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  • #461018

    Kapitán Denis
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    @kapitan-denis

    @nikebg Oh, I forgot. We also have dielo. It means “work” (noun; work of an artist or a writer f.e.).

    #461019

    aaaaa
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    @aaaaa

    Оттам и поговорката:

    “Може да сме безделници, но не сме без празници.”

    #461026

    Miki Veliki Miki Ludi
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    @mikiveliki

    Speaking of a word for bicycle, in CBMS language(s), all three genders are grammatically correct: masculine: bicikl (ovaj bicikl – this bicycle)

    feminine: bicikla (ova bicikla – this bicycle)

    neutral: biciklo (ovo biciklo – this bicycle)

    🙂

    I can’t think of any other word like that.

    #461032

    Shaokang
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    @shaokang

    @mikiveliki

    “CBMS language(s)”

    Let me help you up a bit there: “Serbian language” 👺

    #461051

    Miki Veliki Miki Ludi
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    @mikiveliki

    @shaokang

    Well, I’m just trying to be inclusive. Don’t forget, it’s Montenegrins who preserved the culture (and language) through the dark times.

    #461057

    Olga Kysil
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    @olga_kysil

    Kapusta.

    #461059

    Miki Veliki Miki Ludi
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    @mikiveliki

    @olga_kysil

    Podvarak? In the summertime?!

    #461061

    Dušan
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    @dusan

    @mikiveliki yet I use bicikli (pl. biciklovi), cause fu, we’re Syrmians. Why are you talking about this foreign word here?

    also bicigľa

    #461062

    Olga Kysil
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    @olga_kysil

    @mikiveliki I’ve never eaten Serbian food, sadly. 🙁  I googled Podvarak and it looks delicious! Do Serbians eat Podvarak in the summer? Or just cold weather?

    “Kapusta” means cabbage in Ukrainian. Often, Kapusta means the dish in the video below. Kapusta can be eaten anytime a person is hungry for it! 😀 There are many different “Kapusta” dishes Ukrainians enjoy.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uP-9JbUTCsw

    #461066

    Miki Veliki Miki Ludi
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    @mikiveliki

    @olga_kysil

    This looks exactly like podvarak I know!

    It sounds like podvarak is the subset of kapusta.

    Oh don’t get me wrong, I’d definitely go for it ANY time. But sauerkraut/bacon/kielbasa are usually prepared for the winter so…

     

    #461072

    Shaokang
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    @shaokang

    @mikiveliki

    Don’t forget, it’s Montenegrins who preserved the culture (and language) through the dark times.

    How do you call presence?

    #461075

    Kapitán Denis
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    @kapitan-denis

    Yugoslavs. Here we go again. 😀

    #461081

    Shaokang
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    @shaokang

    @kapitan-denis

    Thought you knew better. Its just me trolling on the new members 😀

    #461084

    NikeBG
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    @nikebg

    I thought you were talking about the Ottomans. Like the occasionally recurring rumour here that someone supposedly wants to replace the “Turkish slavery/yoke” with “Ottoman presence” in our schoolbooks…

    #461086

    Shaokang
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    @shaokang

    @nikebg

    I would say on a national levels in the Balkans was forged opinion of Ottomans based on the waves of secular revolutions of 1848, because our most educated people of that time were schooled in the West where those revolutions occurred, and they wrote our history, so we often forget that Ottoman empire was one of the more liberal empires (speaking from the perspective of that period) in this part of Europe until mid 17th century when they reached zenith.

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