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Russian ‘пара’

The database knows following meanings of the Russian word ‘пара’:

  • pair
  • a couple of, some

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

Russian ‘пара’:

  • The Russian meaning ‘pair’ is shared by Belarusian пара, Polish para and Ukrainian пара.
  • The Russian meaning ‘a couple of, some’ is shared by Belarusian пара, Polish para and Ukrainian пара.
  • The meaning ‘steam’ (not present in Russian ‘пара’, translated as ‘пар’) is attested in Belarusian пара, Bosnian para, Bulgarian пара, Croatian para, Czech pára, Macedonian пара, Polish para, Serbian пара, Slovak para, Slovenian para, Upper Sorbian para and Ukrainian пара.
  • The meaning ‘penny, money’ (not present in Russian ‘пара’) is attested in Bosnian para, Bulgarian пара and Serbian пара.
  • The meaning ‘breath’ (not present in Russian ‘пара’) is attested in Polish para.
  • The meaning ‘dirt on street, mud’ (not present in Russian ‘пара’) is attested in Lower Sorbian para.
  • The meaning ‘wretch, (poor) devil’ (not present in Russian ‘пара’) is attested in Slovenian para.

NB: No information yet for Kashubian.

Russian
пара
Meaning in Belarusian:
  1. пара / pair
  2. пара / a couple of, some
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Belarusian
пара
Meaning in Russian:
  1. пар / steam
  2. пара / pair
  3. пара / a couple of, some
Russian
пара
Meaning in Bosnian:
  1. par / pair
  2. nekoliko / a couple of, some
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Bosnian
para
Meaning in Russian:
  1. пар / steam
  2. penny, money
Russian
пара
Meaning in Bulgarian:
  1. чифт, двойка / pair
  2. няколко / a couple of, some
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Bulgarian
пара
Meaning in Russian:
  1. пар / steam
  2. penny, money
Russian
пара
Meaning in Croatian:
  1. par / pair
  2. nekoliko / a couple of, some
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Croatian
para
Meaning in Russian:
  • пар / steam
Russian
пара
Meaning in Czech:
  1. pár / pair
  2. pár / a couple of, some
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Czech
pára
Meaning in Russian:
  • пар / steam
Russian
пара
Meaning in Macedonian:
  1. чифт, двајца / pair
  2. неколку / a couple of, some
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Macedonian
пара
Meaning in Russian:
  • пар / steam
Russian
пара
Meaning in Polish:
  1. para / pair
  2. parę / a couple of, some
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Polish
para
Meaning in Russian:
  1. пар / steam
  2. пара / pair
  3. пара / a couple of, some
  4. breath
Russian
пара
Meaning in Serbian:
  1. пар / pair
  2. неколико / a couple of, some
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Serbian
пара
Meaning in Russian:
  1. пар / steam
  2. penny, money
Russian
пара
Meaning in Slovak:
  1. pár / pair
  2. niekoľko / a couple of, some
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Slovak
para
Meaning in Russian:
  • пар / steam
Russian
пара
Meaning in Slovenian:
  1. par / pair
  2. nekaj / a couple of, some
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Slovenian
para ([uboga] para)
Meaning in Russian:
  1. пар / steam
  2. wretch, (poor) devil
Russian
пара
Meaning:
  1. pair
  2. a couple of, some
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Lower Sorbian
para
Meaning:
  • dirt on street, mud
Russian
пара
Meaning:
  1. pair
  2. a couple of, some
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Upper Sorbian
para
Meaning in Russian:
  • пар / steam
Russian
пара
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  1. пара / pair
  2. пара / a couple of, some
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Ukrainian
пара
Meaning in Russian:
  1. пар / steam
  2. пара / pair
  3. пара / a couple of, some

Semasiological Map for *para

*para

Meanings:

‘steam’
‘pair’
‘a couple of, some’
‘penny, money’
‘breath’
‘dirt on street, mud’
‘wretch, (poor) devil’
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*para
Meanings
steam pair a couple of, some penny, money breath dirt on street, mud wretch, (poor) devil
Russian пара++
Ukrainian пара+++
Belarusian пара+++
Polish para++++
Lower Sorbian para+
Upper Sorbian para+
Czech pára+
Slovak para+
Slovenian para ([uboga] para)++
Croatian para+
Bosnian para++
Serbian пара++
Macedonian пара+
Bulgarian пара++
Meanings steam pair a couple of, some penny, money breath dirt on street, mud wretch, (poor) devil

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