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False Friends in Slavic Languages


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Czech ‘jel’

The database knows following meanings of the Czech word ‘jel’:

  • to drive, to ride, to go (drove/driven, rode/ridden, went/gone, syn.: ‘jedl’)
See also: jeti

Semasiological map for ‘jel’

The database has information related to this term for Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Polish, Russian and Serbian.

Czech ‘jel’:

  • The Czech meaning ‘to drive, to ride, to go’ is shared by
  • The meaning ‘is (to be)’ (not present in Czech ‘jel’) is attested in Bosnian je, Croatian je and Serbian је.
  • The meaning ‘to eat’ (not present in Czech ‘jel’) is attested in Polish je and Russian ел.
  • The meaning ‘to have sex vulg. (not present in Czech ‘jel’, translated as ‘šoustati’) is attested in Russian ети and Russian еть.
Czech
jel
See also: jeti
Meaning:
  • to drive, to ride, to go (drove/driven, rode/ridden, went/gone)
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Bosnian
je
Meaning:
  • is (to be)
Czech
jel
See also: jeti
Meaning:
  • to drive, to ride, to go (drove/driven, rode/ridden, went/gone)
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Croatian
je
Meaning:
  • is (to be)
Czech
jel
See also: jeti
Meaning:
  • to drive, to ride, to go (drove/driven, rode/ridden, went/gone)
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Polish
je
Meaning:
  • to eat (eats)
Czech
jel
See also: jeti
Meaning in Russian:
  • ехать/ехал / to drive, to ride, to go (drove/driven, rode/ridden, went/gone)
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Russian
I.   еть (Syn.: ети)
Meaning in Czech:
  • šoustati / to have sex vulg.
II.  елMeaning:
  • to eat (ate/eaten)
Czech
jel
See also: jeti
Meaning:
  • to drive, to ride, to go (drove/driven, rode/ridden, went/gone)
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Serbian
је
Meaning:
  • is (to be)

Meanings:

‘is (to be)’
‘to eat’
‘to drive, to ride, to go’
‘to have sex vulg.
no such word
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Meanings
is (to be) to eat to drive, to ride, to go to have sex vulg.
Russian еть+
Russian ел+
ate/eaten
Polish je+
eats
Czech jeti+
Czech jel+
drove/driven, rode/ridden, went/gone
Croatian je+
Bosnian je+
Serbian је+
Meanings is (to be) to eat to drive, to ride, to go to have sex vulg.

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