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Upper Sorbian ‘sad’

The database knows following meanings of the Upper Sorbian word ‘sad’:

  • fruit (uncountable)

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

Upper Sorbian ‘sad’:

  • The Upper Sorbian meaning ‘fruit’ is shared by Slovenian sad and Lower Sorbian sad.
  • The meaning ‘garden’ (not present in Upper Sorbian ‘sad’) is attested in Belarusian сад, Czech sad, Kashubian sôd, Russian сад, Slovak sad and Ukrainian сад.
  • The meaning ‘orchard’ (not present in Upper Sorbian ‘sad’, translated as ‘sadowa zahroda’) is attested in Belarusian сад, Czech sad, Kashubian sôd, Polish sad, Slovak sad and Ukrainian сад.
  • The meaning ‘now’ (not present in Upper Sorbian ‘sad’) is attested in Bosnian sad, Croatian sad and Serbian сад.
  • The meaning ‘to plant out’ (not present in Upper Sorbian ‘sad’) is attested in Bulgarian садя.

NB: No information yet for Macedonian.

Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning:
  • fruit (uncountable)
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Belarusian
сад
Meaning in Upper Sorbian:
  1. garden
  2. sadowa zahroda / orchard
Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning in Bosnian:
  • plod / fruit (uncountable)
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Bosnian
sad
Meaning:
  • now
Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning:
  • fruit (uncountable)
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Bulgarian
садя
Meaning:
  • to plant out
Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning in Croatian:
  • plod / fruit (uncountable)
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Croatian
sad
Meaning:
  • now
Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning in Czech:
  • plod, ovoce / fruit (uncountable)
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Czech
sad
Meaning in Upper Sorbian:
  1. garden
  2. sadowa zahroda / orchard
Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning:
  • fruit (uncountable)
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Kashubian
sôd
Meaning in Upper Sorbian:
  1. garden
  2. sadowa zahroda / orchard
Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning in Polish:
  • owoce / fruit (uncountable)
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Polish
sad
Meaning in Upper Sorbian:
  • sadowa zahroda / orchard
Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning in Russian:
  • плод, фрукт / fruit (uncountable)
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Russian
сад
Meaning:
  • garden
Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning in Serbian:
  • плод / fruit (uncountable)
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Serbian
сад
Meaning:
  • now
Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning in Slovak:
  • ovocie, plod / fruit (uncountable)
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Slovak
sad
Meaning in Upper Sorbian:
  1. garden
  2. sadowa zahroda / orchard
Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning:
  • fruit (uncountable)
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Slovenian
sad
Meaning:
  • fruit
Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning:
  • fruit (uncountable)
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Lower Sorbian
sad
Meaning:
  • fruit (uncountable)
Upper Sorbian
sad
Meaning:
  • fruit (uncountable)
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Ukrainian
сад
Meaning in Upper Sorbian:
  1. garden
  2. sadowa zahroda / orchard

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*sadъ

Meanings:

‘garden’
‘orchard’
‘fruit’
‘now’
‘to plant out’
no such word
no information yet
*sadъ
Meanings
garden orchard fruit now to plant out
Russian сад+
Ukrainian сад++
Belarusian сад++
Polish sad+
Kashubian sôd++
Lower Sorbian sad+
uncountable
Upper Sorbian sad+
uncountable
Czech sad++
Slovak sad++
Slovenian sad+
Croatian sad+
Bosnian sad+
Serbian сад+
Bulgarian садя+
Meanings garden orchard fruit now to plant out

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