согласный

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EtymologyEdit

From со- (so-, with) +‎ глас (glas, voice) +‎ -ный (-nyj, adjectival suffix). As a linguistics term, it is a semantic loan from Ancient Greek σῠ́μφωνον (súmphōnon).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [sɐˈɡɫasnɨj]
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AdjectiveEdit

согла́сный (soglásnyj)

  1. ready (for); willing (to)
  2. agreeable
  3. harmonious, concordant
  4. (linguistics) consonant, consonantal

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NounEdit

согла́сный (soglásnyjm inan (genitive согла́сного, nominative plural согла́сные, genitive plural согла́сных)

  1. (linguistics) consonant

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