stepen

stȅpēn m
DEFINICIJA
1. zast. stepenica [Rački piše 1857. da je Bašćanska ploča ležala u podu »uz stepen do samog svetišta«]
2. razg. [i] (+ srp.)[/i] stupanj, v.
ETIMOLOGIJA
prasl. i stsl. stepenь (rus. stépen', polj. stopień), lit. stepas ≃ stvnjem. stuoffa

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