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Snowflake – Cнежинка

Russian word for snowflake

 

 

 

Cнежинка [sne-ZHEEN-ka]

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снежинка [sne-ZHEEN-ka] = snowflake – – noun, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case

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Russian word for snowflake
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Cнежинка [sne-ZHEEN-ka]

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снежинка [sne-ZHEEN-ka] = snowflake – – noun, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case

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Now you know how to say snowflake in Russian.