See also: пӯст

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *pustъ.

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пуст (pust) (abstract noun пустота́)

  1. desolate, uninhabited, deserted
    Synonym: пусте́ещ (pustéešt)
  2. (figurative) empty, void
  3. damned

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Macedonian edit

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пуст (pust) (comparative попуст, superlative најпуст, abstract noun пустош or пустелија)

  1. barren
  2. a semantically void adjective appended to something one wishes to criticize or complain of

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пуст (pust)

  1. short masculine singular of пусто́й (pustój)

Serbo-Croatian edit

Etymology edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *pustъ.

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пу̑ст (Latin spelling pȗst, definite пу̑стӣ, comparative пустији)

  1. empty, deserted, abandoned
  2. uninhabited
  3. vain, futile (promise, wishes, dreams etc.)
  4. large, immense, great (wealth, worries etc.)

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