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  • #475028

    NikeBG
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    @nikebg

    Huh, I wonder if there’s any connection with the Bulgarian skributsam/скрибуцам (to screech, creak, squeak; synonymous with скърцам, скриптя, стържа).

    #475039

    pollex
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    @pollex

    @nikebg
    “I wonder if there’s any connection with the Bulgarian

    скрибуцам – “to screech”

    It’s probably related to Latin:

    crepare – “to crack”

    #475355

    pollex
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    @pollex

    Latin:
    novus – “new”

    Slavic:
    nowy (pl), новый (ru) – “new”

    #475356

    pollex
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    @pollex

    Latin:
    vetus – “old”

    Slavic:
    vetchý (cz), ветхий (ru) – “decrepit”

    #475555

    pollex
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    @pollex

    Latin:
    videre – “to see”

    Slavic:
    vidět (cz), видеть (ru) – “to see”

    #475595

    pollex
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    @pollex

    Latin:
    dormire – “sleep, be asleep”

    Slavic:
    dremati (sl), дремать (ru) – “doze”

    #475609

    NikeBG
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    @nikebg

    Latin:
    sal – “salt”

    Slavic:
    sol (pl), сол (bg), соль (ru) – “salt”

    #478504

    Alex
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    @konver911

    vino- is vine (latin)

    вино [vino]- is vine (rus)

    I found this in help essay. don’t want to spam you can find there more.

    #478592

    pollex
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    @pollex

    For sure “vino” is a very important word for Slavs…

    @konver911
    This word was already posted to this topic.
    Please see my comment about it on the previous page.

    #478593

    pollex
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    @pollex

    Latin:
    spina – “backbone”

    Slavic:
    spina/спина (East Slavic) – “human back”

    There is a hypothesis that this is a Latin loanword in East Slavic languages.
    But I’m inclined to believe that it’s rather a common Slavic-Latin word (considering relatively small Latin influence on East Slavic languages).

    #478594

    pollex
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    @pollex

    Latin:
    nunc – “now”

    Slavic:
    нынче (ru) – “now”

    Slavic sound “y”(ы) is derived from old long “u”.
    For example word “son” (syn/сын) in Proto-Slavic sounded as “sunus” [su:nus]

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