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родно́й

adjective
often used word (#652)

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  • 1.
    own, native, home, dear, darling, relatives, relations, kinsfolk, kin

    own

    Also: native, home, dear, darling, relatives, relations, kinsfolk, kin

Also

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A good example is ручка which looks like
1. pen, ballpoint
2. handle, knob, grip
3. arm
4. arm rest

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Declension

mMasculin
fFeminin
nNeuter
plPlural
Nom. Nominative родно́й родна́я родно́е родны́е
Gen. Genitive родно́го родно́й родно́го родны́х
Dat. Dative родно́му родно́й родно́му родны́м
Acc. Accusative родно́й
родно́го
родну́ю родно́е родны́е
родны́х
Inst. Instrumental родны́м родно́й
родно́ю
родны́м родны́ми
Prep. Prepositional родно́м родно́й родно́м родны́х

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