The Russian term "bal ka, brevno, brus" matches the English term "beam"

other russian words that include "ka" : english :
azbuka, al fabit ABC
oshibka aberration
akademicheskij, student, akademik academic
akademiya academy
ataka access
advokat advocate
Afrika Africa
afrikanets African
afrikanka African woman
agressiya, ataka aggression
puskat’, pustit’ allow
vse, kazhdihj all the
azbuka, al fabit alphabet
Amerika America
amerikanskij, amerikanets American
amerikanka American woman
Ankara Angora
Ankara Ankara
Antarktika Antarctic
arabka Arabian woman
arka arc
arka arch
arifmetika arithmetic
ruka arm
kak, tak as
aziatka Asian woman
atl etika athletics
atomistika atomic theory
atakovat’, ataka attack
avstral ijka Australian woman
Bajkal Baikal
Bal kanih Balkans
bank, banka bank
budka barn
barrikadirovat’, barrikada barricade
advokat barrister
advokat barrister at law
akkumul yator, batarejka battery
bel ‘gijskij, bel ‘gijka, bel ‘giets Belgian
bel ‘gijka Belgian woman
bl okada blockade
chernika blueberry
l odka boat
knizhnihj shkaf bookcase
kapitan boss
botanika botany
butihl ka bottle
arka bow
azbuka dl ya sl epihkh braille
bol garka Bulgarian woman
babochka butterfly
shkaf cabinet
Kair Cairo
Kampuchiya Cambodia
Kamerun Cameroon
banka can
Kanada Canada
kanal canal
bajdarka canoe
karta card
Karpatskie gorih, Karpatih Carpathian mountains
Karpatskie gorih, Karpatih Carpathians
Kavkaz Caucasus
kanal channel
aptekar’, khimik chemist
apteka chemist’s shop
kapitan chief
bul ka chunk
batyushka clergyman
bul ka clod
shkaf closet
prikaz, prikazihvat’, prikazat’ command
advokat, sovet counsel
pl akat’, zapl akat’ cry
shkaf cupboard
Dakka Dacca
Dakar Dakar
spuskat’sya, spustit’sya descend
sobaka dog
Dominikanskaya Respubl ika Dominican Republic
apteka drugstore
za, poka during
vse, kazhdihj each
azbuka, al fabit elements
angl ijskij, angl ichanka English
angl ichanka Englishwoman
oshibka error
vse, kazhdihj every
vse, kazhdihj everybody
vse, kazhdihj every one
fabrika, zavod factory
studentka female student
za, poka, iz-za for
vil ka fork
avtoruchka fountain pen
spuskat’sya, spustit’sya get off
bal ka, brevno, brus girder
devushka girl
spuskat’sya, spustit’sya go down
bab’i skazki gossip
grammatika grammar
babushka grandmother
rabochij, ruka hand
kak how
kartina image
advokat intercessor
kak in what way
Yamajka Jamaica
Kabul Kabul
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
devushka lass
arkan lasso
advokat lawyer
kapitan leader
puskat’, pustit’ leave
puskat’, pustit’ let
bibl iotekar’ librarian
bibl ioteka library
kak like
bul ka lump
karta map
karta menu
Meksika Mexico
akusherka midwife
oshibka mistake
azbuka morze Morse alphabet
bul avka needle
akusherka, akushër obstetrician
prikazihvat’, prikazat’, prikaz order
kartina painting
batyushka pastor
karandash pencil
kartina picture
bul avka pin
batyushka priest
puskat’, pustit’ release
reka river
azbuka, al fabit rudiments
angl ijskaya l avka safety pin
banka sandbank
govorit’, skazat’ say
budka shed
shkaf sideboard
advokat solicitor
bel ka squirrel
budka, stoyat’, postoyat’ stand
Pa-de-Kal e Street of Dover
studentka, student student
kak such a
kak such as
govorit’, skazat’, prikazihvat’, prikazat’ tell
Antarktika the Antarctic
bedro, l yazhka thigh
banka tin
banka tin can
pishushchaya mashinka typewriter
akademik university graduate
amerikanets US citizen
vodka vodka
ofitsiantka waitress
borodavka wart
pl akat’, zapl akat’ weep
devushka wench
kak what a
za, poka whereas
za, poka, vremya while
za, poka whilst
baba-yaka witch
other russian words that include "brevno" : english :
bal ka, brevno, brus girder
other russian words that include "brus" : english :
bal ka, brevno, brus girder
brusok pole
brusok rod


Even in Space
It is the most widely adopted language in Eurasia. Chinese beats out Russian with the sheer numbers of speakers it has. But Russia has the widest geographical reach. Russian is such an important language that during the Space Race, learning the language became part of Astronaut training. This is still true today as Russian is a language of the International Space Station.
Starts with A
Russian does not have a lot of words that start with “A.” It’s been almost a rule going back to early times. Most native Russian words don’t start with A. There are a few exceptions like “alphabet” and “perhaps.” But other than that, if you see a Russian word that starts with “A,” the chances are that it’s a foreign word imported into the language.