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dug

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Noun

Singular
dug

Plural
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  1. mammary gland on domestic mammal containing more than two breasts. Usually used in the plural form.

Verb

dug

  1. Simple past tense and past participle of dig.

Bosnian

Etymology

From a Common Slavic *dolg

Noun

dug m.

  1. debt

Adjective

dug m.

  1. long

Croatian

Etymology

From a Common Slavic *dolg

Noun

dug m (plural dugovi)

  1. debt

Declension

Adjective

dug m.

  1. long

Danish

Etymology

Old Norse dúkr

Noun

dug c.

  1. cloth
  2. dew

Hungarian

Pronunciation

Verb

dug

  1. insert; push in
  2. hide, conceal

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Serbian

Etymology

From a Common Slavic *dolg

Noun

dug m.

  1. debt

Adjective

dug m.

  1. long

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