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o·gon·ek

 (ə-gôn′ĕk, -gŏn′-)
n.
A mark resembling a hook (˛) placed beneath a letter, usually to indicate nasalization, as in Polish, or sometimes vowel length, as in Lithuanian.

[Polish, from diminutive of ogon, tail, from Proto-Slavic *ogonŭ (probably originally "that which drives away (flies and the like)") : *o-, ob-, around, on + *goniti, to push, chase, drive.]
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The broad scope of the evening sky described in the opening lines of Pushkin's poem is juxtaposed in the second stanza with a detailed, intimate view of a private, "homey" interior that could not be further from a military camp in feel: "And night has clothed with twilight / The peaceful corner of comfort / In the fireplace burns a small flame" (I mirnyi negi ugolok / Noch' sumrakom odela, / V kamne gasnet ogonek).
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