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MacedonianEdit

NounEdit

погон (pogonm

  1. drive (e.g. four-wheel drive)

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EtymologyEdit

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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [pɐˈɡon]
  • (file)

NounEdit

пого́н (pogónm inan (genitive пого́на, nominative plural пого́ны, genitive plural пого́н) (shoulder strap)
пого́н (pogónm inan (genitive пого́на, nominative plural пого́ны, genitive plural пого́нов) (turret ring)

  1. shoulder strap, shoulder board, shoulder mark (military insignia)
  2. (of a tank) turret ring (погон башни)

DeclensionEdit

shoulder strap
turret ring

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Serbo-CroatianEdit

EtymologyEdit

As if from по- +‎ гон- (to chase, to drive) or equivalently from по̀гонити.

Likely after Czech pohon.

NounEdit

по̀гон m (Latin spelling pògon)

  1. drive, propulsion (energy or force which produces movement)
  2. motor (source or means of harnessing energy)
  3. workshop, plant, works
  4. (hunting) ambush hunting
  5. (regional) grazing (leading of the cattle to the pasture)