..)
      (please add an English translation of this usage example)
      Ведень организматнень ваймонь тарксема органцна
      Vedenʹ organizmatnenʹ vajmonʹ tarksema organcna
      (please add an English translation of this usage example)
      Панчфне — Цветки — Видьмонь касыкснень органцна (..)
      Pančfne — Cvetki — Vidʹmonʹ kasyksnenʹ organcna (..)
      Flowers — Flowers [in Russian] — Organs of seed plants (..)
      Пищеварительнай системась — Пищеварительная система — Органонь группа (..)
      Piščevaritelʹnaj sistemasʹ — Piščevaritelʹnaja sistema — Organonʹ gruppa (..)
      Digestive system — Digestive system [in Russian] — A group of organs (..)
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Etymology 2Edit

From ор (or, fur coat) +‎ -га (-ga, prolative suffix) +‎ (-n, 1st person singular possessive suffix).

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NounEdit

орган (organ)

  1. possessive of ор (or); across my fur coat

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ or-ga-n (in phonetic transcription) in Serebrennikov, B. A. (1967) Istoričeskaja morfologija mordovskix jazykov [Historical morphology of the Mordvinic languages] (in Russian), Moskva, page 63

RussianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Ancient Greek ὄργανον (órganon).

PronunciationEdit

  • (anatomy; body, publication) о́рган: IPA(key): [ˈorɡən]
  • (musical instrument) орга́н: IPA(key): [ɐrˈɡan]
  • (file)

NounEdit

о́рган (órganm inan (genitive о́ргана, nominative plural о́рганы, genitive plural о́рганов)

  1. (anatomy) organ
  2. body, agency, authority
    о́рганы вла́стиórgany vlástigovernment bodies
    законода́тельный о́рганzakonodátelʹnyj órganlegislative body
    исполни́тельный о́рганispolnítelʹnyj órganexecutive body
    ме́стный о́рган вла́стиméstnyj órgan vlástilocal government
    о́рганы здравоохране́нияórgany zdravooxranénijahealth authorities
    руководя́щие о́рганыrukovodjáščije órganygoverning authorities
  3. organ, publication
    ежедневные о́рганы печатиježednevnyje órgany pečatithe daily organs of the press

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NounEdit

орга́н (orgánm inan (genitive орга́на, nominative plural орга́ны, genitive plural орга́нов)

  1. (music) organ (large musical instrument with pipes)

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Serbo-CroatianEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ǒrɡaːn/
  • Hyphenation: ор‧ган

NounEdit

о̀рга̄н m (Latin spelling òrgān)

  1. organ (part of an organism)

DeclensionEdit