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EtymologyEdit

From Russian Ста́лин (Stálin), from сталь (stalʹ, steel), from German Stahl

Proper nounEdit

Stalin

  1. a transliteration of a Russian surname, usually applying to the alias of Joseph Dzhugashvili

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EtymologyEdit

Transliteration of Russian Ста́лин (Stálin).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈstalɪn]
  • Rhymes: -alɪn
  • Hyphenation: Sta‧lin

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Stalin m anim

  1. a transliteration of a Russian surname, usually applying to the alias of Joseph Dzhugashvili [since 20th c.]
    • 1937 April 30, Arne Novák, “Několik glos na okraji Gideova Návratu ze Sovětského svazu”, in Lumír[1], volume 63, number 3, page 159–162:
      André Gide se octl v úplných rozpacích, když všude pozoroval přímo nestvůrný kult Stalina. [] Stalin, krutovládce z Kavkazu nad Rusí, jest spíše symbolem, než skutečnou osobou, symbolem, jemuž náleží stejná úcta jako ikoně.
      André Gide felt completely confused when he saw the really monstrous cult of Stalin everywhere. [] Stalin, the tyrant from the Caucasus, which towers above Russia, is more a symbol than a real person, symbol to whom the same reverence belongs as to an icon.

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  • Stalin in Kartotéka Novočeského lexikálního archivu

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EtymologyEdit

From Russian Ста́лин (Stálin), from сталь (stalʹ, steel), from German Stahl (steel)

Proper nounEdit

Stalin

  1. Stalin