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Ukrainian ‘чути’

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

  • to hear

Semasiological map for ‘*čǫti’

The database has information related to this term for Belarusian, Bulgarian, Kashubian, Polish and Russian.

Ukrainian ‘чути’:

  • The Ukrainian meaning ‘to hear’ is shared by Belarusian чуць, Bulgarian чувам, Bulgarian чуя and Kashubian czëc.
  • The meaning ‘to feel’ (not present in Ukrainian ‘чути’) is attested in Kashubian czëc, Polish czuć and Russian чуять.
  • The meaning ‘to smell’ (not present in Ukrainian ‘чути’) is attested in Kashubian czëc and Russian чуять.
  • The meaning ‘to keep’ (not present in Ukrainian ‘чути’) is attested in Bulgarian чувам.
Ukrainian
чути
Meaning:
  • to hear
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Belarusian
чуць
Meaning:
  • to hear
Ukrainian
чути
Meaning:
  • to hear
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Bulgarian
I.   чувам
Meaning:
  1. to hear
  2. to keep
II.  чуяMeaning:
  • to hear
Ukrainian
чути
Meaning:
  • to hear
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Kashubian
czëc
Meaning:
  1. to feel
  2. to smell
  3. to hear
Ukrainian
чути
Meaning:
  • to hear
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Polish
czuć
Meaning:
  • to feel
Ukrainian
чути
Meaning in Russian:
  • слышать / to hear
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Russian
чуять
Meaning:
  1. to feel
  2. to smell

Semasiological Map for *čǫti

*čǫti

Meanings:

‘to feel’
‘to smell’
‘to hear’
‘to keep’
no such word
no information yet
*čǫti
Meanings
to feel to smell to hear to keep
Russian чуять++
Ukrainian чути+
Belarusian чуць+
Polish czuć+
Kashubian czëc+++
Bulgarian чувам++
Bulgarian чуя+
Meanings to feel to smell to hear to keep

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