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Serbian ‘враг’

The database knows following meanings of the Serbian word ‘враг’:

  • devil, demon
  • slyboots, smartie (syn.: ‘лукавац, превијанац’)

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

Serbian ‘враг’:

  • The Serbian meaning ‘devil, demon’ is shared by Bosnian vrag, Croatian vrag, Macedonian враг and Slovenian vrag.
  • The Serbian meaning ‘slyboots, smartie’ is shared by Macedonian враг.
  • The meaning ‘enemy’ (not present in Serbian ‘враг’, translated as ‘непријатељ’) is attested in Belarusian вораг, Bulgarian враг, Kashubian warg, Macedonian враг, Polish wróg, Russian враг and Ukrainian ворог.
  • The meaning ‘murderer’ (not present in Serbian ‘враг’, translated as ‘убица’) is attested in Czech vrah and Slovak vrah.

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

Serbian
враг
Meaning in Belarusian:
  1. чорт / devil, demon
  2. хітрун / slyboots, smartie
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Belarusian
вораг
Meaning in Serbian:
  • непријатељ / enemy
Serbian
враг
Meaning in Bosnian:
  1. vrag / devil, demon
  2. lukavac, previjanac / slyboots, smartie
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Bosnian
vrag
Meaning in Serbian:
  • враг / devil, demon
Serbian
враг
Meaning in Bulgarian:
  1. дявол / devil, demon
  2. хитрец, шмекер / slyboots, smartie
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Bulgarian
враг
Meaning in Serbian:
  • непријатељ / enemy
Serbian
враг
Meaning in Croatian:
  1. vrag / devil, demon
  2. lukavac, previjanac / slyboots, smartie
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Croatian
vrag
Meaning in Serbian:
  • враг / devil, demon
Serbian
враг
Meaning in Czech:
  1. čert / devil, demon
  2. chytrák / slyboots, smartie
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Czech
vrah
Meaning in Serbian:
  • убица / murderer
Serbian
враг
Meaning:
  1. devil, demon
  2. slyboots, smartie
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Kashubian
warg
Meaning in Serbian:
  • непријатељ / enemy
Serbian
враг
Meaning in Macedonian:
  1. ѓавол / devil, demon
  2. slyboots, smartie
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Macedonian
враг
Meaning in Serbian:
  1. непријатељ / enemy
  2. враг / devil, demon
  3. лукавац, превијанац / slyboots, smartie
Serbian
враг
Meaning in Polish:
  1. czart / devil, demon
  2. sprzyciarz, chytrus / slyboots, smartie
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Polish
wróg
Meaning in Serbian:
  • непријатељ / enemy
Serbian
враг
Meaning in Russian:
  1. чёрт / devil, demon
  2. хитрец / slyboots, smartie
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Russian
враг
Meaning in Serbian:
  • непријатељ / enemy
Serbian
враг
Meaning in Slovak:
  1. čert / devil, demon
  2. prefíkanec, lišiak / slyboots, smartie
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Slovak
vrah
Meaning in Serbian:
  • убица / murderer
Serbian
враг
Meaning in Slovenian:
  1. vrag / devil, demon
  2. prekanjenec, zvitorepec / slyboots, smartie
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Slovenian
vrag
Meaning in Serbian:
  • враг / devil, demon
Serbian
враг
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  1. чорт / devil, demon
  2. хитрун / slyboots, smartie
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Ukrainian
ворог
Meaning in Serbian:
  • непријатељ / enemy

Semasiological Map for *vorgъ

*vorgъ

Meanings:

‘enemy’
‘devil, demon’
‘murderer’
‘slyboots, smartie’
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*vorgъ
Meanings
enemy devil, demon murderer slyboots, smartie
Russian враг+
Ukrainian ворог+
Belarusian вораг+
Polish wróg+
Kashubian warg+
Czech vrah+
Slovak vrah+
Slovenian vrag+
Croatian vrag+
Bosnian vrag+
Serbian враг++
Macedonian враг+++
Bulgarian враг+
Meanings enemy devil, demon murderer slyboots, smartie

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