47 shifts found

ID Class Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Status
53 N time weather Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic time weather часъ
57 N boy servant Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic boy servant, servant boy отрокъ
60 Adj straight right (vs. left) Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Russian
straight, even right; correct, just правъ pravyj
61 Adj straight correct (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic straight correct правъ
63 N storm winter Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic storm winter, cold зима
66 V to make noise to speak Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Russian
to make noise to speak govoriti govorit'
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Old Slavonic
Russian
to make noise, to be agitated to say млъвити molvit'
68 Adv morning tomorrow Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic morning, dawn tomorrow, next day оутро
71 N part fate Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic part destiny чѧсть
72 N flower colour Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Russian
flower colour цвѣтъ cvet
73 Adj sweet (taste) fresh (of water) Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic сладъкъ
76 N branch, twig willow Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Polish
branch willow вѣтвь witwa
84 to dig to row (with oars) Suspended Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Russian
to dig to row грести gresti
96 inflated proud Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Church Slavonic
to blow proud дѫти, дъмѫ надъменъ, надъменый
140 V to take prisoner to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Russian
to grasp, to seize, to kidnap to make admire въсхытити voshitit'
350 V to fence to defend New Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Russian
to enclose to enclose ограждати ograždat'
573 V to come to come (of an event) Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Russian
to come coming грясти grjaduščij
783 to fall asleep to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic to fall asleep to die, to pass away ѹcънѫти
804 Adj grass green Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Lithuanian
green grass зеленъ žolė
822 worm red New Open Show map
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Old Slavonic worm red, scarlet чрьвь чрьвленъ
963 Adj good very Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Russian
good fully добръ dobryj
966 N woman wife Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic wife woman жена
1001 V to turn, rotate (intr.) neck Suspended Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Old East Slavic
to turn neck врьтѣти воротъ
1035 Adj healthy intact Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Russian
healthy whole, entire цЕлъ celyj
1089 V to want to ask, inquire New Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Czech
to want to ask, to solicit жѧдати žádat
1122 Adj near close (of relations) Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic near, not far neighbour, friend искрь искрьнии
1164 N to suffer to work Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic to work hard, to toil to suffer страдати (stradati)
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Old Slavonic
Romanian
to torture to work (physical or intellectual); to till the ground, to labour, to work hard; (high style and popular) to bear physical or moral sufferings; to torment мучити a munci
1188 N <foreigner> slave Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
French
the name of a tribe slave словЬне esclave
1211 V to feel thirsty to want Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic to crave to want жѧдати
1214 Adj>N green bile, gall Suspended Open Show map
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Old Slavonic green bile зеленъ зльчь
1246 quick transparent New Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Bulgarian
quick, speedy clear, transparent быстръ bistăr
1251 drop (n.) spring, fountain New Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Slovenian
drop source, spring кропа kropa
1632 V to flow to run Suspended Open Show map
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Old Slavonic to flow to run тещи
1697 to defend food New Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Bulgarian
to guard, to protect food хранити hrana
1700 to live animal Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic life animal живот животьно
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Old Slavonic
Romanian
to live animate being; wild animal жити jivină
1701 breathing animal Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Gothic
to breath animal дыхати dius
2188 to be separated to die, pass away New Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Church Slavonic
to part death разлѫчити разлучение
2359 to deliver (a child) parents Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic parent родити родитель
2397 to greet to kiss Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic to greet to kiss цѣловати
2500 to swear to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic oath damnation клѧтва
2627 door on the outside Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic door yard двьри дворъ
2730 Adj to cut (tr.) to mow grass Accepted Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Polish
to chop, to cleave to mow сѣщи siec
2815 forehead skull New Open Show map
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Old Slavonic
Russian
skull forehead лъбъ lob
3205 Adj evil spirit mad Suspended Open Show map
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Old Slavonic evil spirit mad, insane бѣсъ бѣшенъ
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