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ibrik

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Farms and in castles, in homes, studies, and cloisters—where sensible people manage to live relatively lusty and decent lives, as moral as they must be, as free as they may be, and as masterly as they can be. If we only knew it, this elusive arrangement is happiness.
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English

Etymology

From Turkish ibrik (ewer) < Arabic إبريق (ibrīq) < Persian آبریز (ābriz) < آب (āb), water) + present stem of verb ریختن (rikhtan), to pour).

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ɪb'ri:k/

Noun

Singular
ibrik

Plural
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  1. A long-spouted pitcher, typically made of brass. Occasionally confused with a Turkish coffee pot, which is properly called "jezve".



Bosnian

Etymology

From Turkish ibrik (ewer) < Arabic إبريق (ibrīq) < Persian آبریز (ābriz) < آب (āb), water) + present stem of verb ریختن (rikhtan), to pour).


Noun

ibrik m (plural ibrici)

  1. ibrik (ewer)

Declension

Declension of ibrik Singular Plural
Nominative ibrik ibrici
Genitive ibrika ibrika
Dative ibriku ibricima
Accusative ibrik ibrike
Vocative ibriče ibrici
Instrumental ibrikom ibricima
Locative ibriku ibricima



Croatian

Etymology

From Turkish ibrik (ewer) < Arabic إبريق (ibrīq) < Persian آبریز (ābriz) < آب (āb), water) + present stem of verb ریختن (rikhtan), to pour).

Noun

ibrik m (plural ibrici)

  1. ibrik (ewer)

Declension


Hungarian

Etymology

From Turkish ibrik (ewer) < Arabic إبريق (ibrīq) < Persian آبریز (ābriz) < آب (āb), water) + present stem of verb ریختن (rikhtan), to pour).

Noun

ibrik (plural ibrikek)

  1. ibrik (ewer)

Serbian

Etymology

From Turkish ibrik (ewer) < Arabic إبريق (ibrīq) < Persian آبریز (ābriz) < آب (āb), water) + present stem of verb ریختن (rikhtan), to pour).

Noun

ibrik m. (plural ibrici) (Cyrillic spelling ибрик)

  1. ibrik (ewer)

Declension

Declension of ibrik Singular Plural
Nominative ibrik ibrici
Genitive ibrika ibrika
Dative ibriku ibricima
Accusative ibrik ibrike
Vocative ibriče ibrici
Instrumental ibrikom ibricima
Locative ibriku ibricima



Turkish

Etymology

From Arabic إبريق (ibrīq) < Persian آبریز (ābriz) < آب (āb), water) + present stem of verb ریختن (rikhtan), to pour).

Noun

ibrik

  1. ibrik (ewer)

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