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Polish ‘kit’

The database knows following meanings of the Polish word ‘kit’:

  • putty, cement
See also: kilka

Semasiological map for ‘kit’

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

Polish ‘kit’:

  • The Polish meaning ‘putty, cement’ is unique.
  • The meaning ‘cat’ (not present in Polish ‘kit’, translated as ‘kot’) is attested in Ukrainian кіт and Ukrainian кішка.
  • The meaning ‘sprat’ (not present in Polish ‘kit’, translated as ‘kilka’) is attested in Polish kilka and Russian килька.
  • The meaning ‘gut’ (not present in Polish ‘kit’) is attested in Russian кишка.
  • The meaning ‘whale’ (not present in Polish ‘kit’, translated as ‘waleń, wieloryb’) is attested in Russian кит.
  • The meaning ‘some’ (not present in Polish ‘kit’) is attested in Polish kilka.
Polish
kit
See also: kilka
Meaning in Russian:
  • замазка / putty, cement
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Russian
I.   килька
Meaning in Polish:
  • kilka / sprat
II.  китMeaning in Polish:
  • waleń, wieloryb / whale
III. кишкаMeaning:
  • gut
Polish
kit
See also: kilka
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  • замазка / putty, cement
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Ukrainian
I.   кіт
Meaning in Polish:
  • kot / cat
II.  кішка
Grammar: f.
Meaning in Polish:
  • kot / cat

Semasiological Map for kit

kit

Meanings:

‘cat’
‘sprat’
‘gut’
‘whale’
‘some’
‘putty, cement’
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kit
Meanings
cat sprat gut whale some putty, cement
Russian килька+
Russian кит+
Russian кишка+
Ukrainian кіт+
Ukrainian кішка f.+
Polish kilka++
Polish kit+
Meanings cat sprat gut whale some putty, cement

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