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Czech ‘rok’

The database knows following meanings of the Czech word ‘rok’:

  • year

Semasiological map for ‘*rokъ’

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

Czech ‘rok’:

  • The Czech meaning ‘year’ is shared by Kashubian rok, Polish rok, Slovak rok and Ukrainian рік.
  • The meaning ‘fixed time, set term, deadline’ (not present in Czech ‘rok’, translated as ‘termín, doba, lhůta’) is attested in Bosnian rok, Croatian rok, Macedonian рок, Serbian рок and Slovenian rok.
  • The meaning ‘destiny, fate’ (not present in Czech ‘rok’, translated as ‘osud, úděl’) is attested in Russian рок.

NB: No information yet for Lower Sorbian and Upper Sorbian.

Czech
rok
Meaning:
  • year
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Belarusian
- no corresponding term.
Czech
rok
Meaning in Bosnian:
  • godina / year
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Bosnian
rok
Meaning in Czech:
  • termín, doba, lhůta / fixed time, set term, deadline
Czech
rok
Meaning:
  • year
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Bulgarian
срок
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    Czech
    rok
    Meaning in Croatian:
    • godina / year
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    Croatian
    rok
    Meaning in Czech:
    • termín, doba, lhůta / fixed time, set term, deadline
    Czech
    rok
    Meaning:
    • year
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    Kashubian
    rok
    Meaning:
    • year
    Czech
    rok
    Meaning in Macedonian:
    • година / year
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    Macedonian
    рок
    Meaning in Czech:
    • termín, doba, lhůta / fixed time, set term, deadline
    Czech
    rok
    Meaning:
    • year
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    Polish
    rok
    Meaning:
    • year
    Czech
    rok
    Meaning in Russian:
    • год / year
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    Russian
    рок
    Meaning in Czech:
    • osud, úděl / destiny, fate
    Czech
    rok
    Meaning in Serbian:
    • година / year
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    Serbian
    рок
    Meaning in Czech:
    • termín, doba, lhůta / fixed time, set term, deadline
    Czech
    rok
    Meaning:
    • year
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    Slovak
    rok
    Meaning:
    • year
    Czech
    rok
    Meaning in Slovenian:
    • leto / year
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    Slovenian
    rok
    Meaning in Czech:
    • termín, doba, lhůta / fixed time, set term, deadline
    Czech
    rok
    Meaning:
    • year
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    Ukrainian
    рік
    Meaning:
    • year

    Semasiological Map for *rokъ

    *rokъ

    Meanings:

    ‘year’
    ‘fixed time, set term, deadline’
    ‘destiny, fate’
    no such word
    no information yet
    *rokъ
    Meanings
    year fixed time, set term, deadline destiny, fate
    Russian рок+
    Ukrainian рік+
    Belarusian
    Polish rok+
    Kashubian rok+
    Czech rok+
    Slovak rok+
    Slovenian rok+
    Croatian rok+
    Bosnian rok+
    Serbian рок+
    Macedonian рок+
    Bulgarian срок
    Meanings year fixed time, set term, deadline destiny, fate

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