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NounEdit

со́йка (sójkaf

  1. jay (bird)

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со́йка (sójkaf

  1. jay (Garrulus glandarius)

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From со́я (sója, jay (dialectal)) +‎ -ка (-ka), from Old East Slavic соя (soja). Cognate with Ukrainian со́я (sója), Belarusian со́я (sója), Bulgarian со́йка (sójka), Serbo-Croatian со̑јка, Slovene sȏjka (type of jackdaw) (tonal orthography), Czech sojka (jay), Slovak sojka (jay), Polish soja (also sójka), Upper Sorbian soja. Per Vasmer, presumably related to Russian сия́ть (sijátʹ, to shine), based on the colorful feathers.

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со́йка (sójkaf anim (genitive со́йки, nominative plural со́йки, genitive plural со́ек)

  1. Eurasian jay (Garrulus glandarius)

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UkrainianEdit

 
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NounEdit

со́йка (sójkaf anim (genitive со́йки, nominative plural со́йки)

  1. jay (bird)

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