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    Shashlik

    Anyone know what this word is? or means?? I don't..........
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    Шашлык - кушанье из кусочков баранины, говядины, свинины, рыбы и т.п., нанизанных на вертел, шампур и зажаренных над огнём вместе с кольцами лука и иной приправой.

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    it`s a russian word for kebab
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    Ramil!!!!
    WHY???

    Я теперь до смерти хочу шашлыка!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leof
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    Я теперь до смерти хочу шашлыка!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST
    it`s a russian word for kebab
    Well.... it's not really Russian is it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leof
    Ramil!!!!
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    Я теперь до смерти хочу шашлыка!
    А я подавился слюной.
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    sure, shashlik is Russian, originally from the Caucasia (which is a Russian region)

    oh, and you eat it with spicy, self-made ketchup, and grilled vegetables ...

    perfect grill-party dish

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    Quote Originally Posted by RussianHoney18
    sure, shashlik is Russian, originally from the Caucasia (which is a Russian region)

    oh, and you eat it with spicy, self-made ketchup, and grilled vegetables ...

    perfect grill-party dish
    Right. I think that was TATY's point: it was from the Caucauses, and not "Russia proper" in terms of the Slavic, ethnic Russian core. This seems to suggest it was from either the Caucauses or Turkey (I always thought like Georgia):
    http://www.answers.com/topic/shish-kebab
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    right, so shashlik has roots from Turkey, came to Armenia, Caucasus and then spread to all over Russia....now that we know its lifestory, we can talk about the awesome taaast :P...

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    shish-kebab is a good normal English word, too, isn't it?

    And we can all write about that mouth-watering photo using a карандаш, which isn't Russian either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaika
    shish-kebab is a good normal English word, too, isn't it?

    And we can all write about that mouth-watering photo using a карандаш, which isn't Russian either.
    I wouldn't say shish-kebab is an English word.

    I was just saying шашлик is a loan word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    I was just saying шашлик is a loan word.
    loan-shmoan, it is written in Russian and used in the Russian language. Therefore it is a Russian word. If it is written like a duck, if it is used like a duck, it is a duck.

    Ethymology is a different subject. No word is french because it is all loan words from latin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka_vinnie
    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    I was just saying шашлик is a loan word.
    loan-shmoan, it is written in Russian and used in the Russian language. Therefore it is a Russian word. If it is written like a duck, if it is used like a duck, it is a duck.

    Ethymology is a different subject. No word is french because it is all loan words from latin?
    Well, I think that the word "шашлык" is quite new for Russian language. It's new enough to be felt as something not entirely Russian. It kinda doesn't sound Russian, even though all native speakers do know this word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vesh
    Well, I think that the word "шашлык" is quite new for Russian language. It's new enough to be felt as something not entirely Russian. It kinda doesn't sound Russian, even though all native speakers do know this word.
    When you say "new", do you mean something like two, three hundred years? "Шашлыкъ" есть в словаре Даля.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lampada
    Quote Originally Posted by Vesh
    Well, I think that the word "шашлык" is quite new for Russian language. It's new enough to be felt as something not entirely Russian. It kinda doesn't sound Russian, even though all native speakers do know this word.
    When you say "new", do you mean something like two, three hundred years? "Шашлыкъ" есть в словаре Даля.
    To my knowledge, and I well may be wrong, it came to Russian during Caucasus war approx. 400 ago. But it was not used widely. As well as this food was not cooked a lot outside of Caucasus region.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vesh
    Quote Originally Posted by Lampada
    Quote Originally Posted by Vesh
    Well, I think that the word "шашлык" is quite new for Russian language. It's new enough to be felt as something not entirely Russian. It kinda doesn't sound Russian, even though all native speakers do know this word.
    When you say "new", do you mean something like two, three hundred years? "Шашлыкъ" есть в словаре Даля.
    To my knowledge, and I well may be wrong, it came to Russian during Caucasus war approx. 400 ago. But it was not used widely. As well as this food was not cooked a lot outside of Caucasus region.
    Of course this is a grey area. I mean English is full of word of foreign, e.g. French origin.

    But certain words are much more recent, and or not particularly aglisised.

    Toilet comes from French Toillette but has been anglisised and has been in English for aaaaaaaaages.

    Naive is much more recent however and still is often written wth the dots above the I.

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    The word "шашлык" comes from the tatar language. "шаш" means "spit", "лык" is a suffix.
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