пол

MacedonianEdit

NounEdit

пол ‎(polm

  1. gender, sex
  2. pole (Earth)

RussianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Old East Slavic полъ ‎(polŭ).

NounEdit

пол ‎(polm inan ‎(genitive по́ла, nominative plural полы́)

  1. floor
    па́дать на́ пол‎ ― pádatʹ ná pol ― to fall to the floor
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Etymology 2Edit

Related to пол- ‎(pol-, half), from Old East Slavic полъ ‎(polŭ), Old Church Slavonic полъ ‎(polŭ)

NounEdit

пол ‎(polm inan ‎(genitive по́ла, nominative plural по́лы)

  1. sex, gender
    же́нского по́ла‎ ― žénskovo pólafemale
    мужско́го по́ла‎ ― mužskóvo pólamale
    обо́его по́ла‎ ― obójevo póla ― both sexes
    прекра́сный пол‎ ― prekrásnyj pol ― the fairer sex
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Etymology 3Edit

AdjectiveEdit

пол ‎(pol)

  1. short masculine singular of по́лый ‎(pólyj)

Etymology 4Edit

NounEdit

пол ‎(polf inan pl

  1. genitive plural of пола́ ‎(polá)

Serbo-CroatianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Ancient Greek πόλος ‎(pólos).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

по̑л m ‎(Latin spelling pȏl)

  1. pole (magnetic, positive, negative etc.)
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NounEdit

по̑л m ‎(Latin spelling pȏl)

  1. (Bosnian, Serbian) sex (kind of an organism as determined by its reproductive organs)
  2. (Bosnian, Serbian) gender
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Etymology 3Edit

From по̏ла.

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ParticleEdit

по̑л (Latin spelling pȏl)

  1. half
    сат и по(л) — an hour and a half
    три и по м(ј)есеца — three and a half months
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