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Kashubian ‘zakôz’

The database knows following meanings of the Kashubian word ‘zakôz’:

  • ban, prohibition

Semasiological map for ‘*zakazъ’

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

Kashubian ‘zakôz’:

  • The Kashubian meaning ‘ban, prohibition’ is shared by Belarusian заказ, Czech zákaz, Polish zakaz, Slovak zákaz and Ukrainian заказ.
  • The meaning ‘order’ (not present in Kashubian ‘zakôz’) is attested in Belarusian заказ and Russian заказ.
  • The meaning ‘warrant’ (not present in Kashubian ‘zakôz’) is attested in Belarusian заказ and Ukrainian заказ.
Kashubian
zakôz
Meaning:
  • ban, prohibition
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Belarusian
заказ
Meaning:
  1. order (request for some product or service)
  2. ban, prohibition
  3. warrant
Kashubian
zakôz
Meaning:
  • ban, prohibition
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Czech
zákaz
Meaning:
  • ban, prohibition
Kashubian
zakôz
Meaning:
  • ban, prohibition
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Polish
zakaz
Meaning:
  • ban, prohibition
Kashubian
zakôz
Meaning in Russian:
  • запрет / ban, prohibition
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Russian
заказ
Meaning:
  • order (request for some product or service)
Kashubian
zakôz
Meaning:
  • ban, prohibition
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Slovak
zákaz
Meaning:
  • ban, prohibition
Kashubian
zakôz
Meaning:
  • ban, prohibition
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Ukrainian
заказ
Meaning:
  1. ban, prohibition
  2. warrant

Semasiological Map for *zakazъ

*zakazъ

Meanings:

‘order’
‘ban, prohibition’
‘warrant’
no such word
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*zakazъ
Meanings
order ban, prohibition warrant
Russian заказ+
request for some product or service
Ukrainian заказ++
Belarusian заказ+
request for some product or service
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Polish zakaz+
Kashubian zakôz+
Czech zákaz+
Slovak zákaz+
Meanings order ban, prohibition warrant

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