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Russian ‘гроб’

The database knows following meanings of the Russian word ‘гроб’:

  • coffin

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The database has information related to this term for Belarusian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Kashubian, Polish, Serbian and Slovenian.

Russian ‘гроб’:

  • The Russian meaning ‘coffin’ is unique.
  • The meaning ‘grave’ (not present in Russian ‘гроб’, translated as ‘могила’) is attested in Bosnian grob, Bulgarian гроб, Croatian grob, Polish grób, Serbian гроб and Slovenian grob.

NB: No information yet for Czech, Macedonian, Slovak, Lower Sorbian, Upper Sorbian and Ukrainian.

Russian
гроб
Meaning:
  • coffin
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Belarusian
- no corresponding term.
Russian
гроб
Meaning:
  • coffin
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Bosnian
grob
Meaning in Russian:
  • могила / grave
Russian
гроб
Meaning:
  • coffin
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Bulgarian
гроб
Meaning in Russian:
  • могила / grave
Russian
гроб
Meaning:
  • coffin
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Croatian
grob
Meaning in Russian:
  • могила / grave
Russian
гроб
Meaning:
  • coffin
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Kashubian
- no corresponding term.
Russian
гроб
Meaning in Polish:
  • trumna / coffin
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Polish
grób
Meaning in Russian:
  • могила / grave
Russian
гроб
Meaning:
  • coffin
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Serbian
гроб
Meaning in Russian:
  • могила / grave
Russian
гроб
Meaning in Slovenian:
  • krsta / coffin
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Slovenian
grob
Meaning in Russian:
  • могила / grave

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*grobъ

Meanings:

‘coffin’
‘grave’
no such word
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*grobъ
Meanings
coffin grave
Russian гроб+
Belarusian
Polish grób+
Kashubian
Slovenian grob+
Croatian grob+
Bosnian grob+
Serbian гроб+
Bulgarian гроб+
Meanings coffin grave

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