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milost

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Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *milostь.

Noun

mȉlōst f.

  1. mercy, compassion, favour
    služit ćemo sasvim kraljevu velikost,
    listo nas ti sad prim u miru na milost.
    Nikoga Bog odzgar razumom čestiti,
    Nikomu drugi dar i milost poskiti.
    Nu ja ne znam put li oni
    od vrloće i od bjenja
    ali je bolji ali oni
    od milosti i proštenja.
  2. grace (esp. divine)
    Tva me milost sad usliši
    da se vera tvâ uzviši.
  3. (law) pardon

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Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *milostь.

Noun

milost f.

  1. mercy
  2. grace
  3. pardon (law)
  4. To do: A title for a member of nobility or a king.

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