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Ukrainian ‘доба’

The database knows following meanings of the Ukrainian word ‘доба’:

  • time, era, period
  • day 24 hours

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

Ukrainian ‘доба’:

  • The Ukrainian meaning ‘time, era, period’ is shared by Bosnian doba, Bulgarian доба, Croatian doba, Czech doba, Kashubian doba, Polish doba, Serbian доба, Slovak doba, Slovenian doba, Lower Sorbian doba and Upper Sorbian doba.
  • The Ukrainian meaning ‘day 24 hours is shared by Kashubian doba and Polish doba.
  • The meaning ‘time, duration’ (not present in Ukrainian ‘доба’) is attested in Bulgarian доба, Czech doba and Slovak doba.
  • The meaning ‘late at night’ (not present in Ukrainian ‘доба’) is attested in Bulgarian доба.
  • The meaning ‘character’ (not present in Ukrainian ‘доба’) is attested in Belarusian до́ба.

NB: No information yet for Macedonian.

Ukrainian
доба
Meaning:
  1. time, era, period
  2. day 24 hours
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Belarusian
до́ба
Meaning:
  • character
Ukrainian
доба
Meaning in Bosnian:
  1. doba / time, era, period
  2. dan 24 sati / day 24 hours
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Bosnian
doba

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Meaning:
  • time, era, period
Ukrainian
доба
Meaning in Bulgarian:
  1. доба / time, era, period
  2. day 24 hours
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Bulgarian
доба
Meaning:
  1. time, era, period
  2. time, duration
  3. late at night
Ukrainian
доба
Meaning in Croatian:
  1. doba / time, era, period
  2. dan 24 sati / day 24 hours
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Croatian
doba

See also: dob
Meaning:
  • time, era, period
Ukrainian
доба
Meaning in Czech:
  1. doba / time, era, period
  2. den 24 hodin / day 24 hours
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Czech
doba
Meaning:
  1. time, era, period (archaic)
  2. time, duration
Ukrainian
доба
Meaning:
  1. time, era, period
  2. day 24 hours
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Kashubian
doba
Meaning:
  1. time, era, period
  2. day 24 hours
Ukrainian
доба
Meaning in Polish:
  1. czas, epoka / time, era, period
  2. day 24 hours
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Polish
doba
Meaning:
  1. time, era, period
  2. day 24 hours
Ukrainian
доба
Meaning:
  1. time, era, period
  2. day 24 hours
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Russian
- no corresponding term.
Ukrainian
доба
Meaning in Serbian:
  1. доба / time, era, period
  2. дан 24 часа / day 24 hours
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Serbian
доба

See also: доб
Meaning:
  • time, era, period
Ukrainian
доба
Meaning in Slovak:
  1. doba / time, era, period
  2. deň 24 hodin / day 24 hours
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Slovak
doba
Meaning:
  1. time, era, period
  2. time, duration
Ukrainian
доба
Meaning in Slovenian:
  1. doba / time, era, period
  2. dan 24 ur / day 24 hours
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Slovenian
doba

See also: dob
Meaning:
  • time, era, period
Ukrainian
доба
Meaning:
  1. time, era, period
  2. day 24 hours
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Lower Sorbian
doba
Meaning:
  • time, era, period
Ukrainian
доба
Meaning:
  1. time, era, period
  2. day 24 hours
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Upper Sorbian
doba
Meaning:
  • time, era, period

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*doba

Meanings:

‘time, era, period’
‘time, duration’
‘day 24 hours
‘late at night’
‘character’
no such word
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*doba
Meanings
time, era, period time, duration day 24 hours late at night character
Russian
Ukrainian доба++
Belarusian до́ба+
Polish doba++
Kashubian doba++
Lower Sorbian doba+
Upper Sorbian doba+
Czech doba+
archaic
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Slovak doba++
Slovenian doba+
Croatian doba+
Bosnian doba+
Serbian доба+
Bulgarian доба+++
Meanings time, era, period time, duration day 24 hours late at night character

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