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False Friends in Slavic Languages


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Bulgarian ‘злодей’

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

  • villain, evil man

Semasiological map for ‘*zlodějь’

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

Bulgarian ‘злодей’:

  • The Bulgarian meaning ‘villain, evil man’ is shared by Russian злодей.
  • The meaning ‘thief’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘злодей’) is attested in Belarusian злодзей, Czech zloděj, Polish złodziej, Slovak zlodej and Ukrainian злодій.
  • The meaning ‘criminal’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘злодей’) is attested in Russian злодей.
Bulgarian
злодей
Meaning:
  • villain, evil man
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Belarusian
злодзей
Meaning:
  • thief
Bulgarian
злодей
Meaning:
  • villain, evil man
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Czech
zloděj
Meaning:
  • thief
Bulgarian
злодей
Meaning:
  • villain, evil man
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Polish
złodziej
Meaning:
  • thief
Bulgarian
злодей
Meaning:
  • villain, evil man
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Russian
злодей
Meaning:
  1. criminal
  2. villain, evil man
Bulgarian
злодей
Meaning:
  • villain, evil man
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Slovak
zlodej
Meaning:
  • thief
Bulgarian
злодей
Meaning:
  • villain, evil man
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Ukrainian
злодій
Meaning:
  • thief

Semasiological Map for *zlodějь

*zlodějь

Meanings:

‘thief’
‘criminal’
‘villain, evil man’
no such word
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*zlodějь
Meanings
thief criminal villain, evil man
Russian злодей++
Ukrainian злодій+
Belarusian злодзей+
Polish złodziej+
Czech zloděj+
Slovak zlodej+
Bulgarian злодей+
Meanings thief criminal villain, evil man

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