стих

MacedonianEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

стих (stihm (related adjective стиховен)

  1. line (of a poem)
  2. verse (as opposed to prose)

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RussianEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [sʲtʲix]
  • (file)

Etymology 1Edit

From the Old East Slavic стихъ (stixŭ), from the Old Church Slavonic стихъ (stixŭ), from the Ancient Greek στίχος (stíkhos, row, line, verse).

NounEdit

стих (stixm inan (genitive стиха́, nominative plural стихи́, genitive plural стихо́в, diminutive стишо́к)

  1. line of poetry
    • 1826, Alexander Pushkin, К Баратынскому (To Baratynsky):
      Стих каждый повести твоей звучит и блещет, как червонец.
      Stix každyj povesti tvojej zvučit i bleščet, kak červonec.
      Every line of your story rings and glitters like a chervonets (gold coin or banknote).
    Synonym: строка́ (поэти́ческого произведе́ния) (stroká (poetíčeskovo proizvedénija))
  2. (biblical) verse
    Глава первая, стих тринадцатый
    Glava pervaja, stix trinadcatyj
    Chapter one, verse thirteen
  3. (in the plural) poem, poems
    • 1860, Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev, Первая любовь (First Love):
      Человек довольно холодный, как почти все сочинители, он напряжённо уверял её, а может быть, и себя, что он её обожает, воспевал её в нескончаемых стихах и читал их ей с каким-то и неестественным и искренним восторгом.
      Čelovek dovolʹno xolodnyj, kak počti vse sočiniteli, on naprjažónno uverjal jejó, a možet bytʹ, i sebja, što on jejó obožajet, vospeval jejó v neskončajemyx stixax i čital ix jej s kakim-to i nejestestvennym i iskrennim vostorgom.
      A rather cold man, like almost all authors, he strenuously assured her, and perhaps himself, that he adored her, celebrated her in endless poems and read them to her with a kind of enthusiasm both unnatural and sincere.
    Synonyms: стихотворе́ние (stixotvorénije), поэ́ма (poéma)
  4. work of ancient folk poetry on a religious theme (usually with the adjective Духо́вный (Duxóvnyj, Spiritual)).
    Духовный стих об Адаме и Еве
    Duxovnyj stix ob Adame i Jeve
    A spiritual verse about Adam and Eve
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DescendantsEdit
  • Ingrian: stiha
Related termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

NounEdit

стих (stixm inan (genitive сти́ха, nominative plural сти́хи, genitive plural сти́хов)

  1. mood
    Synonym: настрое́ние (nastrojénije)
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Etymology 3Edit

VerbEdit

стих (stix)

  1. short masculine singular past indicative perfective of сти́хнуть (stíxnutʹ)

Serbo-CroatianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek στῐ́χος (stíkhos, verse, line of poetry).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

сти̏х m (Latin spelling stȉh)

  1. verse

DeclensionEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • стих” in Hrvatski jezični portal