Loading...
Navigation

False Friends in Slavic Languages


Include Slavic and English annotation in result: meanings, synonyms, grammar, comments

Bulgarian ‘вадя’

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

  • to take out, to pull out

Semasiological map for ‘вадя’

The database has information related to this term for Czech.

Bulgarian ‘вадя’:

  • is a complete false friend in Czech.
  • The Bulgarian meaning ‘to take out, to pull out’ is unique.
  • The meaning ‘to quarrel arch. (not present in Bulgarian ‘вадя’, translated as ‘vadit se карам се’) is attested in Czech vadit.
  • The meaning ‘to hinder’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘вадя’, translated as ‘преча’) is attested in Czech vadit.
Bulgarian
вадя
Meaning in Czech:
  • vyjmout, vytáhnout / to take out, to pull out
Map
Bibliography
List
Wikibook
Czech
vadit
Meaning in Bulgarian:
  1. vadit se карам се / to quarrel arch.
  2. преча / to hinder

Meanings:

‘to take out, to pull out’
‘to quarrel arch.
‘to hinder’
no such word
no information yet
Meanings
to take out, to pull out to quarrel arch. to hinder
Czech vadit++
Bulgarian вадя+
Meanings to take out, to pull out to quarrel arch. to hinder

Copyrights for the ‘False Friends in Slavic Languages’