Belarusian

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Belarusian numbers (edit)
10,000
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    Cardinal: ты́сяча (týsjača)
    Ordinal: ты́сячны (týsjačny)

Etymology

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From Proto-Slavic *tysǫti, *tysęti. Cognates include Ukrainian ти́сяча (týsjača).

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [ˈtɨsʲat͡ʂa]
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Numeral

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ты́сяча (týsjača)

  1. thousand

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(cardinals from one thousand to ten thousand) ты́сяча (týsjača), дзве́ ты́сячы (dzvjé týsjačy), тры́ ты́сячы (trý týsjačy), чаты́ры ты́сячы (čatýry týsjačy), пя́ць ты́сяч (pjácʹ týsjač), шэ́сць ты́сяч (šéscʹ týsjač), се́м ты́сяч (sjém týsjač), во́сем ты́сяч (vósjem týsjač), дзе́вяць ты́сяч (dzjévjacʹ týsjač), дзе́сяць ты́сяч (dzjésjacʹ týsjač)

Komi-Zyrian

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Komi-Zyrian numbers (edit)
[a], [b] ←  1  ←  100 1,000 1,000,000 (106)  →  1,000,000,000 (109)  → 
    Cardinal: сюрс (śurs), тысяча (tyśaća)
    Ordinal: сюрсӧд (śursöd), тысячаӧд (tyśaćaöd)

Etymology

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Borrowed from Russian тысяча (tysjača).

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /ˈtɯɕat͡ɕa/, [ˈtɯ̈ɕät͡ɕä]
  • Hyphenation: ты‧ся‧ча

Numeral

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тысяча (tyśaća)

  1. thousand

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References

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  • A. I. Podorova, editor (1948), Коми-русский словарь [Komi-Russian dictionary], Syktyvkar: Коми Государственное Издательство, page 199
  • Bubrikh, Dmitry V. (1949) Грамматика литературного коми языка [Grammar of the literary Komi language] (in Russian), Leningrad: Zhdanov Leningrad State University, page 97
  • L. M. Beznosikova, E. A. Ajbabina, R. I. Kosnyreva (2000) Коми-русский словарь [Komi-Russian dictionary], →ISBN, page 671

Russian

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Russian numbers (edit)
10,000
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100
    Cardinal: ты́сяча (týsjača), ты́ща (týšča)
    Ordinal: ты́сячный (týsjačnyj)
    Ordinal abbreviation: 1000-ый (1000-yj)
    Adverbial: ты́сячью (týsjačʹju)
    Multiplier: тысячекра́тный (tysjačekrátnyj)
    Collective: ты́сячня (týsjačnja)
    Fractional: ты́сячная (týsjačnaja)

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Etymology

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *tysǫti, *tysęti, from Proto-Balto-Slavic *tūˀsantis, from Proto-Indo-European *tuHsont-. Cognate with Ukrainian тисяча (tysjača), Serbo-Croatian тисућа, tisuća, Slovene tisoč, Czech and Slovak tisíc, Polish tysiąc. Akin to Lithuanian tūkstantis, Latvian tūkstotis, Gothic 𐌸𐌿𐍃𐌿𐌽𐌳𐌹 (þūsundi).

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Numeral

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ты́сяча (týsjačaf inan

  1. thousand (1000)
    ты́сяча ма́льчиковtýsjača málʹčikova thousand boys
    ма́льчиков ты́сячаmálʹčikov týsjačaapproximately a thousand boys
    ты́сяча книгtýsjača kniga thousand books
    Они́ говори́ли о свое́й ты́сяче столо́в
    Oní govoríli o svojéj týsjače stolóv
    They were talking about their thousand tables.
    • 1925, Михаил Булгаков, chapter 2, in Собачье сердце; English translation from Avril Pyman, transl., Heart of a Dog, Moscow: Raduga Publishers, 1990:
      Из сорока тысяч московских псов разве уж какой-нибудь совершенный идиот не сумеет сложить из букв слово «колбаса».
      Iz soroka tysjač moskovskix psov razve už kakoj-nibudʹ soveršennyj idiot ne sumejet složitʹ iz bukv slovo «kolbasa».
      Of the forty thousand dogs in Moscow there can only be the odd idiot who doesn't know the letters for "salami".

Usage notes

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  • тысяча (tysjača) in all cases governs the genitive plural of the noun.
  • In the instrumental case only, "тысяча" can potentially function either as a numeral (with the form тысячью, in which case there must be case agreement) or as a noun (with the form тысячей, in which case the following noun is always genitive plural). In all other cases, "тысяча" functions as a noun and takes genitive plural. However, not all Russians recognize this distinction.

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Noun

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ты́сяча (týsjačaf inan (genitive ты́сячи, nominative plural ты́сячи, genitive plural ты́сяч)

  1. (colloquial) one thousand ruble banknote

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