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Avar[senisim]

Alternative forms[senisim]

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Noun[senisim]

Templet:av-noun

  1. mother; mom, mum

See also[senisim]

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Belarusian[senisim]

Etymology[senisim]

From Proto-Slavic *baba.

Pronunciation[senisim]

Noun[senisim]

Templet:be-noun

  1. grandmother, granny, old woman
  2. (historical) (any) woman; countrywoman
    не ме́ла ба́ба кло́пату (дык) купі́ла ба́ба парася́nje mjéla bába klópatu (dyk) kupíla bába parasjáthe woman had no trouble but the woman has bought a piglet
  3. (informal, slang, derogatory) woman, female, broad

Declension[senisim]

Templet:be-ndecl

Noun[senisim]

Templet:be-noun

  1. pile block

Declension[senisim]

Templet:be-ndecl

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Bulgarian[senisim]

Etymology[senisim]

From Proto-Slavic *baba.

Pronunciation[senisim]

Noun[senisim]

Templet:bg-noun

  1. grandmother, grandma, granny, gran
  2. old woman, goody, granny
  3. mother-in-law (one’s wife’s mother)
  4. midwife, wise woman
  5. wise woman, sorceress, witch
  6. woman, weakling, milksop, mollycoddle, molly, old maid
  7. monkey

Declension[senisim]

Templet:bg-ndecl

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Hunzib[senisim]

Noun[senisim]

баба [[Category:Templet:huz nouns|баба]]

  1. bread

Kazakh[senisim]

Templet:kk-regional

Noun[senisim]

Templet:kk-noun

  1. grandfather

Declension[senisim]

Templet:kk-decl-noun


Khinalug[senisim]

Noun[senisim]

баба [[Category:Templet:kjj nouns|баба]]

  1. bread

Komi-Zyrian[senisim]

Etymology[senisim]

Templet:dercat Borrowed from Russian баба (baba).

Pronunciation[senisim]

Noun[senisim]

баба [[Category:Templet:kpv nouns|баба]]

  1. old woman
  2. wife, wifey

Declension[senisim]

Templet:kpv-decl-vowel

Derived terms[senisim]

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References[senisim]


Macedonian[senisim]

Etymology 1[senisim]

From Proto-Slavic *baba.

Pronunciation[senisim]

  • Templet:mk-IPA
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    [[Category:Templet:mk terms with audio links|баба]]
  • Hyphenation: ба‧ба

Noun[senisim]

Templet:Cyrl Templet:f (plural Templet:slink, related adjective Templet:slink, related adjective 2 Templet:slink, diminutive Templet:slink, diminutive 2 Templet:slink, diminutive 3 Templet:slink, augmentative Templet:slink)[[Category:Templet:mk nouns|баба]]

  1. grandmother, grandma, granny, gran
  2. old woman, goody, granny
  3. mother-in-law (one’s wife’s mother)
  4. midwife
  5. (historical) (any) woman; countrywoman
  6. (derogatory) milksop, weakling, old woman (weak man)
Declension[senisim]

Templet:mk-decl-noun-f

References[senisim]

Etymology 2[senisim]

Borrowed from Ottoman Turkish بابا(baba) (Turkish baba).

Pronunciation[senisim]

Noun[senisim]

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  1. father, dad (used by Muslim Macedonians)
Declension[senisim]

Templet:mk-decl-noun-fp

Synonyms[senisim]

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Old Church Slavonic[senisim]

Alternative forms[senisim]

Etymology[senisim]

From Proto-Slavic *baba.

Noun[senisim]

{{|баба|face=head|lang=cu}} Templet:f [[Category:Templet:cu nouns|баба]]

  1. grandmother
  2. midwife
  3. wet nurse

Declension[senisim]

Templet:cu-decl-noun-a


Old East Slavic[senisim]

Etymology[senisim]

From Proto-Slavic *baba.

Noun[senisim]

Templet:orv-noun

  1. married woman
  2. midwife
  3. fortune teller, hex
  4. (in the plural) women

Descendants[senisim]

  • Russian: ба́ба (bába)
  • Ukrainian: ба́ба (bába)

References[senisim]


Russian[senisim]

Etymology[senisim]

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *baba.

Pronunciation[senisim]

Noun[senisim]

Templet:ru-noun+

  1. (childish) grandma, granny Templet:i
    Ма́ма, а где ба́ба?Máma, a gde bába?Mom, where’s grandma?
  2. (informal or archaic) old woman Templet:i
    Жи́ли-бы́ли дед да ба́ба.Žíli-býli ded da bába.There once lived an old man and his old woman.
  3. (historical) (any) woman; countrywoman
  4. (informal, slang, derogatory) woman, female, broad; countrywoman
    Кто э́та ба́ба?Kto éta bába?Who's that broad?
    Все ба́бы ду́ры; все мужики́ сво́лочи (contemporary Russian saying)
    Vse báby — dúry; vse mužikí — svóloči
    "Every woman is stupid, every man is a bastard"
  5. (obsolete) peasant’s wife, peasant woman
  6. (derogatory) milksop, old woman (weak man)
  7. (technical) ram Templet:i
  8. (technical) drop weight
  9. (cooking) baba (tall, cylindrical cake), bundt cake, Gugelhupf
    ро́мовая ба́баrómovaja bábarum baba, rum cake
  10. in expressions
    сне́жная ба́баsnéžnaja bábasnowman
    ка́менная ба́баkámennaja bábaprimitive stone statue

Declension[senisim]

Descendants[senisim]

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Related terms[senisim]


Serbo-Croatian[senisim]

Etymology[senisim]

From Proto-Slavic *baba.

Pronunciation[senisim]

  • IPA(key): /bâba/
  • Hyphenation: ба‧ба

Noun[senisim]

ба̏ба f (Latin spelling bȁba)

  1. grandmother
  2. granny, grandma
  3. (usually derogatory) old woman, hag
  4. (derogatory) female person

Declension[senisim]

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Udi[senisim]

Noun[senisim]

баба [[Category:Templet:udi nouns|баба]]

  1. father

Ukrainian[senisim]

Etymology[senisim]

From Proto-Slavic *baba.

Pronunciation[senisim]

Noun[senisim]

Templet:uk-noun

  1. grandmother, granny, old woman (in some cases maternal grandmother only)
  2. a fortune teller or witch, practising the art of віск зливати (visk zlyvaty, wax pouring)
  3. (historical) (any) woman; countrywoman
    не ма́ла ба́ба кло́поту та купи́ла ба́ба порося́ne mála bába klópotu ta kupýla bába porosjáthe woman had no trouble but the woman has bought a piglet
  4. (informal, slang, derogatory) woman, female, broad

Declension[senisim]

Templet:uk-ndecl

Noun[senisim]

Templet:uk-noun

  1. baba, babka (a special, delicate ritual bread that is blessed by a priest at Easter)
    Synonym: ба́бка (bábka)
  2. baba (a name given to сніп (snip) at Christmas, a sheaf of grain (wheat or rye), brought into the home for Christmas Eve supper свята́ вече́ря (svjatá večérja), placed in a corner of the room and later fed to livestock or cattle)

Declension[senisim]

Templet:uk-ndecl

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Urum[senisim]

Noun[senisim]

баба (baba) [[Category:Templet:uum nouns|баба]]

  1. father