#353206

Anonymous

Czech, Slovak, Ukrainian, Belarusian, certain southern Russian dialects do not have sound ‘G’. In Ukrainian and Belarusian ‘G’ is a fricative ‘G’ something between ‘H’ and ‘G’.

In Belarusian ‘Tuhý’ is ‘Тугi’ (Tuhi) – literally tight or stiff. ‘Twardy’ sounds as Belarusian ‘ćviordy’ – firm or hard.