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Russian ‘дружина’

The database knows following meanings of the Russian word ‘дружина’:

  • army

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The database has information related to this term for Polish, Slovak, Slovenian and Ukrainian.

Russian ‘дружина’:

  • The Russian meaning ‘army’ is unique.
  • The meaning ‘family’ (not present in Russian ‘дружина’) is attested in Slovenian družina.
  • The meaning ‘party of people, squad’ (not present in Russian ‘дружина’) is attested in Polish drużyna and Ukrainian дружина.
  • The meaning ‘sports team’ (not present in Russian ‘дружина’) is attested in Polish drużyna.
  • The meaning ‘retinue’ (not present in Russian ‘дружина’) is attested in Slovak družina.
  • The meaning ‘wife’ (not present in Russian ‘дружина’, translated as ‘жена’) is attested in Ukrainian дружина.
Russian
дружина
Meaning:
  • army
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Polish
drużyna
Meaning:
  1. party of people, squad
  2. sports team
Russian
дружина
Meaning:
  • army
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Slovak
družina
Meaning:
  • retinue
Russian
дружина
Meaning:
  • army
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Slovenian
družina
Meaning:
  • family
Russian
дружина
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  • військо / army
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Ukrainian
дружина
Meaning in Russian:
  1. party of people, squad
  2. жена / wife

Meanings:

‘family’
‘army’
‘party of people, squad’
‘sports team’
‘retinue’
‘wife’
no such word
no information yet
Meanings
family army party of people, squad sports team retinue wife
Russian дружина+
Ukrainian дружина++
Polish drużyna++
Slovak družina+
Slovenian družina+
Meanings family army party of people, squad sports team retinue wife

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