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Croatian ‘ponos’

The database knows following meanings of the Croatian word ‘ponos’:

  • pride

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The database has information related to this term for Belarusian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Czech, Macedonian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian and Ukrainian.

Croatian ‘ponos’:

NB: No information yet for Kashubian, Lower Sorbian and Upper Sorbian.

Croatian
ponos
Meaning:
  • pride
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Belarusian
панос
Meaning in Croatian:
  • proljev / diarrhea
Croatian
ponos
Meaning:
  • pride
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Bosnian
ponos
Meaning:
  • pride
Croatian
ponos
Meaning:
  • pride
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Bulgarian
- no corresponding term.
Croatian
ponos
Meaning:
  • pride
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Czech
- no corresponding term.
Croatian
ponos
Meaning:
  • pride
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Macedonian
понос
Meaning:
  • pride
Croatian
ponos
Meaning:
  • pride
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Polish
- no corresponding term.
Croatian
ponos
Meaning in Russian:
  • гордость / pride
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Russian
понос
Meaning in Croatian:
  • proljev / diarrhea
Croatian
ponos
Meaning:
  • pride
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Serbian
понос
Meaning:
  • pride
Croatian
ponos
Meaning:
  • pride
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Slovak
- no corresponding term.
Croatian
ponos
Meaning:
  • pride
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Slovenian
ponos
Meaning:
  • pride
Croatian
ponos
Meaning:
  • pride
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Ukrainian
пронос
Meaning in Croatian:
  • proljev / diarrhea

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*ponosъ

Meanings:

‘diarrhea’
‘pride’
no such word
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*ponosъ
Meanings
diarrhea pride
Russian понос+
Ukrainian пронос+
Belarusian панос+
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Slovenian ponos+
Croatian ponos+
Bosnian ponos+
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Macedonian понос+
Bulgarian
Meanings diarrhea pride

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