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EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Old East Slavic чулъкъ (čulŭkŭ), from Turkic

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

чуло́к (čulókm inan (genitive чулка́, nominative plural чулки́, genitive plural чуло́к)

  1. stocking
    • Tolstoy, Anna Karenina, part I, chapter 22 and its translation
      повернул круто свою даму, так что открылись ее тонкие ножки в ажурных чулках
      he turned his partner sharply round, so that her slim ankles, in light transparent stockings, were exposed to view

DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

чуло́к (čulókm anim (genitive чулка́, nominative plural чулки́, genitive plural чулко́в)

  1. (used in the expression си́ний чуло́к (sínij čulók, bluestocking))

DeclensionEdit