BulgarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Slavic *sǫkъ.

NounEdit

съ́к (sǎ́km (diminutive съ́чка or съ́чица) (dated)

  1. twig, bough (wooden part of a branch)
    Synonym: (obsolete) хуй (huj)
  2. (by extension) splinter, stick, wooden rod (when cut out)
  3. (dialectal) knot, snag, knob
    Synonyms: чеп (čep), чвор (čvor), (dialectal) глуж (gluž)
Usage notesEdit

The modern language more commonly use the diminutives съ́чка (sǎ́čka), съ́чица (sǎ́čica). Сък is typically formal, with slight nuance of augmentation.

Alternative formsEdit
  • су́к (súk)Western Moesian dialects
  • сънк (sǎnk)Rupian dialects
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Etymology 2Edit

Onomatopoeic.

NounEdit

съ́к (sǎ́km

  1. suss, hiss
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