66 shifts found

ID Class Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Status
2 V to calculate, count to respect Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic to count to esteem, to respect чисти
4 V to taste to try, to attempt Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic to taste to impinge въкоусити
12 V to calculate, count to read Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic to count, to calculate to read чисти
57 N boy servant Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic boy, teenager slave отрокъ
57 N boy servant Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Komi
valetry, servants children челядь
челядь
187 Adj neck pride New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic neck proud, stubborn выя
242 V to grasp, seize to understand Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic to take, to catch, to seize [Срезневский 1989: 1340-1342] to understand, to grasp [Срезневский 1989: 1340-1342] поѩти
242 V to grasp, seize to understand Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
to catch [Срезневский 1989: 1179] to capture уловити
ulovit'
392 Adj beautiful good Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
beautiful, decorated good хорошии
horošij
446 N eyelid eyebrow Suspended Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic eyelid, eye; (pl.) eyelashes eyelid, eye (pl.), eyelashes бровь
447 N eye eyelid Suspended Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic eyelid, eye; (pl.) eyelashes eyelid, eye (pl.), eyelashes бровь
447 N eye eyelid Suspended Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic eyelid eye вѣко
451 N eye window Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
eye window око
okno
460 N eye spectacles Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
eye eye glasses око
očki
638 Adj empty in vain Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic empty vain тъщий
837 N guest merchant Suspended Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic guest, stranger guest merchant гость
878 N cattle property, possessions Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic cattle possessions, money скотъ
886 N bile, gall anger Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic bile sorrow, grief, disgrace, anger кручина
967 V to stand to cost Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic to stand to cost стоЯти
980 V to move quickly to flow Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
to move fast to flow течи
teč'
981 V to hope to wait Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic to expect to hope чаяти
1023 N squirrel (Sciurus) <money> Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic squirrel money unit вѣверица
1023 N squirrel (Sciurus) <money> Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic squirrel money unit вѣкша
1023 N squirrel (Sciurus) <money> Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic squirrel mite, lepton бѣла
1077 Adj greasy fat (adj.)(of a person) Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
fat fat (person) тоукъ
tučnyj
1118 N nail (body part) claw Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
nail, claw nail ногъть
nogot'
1156 N people, nation army Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Old High German
army, troop, squad, fight, military campaign people, army пълкъ
folc
1164 N suffering work (n.) Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic labour, work grief трудъ
1222 firm, solid quick Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Bulgarian
hard healthy, strong; quick, nimble чьрствыи
čevrăst
1271 rooster penis New Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Macedonian
rooster penis (dialect) коуръ
kur
1377 Adj quick very New Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Polish
soon very бързо, борзо, бръзо
bardzo
1437 to see/to look at to observe, obey New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic to observe to observe блюсти
1471 light (of weight) quick Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic light (in weight) quick, nimble льгъкый
1504 empty desert (n.) Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Latin
empty wilderness, steppe, desert тъщий
tesqua
1554 Adj ball (n.) cannon (weapon) New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic cannon ball canon пушка
1657 wooden object corpse Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic stump dead body трупъ
1766 to reach to understand Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
to catch up with to understand постичи
postič'
2155 <foreigner> giant Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Church Slavonic
Thoods, a Baltic Finnish tribe giant чудь
чоудъ
2155 <foreigner> giant Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
a Slavic tribe a tall and silly person дулебы
dulep
2155 <foreigner> giant Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Czech
avars giant обре
obr
2160 person servant Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic people dependents, servants, slaves люди
2168 pot furnace New Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
cauldron, pot, cup blacksmith's furnace гърнъ, грънъ, горнъ
gorn
2186 to see/to look at to beware, be careful Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic to observe to beware of smth блюсти
2196 to braid, plait, weave wall New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic to plait fence, wall плести
2218 moss mould New Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Lithuanian
moss mould мъхъ
mùsos
2241 Adj <governor> bridegroom Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic prince newly wed кънзѧь
2386 heart to be angry New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic heart quick tempered сьрдьце
2393 to beat, hit to be at war Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic to fight бити
2492 <name of person> <governor> Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Lithuanian
Vladimir lord, master, ruler Володимѣръ
valdýmieras
2515 empty thin (of an object) New Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
empty thin, lean тъщий
toščij
2519 house tomb Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic chamber grave stone, tomb палата
2541 big great Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
big, large great великий
velikij
2564 bird to tell a person's fortune New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic red-footed falcon telling fortune watching birds кобецъ
2651 Adj to feel hunger to want Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
to starve, to famish to desire алкати
alkat'
2699 dark (adj.) blind New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic dark blind темныи
2719 to bury to destroy New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic to bury to cancel погребнути
2720 herder, herdsman, shepherd fool New Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
bull shepherd clod волухъ
oluh
2901 to miss the target to err, be wrong Accepted Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Serbo-Croatian
to miss to be mistaken грѣшити
grešiti
2979 little, small girl New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic small girl малыи
2984 little, small boy New Open Show map
Languages Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic
Russian
small boy малыи
mal'čik
3175 right (vs. left) liver New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic right liver десныи
3210 black priest (Christianity) Suspended Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic black monk чьрныи
3251 Sunday week Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic Sunday week недѣля
3313 ten thousand multitude, great number Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic ten thousand abundance тьма
3680 to do to speak Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Old East Slavic to do, to make to speak дѣяти
Open Show map