False Friends in Slavic Languages
The database knows following meanings of the Polish word ‘najebać’:
- to beat vulg.
The database has information related to this term for Upper Sorbian.
- is a complete false friend in Upper Sorbian.
- The Polish meaning ‘to beat vulg.’ is unique.
- The meaning ‘despite’ (not present in Polish ‘najebać’, translated as ‘mimo’) is attested in Upper Sorbian najebać.
|Meaning in Polish:|
‘to beat vulg.’
no such word
no information yet
|despite||to beat vulg.|
|Upper Sorbian najebać||+|
|Meanings||despite||to beat vulg.|