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  • IPA(key): [ˈfɔsfor]
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фо́сфор (fósform (relational adjective фо́сфорен)

  1. phosphorus

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Kazakh edit

Alternative scripts
Arabic فوسفور
Cyrillic фосфор
Latin fosfor
 
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Borrowed from Russian фо́сфор (fósfor), from Ancient Greek φωσφόρος (phōsphóros, the bearer of light).

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фосфор (fosfor)

  1. phosphorus

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Macedonian edit

Chemical element
P
Previous: силициум (silicium) (Si)
Next: сулфур (sulfur) (S)

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фосфор (fosform (relational adjective фосфорен)

  1. phosphorus

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Russian edit

 
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Borrowed from Ancient Greek φωσφόρος (phōsphóros, the bearer of light).

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фо́сфор (fósform inan (genitive фо́сфора, nominative plural фо́сфоры, genitive plural фо́сфоров, relational adjective фо́сфорный)

  1. phosphorus

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Descendants edit

  • Armenian: ֆոսֆոր (fosfor)
  • Kazakh: фосфор (fosfor)

Serbo-Croatian edit

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /fôsfor/
  • Hyphenation: фос‧фор

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фо̏сфор m (Latin spelling fȍsfor)

  1. phosphorus

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Ukrainian edit

 фосфор on Ukrainian Wikipedia
Chemical element
P
Previous: кре́мній (krémnij) (Si)
Next: сі́рка (sírka) (S)

Etymology edit

Borrowed from New Latin phōsphorus, from Ancient Greek φωσφόρος (phōsphóros, light-bearing), from φῶς (phôs, light) + φέρω (phérō, to bear, carry).

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фо́сфор (fósform inan (genitive фо́сфору, uncountable, relational adjective фо́сфорний)

  1. phosphorus (chemical element P)

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