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Bulgarian ‘урод’

The database knows following meanings of the Bulgarian word ‘урод’:

  • malformed person
  • monster

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The database has information related to this term for Czech, Polish, Russian and Ukrainian.

Bulgarian ‘урод’:

  • The Bulgarian meaning ‘malformed person’ is shared by Russian урод.
  • The Bulgarian meaning ‘monster’ is shared by Russian урод.
  • The meaning ‘beauty’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘урод’) is attested in Polish uroda and Ukrainian врода.
  • The meaning ‘appearance’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘урод’) is attested in Polish uroda.
  • The meaning ‘charm, attraction’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘урод’) is attested in Polish uroda.
  • The meaning ‘crop’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘урод’, translated as ‘реколта’) is attested in Czech úroda and Ukrainian врода.
Bulgarian
урод
Meaning in Czech:
  1. zrůda / malformed person
  2. zrůda / monster
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úroda
Meaning in Bulgarian:
  • реколта / crop
Bulgarian
урод
Meaning in Polish:
  1. dziwoląg / malformed person
  2. potwór / monster
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Polish
uroda
Meaning:
  1. beauty
  2. appearance
  3. charm, attraction
Bulgarian
урод
Meaning:
  1. malformed person
  2. monster
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Russian
урод
Meaning:
  1. malformed person
  2. monster
Bulgarian
урод
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  1. виродок / malformed person
  2. потвора / monster
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Ukrainian
врода
Meaning in Bulgarian:
  1. beauty
  2. реколта / crop

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*urod-

Meanings:

‘beauty’
‘appearance’
‘charm, attraction’
‘crop’
‘malformed person’
‘monster’
no such word
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*urod-
Meanings
beauty appearance charm, attraction crop malformed person monster
Russian урод++
Ukrainian врода++
Polish uroda+++
Czech úroda+
Bulgarian урод++
Meanings beauty appearance charm, attraction crop malformed person monster

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