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Kazakh

Cyrillic (bakterïya)
Arabic
Kazakh Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia kk

Etymology

Borrowed from Russian (baktérija, baktrija), from Latin bacteria, plural of bacterium, from Ancient Greek (bakt?rion), neuter diminutive of (bakt?ría, "rod, stick").

Pronunciation

Noun

o (bakterïya)

  1. bacterium

Declension

Derived terms

  • ? (bakterïyal?)
  • (bakterïyal?q)

Kyrgyz

Kyrgyz Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia ky

Etymology

Borrowed from Russian (baktérija, baktrija), from Latin bacteria, plural of bacterium, from Ancient Greek (bakt?rion).

Noun

o (bakteriya)

  1. (bacteriology) bacterium

Declension


Russian

Russian Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia ru

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): [b?k't?erj?]
  • IPA(key): [b?k't?rj?] (phonetic respelling: )
  • (file)

Noun

o (baktérija, baktrijaf inan or f anim (genitive , nominative plural , genitive plural )

  1. bacterium

Usage notes

  • With the exception of scientific or medical works, this noun is typically treated as inanimate.

Declension

Related terms

  • (bakteriál?nyj, bakt?riál?nyj)
  • (bakteriofág, bakt?riofág)

Descendants

  • -> Kazakh: (bakterïya)
  • -> Kyrgyz: (bakteriya)

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