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Ukrainian ‘річ’

The database knows following meanings of the Ukrainian word ‘річ’:

  • matter
  • thing
  • talk

Semasiological map for ‘*rěčь’

The database has information related to this term for Belarusian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Kashubian, Macedonian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Lower Sorbian and Upper Sorbian.

Ukrainian ‘річ’:

  • The Ukrainian meaning ‘matter’ is shared by Belarusian рэч, Kashubian rzecz, Polish rzecz and Slovenian reč.
  • The Ukrainian meaning ‘thing’ is shared by Belarusian рэч, Kashubian rzecz, Polish rzecz and Slovenian reč.
  • The Ukrainian meaning ‘talk’ is shared by Czech řeč and Slovak reč.
  • The meaning ‘speech’ (not present in Ukrainian ‘річ’, translated as ‘мова’) is attested in Bulgarian реч, Czech řeč, Macedonian реч, Russian речь, Slovak reč, Lower Sorbian rěc and Upper Sorbian rěč.
  • The meaning ‘word’ (not present in Ukrainian ‘річ’, translated as ‘слово’) is attested in Bosnian riječ, Bulgarian реч, Croatian riječ and Serbian реч.
  • The meaning ‘language’ (not present in Ukrainian ‘річ’) is attested in Czech řeč, Russian речь, Slovak reč, Lower Sorbian rěc and Upper Sorbian rěč.
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning:
  1. matter
  2. thing
  3. talk
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Belarusian
рэч
Meaning:
  1. matter
  2. thing
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning in Bosnian:
  1. stvar / matter
  2. thing
  3. talk
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Bosnian
riječ
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  • слово / word
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning in Bulgarian:
  1. вещ / matter
  2. thing
  3. talk
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Bulgarian
реч
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  1. мова / speech
  2. слово / word
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning in Croatian:
  1. stvar / matter
  2. thing
  3. talk
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Croatian
riječ
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  • слово / word
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning in Czech:
  1. věc / matter
  2. thing
  3. talk
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Czech
řeč
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  1. мова / speech
  2. language
  3. talk
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning:
  1. matter
  2. thing
  3. talk
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Kashubian
rzecz
Meaning:
  1. matter
  2. thing
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning in Macedonian:
  1. работа / matter
  2. thing
  3. talk
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Macedonian
реч
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  • мова / speech
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning:
  1. matter
  2. thing
  3. talk
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Polish
rzecz
Grammar: f.
Meaning:
  1. matter
  2. thing
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning in Russian:
  1. вещь / matter
  2. вещь / thing
  3. talk
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Russian
речь
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  1. мова / speech
  2. language
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning in Serbian:
  1. ствар / matter
  2. thing
  3. talk
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Serbian
реч
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  • слово / word
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning in Slovak:
  1. vec / matter
  2. thing
  3. talk
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Slovak
reč
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  1. мова / speech
  2. language
  3. talk
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning:
  1. matter
  2. thing
  3. talk
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Slovenian
reč
Meaning:
  1. matter
  2. thing
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning in Lower Sorbian:
  1. matter
  2. wěc / thing
  3. talk
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Lower Sorbian
rěc
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  1. мова / speech
  2. language
Ukrainian
річ
Meaning in Upper Sorbian:
  1. matter
  2. wěc / thing
  3. talk
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Upper Sorbian
rěč
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  1. мова / speech
  2. language

Semasiological Map for *rěčь

*rěčь

Meanings:

‘speech’
‘word’
‘matter’
‘thing’
‘language’
‘talk’
no such word
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*rěčь
Meanings
speech word matter thing language talk
Russian речь++
Ukrainian річ+++
Belarusian рэч++
Polish rzecz f.++
Kashubian rzecz++
Lower Sorbian rěc++
Upper Sorbian rěč++
Czech řeč+++
Slovak reč+++
Slovenian reč++
Croatian riječ+
Bosnian riječ+
Serbian реч+
Macedonian реч+
Bulgarian реч++
Meanings speech word matter thing language talk

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