стакан

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EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic достаканъ ‎(dostakanŭ), from Turkic (compare Chagatai [script needed] ‎(tostakan, wooden bowl), Tatar тустыган ‎(tustığan, cup), Bashkir туҫтаҡ ‎(tuθtaq, cup for drinking koumiss), Kazakh тостаған ‎(tostağan, wooden cup)), from Persian دوستگان ‎(dustgân), دوستکان ‎(dustkân, beloved; wine that is drunk with one's beloved; big drinking cup), from دوستکام ‎(dustkâm, beloved), from دوست ‎(dust, dôst) + کام ‎(kâm).

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стака́н ‎(stakánm inan ‎(genitive стака́на, nominative plural стака́ны)

  1. drinking glass
    стака́н воды́‎ ― stakán vodý ― glass of water
    стака́н ча́ю‎ ― stakán čáju ― cup of tea

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