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Belarusian ‘дума’

The database knows following meanings of the Belarusian word ‘дума’:

  • thought
  • East Slavonic folk song
  • parliament
See also: думка

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The database has information related to this term for Belarusian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Kashubian, Macedonian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Lower Sorbian, Upper Sorbian and Ukrainian.

Belarusian ‘дума’:

  • The Belarusian meaning ‘thought’ is shared by Russian дума and Ukrainian дума.
  • The Belarusian meaning ‘East Slavonic folk song’ is shared by Russian дума, Slovak duma and Ukrainian дума.
  • The Belarusian meaning ‘parliament’ is shared by Russian дума and Ukrainian дума.
  • The meaning ‘word’ (not present in Belarusian ‘дума’, translated as ‘слова’) is attested in Bulgarian дума.
  • The meaning ‘pride’ (not present in Belarusian ‘дума’, translated as ‘гордасць’) is attested in Polish duma.

NB: No information yet for Slovenian.

Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament
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Bosnian
- no corresponding term.
Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning in Bulgarian:
  1. мисъл / thought
  2. народна песень / East Slavonic folk song
  3. парламент / parliament
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Bulgarian
дума
Meaning in Belarusian:
  • слова / word
Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament
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Croatian
- no corresponding term.
Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament
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Czech
- no corresponding term.
Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament
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Kashubian
- no corresponding term.
Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament
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Macedonian
- no corresponding term.
Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning in Polish:
  1. myśl / thought
  2. pieśń ludowa / East Slavonic folk song
  3. parlament / parliament
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Polish
duma
Meaning in Belarusian:
  • гордасць / pride
Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament
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Russian
дума
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament
Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament
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Serbian
- no corresponding term.
Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament
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Slovak
duma
Meaning:
  • East Slavonic folk song
Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament
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Lower Sorbian
- no corresponding term.
Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament
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Upper Sorbian
- no corresponding term.
Belarusian
дума
See also: думка
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament
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Ukrainian
дума
Meaning:
  1. thought
  2. East Slavonic folk song
  3. parliament

Semasiological Map for *duma

*duma

Meanings:

‘thought’
‘East Slavonic folk song’
‘parliament’
‘word’
‘pride’
no such word
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*duma
Meanings
thought East Slavonic folk song parliament word pride
Russian дума+++
Ukrainian дума+++
Belarusian дума+++
Belarusian думка+
Polish duma+
Kashubian
Lower Sorbian
Upper Sorbian
Czech
Slovak duma+
Croatian
Bosnian
Serbian
Macedonian
Bulgarian дума+
Meanings thought East Slavonic folk song parliament word pride

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