печь

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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [pʲet͡ɕ]
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Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Slavic *peťi, from Proto-Indo-European *pekʷ-, whence English cook, culinary, cuisine, concoct and peptic. Cognates include Russian пот (pot, sweat, perspiration), Sanskrit पचति (pácati), Albanian pjek, Tocharian B päk-, Ancient Greek πέσσω (péssō), Latin coquō.

VerbEdit

печь (pečʹimpf (perfective испе́чь or спечь)

  1. to bake
  2. to scorch (said of the sun)
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Etymology 2Edit

From Proto-Slavic *peťь. Doublet of пещь (peščʹ), a borrowing from Old Church Slavonic.

 
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NounEdit

печь (pečʹf inan (genitive пе́чи, nominative plural пе́чи, genitive plural пече́й)

  1. stove
  2. oven
  3. furnace
    кали́льная печьkalílʹnaja pečʹheating/calcining furnace; calciner
  4. kiln
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  • Armenian: փեչ (pʿečʿ), փեճ (pʿeč)
  • Azerbaijani: peç
  • Bashkir: мейес (meyes)
  • Finnish: pätsi
  • Kildin Sami: пе̄һц (pʹēhc)
  • Veps: päč