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mamut

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Bosnian

Noun

mamut m. sg. (pl.: mamuti)

  1. mammoth (animal)

Czech

Noun

mamut m.

  1. mammoth

Declension

Derived terms


Galician

Noun

mamut m. (plural mamuts)

Singular
mamut m.

Plural
mamuts m.

  1. mammoth

Hungarian

Etymology

Until 1984, it was spelt "mammut". From the [[w:Template:lang:de language|Template:lang:de]][[Category:hu:Template:lang:de derivations]] Mammut, from the French mammouth, from the the [[w:Template:lang:ru language|Template:lang:ru]][[Category:hu:Template:lang:ru derivations]] мамонт (mamoth), mammoth), from the Yakut mamma (earth). The residenters believed that the animal lives under the ground, because the first remains were dug from the earth.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈmɒmut/
  • Hyphenation: ma‧mut

Noun

mamut (plural mamutok)

  1. mammoth (Mammuthus)

Derived terms


Serbian

Noun

mamut m. sg. (pl.: mamuti)

  1. mammoth (animal)

Cyrillic spelling


Spanish

Noun

mamut m. sg.

  1. mammoth (animal)

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