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Bulgarian ‘утре’

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

  • tomorrow
See also: утро, сутрин

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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.

Bulgarian ‘утре’:

  • The Bulgarian meaning ‘tomorrow’ is shared by Kashubian witre, Polish jutro, Slovak zajtra and Upper Sorbian jutře.
  • The meaning ‘morning’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘утре’) is attested in Bosnian jutro, Bulgarian утро, Croatian jutro, Czech jitro, Russian утро, Serbian јутро and Lower Sorbian jutšo.
  • The meaning ‘east’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘утре’) is attested in Lower Sorbian jutšo.
  • The meaning ‘acre’ (not present in Bulgarian ‘утре’) is attested in Bosnian jutro, Croatian jutro, Czech jitro, Serbian јутро, Slovak jutro and Lower Sorbian jutšo.

NB: No information yet for Macedonian and Slovenian.

Bulgarian
утре
See also: утро, сутрин
Meaning:
  • tomorrow
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Belarusian
- no corresponding term.
Bulgarian
утре
See also: утро, сутрин
Meaning in Bosnian:
  • sutra / tomorrow
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Bosnian
jutro

See also: sutra
Meaning:
  1. morning
  2. acre
Bulgarian
утре
See also: утро, сутрин
Meaning in Croatian:
  • sutra / tomorrow
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Croatian
jutro

See also: sutra
Meaning:
  1. morning
  2. acre
Bulgarian
утре
See also: утро, сутрин
Meaning:
  • tomorrow
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Czech
jitro

See also: zítra
Meaning:
  1. morning
  2. acre
Bulgarian
утре
See also: утро, сутрин
Meaning:
  • tomorrow
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Kashubian
witre
Meaning:
  • tomorrow
Bulgarian
утре
See also: утро, сутрин
Meaning:
  • tomorrow
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Polish
jutro
Meaning:
  • tomorrow
Bulgarian
утре
See also: утро, сутрин
Meaning in Russian:
  • завтрa / tomorrow
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Russian
утро

See also: с утра
Meaning:
  • morning
Bulgarian
утре
See also: утро, сутрин
Meaning in Serbian:
  • сутра / tomorrow
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Serbian
јутро

See also: сутра
Meaning:
  1. morning
  2. acre
Bulgarian
утре
See also: утро, сутрин
Meaning:
  • tomorrow
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Slovak
I.   jutro
Meaning:
  • acre
II.  zajtra

See also: zjutraj
Meaning:
  • tomorrow
Bulgarian
утре
See also: утро, сутрин
Meaning:
  • tomorrow
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Lower Sorbian
jutšo
Meaning:
  1. morning
  2. east
  3. acre
Bulgarian
утре
See also: утро, сутрин
Meaning:
  • tomorrow
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Upper Sorbian
jutře
Meaning:
  • tomorrow
Bulgarian
утре
See also: утро, сутрин
Meaning:
  • tomorrow
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Ukrainian
- no corresponding term.

Semasiological Map for *utro

*utro

Meanings:

‘morning’
‘tomorrow’
‘east’
‘acre’
no such word
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*utro
Meanings
morning tomorrow east acre
Russian утро+
Ukrainian
Belarusian
Polish jutro+
Kashubian witre+
Lower Sorbian jutšo+++
Upper Sorbian jutře+
Czech jitro++
Slovak jutro+
Slovak zajtra+
Croatian jutro++
Bosnian jutro++
Serbian јутро++
Bulgarian утре+
Bulgarian утро+
Meanings morning tomorrow east acre

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