самолёт

BashkirEdit

 
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Самолёт.

Alternative formsEdit

  • самолет (samolet) (Bashkir spellings of е (ye) instead of ё (yo) in terms of Russian origin)

EtymologyEdit

From Russian самолёт (samoljót, aeroplane).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [sɐ.mɐ.ˈlʲɵt], [sä.mä.ˈlʲɵt], [sə.mɐ.ˈlʲɵt]
  • Hyphenation: са‧мо‧лёт

NounEdit

самолёт (samolyot)

  1. airplane/aeroplane, aircraft
    Самолёт юлы.
    Samolyot yulï.
    Vapor trail.
    Сухой Суперджет-100 — йөҙ урынлыҡ реактив самолёт.
    Suxoy Superdžet-100 — yöð urïnlïq reaktiv samolyot.
    Sukhoi Superjet 100 is a jet plane with 100 (passenger) seats.
    Ул заманда самолёт хаҡы осһоҙ булды.
    Ul zamanda samolyot xaqï oshoð buldï.
    At that time, the airfare was cheap.
    Артҡы партала ултырған Самат һиҙҙермәй генә дәфтәренән бер бит йыртып алды ла самолёт яһаны.
    Artqï partala ultïrğan Samat hiððermäy genä däftärenän ber bit yïrtïp aldï la samolyot yahanï.
    Samat, who was sitting at the back school-desk, surreptitiously tore a page out of his notebook and made a (paper) plane.

DeclensionEdit


RussianEdit

 
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Самолёт.

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

само- (samo-) +‎ лета́ть (letátʹ), cognate with Belarusian самалёт (samaljót), Polish samolot.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [səmɐˈlʲɵt]
  • (file)

NounEdit

самолёт (samoljótm inan (genitive самолёта, nominative plural самолёты, genitive plural самолётов, related adjective самолётный, diminutive самолётик)

  1. airplane, aircraft
    Synonym: (dated) аэропла́н (aeroplán)
    пассажи́рский самолётpassažírskij samoljótairliner (literally, “passenger aircraft”)

DeclensionEdit

Related termsEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Bashkir: самолёт (samolyot)
  • Kildin Sami: саммлёһт (sammlʹoht)
  • Tuvan: самолёт (samolyot)
  • Uzbek: samolyot

See alsoEdit