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Russian ‘сторона’

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

  • side
See also: страна, страница

Semasiological map for ‘*storna’

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

Russian ‘сторона’:

Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning:
  • side
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Belarusian
старонка
Meaning in Russian:
  • страница / page
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning in Bosnian:
  • strana / side
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Bosnian
strana
Meaning in Russian:
  1. сторона / side
  2. страница / page
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning in Bulgarian:
  • страна / side
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Bulgarian
I.   страница
Meaning in Russian:
  • страница / page
II.  странаMeaning in Russian:
  1. сторона / side
  2. страна / country
  3. щека / cheek
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning in Croatian:
  • strana / side
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Croatian
strana
Meaning in Russian:
  1. сторона / side
  2. страница / page
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning in Czech:
  • strana / side
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Czech
strana
Meaning in Russian:
  1. сторона / side
  2. страница / page
  3. партия / political party
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning in Kashubian:
  • strona / side
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Kashubian
I.   starna
Meaning in Russian:
  1. сторона / side
  2. страница / page
II.  stronaMeaning in Russian:
  • сторона / side
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning in Macedonian:
  • страна / side
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Macedonian
страна
Meaning in Russian:
  1. сторона / side
  2. страница / page
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning in Polish:
  • strona / side
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Polish
strona
Meaning in Russian:
  1. сторона / side
  2. страница / page
  3. страна / country
  4. area
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning in Serbian:
  • страна / side
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Serbian
страна
Meaning in Russian:
  1. сторона / side
  2. страница / page
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning in Slovak:
  • strana / side
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Slovak
strana
Meaning in Russian:
  1. сторона / side
  2. страница / page
  3. партия / political party
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning in Slovenian:
  • stran / side
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Slovenian
stran
Meaning in Russian:
  1. сторона / side
  2. страница / page
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning:
  • side
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Lower Sorbian
strona
Meaning in Russian:
  1. сторона / side
  2. партия / political party
  3. area
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning:
  • side
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Upper Sorbian
strona
Meaning in Russian:
  1. сторона / side
  2. страница / page
  3. партия / political party
Russian
сторона
See also: страна, страница
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  • сторона / side
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Ukrainian
I.   сторінка
Meaning in Russian:
  • страница / page
II.  сторонаMeaning in Russian:
  • сторона / side

Semasiological Map for *storna

*storna

Meanings:

‘side’
‘page’
‘political party’
‘country’
‘area’
‘cheek’
no such word
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*storna
Meanings
side page political party country area cheek
Russian сторона+
Russian страница+
Russian страна+
Ukrainian сторінка+
Ukrainian сторона+
Belarusian старонка+
Polish strona++++
Kashubian starna++
Kashubian strona+
Lower Sorbian strona+++
Upper Sorbian strona+++
Czech strana+++
Slovak strana+++
Slovenian stran++
Croatian strana++
Bosnian strana++
Serbian страна++
Macedonian страна++
Bulgarian страница+
Bulgarian страна+++
Meanings side page political party country area cheek

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