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False Friends in Slavic Languages


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Czech ‘druh’

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

  • friend (poet., syn.: ‘přítel’)
  • sort, type

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

Czech ‘druh’:

  • The Czech meaning ‘friend’ is shared by Russian друг and Ukrainian друг.
  • The Czech meaning ‘sort, type’ is unique.
  • The meaning ‘another’ (not present in Czech ‘druh’, translated as ‘jiný’) is attested in Bulgarian друг and Russian другой.
  • The meaning ‘second’ (not present in Czech ‘druh’) is attested in Belarusian другі and Bulgarian друг.
Czech
druh
Meaning:
  1. friend (poet.)
  2. sort, type
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Belarusian
другі
Meaning:
  • second
Czech
druh
Meaning in Bulgarian:
  1. приятел, другар / friend (poet.)
  2. сорт, вид / sort, type
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Bulgarian
друг
Meaning in Czech:
  1. jiný / another
  2. second
Czech
druh
Meaning:
  1. friend (poet.)
  2. sort, type
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Russian
I.   другой
Meaning in Czech:
  • jiný / another
II.  другMeaning in Czech:
  • přítel / friend
Czech
druh
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  1. friend (poet.)
  2. вид / sort, type
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Ukrainian
друг
Meaning in Czech:
  • přítel / friend

Meanings:

‘another’
‘friend’
‘sort, type’
‘second’
no such word
no information yet
Meanings
another friend sort, type second
Russian другой+
Russian друг+
Ukrainian друг+
Belarusian другі+
Czech druh+
poet.
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Bulgarian друг++
Meanings another friend sort, type second

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