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Bulgarian ‘карам’

Semantics: кола

The database knows following meanings of the Bulgarian word ‘карам’:

  • to drive a car

Semasiological map for ‘карам’

The database has information related to this term for Kashubian, Macedonian, Polish and Serbian.

Bulgarian ‘карам’:

  • The Bulgarian meaning ‘to drive a car is unique.
  • The meaning ‘to rant, to scold’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘карам’, translated as ‘възразявам’) is attested in Macedonian кара.
  • The meaning ‘punishment’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘карам’) is attested in Polish kara.
  • The meaning ‘wheelbarrow’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘карам’) is attested in Kashubian kara.
  • The meaning ‘to have sex vulg. (not present in Bulgarian ‘карам’, translated as ‘чукам се, струпам се’) is attested in Serbian карати.
Bulgarian
карам (кола)
Meaning:
  • to drive a car
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Kashubian
kara
Meaning:
  • wheelbarrow
Bulgarian
карам (кола)
Meaning in Macedonian:
  • вози кола / to drive a car
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Macedonian
кара
Meaning in Bulgarian:
  • възразявам / to rant, to scold
Bulgarian
карам (кола)
Meaning:
  • to drive a car
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Polish
kara
Meaning:
  • punishment
Bulgarian
карам (кола)
Meaning in Serbian:
  • возити кола / to drive a car
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Serbian
карати
Meaning in Bulgarian:
  • чукам се, струпам се / to have sex vulg.

Meanings:

‘to drive a car
‘to rant, to scold’
‘punishment’
‘wheelbarrow’
‘to have sex vulg.
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Meanings
to drive a car to rant, to scold punishment wheelbarrow to have sex vulg.
Polish kara+
Kashubian kara+
Serbian карати+
Macedonian кара+
Bulgarian карам (кола)+
Meanings to drive a car to rant, to scold punishment wheelbarrow to have sex vulg.

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