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Ukrainian ‘мир’

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

  • peace
  • quiet, stillness

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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 Upper Sorbian.

Ukrainian ‘мир’:

  • The Ukrainian meaning ‘peace’ is shared by Belarusian мір, Bosnian mir, Bulgarian мир, Croatian mir, Czech mír, Kashubian mir, Polish mir, Russian мир, Serbian мир, Slovak mier, Slovenian mir, Lower Sorbian měr and Upper Sorbian měr.
  • The Ukrainian meaning ‘quiet, stillness’ is shared by Belarusian мір, Bosnian mir, Bulgarian мир, Croatian mir, Czech mír, Kashubian mir, Polish mir, Russian мир, Serbian мир, Slovak mier, Slovenian mir and Lower Sorbian měr.
  • The meaning ‘world’ (not present in Ukrainian ‘мир’) is attested in Russian мир.
  • The meaning ‘authority, prestige’ (not present in Ukrainian ‘мир’) is attested in Polish mir.
  • The meaning hist. municipality, parish, commune’ (not present in Ukrainian ‘мир’) is attested in Czech mír and Russian мир.

NB: No information yet for Macedonian.

Ukrainian
мир
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
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Belarusian
мір
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
Ukrainian
мир
Meaning in Bosnian:
  1. mir / peace
  2. mir / quiet, stillness
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Bosnian
mir
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
Ukrainian
мир
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
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Bulgarian
мир
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
Ukrainian
мир
Meaning in Croatian:
  1. mir / peace
  2. mir / quiet, stillness
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Croatian
mir
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
Ukrainian
мир
Meaning in Czech:
  1. mír / peace
  2. mír / quiet, stillness
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Czech
mír
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
  3. hist. municipality, parish, commune
Ukrainian
мир
Meaning in Kashubian:
  1. mir / peace
  2. mir / quiet, stillness
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Kashubian
mir
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
Ukrainian
мир
Meaning in Polish:
  1. mir arch., pokój, zgoda / peace
  2. mir arch., spokój / quiet, stillness
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Polish
mir
Meaning:
  1. peace (arch.)
  2. quiet, stillness
  3. authority, prestige
Ukrainian
мир
Meaning in Russian:
  1. мир / peace
  2. мир, покой / quiet, stillness
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Russian
мир
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
  3. world
  4. hist. municipality, parish, commune
Ukrainian
мир
Meaning in Serbian:
  1. мир / peace
  2. мир / quiet, stillness
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Serbian
мир
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
Ukrainian
мир
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
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Slovak
mier
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
Ukrainian
мир
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
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Slovenian
mir
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
Ukrainian
мир
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
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Lower Sorbian
měr
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
Ukrainian
мир
Meaning:
  1. peace
  2. quiet, stillness
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Upper Sorbian
měr
Meaning:
  • peace

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*mirъ

Meanings:

‘peace’
‘quiet, stillness’
‘world’
‘authority, prestige’
hist. municipality, parish, commune’
no such word
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*mirъ
Meanings
peace quiet, stillness world authority, prestige hist. municipality, parish, commune
Russian мир++++
Ukrainian мир++
Belarusian мір++
Polish mir+
arch.
++
Kashubian mir++
Lower Sorbian měr++
Upper Sorbian měr+
Czech mír+++
Slovak mier++
Slovenian mir++
Croatian mir++
Bosnian mir++
Serbian мир++
Bulgarian мир++
Meanings peace quiet, stillness world authority, prestige hist. municipality, parish, commune

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