ćuška

ćȕška ž <D L -i/-šci, G mn -šākā/-ī>
DEFINICIJA
1. udarac dlanom po licu [prilijepiti ćušku]; pljuska
2. pren. ono što se trpi kao sramota [moralna ćuška]; blamaža
ONOMASTIKA
pr.: Ćȕška, Ćȕšković (Slavonija)
ETIMOLOGIJA
ekspr., onom.

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