Nouns represent people or things. You’ll need them whenever you want to refer to somebody or something. Memorize the Ukrainian nouns below and you’ll be well equipped for almost every basic conversation.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Ukrainian“.

Basic Words & Phrases: Nouns

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Important nouns

EnglishUkrainianUkrainian
(Romanization)
Ukrainian
(Stress)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
childдитинаdytynadytyna
manлюдинаliudynaliudyna
womanжінкаzhinkazhinka
familyсім'яsim'iasim'ia
town / cityмістечко
місто
mistechko
misto
mistechko
misto
countryкраїнаkraïnakraïna
worldсвітsvitsvit
houseбудинокbudynokbudynok
carавтомобільavtomobil'avtomobil'
street / roadвулиця
дорога
vulytsia
doroha
vulytsia
doroha
shopмагазинmahazynmahazyn
doorдверіdveridveri
tableстілstilstil
chairстілецьstilets'stilets'
windowвікноviknovikno
newspaperгазетаhazetahazeta
bookкнижкаknyzhkaknyzhka
penкулькова ручкаkul'kova ruchkakul'kova ruchka
bagсумкаsumkasumka
rucksackрюкзакriukzakriukzak
happinessщастяshchastiashchastia
loveлюбовliubovliubov
flowerквіткаkvitkakvitka
ballм'ячm'iachm'iach
workроботаrobotarobota
vacationвідпусткаvidpustkavidpustka
passportпаспортpasportpasport
languageмоваmovamova
questionпитанняpytanniapytannia
answerвідповідатиvidpovidatyvidpovidaty
beginning / startпочаток
старт
pochatok
start
pochatok
start
endкінецьkinets'kinets'
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