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dacha

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noun da·cha \ˈdä-chə also ˈda-\

Simple Definition of dacha

  • : a small Russian house in the countryside that is used especially in the summer

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of dacha

  1. :  a Russian country cottage used especially in the summer

Origin and Etymology of dacha

Russian, from Old Russian, land allotted by a prince; akin to Latin dos dowry — more at date


First Known Use: 1896


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