stric


stric
strȋc m <G stríca, N mn stríčevi>
DEFINICIJA
1. očev brat
2. fam. dijete ili mlađa osoba u obraćanju starijem muškarcu, usp. striček
SINTAGMA
stric iz Amerike (ob. u šali) bogati dalji rođak koji ostavlja neočekivano nasljedstvo; nada u naglo obogaćenje bez stvarne osnove, tlapnja o bogatstvu
ONOMASTIKA
pr.: Stríčević (330, Solin, sred. Dalmacija, I Slavonija), Strȉčić (Zagreb, Nova Gradiška), Stríka (240, Zadar, Šibenik, Rijeka), Stríkić (120, Split, Sinj, Nova Gradiška, Omiš, Sinj), Strikínac (Sesvete, Slavonija), Strȉkoman (Šibenik), Strìnavić (200, Nova Gradiška, Zagreb), Strínić (310, Imotski, Split, Vinkovci, Knin), Strȋnović (Zagreb, Šibenik)
ETIMOLOGIJA
prasl. *stryjь (rus. stroj, polj. stryj) ≃ lit. strūjus: starac

Hrvatski jezični portal. 2014.

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  • stric — obs. form of streak n …   Useful english dictionary

  • stric — ab·stric·tion; con·stric·tion; con·stric·tor; re·stric·tion; re·stric·tion·ary; re·stric·tion·ism; stric·ti; stric·tis·si·mi; stric·tum; stric·ture; con·stric·tive; re·stric·tion·ist; re·stric·tive; elec·tro·stric·tive; re·stric·tive·ly;… …   English syllables

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  • stric|tion — «STRIHK shuhn», noun. a drawing tight; constriction. ╂[< Latin strictiō, ōnis < strictus; see etym. under strict (Cf. ↑strict)] …   Useful english dictionary

  • stric|ture — «STRIHK chuhr», noun. 1. an unfavorable criticism; critical remark: »We may now and then add a few strictures of reproof (Samuel Johnson). 2. an unhealthy narrowing of some canal, duct, or tube of the body, as of the urethra, esophagus, or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • stric·ture — /ˈstrıkʧɚ/ noun, pl tures [count] formal 1 : a law or rule that limits or controls something : ↑restriction moral strictures often + against or on strictures on/against the sale and possession of weapons 2 : a strong criticism …   Useful english dictionary

  • re|stric´tive|ness — re|stric|tive «rih STRIHK tihv», adjective, noun. –adj. restricting; limiting: »Some laws are prohibitive; some are only restrictive. –n. a restrictive word or expression: »In English, what thickens the confusion, is the indeterminate character… …   Useful english dictionary

  • re|stric´tive|ly — re|stric|tive «rih STRIHK tihv», adjective, noun. –adj. restricting; limiting: »Some laws are prohibitive; some are only restrictive. –n. a restrictive word or expression: »In English, what thickens the confusion, is the indeterminate character… …   Useful english dictionary


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