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datcha

[dah-chuh] /ˈdɑ tʃə/
noun
1.

dacha

[dah-chuh] /ˈdɑ tʃə/
noun
1.
a Russian country house or villa.
Origin of dacha
1895-1900
1895-1900; < Russian dácha, orig., allotment of land; cognate with Serbo-Croatian dȁća, Slovene dáča tribute < Slavic *datja; akin to Latin dōs, stem dōt- dowry, dot2
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British Dictionary definitions for datcha

datcha

/ˈdætʃə/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of dacha

dacha

/ˈdætʃə/
noun
1.
a country house or cottage in Russia
Word Origin
from Russian: a giving, gift
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Word Origin and History for datcha

dacha

n.

from Russian dacha, originally "gift," from Slavic *datja, from PIE *do- "to give" (see donation).

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