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Bulgarian ‘карпуз’

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

  • watermelon

Semasiological map for ‘harbuz’

The database has information related to this term for Belarusian, Bosnian, Croatian, Kashubian, Macedonian, Polish, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian.

Bulgarian ‘карпуз’:

  • The Bulgarian meaning ‘watermelon’ is shared by Kashubian arbùz, Polish arbuz and Russian арбуз.
  • The meaning ‘pumpkin’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘карпуз’) is attested in Belarusian гарбуз and Ukrainian гарбуз.

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

Bulgarian
карпуз
Meaning:
  • watermelon
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Belarusian
гарбуз
Meaning:
  • pumpkin
Bulgarian
карпуз
Meaning:
  • watermelon
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Bosnian
- no corresponding term.
Bulgarian
карпуз
Meaning:
  • watermelon
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Croatian
- no corresponding term.
Bulgarian
карпуз
Meaning:
  • watermelon
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Kashubian
arbùz
Meaning:
  • watermelon
Bulgarian
карпуз
Meaning:
  • watermelon
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Macedonian
- no corresponding term.
Bulgarian
карпуз
Meaning:
  • watermelon
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Polish
arbuz
Meaning:
  • watermelon
Bulgarian
карпуз
Meaning:
  • watermelon
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Russian
арбуз
Meaning:
  • watermelon
Bulgarian
карпуз
Meaning:
  • watermelon
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Serbian
- no corresponding term.
Bulgarian
карпуз
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  • кавун / watermelon
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Ukrainian
гарбуз
Meaning:
  • pumpkin

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harbuz

Meanings:

‘pumpkin’
‘watermelon’
no such word
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harbuz
Meanings
pumpkin watermelon
Russian арбуз+
Ukrainian гарбуз+
Belarusian гарбуз+
Polish arbuz+
Kashubian arbùz+
Croatian
Bosnian
Serbian
Macedonian
Bulgarian карпуз+
Meanings pumpkin watermelon

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