See also: поэма

Bulgarian edit

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Etymology 1 edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *poęti. Equivalent to по- (po-) +‎ -е́ма (-éma).

Verb edit

пое́ма (poéma) first-singular present indicativepf (imperfective пое́мам)

  1. to take
  2. to consume, to swallow (food, medicine, etc.)
  3. to absorb (moisture)
  4. to take on (an obligation, commitment, debt, risk, etc.)
    пое́мам гри́жа да...poémam gríža da...to make sure that... (literally, “to take on a concern, that...”)
  5. to begin, to start
  6. to set out, to head (in some direction)
  7. (colloquial) to understand, to get (something)
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Etymology 2 edit

Ultimately from Ancient Greek ποίημα (poíēma).

Noun edit

пое́ма (poémaf

  1. poem
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Macedonian edit

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поема (poemaf

  1. poem

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Ukrainian edit

 
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Etymology edit

Ultimately from Latin poēma, from Ancient Greek ποίημα (poíēma). Compare Russian поэ́ма (poéma).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [pɔˈɛmɐ]
  • (file)

Noun edit

пое́ма (poémaf inan (genitive пое́ми, nominative plural пое́ми, genitive plural пое́м)

  1. poem (large work of narrative poetry)

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