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See also: ?, , ym, and Ym

Bulgarian

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *um?

Pronunciation

Noun

o (umm

  1. mind, intellect, brains, brain, grey matter, nous, grey cells

Declension

Synonyms

  • (moz?k)

Macedonian

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *um?.

Noun

o (umm

  1. intellect, intelligence, mind, wit, brain

Russian

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *um?.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): [um]
  • (file)

Noun

o (umm inan (genitive ?, nominative plural ?, genitive plural )

  1. mind
    ? ? - v svojóm umé - in one's senses, in one's right mind
    ? ? - ne v svojóm umé - not right in the head, out of one's sense
    - vzját?sja za um - clean up one's act
    ? - u nevó um za rázum za?ól - he got crazy
    ? - prijtí na um - to occur, to cross one's mind
    /? ? ? - svodít?/svestí s umá - to go crazy
  2. intellect
  3. cleverness, brains, wit
  4. reason

Declension

Synonyms

  • ? (intellékt)
  • (rázum)
  • (rassudítel?nost?)
  • (soobra?énije)
  • (soobrazítel?nost?)

Derived terms

  • ? ? pf (sojtí s umá)

Related terms

  • ? (umnét?), (poumnét?)
  • (úmnik)
  • ? (úmnica)
  • (úmnyj)

Serbo-Croatian

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *um?

Pronunciation

Noun

 m (Latin spelling ?m)

  1. mind
  2. intellect
  3. wit

Declension


Udmurt

Etymology

From Proto-Finno-Ugric *adema.

Noun

o (um)

  1. dream

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