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Belarusian

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Belarusian numbers (edit)
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    Cardinal: сто (sto)
    Ordinal: со́ты (sóty)

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *sъto.

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  • IPA(key): [sto]
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сто (sto)

  1. hundred (100)

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Сто in the nominative case governs the genitive plural of the noun.

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(cardinals from one hundred to one thousand) сто (sto), дзве́сце (dzvjéscje), тры́ста (trýsta), чаты́рыста (čatýrysta), пяцьсо́т (pjacʹsót), шэсцьсо́т (šescʹsót), семсо́т (sjemsót), восемсо́т (vosjemsót), дзевяцьсо́т (dzjevjacʹsót), ты́сяча (týsjača)

Bulgarian

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Bulgarian numbers (edit)
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10
    Cardinal: сто (sto)
    Ordinal: сто́тен (stóten)
    Approximative: стоти́на (stotína)
    Fractional: една́ сто́тна (edná stótna)

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *sъto.

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сто (sto)

  1. hundred

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Macedonian

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Macedonian numbers (edit)
1,000
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10
    Cardinal: сто (sto)
    Ordinal: стоти (stoti)
    Adverbial: стопати (stopati)
    Collective: стомина (stomina)
    Approximative: стотина (stotina)
    Fractional: стотина (stotina)

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *sъto.

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сто (sto)

  1. hundred

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Russian

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Russian numbers (edit)
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    Cardinal: сто (sto)
    Ordinal: со́тый (sótyj)
    Ordinal abbreviation: 100-ый (100-yj)
    Adverbial: со́тью (sótʹju)
    Multiplier: стокра́тный (stokrátnyj)
    Collective: со́тня (sótnja)
    Fractional: со́тая (sótaja)

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *sъto.

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сто (sto)

  1. hundred (100)
    Synonym: со́тня (sótnja)
    сто ма́льчиковsto málʹčikova hundred boys
    ма́льчиков стоmálʹčikov stoapproximately a hundred boys
    сто книгsto kniga hundred books
    Они́ говори́ли о свои́х ста солда́тах
    Oní govoríli o svoíx sta soldátax
    They were talking about their one hundred soldiers.
    У нас бы́ло не́сколько сот карандаше́й
    U nas býlo néskolʹko sot karandašéj
    We had several hundred pencils.

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Serbo-Croatian

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Etymology 1

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *sъto.

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сто̑ (Latin spelling stȏ)

  1. hundred

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *stolъ. Doublet of а̀ста̄л, from the same ultimate source, but which was borrowed through Hungarian.

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сто̑ m (Latin spelling stȏ)

  1. (Serbia) table
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Ukrainian

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Ukrainian numbers (edit)
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    Cardinal: сто (sto)
    Ordinal: со́тий (sótyj)

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *sъto.

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сто (sto)

  1. hundred

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