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Slovak ‘baba’

The database knows following meanings of the Slovak word ‘baba’:

  • old woman
  • grandmother
  • pejorative of a woman
  • midwife
  • coward

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

Slovak ‘baba’:

Slovak
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Belarusian
баба
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. cake
Slovak
baba
Meaning in Bosnian:
  1. baba / old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. ženska / pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Bosnian
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
Slovak
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Bulgarian
баба
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. midwife
  4. mother-in-law
Slovak
baba
Meaning in Croatian:
  1. baba / old woman
  2. baka / grandmother
  3. ženska / pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Croatian
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. pejorative of a woman
Slovak
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Czech
bába
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. pejorative of a woman
Slovak
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Kashubian
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. pejorative of a woman
Slovak
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Macedonian
баба
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. mother-in-law
Slovak
baba
Meaning in Polish:
  1. baba / old woman
  2. babcia / grandmother
  3. pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Polish
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. pejorative of a woman
  3. cake
Slovak
baba
Meaning in Russian:
  1. баба / old woman
  2. бабушка / grandmother
  3. pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Russian
баба
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. pejorative of a woman
Slovak
baba
Meaning in Serbian:
  1. баба / old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. женска / pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Serbian
баба
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
Slovak
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Slovenian
baba
Meaning:
  1. pejorative of a woman
  2. coward
Slovak
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Lower Sorbian
baba
Meaning:
  1. pejorative of a woman
  2. cake
Slovak
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Upper Sorbian
baba
Meaning:
  1. midwife
  2. cake
Slovak
baba
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. pejorative of a woman
  4. midwife
  5. coward
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Ukrainian
баба
Meaning:
  1. old woman
  2. grandmother
  3. midwife
  4. cake

Semasiological Map for *baba

*baba

Meanings:

‘old woman’
‘grandmother’
‘pejorative of a woman’
‘midwife’
‘mother-in-law’
‘cake’
‘coward’
no such word
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*baba
Meanings
old woman grandmother pejorative of a woman midwife mother-in-law cake coward
Russian баба++
Ukrainian баба++++
Belarusian баба+++
Polish baba+++
Kashubian baba++
Lower Sorbian baba++
Upper Sorbian baba++
Czech bába+++
Slovak baba+++++
Slovenian baba++
Croatian baba++
Bosnian baba++
Serbian баба++
Macedonian баба+++
Bulgarian баба++++
Meanings old woman grandmother pejorative of a woman midwife mother-in-law cake coward

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