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Belarusian ‘дыня’

The database knows following meanings of the Belarusian word ‘дыня’:

    Semasiological map for ‘*dynja’

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

    Belarusian ‘дыня’:

    • The meaning ‘sweet melon’ (not present in Belarusian ‘дыня’) is attested in Bosnian dinja, Croatian dinja, Macedonian диња, Russian дыня, Serbian диња, Slovenian dinja and Ukrainian диня.
    • The meaning ‘watermelon’ (not present in Belarusian ‘дыня’) is attested in Bulgarian диня and Slovak dyňa.
    • The meaning ‘pumpkin’ (not present in Belarusian ‘дыня’) is attested in Czech dýně, Polish dynia and Slovak dyňa.
    • The meaning ‘cakes and pastries’ (not present in Belarusian ‘дыня’) is attested in Lower Sorbian dynjašk.

    NB: No information yet for Upper Sorbian.

    Belarusian
    дыня
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      Bosnian
      dinja
      Meaning:
      • sweet melon
      Belarusian
      дыня
      Meaning:
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        Bulgarian
        диня
        Meaning:
        • watermelon
        Belarusian
        дыня
        Meaning:
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          Croatian
          dinja
          Meaning:
          • sweet melon
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          дыня
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            Czech
            dýně
            Meaning:
            • pumpkin
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            дыня
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              Kashubian
              - no corresponding term.
              Belarusian
              дыня
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                Macedonian
                диња
                Meaning:
                • sweet melon
                Belarusian
                дыня
                Meaning:
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                  Polish
                  dynia
                  Meaning:
                  • pumpkin
                  Belarusian
                  дыня
                  Meaning:
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                    Russian
                    дыня
                    Meaning:
                    • sweet melon
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                    дыня
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                      Serbian
                      диња
                      Meaning:
                      • sweet melon
                      Belarusian
                      дыня
                      Meaning:
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                        Slovak
                        dyňa
                        Meaning:
                        1. watermelon
                        2. pumpkin
                        Belarusian
                        дыня
                        Meaning:
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                          Slovenian
                          dinja
                          Meaning:
                          • sweet melon
                          Belarusian
                          дыня
                          Meaning:
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                            Lower Sorbian
                            dynjašk
                            Meaning:
                            • cakes and pastries
                            Belarusian
                            дыня
                            Meaning:
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                              Ukrainian
                              диня
                              Meaning:
                              • sweet melon

                              Semasiological Map for *dynja

                              *dynja

                              Meanings:

                              ‘sweet melon’
                              ‘watermelon’
                              ‘pumpkin’
                              ‘cakes and pastries’
                              no such word
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                              *dynja
                              Meanings
                              sweet melon watermelon pumpkin cakes and pastries
                              Russian дыня+
                              Ukrainian диня+
                              Belarusian дыня
                              Polish dynia+
                              Kashubian
                              Lower Sorbian dynjašk+
                              Czech dýně+
                              Slovak dyňa++
                              Slovenian dinja+
                              Croatian dinja+
                              Bosnian dinja+
                              Serbian диња+
                              Macedonian диња+
                              Bulgarian диня+
                              Meanings sweet melon watermelon pumpkin cakes and pastries

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