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dušman

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Bosnian

Etymology

From Ottoman Turkish دشمن (düşman) < Persian دشمن (došman).

Noun

dušman m (plural dušmani)

  1. enemy

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Croatian

Etymology

From Ottoman Turkish دشمن (düşman) < Persian دشمن (došman).

Noun

dȕšman m.

  1. (expressively) a fierce enemy
    Mač iz toka, braćo,
    nek dušman zna kako mremo mi!

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Serbian

Etymology

From Ottoman Turkish دشمن (düşman) < Persian دشمن (došman).

Noun

dušman m. (plural dušmani) (Cyrillic spelling душман)

  1. enemy

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