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walter herman (Saturday, April 19, 2008 19:20)

i wonder what the russian name of their stove is. i vaguely remember my father{russian born} singing a song about a {i am spelling it phonetically} a prybbichuck,which i thought was the name for the stove. can someone help me? thanks


Max (Wednesday, July 7, 2010 09:34)

The Russian name for a stove is: pechka.(stress on the first vowel). By the way I find it frustrating that many Russian words are mispronounced. Here's an example: it is bAbushka not babUshka, or pirogI and not pirOgi, bolshevIk and not bOlshevik.


nam153087flebno (Sunday, January 3, 2021 04:11)

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