Gospodin



[guh-spuh-dyeen] /gə spʌˈdyin/

noun, plural gospoda
[guh-spuh-dah] /gə spʌˈdɑ/ (Show IPA). Russian.
1.
a title of respect corresponding to Mr.
/ɡəspaˈdin/
noun (pl) -poda (-paˈda)
1.
a Russian title of address, often indicating respect, equivalent to sir when used alone or to Mr when before a name

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