оскврьнити

Old Church Slavonic edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

о- (o-) +‎ скврьна (skvrĭna) +‎ -ити (-iti)

Verb edit

оскврьнити (oskvrĭnitipf

  1. to defile
    • ⱁⱄⰽⰲⱃⱏⱀⰻⱅⰻ (leaf 96, line 3)”, in Codex Zographensis [Глаг. 1]‎[1] (in Old Church Slavonic), National Library of Russia, 1000±33, page Mk:7:15:
      ничьтоже нѣстъ · еже вьнѣѭдꙋ ч꙯ка · въходѧ въ н҄ь · не можетъ оскврънити · нъ ꙇ҅сходѧштаа꙼ сѫтъ скврънѧшта ч꙯ка ·
      ničĭtože něstŭ · eže vĭnějǫdu č꙯ka · vŭxodę vŭ nʹĭ · ne možetŭ oskvrŭniti · nŭ i҅sxodęštaa꙼ sǫtŭ skvrŭnęšta č꙯ka ·
      Nothing outside a person can defile them by going into them. Rather, it is what comes out of a person that defiles them.
  2. to pollute

Conjugation edit

Descendants edit

  • Russian: осквернить (oskvernitʹ)
  • Serbo-Croatian:
    Cyrillic script: оскврнити
    Latin script: oskvrniti

References edit

  • Бояджиев, Андрей (2016) Старобългарска читанка[2], София