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среда

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Macedonian

понеделник вторник среда четврток петок сабота недела

Etymology

From среда < средина (middle), meaning middle of the week.

Noun

среда f.

  1. Wednesday

Russian

понедельник вторник среда четверг пятница суббота воскресенье

Etymology 1

From середа < середина (middle), meaning middle of the week in earlier Russian tradition where the first day of the week was Sunday (not Monday as now).

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /srʲɪˈda/

Noun

среда (sredá) f.

  1. Wednesday
    • в среду (v srédu) — on Wednesday
    • по средам (po sredám) — on Wednesdays
    • к среде (k sredé) — by Wednesday
    • со среды (so sredý) — from Wednesday
    • со среды до пятницы (so sredý do pjátnitsy) — from Wednesday to Friday
    • в среду на следующей неделе (v srédu na slédujuščej nedéle) — on Wednesday week
Declension
Singular Plural
nominative среда́ сре́ды
genitive среды́ сред
dative среде́ среда́м
accusative сре́ду сре́ды
instrumental средо́й,
средо́ю
среда́ми
prepositional о среде́ о среда́х

Etymology 2

Same as Etymology 1

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /srʲɪˈda/

Noun

среда (sredá) f.

  1. environment, surroundings, sphere
  2. midst
  3. medium
Declension
Singular Plural
nominative среда́ сре́ды
genitive среды́ сред
dative среде́ сре́дам
accusative среду́ сре́ды
instrumental средо́й,
средо́ю
сре́дами
prepositional о среде́ о сре́дах
See also

Serbian

Etymology

From среда < средина (middle), meaning middle of the week.

Noun

среда f. (plural среде) (Roman spelling sreda)

  1. Wednesday

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