AbazaEdit

NounEdit

па (pa)

  1. son

BelarusianEdit

PronunciationEdit

PrepositionEdit

па (pa)

  1. (with the locative case) along, on (movement or location)
    па вуліцы: along the street
    ехаць па абочыне: drive on the roadside
    бегчы па сцежцы: run on a trail
  2. (with the locative case) over, in, on (place or space where something takes place)
    ісці па полі: go in the field
    рэчка цячэ па даліне: the river flows over the valley
    Падарожжа па Беларусі: Journey over Belarus
  3. (with the locative case) along (direction)
    Ісці па слядах: Follow the footprints
    Уверх па ручаіне: Up along the brook
    Накіроўвацца па маршруце: Follow the route
  4. (with the accusative case) + бок, старана, край, рука) on (a place where something takes place or something situated; place is determined by pointing at a direction)
    Дзеці гулялі па той бок дарогі: The kids were playing across the street.
    Хаты стаялі па абодва бакі вуліцы: The huts were located on both sides of the street.
    Па парвую руку быў лес: There was a forest to the right.
  5. (with the accusative case) to used to name something that is a spatial border
    Улезці ў ваду па пояс: To come into the water half height.
    Снег па калені: Snow up to one's knees.
    Калёсы вязнуць у пяску аж па ступіцу: The wheels fall down in the sand as deep as the axis.
  6. (with the dative case) according to

NounEdit

па (pan inan (indeclinable)

  1. pas, step

ReferencesEdit

  • “па”, in Беларуска-рускі слоўнік. У 3 т. (Больш за 110.000 слоў)[1], 4-е выд., перапрац. і дап edition, Мінск: Беларуская Энцыклапедыя, 2012, →ISBN

MacedonianEdit

PronunciationEdit

ConjunctionEdit

па (pa)

  1. so (consequence)
  2. and then (subsequently)

InterjectionEdit

па (pa)

  1. well (filler)
  2. well (reluctance)

NanaiEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Tungusic *pake, compare Manchu ᡶᠠᡥᡡᠨ (fahūn).

NounEdit

па (paa)

  1. liver

RussianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French pas.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [pa]
  • (file)

NounEdit

па (pan inan (indeclinable)

  1. pas, step

Serbo-CroatianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Common South Slavic; compare Slovene pa, Bulgarian па (pa). See also па-.

PronunciationEdit

ConjunctionEdit

па (Latin spelling pa)

  1. (and) then (= о̏нда̄)
    прво ћу скочити ја, па тиI'll jump first, (and) then you
    учење па одмор па забаваlearning, then rest, then fun
  2. (and) so
    потрошио сам сав новац, па сам се морао вратити кућиI've spent all of my money, so I had to return home
  3. (with да or ма̀кар) even if, even though, although
  4. (with и̏па̄к) (and, but) yet, still
    богат је, па ипак усамљенhe's rich, but still lonely
  5. (with да + и) even if

ParticleEdit

па (Latin spelling pa)

  1. (for emphasis) but, well
    па добро!well, all right!
    па што је с тобом?what's wrong with you?
    па и не башnot really
    па што онда?so what?

YakutEdit

EtymologyEdit

Expressive sound.

ParticleEdit

па (pa)

  1. (expresses disgust) bah, pah, phew
  2. (expresses surprise, bewilderment, disappointment) well
    See synonyms at чэ (çe).

Derived termsEdit