оток

BulgarianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Slavic *o(b)tokъ, formed as о- (o-) +‎ ток (tok, current).

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ото́к (otókm (related adjective ото́чен)

  1. (dialectal) reflux, drainage
    Synonyms: отлив (otliv), дренаж (drenaž)
  2. (dated) island, deposition of sediments within stream (river, ocean current, whirlpool)
    Synonym: остров (ostrov)
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Etymology 2Edit

From Proto-Slavic *o(b)tekъ, *o(b)tokъ. Effectively, a resultant noun of Bulgarian отека (oteka), отичам (otičam, to tumefy).

For the semantic development flowswelling, blister, compare Bulgarian осип (osip, rash, papule) (from Bulgarian осипя (osipja, to secrete, to pour)).

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о́ток (ótokm

  1. edema, swelling, tumefaction (both as a result of an injury or as a medical sign for some disease)
    Synonyms: подутина (podutina), цицина (cicina)
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MacedonianEdit

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оток (otokm

  1. swelling
  2. (colloquial) annoyance, nagging, pain in the neck

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Serbo-CroatianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

о- +‎ ток

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ǒtok/
  • Hyphenation: о‧ток

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о̀ток m (Latin spelling òtok)

  1. (chiefly Croatia) island
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Etymology 2Edit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ôtoːk/
  • Hyphenation: о‧ток

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о̏то̄к m (Latin spelling ȍtōk)

  1. swelling
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Southern AltaiEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Written Oirat ᡆᡐᡆᡎ (otog). Compare also Kalmyk отг (otg), Buryat отог (otog), Mongolian отог (otog).

NounEdit

оток (otok)

  1. a tribal subdivision