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False Friends in Slavic Languages


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Bosnian ‘dojiti’

The database knows following meanings of the Bosnian word ‘dojiti’:

  • to breast-feed
  • to suckle

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The database has information related to this term for Croatian, Russian and Serbian.

Bosnian ‘dojiti’:

  • is a complete false friend in Russian.
  • is a true friend in Croatian.
  • does not have all its Bosnian meanings in Serbian.
  • The Bosnian meaning ‘to breast-feed’ is shared by Croatian dojiti and Serbian дојити.
  • The Bosnian meaning ‘to suckle’ is shared by Croatian dojiti.
  • The meaning ‘to milk’ (not present in Bosnian ‘dojiti’, translated as ‘musti’) is attested in Russian доить.
Bosnian
dojiti
Meaning:
  1. to breast-feed
  2. to suckle
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Croatian
dojiti
Meaning:
  1. to breast-feed
  2. to suckle
Bosnian
dojiti
Meaning in Russian:
  1. кормить грудью / to breast-feed
  2. кормить грудью / to suckle
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Russian
доить
Meaning in Bosnian:
  • musti / to milk
Bosnian
dojiti
Meaning:
  1. to breast-feed
  2. to suckle
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Serbian
дојити
Meaning:
  • to breast-feed

Semasiological Map for *doiti

*doiti

Meanings:

‘to breast-feed’
‘to suckle’
‘to milk’
no such word
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*doiti
Meanings
to breast-feed to suckle to milk
Russian доить+
Croatian dojiti++
Bosnian dojiti++
Serbian дојити+
Meanings to breast-feed to suckle to milk

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