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False Friends in Slavic Languages


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Slovenian ‘banka’

The database knows following meanings of the Slovenian word ‘banka’:

  • bank, credit bank

Semasiological map for ‘banka’

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

Slovenian ‘banka’:

  • The Slovenian meaning ‘bank, credit bank’ is shared by Bosnian banka, Bulgarian банка, Croatian banka, Czech banka, Serbian банка, Slovak banka, Lower Sorbian banka and Upper Sorbian banka.
  • The meaning ‘tin Br., can Am. (not present in Slovenian ‘banka’, translated as ‘pločevinka’) is attested in Belarusian банка, Polish bańka, Russian банка and Ukrainian банка.
  • The meaning ‘container, can’ (not present in Slovenian ‘banka’, translated as ‘posoda’) is attested in Polish bańka.
  • The meaning ‘flask’ (not present in Slovenian ‘banka’) is attested in Slovak banka.
  • The meaning ‘pot Br., can Am. (not present in Slovenian ‘banka’) is attested in Russian банка.
  • The meaning ‘jar’ (not present in Slovenian ‘banka’, translated as ‘kozarec, steklenica’) is attested in Belarusian банка, Polish bańka, Russian банка and Ukrainian банка.
  • The meaning ‘bubble’ (not present in Slovenian ‘banka’) is attested in Kashubian bónka and Polish bańka.

NB: No information yet for Macedonian.

Slovenian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
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Belarusian
банка
Meaning in Slovenian:
  1. pločevinka / tin Br., can Am.
  2. kozarec, steklenica / jar
Slovenian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
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Bosnian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
Slovenian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
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Bulgarian
банка
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
Slovenian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
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Croatian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
Slovenian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
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Czech
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
Slovenian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
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Kashubian
bónkaor bead
Meaning:
  • bubble
Slovenian
banka
Meaning in Polish:
  • bank / bank, credit bank
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Polish
bańkaor bead
Meaning in Slovenian:
  1. pločevinka / tin Br., can Am.
  2. posoda / container, can
  3. kozarec, steklenica / jar
  4. bubble
Slovenian
banka
Meaning in Russian:
  • банк / bank, credit bank
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Russian
банка
Meaning in Slovenian:
  1. pločevinka / tin Br., can Am.
  2. pot Br., can Am.
  3. kozarec, steklenica / jar
Slovenian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
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Serbian
банка
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
Slovenian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
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Slovak
banka
Meaning:
  1. bank, credit bank
  2. flask
Slovenian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
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Lower Sorbian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
Slovenian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
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Upper Sorbian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
Slovenian
banka
Meaning:
  • bank, credit bank
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Ukrainian
банка
Meaning in Slovenian:
  1. pločevinka / tin Br., can Am.
  2. kozarec, steklenica / jar

Semasiological Map for banka

banka

Meanings:

‘bank, credit bank’
‘tin Br., can Am.
‘container, can’
‘flask’
‘pot Br., can Am.
‘jar’
‘bubble’
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banka
Meanings
bank, credit bank tin Br., can Am. container, can flask pot Br., can Am. jar bubble
Russian банка+++
Ukrainian банка++
Belarusian банка++
Polish bańka++++
or bead
Kashubian bónka+
or bead
Lower Sorbian banka+
Upper Sorbian banka+
Czech banka+
Slovak banka++
Slovenian banka+
Croatian banka+
Bosnian banka+
Serbian банка+
Bulgarian банка+
Meanings bank, credit bank tin Br., can Am. container, can flask pot Br., can Am. jar bubble

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