слово

BulgarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *slȍvo (word), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱléwos (fame).

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NounEdit

сло́во (slóvon

  1. word
    Synonym: ду́ма (dúma)
  2. speech, oration
    Synonym: реч (reč)
  3. address (formal act of addressing one's self to a person, formal verbal application to any one, formal statement on some subject or special occasion)
    Synonym: обръще́ние (obrǎšténie)
  4. sermon
    Synonym: про́повед (própoved)

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MacedonianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *slȍvo (word), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱléwos (fame).

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NounEdit

сло́во (slóvon

  1. (archaic) word
    Synonym: збор (zbor)
  2. (rare) a speech, especially for a ceremonial occasion
    Synonyms: говор (govor), беседа (beseda)
  3. (dialectal) letter (of the alphabet)
    Synonym: буква (bukva)

Old Church SlavonicEdit

 
слово

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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *slȍvo (word), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱléwos (fame).

NounEdit

слово (slovon

  1. word, speech
    1. word
      • Mark 13:31, from Codex Zographensis, 2133100:
        небо ꙇ҅ земл҄ѣ прѣꙇ҅детъ · а꙼ моѣ словеса не прѣꙇ҅дѫтъ ·
        nebo ꙇ҅ zemlʹě prěꙇ҅detŭ · a꙼ moě slovesa ne prěꙇ҅dǫtŭ ·
        Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away.
      • Luke 24:19-20, from Codex Assemanius, 3241900-3241920:
        ꙇ́же бъис꙯ мѫжь пррок꙯ · силенъ дѣломъ и́ словомъ ·
        ꙇ́že bys꙯ mǫžĭ prrok꙯ · silenŭ dělomŭ í slovomŭ ·
        He was a prophet, powerful in word and deed.
    2. teaching
      • from Codex Marianus:
        и вьсѣкъ слꙑшѧи словеса моѣ си и не творѧи ихъ• оуподобитъ сѧ мѫжѫ боуѭ•
        i vĭsěkŭ slyšęi slovesa moě si i ne tvoręi ixŭ• upodobitŭ sę mǫžǫ bujǫ•
        And every one that heareth these sayings of mine and doeth them not, shall be likened unto a foolish man
      • John 6:60, from Codex Marianus, 4066010:
        жестоко естъ слово се кто можетъ его слꙋшати ·
        žestoko estŭ slovo se kto možetŭ ego slušati ·
        This is a hard teaching. Who can accept it?
    3. news, rumor
      • Mark 1:45, from Codex Zographensis, 2014500-2014520:
        Ѡнъ же шьдъ начѧтъ проповѣдати много · ꙇ҅ проносити слово ·
        Onŭ že šĭdŭ načętŭ propovědati mnogo · ꙇ҅ pronositi slovo ·
        Instead he went out and began to talk freely, spreading the news.
      • Luke 7:17, from Codex Zographensis, 3071700:
        ꙇ҅ изиде слово се по всеі ꙇ҅юдеі о н҄емь ·
        ꙇ҅ izide slovo se po vsei ꙇ҅judei o nʹemĭ ·
        This news about Jesus spread throughout Judea.
    4. (Christianity) the Logos
      • early 11th century, Codex Assemanius, John 1:1:
        Исконі бѣ слово [и] слово бѣ ꙋ́ б꙯а · и б꙯ъ бѣ слово ·
        Iskoni bě slovo [i] slovo bě ú b꙯a · i b꙯ŭ bě slovo ·
        In the beginning was the Word [and] the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
    5. order, command
    6. promise, vow
    7. (Old East Church Slavonic, use calqued from Greek) oracle
      • 1581, Ostrog Bible, Exodus 28.15:
        И҆ да сътвори́ши сло́во сꙋ́дное, дѣ́ло пестрѧ́щаго […]
        I҆ da sŭtvoríši slóvo súdnoe, dě́lo pestrę́štago […]
        And thou shalt make an oracle of judgment, a variegated work […]
    8. (later Church Slavonic) speech, address
  2. written text
    1. homily, sermon
    2. the scriptures or a citation therefrom
  3. mind, reason
    1. (use calqued from Greek) reason (cognitive faculty)
    2. (use calqued from Greek) account, reckoning, calculation
    3. (use calqued from Greek) meaning, signification
    4. (use calqued from Greek) manner, type, essence
    5. (use calqued from Hebrew) thing, matter

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ReferencesEdit

  • Miklosich, Franz, Lexicon linguae Slovenicae. Veteris dialecti[1], Vienna, 1850
  • слово”, in Cejtlin, R.M.; Večerka, R.; Blagova, E., editors, Staroslavjanskij slovarʹ (po rukopisjam X—XI vekov) [Old Church Slavonic Dictionary (Based on 10–11th Century Manuscripts)]‎[2], Moscow: Russkij jazyk, 1994
  • слово”, in Hauptova Z., editor, Slovník jazyka staroslověnského (Lexicon linguae palaeoslovenicae), Prague: Euroslavica, 1958–1997
  • Derksen, Rick, Etymological Dictionary of the Slavic Inherited Lexicon (Leiden Indo-European Etymological Dictionary Series; 4), Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2008, →ISBN
  • Halla-aho, Jussi, Problems of Proto-Slavic Historical Nominal Morphology: On the Basis of Old Church Slavic (Slavica Helsingiensia; 26)‎[3], Helsinki: University of Helsinki, 2006
  • Бояджиев, Андрей, Старобългарска читанка[4], София, 2016

RussianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *slȍvo (word), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱléwos (fame).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈsɫovə]
  • (file)

NounEdit

сло́во (slóvon inan (genitive сло́ва, nominative plural слова́, genitive plural слов, related adjective слове́сный, diminutive слове́чко or словцо́)

  1. word, term
    гру́бое сло́воgrúboje slóvoharsh word
    устаре́вшее сло́воustarévšeje slóvoobsolete word
  2. speech, address
  3. promise
    наруша́ть сло́воnarušátʹ slóvoto break one's word, to go back upon / on one's word (breaking promise or contract)

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Further readingEdit

  • слово in Большой толковый словарь, editor-in-chief С. А. Кузнецов – hosted at gramota.ru

Serbo-CroatianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *slȍvo (word), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱléwos (fame).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /slôʋo/
  • Hyphenation: сло‧во

NounEdit

сло̏во n (Latin spelling slȍvo)

  1. letter (letter of the alphabet)
  2. (figuratively) speech, sermon
  3. (obsolete) word

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UkrainianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *slȍvo (word), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱléwos (fame).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

сло́во (slóvon inan (genitive сло́ва, nominative plural слова́, genitive plural слів, related adjective слове́сний, diminutive слове́чко or слівце́)

  1. a word
  2. a verbal expression, utterance, or phrase
  3. a speech, presentation, oration
  4. the facility of speech, language, verbal articulation
  5. a literary genre
  6. a promise

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