1175 shifts found

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1 V to calculate, count to take into account Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to count to take into account sčitat'
1 V to calculate, count to take into account Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to consider, to regard to take into account sčitat'sja
2 V to calculate, count to respect Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to calculate, count to respect считать
3 V to find to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to find to find nahodit'
4 V to taste to try, to attempt Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to try to try probovat'
5 V to go, walk to find Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to come across to find najti
5 V to go, walk to find Accepted Open Show map
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Russian walk slowly to find, to get dybat'
7 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to become Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to turn to turn into obernut'sja
7 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to become Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to spin, to rotate to turn into vraščat'sja
13 V to calculate, count to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to count to think, to believe sčitat'
15 <hat> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hat ninny šljapa
16 sweet (taste) lovely Accepted Open Show map
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Russian sweet pleasant, nice sladkij
17 Adj salty funny Suspended Open Show map
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Russian salty obscene solenyj
18 V to hear to understand Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to hear to hear slyšat'
19 V to remind to be alike Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to remind to remind napominat'
24 V to get, obtain to manage to do smth New Open Show map
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Russian who: NOM ; what: ACC; from whom: from+GEN with who: with+GEN; what: ACC || infinitive polučat'
28 V to get, obtain to receive visitors Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to accept to receive prinimat'
31 V free can, to be able Suspended Open Show map
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Russian free svobodnyj
34 V to hear / to listen to obey Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to listen to obey slušat'
34 V to hear / to listen to obey Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to listen to obey слушать
35 V to see/to look at to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to discern, to contemplate to regard, to consider rassmatrivat'
35 V to see/to look at to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to see to see videt'
42 V to smile to like New Open Show map
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Russian to smile ulybat'sja
46 dog seal (animal) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to cub to bring forth pups (sea-calf) ščenit'sja
49 to walk, wander to loaf, do nothing Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to stroll, to walk not to work guljat'
55 Adj sharp spicy Accepted Open Show map
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Russian sharp spicy ostryj
59 Adj correct (adj.) right (vs. left) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian right right pravyj
66 V to make noise to speak Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to clamor, to make a racket to say, to speak galdet'
66 V to make noise to speak Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to clamor to say, to speak gamet'
66 V to make noise to speak Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to clamor, to babble to talk, to chat gomonit'
67 Adj light, bright comprehensible Accepted Open Show map
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Russian light, clear clear jasnyj
70 Adv when if Accepted Open Show map
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Russian when (temrporal conjunction) if, whether kogda
71 N part fate Accepted Open Show map
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Russian part fate, lot čast'
71 N part fate Accepted Open Show map
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Russian part, share destiny dolja
72 N flower colour Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Belarusan
paint flower kraska
kraska
74 N spruce (Picea) abies (Abies) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
fur tree silver fir el'
jedle
76 N branch, twig willow Accepted Open Show map
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Russian branch a species o a willow Salix pendula vetv'
79 to turn, rotate (tr.) to distort Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to spin, to rotate to perverse vraščat'
81 to pull inclination to smth Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to pull, to draw desire tjanut'
84 to dig to row (with oars) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to dig to row (with oars) грести
86 Adj to call (somebody), to make respond to cause Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to call to cause vyzyvat'
87 Adj moist, humid raw Accepted Open Show map
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Russian humid raw syroj
96 inflated proud Accepted Open Show map
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Russian inflated arrogant nadutyj
106 Adj to mix, stir to worry, be agitated Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to hinder, to prevent confusion mešat'
110 Adj dry emotionless Accepted Open Show map
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Russian dry, not wet dry speech suhoj
113 Adj to throw to leave Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to throw to leave kidat'
113 Adj to throw to leave Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to throw to leave brosat'
114 to deliver (a child) to cause Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to give birth to to cause rodit'
115 quick skilful, dexterous Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to be in hurry agile, deft, dexterous toropit'sja
119 merry, funny, cheerful profligate, womanizer Accepted Open Show map
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Russian cheerful cheerful veselyj
140 V to take prisoner to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to capture to charm plenit'
140 V to take prisoner to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to capture to enthrall zahvatit'
141 V to drag to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to draw (obs.) to be attracted vleč'
141 V to drag to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to draggle, to draw to enjoy taščit'
141 V to drag to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to carry p smth heavy to enjoy peret'
141 V to drag to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to carry, to transport to be fond of, to be into smth uvlekat'
142 to close one's eyes to die, pass away New Open Show map
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Russian to close one's eyes to die smežit' oči
143 Adj to close one's eyes to ignore, not to greet somebody New Open Show map
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Russian to close one's eyes to ignore zakryvat' glaza
144 Adj to bind to to love New Open Show map
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Russian to become attached to get attached privjazat'sja
146 shame genitalia Accepted Open Show map
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Russian shame genitals styd
146 shame genitalia Accepted Open Show map
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Russian shame shame, disgrace sram
147 egg testicle Accepted Open Show map
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Russian egg bollocks jajco
162 to drive, to force to move on to tell lie New Open Show map
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Russian to chase, to drive to lie gnat'
164 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to return (intr.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to spin, to rotate to return vraščat'sja
166 Adj skirt woman Suspended Open Show map
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Russian skirt woman jubka
170 to beat, hit to eat Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to thrash (wheat) уплетать, интенсивно есть molotit'
172 puppy (of a dog) inexperienced Accepted Open Show map
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Russian puppy brat ščenok
180 to break (tr.) to confess Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to split, to cleave to come clean raskolot'
184 Adj to sleep to copulate Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to sleep to shag, to go to bed spat'
188 flexible compliant, pliable Accepted Open Show map
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Russian flexible flexible gibkij
200 to bind acerb, tart, harsh (taste or smell) New Open Show map
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Russian to tie, to bind astringent taste vjazat'
209 bridge floor (vs. ceiling) New Open Show map
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Russian
Yakut
bridge floor most
муоста
213 clean (adj.) totally, absolutely Accepted Open Show map
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Russian clean completely čistyj
223 power, authority country, land Accepted Open Show map
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Russian power district vlast'
224 strength army New Open Show map
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Russian strength army, troops сила
231 to die, pass away very New Open Show map
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Russian death strongly smert'
234 to cover to copulate New Open Show map
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Russian to cover to copulate (animals) pokryvat'
235 thick (of a growth, hair) low (of voice) New Open Show map
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Russian thick deep gustoj
237 to tear off, peel off to carp, find faults New Open Show map
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Russian to bark, to peel to find fault drat'
240 to wash to celebrate New Open Show map
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Russian to wash to wet myt'
242 V to grasp, seize to understand Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to take, to grasp, to capture, to catch [Даль 1994-3: 743] to grasp [Даль 1994-3: 743] ponjat'
242 V to grasp, seize to understand Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to grasp, to seize to grasp shvatyvat'
242 V to grasp, seize to understand Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
to understand hapat'
chápati
243 opposite enemy Accepted Open Show map
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Russian opposite, contrary adversary protivnyj
252 curved untruth New Open Show map
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Russian crooked, wry lie krivoj
256 Adj flat (adj) equal Accepted Open Show map
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Russian even equal rovnyj
259 to crawl snake Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to creep, to crawl snake polzat'
269 to dig to investigate Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to dig kopat'
275 poisonous sarcastic New Open Show map
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Russian poisonous pungent, incisive jadovityj
276 expensive important Accepted Open Show map
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Russian valuable valuable cennyj
276 expensive important Accepted Open Show map
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Russian precious important cennyj
284 to sweep to refuse New Open Show map
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Russian to sweep to reject mesti
286 to become curved to die, pass away New Open Show map
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Russian to ply to die zagibat'sja
289 to open (tr.) to find New Open Show map
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Russian to open to make a discovery otkryvat'
308 to step on to attack Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to step, to tread to attack nastupat'
310 horned to be unfaithful (to one's husband or wife) New Open Show map
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Russian horn to cheat on (spouse) rog
323 to raise, lift (tr.) to praise Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to raise, to lift up to praise too much voznosit'
337 to beat, hit to be surprised Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to hit (with a weapon) to surprise porazit'
342 to fall down to decrease drastically Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to fall to go down padat'
344 V to wound (tr.) to offend (tr.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to wound to wound ranit'
344 V to wound (tr.) to offend (tr.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to cut to wound, to hurt rezanut'
344 V to wound (tr.) to offend (tr.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to touch, to brush against to wound zadet'
344 V to wound (tr.) to offend (tr.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to jab, to prick to pique ukolot'
346 N dream (during sleep) daydream (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian dream dream mečta
359 V to touch to offend (tr.) New Open Show map
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Russian to touch, to brush against to wound zadet'
360 V to touch to evoke (a feeling) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to touch to move trogat'
366 Adj heavy (of weight) difficult Accepted Open Show map
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Russian heavy hard, difficult tjaželyj
372 N sleeve branch (of a river) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian sleeve branch rukav
380 V to throw to give up, stop doing Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to throw to give up brosat'
381 V to pull to smoke Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to pull, to draw to inhale tjanut'
384 V to see/to look at to care for, look after Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to see, to watch to look after smotret'
385 N thigh / hip back (body part) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
thigh, hip back (only in pl.) bedro
bedra
388 N shine (n.) lightning New Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
glitter lightning [Павлович 1976: 33] blesk
blesk
389 N beard chin Suspended Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
beard chin, obs. Beard [Павлович 1976: 37] boroda
brada
390 N eyebrow eyelash Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
eyebrow, brow eyelash [Павлович 1976: 40] brov'
brva
392 Adj beautiful good Accepted Open Show map
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Russian beautiful, nice good (dialect) krasivyj
393 N arc rainbow Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
arch rainbow [Павлович 1976: 95] duga
duha
396 Adj inflated empty New Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
inflated empty nadutyj
dutý
400 V to press down to choke Suspended Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
to press to strangle, to press [Павлович 1976: 64] davit'
dávit
409 N hump (of a person or camel) back (body part) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Bulgarian
hunch back [Бернштейн 1986: 101] gorb
grăb
412 V to emit smoke to smoke Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to smoke to smoke dymit'
416 N place town Accepted Open Show map
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Czech
place city, town [Павлович 1976:235] mesto
mĕsto
417 N box, container chest (body part) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian cage, square chest kletka
419 Adj quick bold, insolent Accepted Open Show map
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Russian quick, fast to venture to far borzyj, borzoj
421 N <vessel> pelvis Accepted Open Show map
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Russian bowl, basin pelvis taz
426 Adv early morning Accepted Open Show map
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Czech
early morning, in the morning [Павлович 1976: 484] rano
ráno
427 N turnip (Brassica rapa var. rapa) beet (Beta vulgaris) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
turnip beet root [Павлович 1976: 515] repa
řepa
428 N melon (Cucumis melo) pumpkin New Open Show map
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Russian melon pumpkin arbuz
428 N melon (Cucumis melo) pumpkin New Open Show map
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Russian
Polish
melon pumpkin dynja
dynia
429 N water-melon (Cucurbita citrullus) pumpkin New Open Show map
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Russian
Belarusan
watermelon pumpkin arbuz
harbuz
430 water-melon (Cucurbita citrullus) melon (Cucumis melo) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian watermelon melon (dial.) arbuz
434 N shoulder back (body part) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Polish
shoulder back plečo
plecy
436 N lip mouth Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Polish
lip mouth (colloq.) guba
gęba
438 N word letter (character) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian
Serbo-Croatian
word letter slovo
slovo
440 N enemy murderer Suspended Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
enemy murder vrag
vrah
444 V to think to speak Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Bulgarian
to think I am speaking dumat'
dumam
457 N eye spot, stain Accepted Open Show map
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Russian eye round spot, sometimes with a colourful edge (in insects) glaz
463 N eye bud (on a twig) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian eye bud glaz
464 N eye peephole New Open Show map
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Russian eye peephole glaz
468 N eye eye of typhoon New Open Show map
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Russian eye eye (strom, tropic cyclone) glaz
470 N eye vision Accepted Open Show map
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Russian eye sight glaz
473 N eye supervision Accepted Open Show map
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Russian eye supervision glaz
474 N eye evil eye Accepted Open Show map
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Russian eye evil eye (colloq., obs.) glaz
475 N eye observer Accepted Open Show map
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Russian eye horse ward in vanguard (Cossack) glaz
477 N mouth mouth (of a river) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian mouth, lips mouth usta
478 N mouth face Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
lip muzzle (animal) guba
huba
485 N mouth instrument, tool New Open Show map
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Russian to dig digging tool ryt'
487 N mouth eater Accepted Open Show map
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Russian mouth eater rot
490 N nose cape Suspended Open Show map
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Russian nose part of geographic names of Northern Russian territories nos
490 N nose cape Suspended Open Show map
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Russian nose cape, sand bank (Northern dialects) nos
491 N nose nostril Accepted Open Show map
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Russian nose nostril nos
493 N nose beak Accepted Open Show map
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Russian nose nose nos
495 N nose front part Suspended Open Show map
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Russian nose nose (ship) nos
495 N nose front part Suspended Open Show map
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Russian nose narrow front part (of a hammer, egg, wing, scythe) nos
495 N nose front part Suspended Open Show map
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Russian nose front part of foot, shoe nos
495 N nose front part Suspended Open Show map
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Russian nose nose nos
502 N ear opening, hole Accepted Open Show map
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Russian ear ear uho
503 N ear hearing Accepted Open Show map
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Russian ear hearing uho
504 N ear listener New Open Show map
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Russian ear a person who can eavesdrop uho
505 N throat ravine Accepted Open Show map
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Russian throat gorge, ravine, mountain passage gorlo
509 N comb (of a bird) comb New Open Show map
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Russian comb comb grebešok
511 N comb (of a bird) mountain ridge, edge New Open Show map
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Russian crest, peak crest, peak greben'
513 N mane mountain ridge, edge Accepted Open Show map
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Russian mane low mountain range, hill, oblongish mountain griva
534 N tooth salient part, ledge Accepted Open Show map
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Russian tooth jag (tool, car etc) zub
536 N horn peak of mountain Accepted Open Show map
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Russian horn sharp tooth like mountain top, peak rog
545 V to pay to revenge Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to pay to repay platit'
548 Adj narrow, close difficult Accepted Open Show map
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Russian tight in great distress, in low circumstances tesnyj
549 N <pocket> wealth New Open Show map
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Russian pocket symbol of material well being, wealth karman
550 Adj heavy (of weight) stuffy, close Accepted Open Show map
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Russian heavy stuffy tjaželyj
551 N <going, walking> toilet Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Lezgian
going in, entering toilet zahod
zaχut'
551 N <going, walking> toilet Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to move toilet hodit'
552 N granule small quantity of something New Open Show map
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Russian grain, cereal smallest particle, minimal krupa
554 Adj cunning, sly devil, satan Accepted Open Show map
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Russian sly, cunning demon, devil, Satan lukavyj
555 snake guileful, crafty person Accepted Open Show map
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Russian snake insidious, spiteful, evil zmeja
557 history event, occurrence Accepted Open Show map
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Russian story episode, adventure istorija
559 to heat up to beat, hit Accepted Open Show map
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Russian heat to hit heavily (vern.) gret'
560 Adj to mix, stir to confuse (with) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to mix, stir to confuse smešivat'
565 V to come to have experience Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to come to have to prihodit'
567 V to come must Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to come to have to prihodit'
569 V to go out to result in Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to go out to result vyhodit'
572 V to transit to become Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to pass to slip perehodit'
573 V to come to come (of an event) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to come to come prihodit'
577 Adj old (vs. young) old (vs. new) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian the one who reached old age existing for a long time staryj
578 V to disappear to spoil (intr.) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to disappear to go bad propadat'
580 Adj <crockery> face Suspended Open Show map
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Russian small tub, bucket face (substandard, contempt., vulg. ) rjaška / rjažka
581 cold (adj.) unpleasant Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to cool, to get cold unloved, boring styt'
581 cold (adj.) unpleasant Accepted Open Show map
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Russian cold shit, nullity (person) moroz, moroznyj
581 cold (adj.) unpleasant Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Slovenian
cold disgust stuža
stud
582 Adj to inhabit, live to be situated Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to live, to dwell (animate) to be somewhere (inanimate, colloq.) žit'
584 poor unhappy Accepted Open Show map
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Russian poor unhappy, miserable bednyj
586 Adj dog bad person Accepted Open Show map
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Russian dog bad person pes
586 Adj dog bad person Accepted Open Show map
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Russian dog rascal sobaka
587 Adj dog Arctic fox New Open Show map
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Russian dog (male) polar fox pës
589 Adj <wooden object> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Russian stub blockhead, idiot pen'
589 Adj <wooden object> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Russian stump blockhead, fool čurban
591 house family Accepted Open Show map
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Russian house family, household dom
592 Adj to fall down to experience failure Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to fall through to fail provalit'sja
599 N tree wood, timber Accepted Open Show map
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Russian tree wood, timber derevo
601 N wood, timber forest Accepted Open Show map
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Russian wood, forest timber les
603 N road sea Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Ancient Greek
way sea put'
πόντος
614 V to pull to weigh (intr.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to pull, to draw to look like tjanut'
617 N sky palate Accepted Open Show map
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Russian sky palate nebo
622 V to howl to cry, weep New Open Show map
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Russian to howl to cry loudly, to howl vyt'
625 N noise rumour Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to make noise to gossip baruzdit'
626 N snake caterpillar Accepted Open Show map
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Russian snake worm, caterpillar gnusina
626 N snake caterpillar Accepted Open Show map
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Russian snake caterpillar polzun
626 N snake caterpillar Accepted Open Show map
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Russian snake fruit moth caterpillar Hyponomenta variabilis Zell. zmeja
628 N cattle bad person Accepted Open Show map
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Russian cattle, livestock brute skot, skotina
632 V to stand up to wake up (intr.) New Open Show map
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Russian to stand up to get up vstavat'
638 Adj empty in vain Accepted Open Show map
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Russian empty idle pustoj
639 V to become ready (of food) to ripen Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to be cooked, to be boiled to ripen pospevat'
644 V to load to beat, hit Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to give to beat davat'
647 N to play (intr.) joke Accepted Open Show map
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Russian game, play practical joke igra
649 N hand/arm side (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hand, arm side (of two) ruka
650 N hand/arm kind (n.) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian hand, arm type of merchandise (Dahl) ruka
651 Adj liquid (adj.) sparse Accepted Open Show map
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Russian watery, thin (not strong ot thick enough) sparse židkij
652 Adj liquid (adj.) weak Suspended Open Show map
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Russian watery, thin (not strong ot thick enough) having no force, richness; feeble židkij
653 V to eat to be fed up with Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to eat to be fed up with est'
654 V to shout to cry, weep Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to emit loud sounds to cry revet'
654 V to shout to cry, weep Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to shout to cry, to weep (dial.) kričat'
654 V to shout to cry, weep Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to shout loudly to cry loudly, to howl bazanit'
664 to pull to compete (with smn.) New Open Show map
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Russian to pull, to tug, to draw to compete tjagat'
666 soul person Accepted Open Show map
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Russian soul person duša
673 green plant (biol.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian green greenery zelenyj
675 price mark, grade (at school) New Open Show map
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Russian price grade cena
677 tailor's thimble foxglove (Digitalis L.) New Open Show map
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Russian thimble finger flower napërstok
679 strength violence New Open Show map
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Russian force violence sila
680 Adj to swell up to be angry Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to be filled with air, gas; to balloon to take offence naduvat'sja
685 V to run to fly Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to fly to run letat'
691 V to beat, hit to shoot Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to beat to shoot and hit the target (shooter) bit'
692 V to beat, hit to kill Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to beat to kill (generally animals) bit'
692 V to beat, hit to kill Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to beat to kill bit'
693 V to beat, hit to break (tr.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to beat to crush, to break bit'
694 V to beat, hit to flow Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to beat to stream out bit'
695 V to beat, hit to win Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to beat to win, to defeat bit'
696 V to shoot to ask, beg Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to shoot to ask to give smth as present or to borrow (colloq.) streljat'
701 paper document (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian paper any official written document bumaga
711 V to stick (to a surface), to adhere to fight, scuffle Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to mould to hit, to blow lepit'
718 Adj firm, solid strong (of liquid or smell) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian strong, firm drastic, potent krepkij
733 Adj curved wrong Accepted Open Show map
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Russian curved, not straight wrong, unjust krivoj
738 V to lead to behave Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to lead, to guide to behave vesti
740 V to lead to cause Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to bring to lead privesti
742 Adv above additional Accepted Open Show map
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Russian above, at the top on top sverhu
743 V to weigh (intr.) to think Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to weigh to consider, to ponder vzvešivat'
744 N tongue (body part) speech Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian tongue language jazyk
745 V to disappear to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to disappear to be toast, to be undone propadat'
746 V to see/to look at to understand Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to see to see videt'
747 V to see/to look at to receive visitors Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to see to meet, to see each other videt'
747 V to see/to look at to receive visitors Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to see to see videt'
748 N road manner, way Accepted Open Show map
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Russian road, beaten track, walking path means, manner of achieving smth, direction put'
750 V to search, to look for to want Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Bulgarian
seek to want, desire iskat'
iskam
751 N leaf sheet of paper Accepted Open Show map
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Russian leave sheet list
752 V to carry to endure Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to carry to bear nesti
754 V to bend, bow (intr.) to be disposed towards Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to bend to be inclined naklonjat'sja
757 V to go astray to err, be wrong Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to get lost to be wrong zabludit'sja
758 V to fill (tr.) to carry out Accepted Open Show map
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Russian full, complete to fulfil polnyj
761 V to braid, plait, weave to tell lie Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to plait to say smth usually absurd plesti
762 V to taste to feel (an emotion) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to taste to taste vkusit'
764 Adj bitter sorrowful Accepted Open Show map
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Russian bitter grief gor'kij
767 Adj dark (adj.) incomprehensible Accepted Open Show map
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Russian dark unclear temnyj
783 to fall asleep to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to sleep, to repose to pass away počivat'
785 to press down to oppress Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to press, to squeeze to make feel inferior davit'
785 to press down to oppress Accepted Open Show map
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Russian press gnet
792 deaf stupid Accepted Open Show map
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Russian deaf fool, dupe gluhoj
793 hard, solid persistent Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hard, solid constant, persistent tverdyj
794 Adj dry lean Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to dry to lose flesh, to emaciate sohnut'
796 to carry pregnant Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to carry to bear (a child) nosit'
797 healthy correct (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian healthy sound zdorovyj
801 blood red Accepted Open Show map
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Russian blood (russian dial.) red haired (Russian dialects) ruda
807 Adj rough, uneven rude, impolite Accepted Open Show map
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Russian coarse, rough rude grubyj
811 earth dark (adj.) New Open Show map
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Russian earth, ground sallow zemlja
812 beeswax yellow New Open Show map
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Russian wax waxen vosk
813 white milk Accepted Open Show map
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Russian white dairy belyj
817 Adj taste aesthetic perception Accepted Open Show map
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Russian taste taste vkus
818 Adj to taste to check, test New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to taste to subject to a test probovat'
823 Adj to mill little, small New Open Show map
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Russian to grind petty molot'
828 to hold (in hands) to contain Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hold to contain deržat'
838 N hump (of a person or camel) hill Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Old Prussian
hunch mountain gorb
garbis
840 N mountain forest Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Bulgarian
mountain forest gora
gora
840 N mountain forest Accepted Open Show map
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Russian pine wood (Pskov dialect, elev.) pine forest bor
841 N ram snipe (Gallinago) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian ram snipe, Scolopax gallinago baran
842 V to take to carry Suspended Open Show map
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Russian
Latin
to take, to get to carry brat'
fero
843 V to speak to practise witchcraft Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Serbo-Croatian
to chat, babble (dialect) to conjure bahorit'
bahoriti
843 V to speak to practise witchcraft Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to speak, to talk to bewitch govorit'
845 V to be at war to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Russian fight abuse, obscene language bran'
845 V to be at war to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to defend to quarrel oboronjat'sja
848 Adv evening yesterday Accepted Open Show map
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Russian evening yesterday večer
849 Adj heavy (of weight) important Accepted Open Show map
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Russian weight ponderable ves
851 Adj heavy (of weight) pregnant Accepted Open Show map
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Russian heavily being pregnant gruzno
851 Adj heavy (of weight) pregnant Accepted Open Show map
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Russian burden pregnant tjaželaja
851 Adj heavy (of weight) pregnant Accepted Open Show map
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Russian burden pregnant bremja
854 V to turn sour to grieve (intr.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to go sour to be upset kisnut'
855 V to feed to bring up Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to nurture to bring up pitat'
856 N moon month Accepted Open Show map
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Russian moon, month moon mesjac
862 N head beginning Accepted Open Show map
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Russian head beginning golova
864 Adj bad good Suspended Open Show map
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Russian
Belarusan
good, virtous bad blagoj
blahi
865 Adj blunt stupid Accepted Open Show map
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Russian blunt stupid tupoj
869 N hot fever Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hot fever žarkij
869 N hot fever Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hot fever gorjačij
870 Adj hot passionate Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to blaze, to flare ardent pylat'
870 Adj hot passionate Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hot hot tempered gorjačij
871 V to put to leave Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to put, to place to leave stavit'
873 Adj hard, solid severe Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hard, harsh severe žestkij
875 Adj black vulgar, common Accepted Open Show map
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Russian black plain folk černyj
876 Adj black very New Open Show map
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Russian black very černyj
885 V to burn (intr.) to incur losses Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to be burned out to get the short end of the stick pogoret'
886 N bile, gall anger Accepted Open Show map
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Russian bile malicious želč'
887 Adj sharp acute (of sound) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to cut argute, screaming (sound) rezat'
888 N back (body part) mountain ridge, edge Accepted Open Show map
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Russian spine range hrebet
894 V to stand to get tired Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to stand to get tired stojat'
896 V to blow to deceive Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to blow to deceive dut'
898 N cheek jaw Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Polish
cheek jaw ščeka
szczęka
901 Adj light (of weight) simple Accepted Open Show map
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Russian light (weight) easy, simple legkij
914 Adj to draw, paint to write Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to draw to write (principal meaning) pisat'
923 Adj naked, bare bald Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Old High German
naked bald golyj
kalo
925 N cheek face Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
face cheek (bookish) [Павлович 1976] lico
líce
925 N cheek face Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Polish
face face, cheek lico
lico
926 N barley sty (on the eye) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian barley eye desease jačmen'
927 N doll chrysalis Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
doll nymph, cocoon kukla
kukla
927 N doll chrysalis Accepted Open Show map
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Russian doll nymph kukla
932 N heart centre Accepted Open Show map
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Russian heart middle serdce
933 N man husband Accepted Open Show map
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Russian man husband mužčina
935 Adj healthy big Accepted Open Show map
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Russian healthy large zdorovyj
937 Adj left wrong New Open Show map
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Russian left left levyj
938 Adj fearful, dreadful very Accepted Open Show map
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Russian terrible, frightful terribly strašnyj
938 Adj fearful, dreadful very Accepted Open Show map
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Russian terrible, awful awfully užasnyj
941 V to burn (intr.) to grieve (intr.) Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian burn to be sad goret'
941 V to burn (intr.) to grieve (intr.) Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to bake to be upset peč'
943 V to take to buy Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to take to buy vzjat'
948 N horse (Equus caballus) big New Open Show map
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Russian horse, equine big (basilect) lošadinyj
957 N affair battle Accepted Open Show map
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Russian business, affair, thing battle delo
958 N mouse muscle Accepted Open Show map
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Russian mouse muscle myš'
960 V to ask, beg to ask, inquire Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to ask to ask prosit'
963 Adj good very Accepted Open Show map
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Russian good well horošo
964 V to possess to be, exist Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to have to be imet'
965 N another friend Accepted Open Show map
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Russian another, other, different friend drugoj
966 N woman wife Accepted Open Show map
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Russian wife woman žena
967 V to stand to cost Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to stand to cost stojat'
968 Adj bad evil (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian evil angry zlo
971 N tail queue Accepted Open Show map
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Russian tail queue hvost
973 V to stand up to revolt, rebel Suspended Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to stand up to rebel vstavat'
973 V to stand up to revolt, rebel Suspended Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to stand up to stand up against, to gang up against vstavat'
974 V to mix, stir to revolt, rebel Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to puddle, to rile riot mutit'
975 V to fall down to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to fall chaps padat'
977 N <vessel> head Accepted Open Show map
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Russian pot, cauldron head (colloq.) kotelok
979 Adj bad lean Accepted Open Show map
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Russian bad thin hudoj
980 V to move quickly to flow Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian quick, fast rapid bystryj
983 V to slow, linger to inhabit, live Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Polish
to delay, to linger to live, to dwell meškat'
mieszkać
984 V to see/to look at to search, to look for Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
to look, to watch to look for gljadet'
hledát
986 N sack, bag scrotum Accepted Open Show map
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Russian purse (archaic) scrotum mošna
991 to want to intend Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to want to want hotet'
992 V to see/to look at to have experience Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to see to see videt'
993 V to know to understand Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to know to be aware znat'
994 V to wave (of water) to worry, be agitated Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to worry to be rough volnovat'sja
995 V to blossom to succeed Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to blossom to prosper cvesti
996 V to heat up to deceive Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to warm up, to heat to heat nagret'
997 V to throw to run Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to throw to rush brosit'
997 V to throw to run Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to throw to fling at kinut'
999 N key (of a door) clavicle Suspended Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian a key clavicle ključ
1000 N trunk (of a tree) barrel (of a gun) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian trunk (tree) barrel ствол (stvol)
1002 Adj blue pigeon (Columba) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian blue pigeon goluboj
1003 Adj light (of weight) lung Accepted Open Show map
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Russian light lung лёгкий (lёgkij)
1004 N mat whore Accepted Open Show map
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Russian mat whore (argot) podstilka
1004 N mat whore Accepted Open Show map
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Russian skin whore škura
1005 N head chief (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian head chief голова (golova)
1008 N saddle saddleback Accepted Open Show map
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Russian saddle saddle (of mountain) sedlo
1010 N doll bud (of a flower) New Open Show map
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Russian
Belarusan
doll bud kukla
kukla
1013 V to walk, wander to fornicate Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to stroll, to walk to cheat on guljat'
1024 N tongue (body part) captive Accepted Open Show map
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Russian tongue prisoner jazyk
1025 N brain (cerebrum) marrow Accepted Open Show map
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Russian brain marrow mozg
1033 V to stink to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to stink X is stinking = X is expressing his or her discontent, and the speaker does not approve X's opinion vonjat'
1034 N instrument, tool weapon Accepted Open Show map
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Russian tool, instrument weapon orudie
1037 Adj attentive sober Suspended Open Show map
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Russian attentive, sober trezvyj
1043 V to drag to steal Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to draggle, to draw to steal taščit'
1043 V to drag to steal Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to pull, to draw to steal tjanut'
1050 N seagull lapwing (Vanellus) New Open Show map
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Russian seagull plover kniga, knigalka
1050 N seagull lapwing (Vanellus) New Open Show map
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Russian
Polish
seagull plover čajka
czajka
1050 N seagull lapwing (Vanellus) New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian lapwing seagull (southern) čibez
1051 N mind (n.) memory Accepted Open Show map
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Russian opinion memory mnenie
1053 N black cloud hail Suspended Open Show map
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Russian
Serbo-Croatian
cloud hail tuča
tuča
1054 N black cloud rainbow Suspended Open Show map
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Russian
Polish
cloud rainbow tuča
tęcza
1056 N smell stench Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Polish
stench fragrance von'
woń
1058 N berry cheek Suspended Open Show map
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Russian berry upper part of the cheek, cheekbones jagoda
1060 N berry buttock Suspended Open Show map
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Russian berry buttock jagoda
1063 Adj dark (adj.) ignorant Accepted Open Show map
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Russian dark ignoramus, dipstick temnyj
1064 N rooster cock (of a gun) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian rooster tirgger kur
1065 V to bind to oblige Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to tie, to bind to be binding vjazat'
1066 V to reach to be enough Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to reach enough dostavat'
1067 V to feel to hear Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Old East Slavic
to feel to hear čuvstvovat'
чоути
1068 V to feel to smell, scent Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to feel to feel čuvstvovat'
1069 V to see/to look at to know Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian to see to know videt'
1071 V to walk, wander to ferment, yeast Suspended Open Show map
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Russian wander, roam to wander brodit'
1072 N light (n.) world Accepted Open Show map
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Russian light world svet
1074 V to be born people, nation Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to be born people roždat'sja
1076 V to check, test to feel (an emotion) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to test to have feelings ispytyvat'
1077 Adj greasy fat (adj.)(of a person) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian fat, oily fat žirnyj
1088 N bride daughter-in-law Accepted Open Show map
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Russian bride daughter in law nevesta
1091 V to die, pass away to want Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to die to die umirat'
1092 V to fly away to feel pleasure New Open Show map
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Russian to fly away to feel strong positive emotion uletat'
1093 N mouse bat (Microchiroptera) Accepted Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Russian mouse bat myš'
1094 N to speak rumour Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to say rumours molvit'
1095 N sea <lake> New Open Show map
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Russian sea lake (dialect) more
1096 Adj heavy (of weight) bad New Open Show map
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Russian heavy bad tjaželyj
1097 Adj heavy (of weight) to a great extent New Open Show map
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Russian heavy serious tjaželyj
1098 V to be guilty must Suspended Open Show map
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Russian
Ukrainian
guilty guilty vinovat
vynovat
1099 V to grasp, seize to be enough Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to seize, to grasp to lack hvatat'
1100 Adj funny strange Accepted Open Show map
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Russian funny strange, surprising smešnoj
1102 Adj soft (adj.) tender (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian soft meek mjagkij
1103 Adj thin (of an object) high-pitched (of sound) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian narrow, of small diameter high pitched (sound) tonkij
1104 V to finish to kill Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to finish, to stop to kill (argot) končat'
1105 V to smear, anoint to beat, hit Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to spread to strike mazat'
1107 V to smear, anoint to bribe Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to oil, to lubricate to bribe (substand.) podmazat'
1108 Adj light, bright glad Accepted Open Show map
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Russian light, birght, clear glad, joyful, pleasant svetlyj
1109 V to neigh to laugh Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to nicker to laugh (substand.) ržat'
1113 N taste inclination to smth Accepted Open Show map
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Russian taste inclination, passion vkus
1114 V to put into to bribe Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to slip, to pop into to bribev(substand.) sunut'
1115 V to knock to inform, let know Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to knock to inform, to delate (argot) stučat'
1116 V to bark (of a dog) to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to bark at each other to swear, to curse arkat'sja
1116 V to bark (of a dog) to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to bark to shout, to make noise, to yell brehat'
1116 V to bark (of a dog) to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to bark to quarrel, to scold lajat'
1117 N root (of a plant) basis Accepted Open Show map
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Russian root beginning, source, origin koren'
1118 N nail (body part) claw Accepted Open Show map
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Russian nail (human) claw kogot'
1119 N coal anthrax Accepted Open Show map
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Russian coal anthrax ugolëk
1120 N mask larva Accepted Open Show map
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Russian mask maggot ličina
1121 N paw five-finger (Potentilla) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian paw bloodroot lapa
1122 Adj near close (of relations) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian near(by), close native, dear blizkij
1123 V to soil, make dirty to disgrace, dishonor Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to soil, to make dirty, to smear (Dahl) to besmear marat'
1123 V to soil, make dirty to disgrace, dishonor Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to soli to disgrace smn, to slander pačkat'
1123 V to soil, make dirty to disgrace, dishonor Accepted Open Show map
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Russian spot to smear pjatno
1124 spot, stain disgrace New Open Show map
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Russian spot something discrediting pjatno
1125 V to shave to draft (for the army) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to shave to be called up for military service brit'
1126 N milk milk-tooth, deciduous tooth Accepted Open Show map
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Russian milk tooth moločnyj
1127 N milk spurge (Euphorbia) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian milk caper spurge moloko
1129 N coal smut (plant disease) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian firebrand corn desease golovnja
1131 V to open (tr.) to learn, find out Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to open to reveal otkryt'
1132 V to fall down to flow into Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to fall to inflow (water currents) padat'
1133 Adj quiet (vs. loud) slow (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian quiet, gentle slow tihij
1135 V to go apart, in various directions to spread (intr.) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to part, to separate to spread razojtis'
1136 N earring catkin Accepted Open Show map
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Russian earring aglet serëžka
1137 Adj green young Accepted Open Show map
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Russian green unexeprienced because of young age zelenyj
1138 V to bridle to subjugate Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to bridle to tame, to conquer obuzdat'
1139 Adj wild, untamed wild (of a person) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian wild rude, ill-bred, vulgar dikij
1140 Adj square (of a town) vulgar Accepted Open Show map
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Russian square vulgar ploščad'
1142 V to hear rumour Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to hear rumour slyšat'
1143 Adj round (adj.) entire Accepted Open Show map
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Russian round complete kruglyj
1144 Adj calm dead (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian peace, calm to pass away pokoj
1144 Adj calm dead (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian calm (obs.) dead pokojnyj
1145 Adj cold (adj.) indifferent Accepted Open Show map
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Russian cold cold holodnyj
1147 N fox (Vulpes vulpes) cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Russian fox cunning fox (colloq.) lisa
1148 V to cool down (intr.) to calm down Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to get cold, to cool down to calm down ostyt'
1149 Adj>N red <disease> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian red German measles krasnyj
1150 Adj low (location) bad (ethically) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian under mean pod
1150 Adj low (location) bad (ethically) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian low low nizkij
1151 V to mix, stir to hinder Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to hinder, to prevent to prevent mešat'
1153 V to want to hunt Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to want to hunt hotet'
1155 Adj dumb quiet (vs. loud) New Open Show map
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Russian mute quiet, noiseless (bookish) немой (nemoj)
1157 N horse (Equus caballus) <orthopteran> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian horse, hobbyhorse grasshopper lošadka
1157 N horse (Equus caballus) <orthopteran> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Slovenian
mare grasshopper kobylica
kobilica, kobilca (kubilca, kabilca)
1157 N horse (Equus caballus) <orthopteran> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Ukrainian
horse grasshopper kon'
konik
1157 N horse (Equus caballus) <orthopteran> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian a gray horse grasshopper sivka
1158 N head tadpole Accepted Open Show map
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Russian head tadpole golova
1159 N spoon tadpole Accepted Open Show map
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Russian big spoon tadpole (dialect) povarëška
1160 N <foreigner> cockroach Accepted Open Show map
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Russian resident of Poshexonje cockroach pošehon
1160 N <foreigner> cockroach Accepted Open Show map
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Russian resident of Prussia cockroach prussak
1160 N <foreigner> cockroach Accepted Open Show map
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Russian gypsy red cockroach cygan
1160 N <foreigner> cockroach Accepted Open Show map
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Russian kyrgyz cockroach kirgiz
1161 V to ripen to become unavoidable Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to know to be imminent zret'
1162 V to spring, jump frog Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to hop, to leap frog (dialect) skakat'
1162 V to spring, jump frog Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
English
to jump, to spring frog prygat'
frog
1163 V to work to plough Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to plough to work (vern.) pahat'
1164 N suffering work (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to work hard, to labout (Northern dialect.) to suffer stradat'
1165 V to work to deliver (a child) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Serbo-Croatian
to work to give birth trudit'sja
truditi se
1168 V to speak to give orders Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to say to order skazat'
1169 V to give to let Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to give to let davat'
1171 N heart location of emotions Accepted Open Show map
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Russian heart heart serdce
1172 N pain very Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hurts hurts bol'no
1175 V to cut (tr.) to calculate, count Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Bulgarian
to shave number brit'
broj
1176 V to see/to look at to envy Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to see to be envious videt'
1177 V>N to flow island Suspended Open Show map
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Russian
Serbo-Croatian
to flow island teč'
otok
1177 V>N to flow island Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to stream, to flow island struit'sja
1178 N crane (Grus) cranberry (Oxycoccus) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian crane cranberry (dial.) žuravl'
1179 V>N to burn (intr.) vodka Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to burn hot punch žeč'
1180 V to hold (in hands) to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hold to think, to consider deržat'
1181 N sediment something bad Suspended Open Show map
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Russian residue of bad quality otstoj
1182 N sediment lumpen Suspended Open Show map
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Russian residue in liquids (obsolete) dregs podonok
1185 N wind disease Accepted Open Show map
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Russian wind cow desease: the animal abruptly and with no apparent reason loses appetite and good mood veter
1185 N wind disease Accepted Open Show map
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Russian wind craze veter
1186 Adj long (size) long (period of time) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian long (archaic) continued dolgij
1186 Adj long (size) long (period of time) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian long longstanding dlinnyj
1187 Adj>N dumb <foreigner> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian mute German nemoj
1189 N <horned animal> <insect> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian nanny goat, she goat beetle koza
1189 N <horned animal> <insect> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian cow ladybird korova
1192 N finger/toe finger-ring New Open Show map
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Russian finger ring perst
1193 Adj young stupid New Open Show map
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Russian
Polabian
stupid, silly young glupyj
glaipe
1194 N <fruit> tonsil Accepted Open Show map
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Russian a species of nut tonsil mindal'
1195 N wind sail (n.) New Open Show map
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Russian wind sail (obs.) veter
1197 N tick (Acarina) castor bean (Ricinus communis) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian acarine, forest-fly, mite Ricina sp. klešč
1199 V>N to boil (intr.) spring, fountain Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to boil source, spring (Dahl) kipet'
1200 N stench polecat, ferret (Mustela putorius) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Macedonian
stink ferret smrad
smьrdušьka
1202 N hoof foot/leg Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hoof hoof kopyto
1203 N nail (body part) hoof Accepted Open Show map
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Russian nail hoof kohot'
1209 V to approach, come near to begin (tr.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to come closer to begin pristupat'
1212 V to regret to feel pity New Open Show map
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Russian to regret smth to feel pity, to sympathize žalet'
1213 N swelling (on skin) tortoise, turtle Suspended Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
nodule tortoise, turtle želvak
želva
1216 Adj liquid (adj.) flexible New Open Show map
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Russian
Serbo-Croatian
liquid, fluid 2)half-liquid, viscous, thick (licquids) židkij
žitki
1219 skin (of an animal) skin (of a person) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian caprine skin kozij
1221 to dig to find New Open Show map
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Russian to unearth to find otkopat'
1222 firm, solid quick Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hard, harsh quick, nimble žëstkij
1222 firm, solid quick Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Czech
strong, solid quick, nimble krepkij
křepký
1229 Adj ready enough Accepted Open Show map
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Russian ready, prepared in phrases: enough gotovoj
1230 to beat, hit to speak New Open Show map
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Russian to hit, to strike to say, to articulate smth, to express one's opinion vjaknut'
1231 to bark (of a dog) to shout New Open Show map
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Russian to bark to shout loudly gavkat'
1242 Adj to shake to speak New Open Show map
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Russian to chat, babble to chat, babble boltat'
1243 turbid to feel sick New Open Show map
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Russian muddy, turbid to fee nausea mutnyj
1249 Adj to tear, rend to vomit Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to pluck to vomit rvat'
1252 to pinch to steal Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to pinch pickpocket ščipat'
1256 to touch to run New Open Show map
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Russian
Serbo-Croatian
to touch to trot kasat'sja
kasati
1260 to throw to tear, rend New Open Show map
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Russian
Serbo-Croatian
to throw to tear, to rip kidat'
kidati
1269 curved lame person New Open Show map
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Russian crooked lame (dialect) krivoj
1273 Adj to wet, moisten to beat, hit New Open Show map
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Russian to moisten to moisten močit'
1277 to turn sour to be late New Open Show map
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Russian
Serbo-Croatian
to turn sour to be late kisnut'
kasniti
1280 to turn sour rain New Open Show map
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Russian
Serbo-Croatian
to turn sour rain kisnut'
kiša
1281 Adj stomach <pocket> New Open Show map
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Russian stomach (dialect.) pocket (dialect) kišen'
1282 Adj to turn sour bowels, intestine New Open Show map
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Russian to turn sour intestine kisnut'
1299 V to love any Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to like, to love any ljubit'
1300 V to touch to be related to Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Belarusan
to nuzzle to be related to tykat'sja
tyčycca
1300 V to touch to be related to Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to touch to be smb's business kasat'sja
1303 V to pull to slow, linger Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to drag Lovelace voloč'
1303 V to pull to slow, linger Accepted Open Show map
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Russian pull linger tjanut'
1304 N girl weasel (Mustella nivalis) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian
Bulgarian
bride caress nevesta
nevestulka
1305 N ear hare (Lepus) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian ear hare uho
1307 Adj>N blind mole (Talpa) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian blind mole slepoj
1308 V>N to dig mole (Talpa) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to dig mole ryt'
1309 N <governor> queen (bee) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian queen queen bee carica
1310 V to press down to restrain, control one’s feelings Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to suppress to suppress podavit'
1312 N pig (Sus scrofa) slattern Accepted Open Show map
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Russian pig sloven, untidy person svin'ja
1313 N pig (Sus scrofa) bad person Accepted Open Show map
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Russian pig villain svin'ja
1315 N head mind (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian head intellect, mind golova
1317 V to sit down to set (of heavenly bodies) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to sit down to go down sadit'sja
1320 N storm scandal Accepted Open Show map
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Russian snowstorm, snow-blast quarrel, fight kuter'ma
1321 N <fruit> swelling (on skin) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian cone clour, goose egg šiška
1322 Adj dark (adj.) bad Accepted Open Show map
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Russian dark dark temnyj
1323 Adj dark (adj.) gloomy Accepted Open Show map
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Russian darkness gloomy mrak
1325 V to grasp, seize to become infected Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to seize, to grasp to catch shvatit'
1326 V to hide (tr.) to bury Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to bury to bury horonit'sja
1328 V to end to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to come to an end to pass away končat'sja
1329 N old man bear (Ursus) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian grandfather, gaffer bear deduška
1329 N old man bear (Ursus) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian old man "a name given to a bear in third person" starik
1330 V>N to burn (tr.) nettle (Urtica) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to burn nettle (dial.) žeč'
1331 V to milk to spawn Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to milk to spray out spawn doit'
1332 Adj>N bald bald-coot (Fulica atra) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian bald bird Fulica atra lysyj
1334 N <animal> bastard Accepted Open Show map
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Russian ram bastard baran
1337 N attack (n.) attack of disease Accepted Open Show map
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Russian attack attack pristup
1338 Adj>N red <salmon> Suspended Open Show map
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Russian red salmon krasnyj
1339 N hair (of animals) feathering Accepted Open Show map
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Russian fur, hair down šerst'
1341 Adj naked, bare poor Accepted Open Show map
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Russian naked raggery golyj
1341 Adj naked, bare poor Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Yakut
naked poor golyj
koulaj kisi
1342 N feather fin Accepted Open Show map
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Russian feather fin (obs.) pero
1344 V>N to squeak murine rodent Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to peep, to squeak wall creeper piščat'
1345 V>N to dive <waterfowl> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to dive a bird from the anatides family nyrjat'
1346 N thorn <sturgeon> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian thorn sturgeon šip
1347 V to fall asleep to grow numb Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to fall aslpee to get numb usnut'
1348 V to fall asleep to ice over Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to fall asleep to get covered with ice zasnut'
1349 V to become dumb to grow numb Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to choke in to become numb onemet'
1350 V to go away to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to leave euphemism ujti
1350 V to go away to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to wander away, to roam away to die ukočevat'
1352 N skin (of a person) bat (Microchiroptera) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian doeskin batfish rovduga
1352 N skin (of a person) bat (Microchiroptera) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Ukrainian
leathern bat kožanyj
kažan
1358 N joint, articulation generation Accepted Open Show map
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Russian knee generation koleno
1360 V to stick (to a surface), to adhere to flirt Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to stick to cozy up to kleit'sja
1365 Adj strong very Accepted Open Show map
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Russian strongly too, too much sil'no
1367 Adj weak stupid Accepted Open Show map
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Russian soulless, heartless stupid bezdušnyj
1371 V>N to throw <unit of length> New Open Show map
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Russian to launch, to toss metat'
1371 V>N to throw <unit of length> New Open Show map
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Russian to throw, to cast length unit (= 5,029 m) šibat'
1372 N stick (n.) <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian stick, cane length unit (usually half of a running fathom) batog
1373 N bull bittern (Botaurus) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Lithuanian
bull bittern byk
bukas
1375 N <term of endearment, proper name> doll New Open Show map
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Russian Petrushka parsley petruška
1375 N <term of endearment, proper name> doll New Open Show map
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Russian Caterinka fabric doll made in honour of a dead person katerinka
1382 N edge country, land Accepted Open Show map
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Russian edge land kraj
1384 V>N to break (tr.) buckthorn (Frangula) New Open Show map
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Russian smash down, shatter, destroy buckthorn krušit'
1385 V to go, walk to fall (of rain, snow) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to go to fall (также to rain, to snow, to hail) idti
1386 N rush (plant) millerbird (Acrocephalus etc.) New Open Show map
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Russian reed a name for several families kamyš
1387 N nettle (Urtica) small tortoise-shell (Aglais urticae) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian nettle rash krapiva
1388 N nettle (Urtica) nettle-rash Accepted Open Show map
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Russian nettle rash krapiva
1389 V to boil (intr.) to be angry Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to boil to rage with kipet'
1391 V to sing to glorify Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to sing to glorify pet'
1393 V to sway to doubt Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to fluctuate, to waver to hesitate kolebat'sja
1394 N donkey fool Accepted Open Show map
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Russian donkey stupid person osel
1397 V to tie to give up, stop doing New Open Show map
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Russian to tie to give up zavjazat'
1398 N cat catnip (Nepeta cataria) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian cat catmint kot
1399 Adj dirty bad (ethically) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian dirty dirty grjaznyj
1400 V to break (tr.) to ache New Open Show map
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Russian to break, to tear to ache lomat'
1403 V to follow to watch, look after New Open Show map
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Russian to follow to watch sledovat'
1404 Adj pregnant destined to produce New Open Show map
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Russian pregnant pregnant with smth črevatyj
1405 V to practise witchcraft to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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Russian spell to charm čary
1406 N wind anemone (Anemone) New Open Show map
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Russian wind sea flower veter
1407 N hawk (Accipiter) hawkweed (Hieracium) New Open Show map
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Russian hawk hawkweed jastreb
1409 N wolf (Canis lupus) poisonous New Open Show map
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Russian wolfish, lupine poisonous, inedible volčij
1410 N dog poisonous New Open Show map
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Russian canine poisonous, inedible sobačij
1413 Adj sharp keen (of senses) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian sharp sharp ostryj
1414 Adj thin (of an object) keen (of senses) New Open Show map
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Russian thin fine tonkij
1415 Adj>N long (size) long-fibred flax (Linum usitatissimum) New Open Show map
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Russian long a variety of linen dolgij
1416 N abundance harvest New Open Show map
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Russian abundance, plenty harvest obilie
1417 N guest disease Accepted Open Show map
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Russian female guest fever (Dahl) gost'ja
1418 Adj expensive lovely Accepted Open Show map
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Russian expensive dear dorogoj
1420 Adj frequent thick (of a growth, hair) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian often thick (growth) častyj
1421 N root (of a plant) origin (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian root root koren'
1423 N to beat, hit woodpecker Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to hollow out, to peck pecker dolbit'
1429 to feel pity to be greedy Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to pity, to have compassion to grudge žalet'
1432 Adj <vessel> river-bed New Open Show map
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Russian
Polish
trough, washtub river bed koryto
koryto
1436 thick low (of voice) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian fat, thick low pitched (voice) tolstyj
1438 Adj louse bad New Open Show map
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Russian louse, nit bad voš'
1441 to turn, rotate (intr.) to coagulate, curdle New Open Show map
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Russian to spin to coagulate vertet'sja
1445 to know noble New Open Show map
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Russian to know noble znat'
1455 to call (somebody), to make respond to name Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to call to be called zvat'
1456 to drink to smoke Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to drink vodka to smoke kirjat'
1460 to lie (posture) to be situated Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to lie (down) to be somewhere ležat'
1464 Adj to drive, to force to move on to copulate Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to chase, to drive oestrum, mating period gnat'
1469 Adj wind light-headed New Open Show map
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Russian wind featherbrained veter
1472 Adj earth, soil country, land Accepted Open Show map
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Russian earth, ground land zemlja
1473 Adj to grasp, seize to begin (tr.) New Open Show map
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Russian to seize, to grasp to set about to hvatat'
1473 Adj to grasp, seize to begin (tr.) New Open Show map
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Russian to take, to get to set about to brat'
1474 Adj to grasp, seize to catch fire New Open Show map
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Russian to seize, to grasp to take fire hvatat'
1476 to remain, stay corpse Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to stay, to remain remnants ostavat'sja
1478 Adj black bad Accepted Open Show map
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Russian black black černyj
1488 dry land (vs. sea) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian dry land suhoj
1490 Adj to defend to pasture, shepherd Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to save to herd spasti
1498 winter North New Open Show map
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Russian winter North zima
1499 to name to swear, curse, abuse one another New Open Show map
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Russian to call to call names zvat'
1504 empty desert (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian empty desert pustoj
1506 hour watch, clock Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hour clock, watch čas
1509 yellow hepatitis Accepted Open Show map
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Russian yellow jaundice želtyj
1511 to love friend Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to be benevolent buddy prijat'
1513 to respect to treat, regale Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to rever, to honor, to worship to wine and dine počitat'
1515 Adj to sway to avoid Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to tilt to evade klonit'sja
1516 Adj work (n.) service, good turn New Open Show map
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Russian service favour služba
1518 Adj salt meaning, sense New Open Show map
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Russian salt tag line, punch line sol'
1520 rare sparse New Open Show map
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Russian sparse scarse, rare redkij
1521 head one piece (at counting) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian head head as a counting unit (of cattle ) golova
1522 Adj head heading, title Accepted Open Show map
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Russian head header glava / golova
1525 fairy tale untruth New Open Show map
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Russian (fairy) tale fable skazka
1527 Adj cold (n.) chill (disease) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian cold, frost cold stuža
1528 stop, stand (n.) distance New Open Show map
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Russian stop stop ostanovka
1530 Adj <plant (biol.)> brown New Open Show map
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Russian cinnamon brown korica
1531 Adj greedy missing, failing New Open Show map
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Russian too thrifty scanty skupoj
1532 unpleasant snake Suspended Open Show map
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Russian nasty, disgusting viper gadkij
1537 Adj rag, duster (?) clothes New Open Show map
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Russian a flap of fabric raggery (colloq., derog.) trjapka
1539 cross (n.) clubs (in cards) New Open Show map
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Russian cross clubs (cards) krest
1544 to correct to make, create Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to amend, to repair to make pravit'
1553 Adj tail accomplice Accepted Open Show map
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Russian tail hang-by hvost
1556 Adj to carry to win New Open Show map
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Russian to bring away to beat in competition vynesti
1562 muzzle face New Open Show map
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Russian neb, animal's face chaps morda
1564 Adj to go away to disappear New Open Show map
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Russian to leave to get lost, to disappear, to be spent, to be consumed ujti
1566 to sow to lose New Open Show map
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Russian to sow to lose sejat'
1567 Adj to pull to beat, hit New Open Show map
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Russian to stretch out ударить во всю длину чего-нибудь vytjanut'
1570 Adj wild, untamed bad New Open Show map
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Russian wild outrageous dikij
1572 Adj to give to teach New Open Show map
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Russian to give to teach davat'
1581 lap, skirt mountain slope New Open Show map
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Russian skirt, lower hem plain, flat space at the mountain's foot (reg.) podol
1582 to put to build Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to put, to place to build, to set up stavit'
1583 to see/to look at because of Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to see in view of videt'
1585 Adj manufacturer, producer commodity, goods Accepted Open Show map
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Russian the patronimics of the person who invented the drink ancient vodka, with aromatic herbs erofeič
1586 Adj to find to be situated Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to find to be nahodit'
1588 smell perfume, scent Accepted Open Show map
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Russian odour perfume duh
1589 end ending (in grammar) New Open Show map
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Russian end, termination of smth inflection (gram.) okončanie
1590 to fall down to get (to), to find oneself (in) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to fall to get somewhere upast'
1591 to strew rash, eruption New Open Show map
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Russian to scatter rash sypat'
1599 to be angry to revolt, rebel New Open Show map
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Russian indignation rebellion (obs.) vozmuščenie
1601 Adj shadow phantom, ghost Accepted Open Show map
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Russian shadow ghost ten'
1602 Adj soul phantom, ghost New Open Show map
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Russian mental capacity unfleshly, supernatural being duh
1603 Gipsy, Gypsy to ask, beg New Open Show map
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Russian a nomadic tribe of indian origin to ask, to solicit (Ushakov, principal meaning) cygan
1604 Gipsy, Gypsy to mock (at) New Open Show map
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Russian a nomadic tribe of indian origin to jeer, to sneer (smn, smth) cygan
1605 Gipsy, Gypsy to deceive New Open Show map
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Russian a nomadic tribe of indian origin to deceive cygan
1607 Adj spot, stain bald spot Accepted Open Show map
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Russian calvity white spot on an animal's forehead lysina
1608 doomsday tumult, turmoil New Open Show map
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Russian Apocalypse, the Judgement day in the Cristian teaching extreme disorder, mess svetoprestavlenie
1613 Adj to put to defecate New Open Show map
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Russian to lay, to apply to dump a load naložit'
1614 to put to castrate, geld New Open Show map
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Russian to put, to place to castrate klast'
1619 mad rabid Accepted Open Show map
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Russian frantic, wild, mad rabid bešenyj
1620 Adj to sit to be imprisoned New Open Show map
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Russian to sit (down) to serve a prison term sidet', sadit'sja
1625 bull strong man (?) New Open Show map
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Russian breeding bull, herd bull big strong man bugaj
1626 short (size) brief Accepted Open Show map
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Russian short short, brief korotkij
1629 long (size) high (size) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian long tall dlinnyj
1630 long stick tall person Accepted Open Show map
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Russian pole, perch a lanky, gangling person žerd'
1630 long stick tall person Accepted Open Show map
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Russian shaft a lanky, gangling person ogloblja
1632 V to flow to run Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to leak, to ooze (liquids) to escape utekat'
1632 V to flow to run Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to run to flow bežat'
1633 N warp basis Accepted Open Show map
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Russian warp base, foundation osnova
1634 N threshold rapids New Open Show map
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Russian threshold threshold porog
1635 belly pregnant Accepted Open Show map
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Russian womb, belly pregnant (obs.) črevo
1635 belly pregnant Accepted Open Show map
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Russian belly, paunch pregnant brjuho
1636 Adj tooth clove (of a garlic) New Open Show map
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Russian tooth a clove of garlic zub
1639 to go, walk to be alike Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to walk to be similar hodit'
1640 Adj alive quick Accepted Open Show map
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Russian alive quick, fast živoj
1642 Adj to carry to deliver (a child) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to carry to lay nesti
1643 soul butterfly Accepted Open Show map
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Russian soul moth duša
1644 to milk to extort (money from smb.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to milk to racket doit'
1646 bone stone (of a fruit) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian bone stone (fruit) kost'
1657 wooden object corpse Accepted Open Show map
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Russian chock, log to kick the bucket čurka
1657 wooden object corpse Accepted Open Show map
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Russian stake, pole to die kol
1666 to find bastard Accepted Open Show map
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Russian discovery, finding bastard nahodka
1667 Adj rooster chanterelle Accepted Open Show map
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Russian rooster (hypocoristical) chanterelle петушок
1670 moustache barbel New Open Show map
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Russian a person with moustache a fish species usač
1673 bitter bitterling Accepted Open Show map
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Russian bitter oxtongue gor'kij
1674 deep barbel New Open Show map
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Russian depth sawyer glyb'
1675 troop (of animals) minnow New Open Show map
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Russian herd minnow tabun
1676 to blink (by eyes) instant, moment Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to blink moment migat'
1678 bull bullhead New Open Show map
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Russian bull calf, bullock fish Myoxocephalus quadricornis byčok
1679 Adj bullhead cigarette end New Open Show map
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Russian bull calf, bullock stub byčok
1680 full fat (adj.)(of a person) New Open Show map
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Russian full, complete complete polnyj
1692 to fall down to fall (of rain, snow) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to fall to fall out (rain, snow) padat'
1695 to push to induce Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to push to instigate tolkat'
1699 black illegal Accepted Open Show map
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Russian black spadeworker černyj
1708 blue bruise Accepted Open Show map
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Russian blue bruise sinij
1710 to spoil to put the evil eye (on), to bedevil New Open Show map
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Russian spoil to spoil portit'
1715 Adj to cut (tr.) quick Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Polabian
to cut quick, fast rezat'
rezěk
1720 hot quick Accepted Open Show map
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Russian hot quick, dexterous pylkij
1720 hot quick Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
Polish
hot quick, fast žarkij
żarki
1722 alive active Accepted Open Show map
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Russian alive vivacious živoj
1726 eye eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian eye plant Euphrasia officinalis oko
1726 eye eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian eye plant Euphrasia officinalis glaz
1727 cucumber bourrache (Borago) New Open Show map
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Russian cucumber common borage (Borago) ogurec
1730 Adj to bark (of a dog) to tell lie New Open Show map
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Russian to bark to lie (substandard) brehat'
1731 stone, rock turnstone (Arenaria interpres) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian stone turnstone kamen'
1732 <tree> <mushroom, fungus> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian oak a mushroom species dub
1732 <tree> <mushroom, fungus> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian birch rough boletus bereza
1732 <tree> <mushroom, fungus> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian fir orange milky cap (mushroom) el'
1732 <tree> <mushroom, fungus> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian asp(en) orange cup boletus osina
1732 <tree> <mushroom, fungus> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian lime tree (Tilia sp.) Boletus edulis липа
1732 <tree> <mushroom, fungus> Accepted Open Show map
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Russian <tree> <mushroom, fungus> береза
1733 blind horse-fly (Tabanidae) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian blind gadfly slepoj
1734 <rural foot-wear> fool New Open Show map
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Russian light rawhide shoes dim (person) upak
1734 <rural foot-wear> fool New Open Show map
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Russian bast shoe stupid, slow witted lapot'
1744 to burn (intr.) spot, stain New Open Show map
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Russian to burn spot on an animal's fur palit'
1746 to pull to drink Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to pull, to draw to drink slowly tjanut'
1763 Adj to know sign, designation Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to know sign znat'
1766 to reach to understand Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to catch up to understand (colloq.) dogonjat'
1771 Adj to tread to copulate Accepted Open Show map
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Russian trample, tread futuere (о домашней птице) toptat'
1773 Adj can, to be able strong Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to be able power, possession of force as the source of supremacy moč'
1776 Adj female calf girl Accepted Open Show map
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Russian heifer girl (colloq.) telka
1793 man brave Accepted Open Show map
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Russian man courageous muž
1802 to care for, look after to worry, be agitated New Open Show map
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Russian to take care worried zabotit'sja
1803 to turn, rotate (intr.) to address (someone), to speak (to someone) New Open Show map
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Russian to spin, to rotate to address (someone) vraščat'sja
1807 to see/to look at to guard New Open Show map
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Russian to see to guard zret'
1816 Adj to hang to depend Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to hang (intr.) to depend on something viset'
1817 to make black to slander New Open Show map
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Russian to blacken to blacken černit'
1818 Adj raw rude, impolite New Open Show map
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Russian coarse, unpolished barbaric neotesannyj
1819 to harness to force to work New Open Show map
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Russian to harness, to yoke to make work (colloq.) zaprjagat'
1820 to make hard to learn, study New Open Show map
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Russian hard, solid to learn something by heart tverdyj
1823 young skilful, dexterous New Open Show map
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Russian young good sport, attaboy molodoj
1824 to dig hoof New Open Show map
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Russian to dig hoof kopat'
1825 to fall down to attack Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to fall to attack padat'
1831 to bind dense, thick (liquid) New Open Show map
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Russian to tie, to bind sticky vjazat'
1832 to bind to form the fruit (of plant) New Open Show map
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Russian to tie, to bind seed bud vjazat'
1838 Adj free of charge in vain Accepted Open Show map
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Russian for nothing, for free in vain darom
1842 N conversation feast New Open Show map
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Russian
Belarusan
conversation, talk ball, banquet, party, feast beseda
bjaseda
1843 N fun, gaiety wedding New Open Show map
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Russian
Belarusan
fun wedding vesel'e
vesel'l'e
1844 Adj to pull to last New Open Show map
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Russian to drag on to last tjanut'sja
1852 Adj to grasp, seize to fight, scuffle Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to seize, to grasp fight shvatit'
1853 Adj to breathe to rest Accepted Open Show map
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Russian breath to have rest dyšat'
1855 to want although New Open Show map
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Russian to want though hotet'
1866 Adj moon menstruation Accepted Open Show map
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Russian moon, month period mesjac
1867 Adj to take bribe New Open Show map
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Russian to take bribe (n.) vzjat'
1868 Adj road Milky Way Accepted Open Show map
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Russian way Milky way put'
1872 to step on to come (of an event) Suspended Open Show map
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Russian to step, to tread to attack nastupat'
1873 to dislocate (of a joint) to go mad New Open Show map
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Russian to dislocate, to disjoint to go mad vyvihnut'
1875 Adj to prop up to help, aid Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to support to support podderživat'
1880 to change (tr.) to be unfaithful (to one's husband or wife) New Open Show map
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Russian to (ex)change to cheat on menjat'
1881 Adj steep bold, insolent New Open Show map
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Russian steep tough krutoj
1883 Adj tooth clove, segment New Open Show map
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Russian tooth clove (garlic) zub
1889 Adj straight healthy New Open Show map
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Russian right, correct to get better pravil'nyj
1890 Adj straight fat (adj.)(of a person) New Open Show map
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Russian right, correct to get better pravil'nyj
1892 to sting to induce Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to jab, to sting to incite strekat'
1894 weak inclination to smth New Open Show map
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Russian weakness soft spot slabost'
1899 good ОК New Open Show map
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Russian good consent horošo
1904 flat (adj) unfunny New Open Show map
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Russian flat stupid ploskij
1905 bed river-bed Accepted Open Show map
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Russian couch, bed bed lože
1906 to crackle cartilage Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to crunch, to crackle gristle hrjastet', hrustet'
1908 to mix, stir to involve New Open Show map
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Russian to mix to involve mešat'
1910 to gnaw to carp, find faults New Open Show map
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Russian to gnaw to nag gryzt'
1918 spade, shovel shoulder-blade, scapula Accepted Open Show map
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Russian spade shoulder blade lopata
1924 to clean to steal Accepted Open Show map
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Russian to clean, to brush to ease smb of smth čistit'
1925 simple stupid New Open Show map
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Russian simple simpleton prostoj
1925 simple stupid New Open Show map
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Russian
Gagauz
simple fool, stupid prostoj
prost
1927 Adj spirit smell New Open Show map
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Russian spirit perfume, smelly duh
1928 tribe kind (n.) New Open Show map
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Russian kindred, clan kind rod
1930 spring, fountain beginning Accepted Open Show map
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Russian spring source istočnik
1932 to defecate to waste New Open Show map
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Russian to shit, to poop to piss away srat'
1934 Adj mangy, scabby bad New Open Show map
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Russian mangy, scabby bad paršivyj
1936 to mill to speak New Open Show map
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Russian to grind to talk stuff and nonsense molot'
1943 Adj to bite part New Open Show map
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Russian to bite piece kusat'
1945 Adj bud (on a twig) kidney New Open Show map
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Russian bud kidney počka
1947 Adj curved squint-eyed Accepted Open Show map
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Russian crooked, curved, wry, asymmetric squint eyed kosoj
1948 squint-eyed hare (Lepus) New Open Show map
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Russian cтрадающий косоглазием hare kosoj
1950 Adj brain (cerebrum) mind (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Russian brain intelligence, mind mozg
1954 oak to tan (hides) New Open Show map
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Russian oak to tan dub
1964 to spring, jump grasshopper (Tettigonioidea) New Open Show map
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Russian to jump, to hop grasshopper skakat'
1967 to pass by to pass (of time) Accepted Open