Scythian

Scythian
{'siθiən}
I. ист. a скитски
II. 1. скит
2. скитски език
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{'sidiъn} ист. I. а скитски; II. п 1. скит; 2. скитски език.
* * *
1. i. ист. a скитски 2. ii. скит 3. скитски език
* * *
Scythian[´siuiən] ист. I. аdj скитски; II. n скит; скитски език.

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