шесть

Old Church SlavonicEdit

Old Church Slavonic numbers (edit)
60
 ←  5 6 7  → 
    Cardinal: шесть (šestĭ)
    Ordinal: шестъ (šestŭ)

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *šestь.

NumeralEdit

шесть (šestĭ)

  1. six

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Old RuthenianEdit

Old Ruthenian cardinal numbers
 <  5 6 7  > 
    Cardinal : шесть (šestʹ)

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Old East Slavic шесть (šestĭ), from Proto-Slavic *šȅstь, from Proto-Balto-Slavic *šéšti, from *šéš, from Proto-Indo-European *swéḱs. Cognate with Russian шесть (šestʹ), Old Church Slavonic шесть (šestĭ).

NumeralEdit

шесть (šestʹ)

  1. six (6)
    Synonyms: ·ѕ҃· (6), ·ꙅ҃· (6)

DescendantsEdit

  • Belarusian: шэсць (šescʹ); шэсьць (šesʹcʹ) (Taraškievica orthography)
  • Rusyn: шість (šistʹ)
  • Ukrainian: шість (šistʹ)

Further readingEdit


RussianEdit

Russian numbers (edit)
60
 ←  5 6 7  → 
    Cardinal: шесть (šestʹ)
    Ordinal: шесто́й (šestój)
    Ordinal abbreviation: 6-о́й (6-ój)
    Adverbial: ше́стью (šéstʹju)
    Multiplier: шестерно́й (šesternój), шестикра́тный (šestikrátnyj)
    Collective: ше́стеро (šéstero)
    Fractional: шеста́я (šestája), шести́на (šestína)

EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *šestь.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ʂɛsʲtʲ]
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NumeralEdit

шесть (šestʹ)

  1. six (6)

Usage notesEdit

шесть (šestʹ) in the nominative case and accusative case governs the genitive plural of the noun. In other cases, it governs the corresponding plural case of the noun.

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