87 shifts found

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0057 N boy servant Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
parubok parobek young man, youth 171 Polish
0437 N horn corner Accepted Open Show map
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рiг (rih) рiг (rih) horn 138 Ukrainian
0506 N throat branch (of a river) Accepted Open Show map
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gyrlo gyrlo throat 138 Ukrainian
0840 N mountain forest Accepted Open Show map
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kruča kruča hill, hummock 138 Ukrainian
0843 V to speak to practice witchcraft Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
bajaty baja to speak, to narrate 110 Bulgarian
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promovljaty prymivnik to speak, to pronounce 138 Ukrainian
0849 Adj heavy (of weight) important Accepted Open Show map
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vaha važnyj weight, burden 157 Russian
0851 Adj heavy (of weight) pregnant Accepted Open Show map
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vaha vahitna weight, burden 138 Ukrainian
0933 N man husband Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
čolovik čolovik man 138 Ukrainian
0982 V to speak to show, indicate Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
kazaty pokazat' to speak 157 Russian
0986 N sack, bag scrotum Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
kalytka kalytka pouch 138 Ukrainian
1139 Adj wild, untamed wild (of a person) New Open Show map
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дикий дикий wild, untamed 138 Ukrainian
1160 N <foreigner> cockroach Accepted Open Show map
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козак (kozak) козак (kozak) cossack 138 Ukrainian
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швед (šved) швед (šved) Swede 138 Ukrainian
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Ukrainian
жид (žyd) жидочок (žydočok) Jew 138 Ukrainian
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прус (prus) прус (prus) (dialect) Prussian 138 Ukrainian
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шваб (švab) шваб (švab) Swabian 138 Ukrainian
1174 V to see/to look at to be surprised Accepted Open Show map
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dyvytysja divit'sja to look 157 Russian
1179 V>N to burn (intr.) distilled alcohol Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
hority horilka to burn, to flare 138 Ukrainian
1224 hill tomb Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
могила (mohyla) могила (mohyla) high mound on the site of an ancient burial 138 Ukrainian
1233 Adj rich numerous New Open Show map
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bahatyj bahato rich, wealthy 138 Ukrainian
1236 to bark (of a dog) to cough Accepted Open Show map
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brechati brehati to bark 156 Serbo-Croatian
1250 pit tomb Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
jama jama hole, pit 138 Ukrainian
1263 cave stove Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
піч (pič) печера (pečera) stove 138 Ukrainian
1298 pus dung New Open Show map
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Ukrainian
hnoj hnoj pus 138 Ukrainian
1371 V>N to throw <unit of length> New Open Show map
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kydaty kyd' to throw 138 Ukrainian
1373 N bull bittern (Botaurus) Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
бугай (buhaj) бугай (buhaj) bull 138 Ukrainian
1423 N to beat, hit woodpecker Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
dovbaty dovbač, dovbalo to hollow out, to peck 138 Ukrainian
1631 V to sprinkle to run Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
porskati porskati splash, sprinkle 138 Ukrainian
1672 mirror mirror carp Accepted Open Show map
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dzerkalo zerkalec mirror 138 Ukrainian
1730 Adj to bark (of a dog) to tell lie Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
брехати (brechaty) брехати (brechaty) to bark 138 Ukrainian
1758 can, to be able to win Accepted* Open Show map
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mohty peremohty to be able 138 Ukrainian
1838 Adj free of charge in vain Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
durno durno for free, for nothing (colloq.) 138 Ukrainian
1843 N fun, gaiety wedding Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
весiлля (vesíllja) весiлля (vesíllja) fun, gaiety 138 Ukrainian
1868 Adj road Milky Way Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
šljach čumac'kyj šljach 138 Ukrainian
1954 oak to tan (hides) New Open Show map
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дуб дубити oak 138 Ukrainian
1968 Adj to flow to pass (of time) Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
splyvaty splyvaty to flow (on the surface of smth) 138 Ukrainian
2126 stone, rock stone (of a fruit) Accepted* Open Show map
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Ukrainian
kamin' kaminec stone 138 Ukrainian
2155 <foreigner> giant Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
varjah varjah, varjaha Varangian, a person from the Scandinavian tribe 138 Ukrainian
2367 <animal> spot of reflected light Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
зайчик зайчик hare (diminutive ) 138 Ukrainian
2392 cheerful rainbow New Open Show map
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veselyj veselka cheerful 138 Ukrainian
2402 <place name> <fish> Accepted Open Show map
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Tysa tysovyčka river 138 Ukrainian
2463 <blood-sucking insect> summer New Open Show map
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hedz' hedzen' gadfly 138 Ukrainian
2514 monarch bride Single* Open Show map
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knjahynja knjahynja princess 138 Ukrainian
2521 <clothes> menstruation Accepted Open Show map
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košulja košulja shirt 138 Ukrainian
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soročka soročka shirt 138 Ukrainian
2668 Adj to know to practice witchcraft Accepted Open Show map
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мудрий (mudryj) мудрий (mudryj) wise 138 Ukrainian
3072 <animal> mole cricket (Gryllotalpa) Accepted Open Show map
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vovk vovčok wolf 138 Ukrainian
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sučka sučka she-dog, bitch 138 Ukrainian
3158 white underwear Accepted Open Show map
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бiлий (bilyj) бiлизна (bilyzna) white 138 Ukrainian
3162 to tickle water nymph New Open Show map
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loskotat' loskotucha to tickle 138 Ukrainian
3163 <bird> freckle Accepted Open Show map
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lastivka lastovynka swallow 138 Ukrainian
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žuravel' žuravycha, žuravyna crane 138 Ukrainian
3168 earring spindle (Euonymus) Accepted* Open Show map
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sergy vovči sergy earrings 138 Ukrainian
3187 to dig to kick Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
копати (kopaty) копати (kopaty) to dig 138 Ukrainian
3193 <foot-wear> aconite Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
черевички (зозулины) черевички shoes 138 Ukrainian
3195 <foot-wear> lady's slipper (Cypripedium) Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
čerevyčky čerevyčky shoes 138 Ukrainian
3200 bald dandelion (Taraxacum) New Open Show map
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Ukrainian
plišyvyj plešiveč bald 138 Ukrainian
3680 to do to speak Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
рiч рiч speech 138 Ukrainian
3691 N child (son or daughter) little finger Accepted* Open Show map
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Ukrainian
мізинець мізинець the youngest son in the family 138 Ukrainian
3999 basket beehive Accepted Open Show map
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сапетка сапетка basket 138 Ukrainian
4068 albumen, white of an egg protein Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
білок білок albumen, white of an egg 138 Ukrainian
4069 albumen, white of an egg white of an eye Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
білок білок albumen, white of an egg 138 Ukrainian
4075 another second (adj.) Accepted* Open Show map
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Ukrainian
другий другий another 138 Ukrainian
4207 yard, courtyard palace Accepted* Open Show map
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Ukrainian
дворець дворець courtyard 138 Ukrainian
4219 to go after smb. to care for, look after New Open Show map
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Ukrainian
ходити (біля) ходити to go near smb. 138 Ukrainian
4263 nameless ring finger Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
безіменний безіменний палець nameless 138 Ukrainian
4278 to sweep blizzard Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
мести метелиця to sweep 138 Ukrainian
4329 underwear bed-clothes Accepted Open Show map
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бiлизна (bilyzna) бiлизна (bilyzna) underwear 138 Ukrainian
4330 white bed-clothes Accepted Open Show map
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бiлий (bilyj) бiлизна (bilyzna) white 138 Ukrainian
4331 mouse computer mouse Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
миша миша mouse 138 Ukrainian
4358 stopper, plug traffic jam Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
пробка (probka) пробка (probka) stopper, plug 138 Ukrainian
4368 cat anchor Accepted Open Show map
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кiт кiтва cat 138 Ukrainian
4375 to ask (for) to pray Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
молити молитися to ask (for) 138 Ukrainian
4424 quick soon Accepted* Open Show map
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скорий скорий fast 138 Ukrainian
4591 eggplant (Solanum melongena) tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) Accepted Open Show map
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баклажан баклажан eggplant (Solanum melongena) 138 Ukrainian
4986 sheath vagina Accepted* Open Show map
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пiхва пiхва (often in pl. пiхви) sheath 138 Ukrainian
5019 this way, like this yes Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
так так thus 138 Ukrainian
5029 father motherland Accepted Open Show map
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батько батьківщина father 138 Ukrainian
5051 grandfather old man Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
дід дід grandfather 138 Ukrainian
5053 to answer to correspond Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
відповідати відповідати to answer 138 Ukrainian
5056 dry lenten (fare) Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
сухий сухий dry 138 Ukrainian
5092 idler, loafer sloth (South American mammal) Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
лінивець лінивець (colloquial) lazy person 138 Ukrainian
5187 sickle August Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
серп серпень sickle 138 Ukrainian
5193 mother wet-nurse Accepted Open Show map
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Ukrainian
мама (mama) мамка (mamka) mother 138 Ukrainian
5227 grandfather ancestor New Open Show map
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Ukrainian
дід діди grandfather 138 Ukrainian
5231 anathema swearword New Open Show map
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анафема (archaic анахтема) анафема (archaic анахтема) anathema 138 Ukrainian