Светлой памяти Нины Макаровны Чередеевой-


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The Pillow

Lithuanians call it pagalvė, from pa 'under' and galva 'head', while Russians label it подушка [podūška] – from под [pod] 'under' and yxo [ūxo] 'ear', a concept reflected in French oreiller, from oreille 'ear'. Macedonians identify it as перница [pérnitsa] – from перо [péro] 'feather'. While the Romans called it cervical, from Latin cervix 'neck', the Spaniards refer to it as almohada – from Arabic المـُخَدَّة [almuxáddah], itself from خَد [xad] 'cheek'. The Greeks, on their part, talk of μαξιλάρι – from Latin maxillaris 'jaw'.

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