In this thread we give a Slavic word and others try to guess it's meaning
I'll start with
Good guess, but not quite right, Poland. Have a pope
Cudzoziemiec means foreigner (cudzy - foreign, ziemie - land)
I've studied Czech for a semester and literally have no idea what these words mean :DDDD
I'm thinking of something that has to do with marriage or a bride
>Mleczna Droga (it's a name)
>All Slavs should get this word
You tried to write Russian word with some cucked latinization?
>I hereby submit some words.
Thinker? Kind of philosopher?
Plant used as sedative?
The hook over ě must have confused you.
Oh I love that one.
Also have some more
>jinovatka (kek I'll actually need to find english word myself now that I think of it)
Come back to rzeczpospolita ^_^
>God damn it Pepiks, a "Myśliwiec" is a fighter aircraft.
And don't you think you're calling it that for the same reason because it fulfills that role? I believe you have "Myśliwy" for huntsman as well.
Something to do with cyka blyat or being pale?
>Uchitelnitsa (ts - as cz in czar)
Either a teacher (because "uczyć" - to teach) or a room in a library meant for reading books without borrowing them ("czytać")
Car, dobro (ty) jesi myslil
But why does Baja Mali sing radio here?
That some Serb only thing?
Srane - shit
Ebane - fucking
Svirka - whore
Kurva - whore
Dupe - asshole
Prdelnik - ass
Pishka - pussy
Hui - cock
Putka - ass
Iznasilvane - rape
Ebane s poboi - fucking with ???
>Belarusians don't speak their own language anymore
no, it's literally "object moving between your legs"
>Something to do with cyka blyat or being pale?
It means slutty dinosaur (hard tier)
>>Uchitelnitsa (ts - as cz in czar)
>Either a teacher (because "uczyć" - to teach) or a room in a library meant for reading books without borrowing them ("czytać")
Yes, female teacher. Reading room is "chital'niy zal"
Zachód - west
Kamizelka Kuloodporna - bulletproof vest (kula - bullet, odporna -proof, kamizelka - vest)
Strzał = shoot
mleko - milk
Telefon - telephone
Skurwysyn- Traitor, someone became a kurwa
Strange/socially awkward girl?
Yesterday during my Czech lession I said na zachodě instead of na vychodě. Everybody laughed good)))
Zachód - west
Strzał - shooter?
Mleko - milk
Telefon - telephone
Skurwysyn - whoreson
You got those two right. With izkoščičiti I was mostly fucking with you, though it's a valid Slovenian word. It means to gut a fruit of its seed (=koščica).
Obhajilo is a very common, religiously significant word though. Soočenje is also often used in a political or media context, but isn't as essential.
>Some Slovenian ones:
Exactly the same in Russian, but I can't translate. Robber, bandit is close.
Veer, thing to blow air manually on yourself
>Strange/socially awkward girl?
Ha! You may even be right, but I've never heard it used like that. It's soft rime, the white ice crystals that can be seen on grass on cold mornings. Poles call it 'szrom' I think.
Soočenje is confrontation (the Croat got it right of course - so (co-) + oči (eyes) + enje (event))
Obhajilo means communion in the sense of the Christian ritual.
>the gist, the point
>'he will be resurrected'?
>a female thief?
Fucking (pussywhore) motherfucker (cockfucker)
You're gonna have to give us the answers yourself)))
Sumasšedšij (It's a past active participle, so it should be translated as "(someone) that has done something)
sojti s uma is the construction it's been made from
just germanic things :^)
and yes "dziwka" means a whore.
IN polish we don't use letter "v" instead of it we using "w" this is that same.
> Something to do with Romanian food
> samolet - o - nosač
a foreigner / stranger
Probably a baby (in meaning the one who's asking for a milk)
Big momma's house, men love that place
I think a Russian would understand quite a lot from the first song. Any Russian feel giving it a try?
It's where the sun goes up and then we got the Czech "východ" which is where the sun goes down
Where soldier stay on duty.
Little penis. Or small boat. Or detail of weaver machine.
Back end of foot
Try to guess as many words as you can: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KesUyAZ1cHk
Next batch of words will be either Church Slavonic or Old Russian
ь and ъ are ultra short vowels. Think of them as the vowels that sometimes disappear in words like day, sleep, dog
lovьcь (lovac, lovec)
Correct. Lovac/lovec wasn't a translation. It's what the ь should have turned to in all Slavic languages
Mostly Old Russian words this time
Из c- тoк, дaлee oт пpacлaв. *tokъ, oт кoт. в чиcлe пpoчeгo пpoизoшли: дp.-pyccк., cт.-cлaв. тoкъ
What no, that's wrong. That's how the cat purrs. The cat says m´au in Russian
Pretty good, 7/10
Yeah, presti for to purr must have started out as an allusion to the sound produced by the spinning wheel.
Koška would most likely remind the uninformed Slovene of kokoška, the term for hen, so confusion would ensue.
Kukuška is a cuckoo in Russian.
Petuh is a rooster and kurica is a hen
Also, kukuruza is a funny word. It means corn
Jesm uvěrjeny, (da) že nikdo z vas ne zrozumie ten/tot post, moi drogi/drozi slovjane is how I'd phrase it for everyone to understand
book (knj/kni turns into kś for some reason)
książka - knęz´
książe - kniga
dziś - d´neś
I really like videos with two or more Slavic languages in them. The Hačkis aren't put out in the translations, but that shouldn't hinder understanding it
Sknerus means literally a "scrooge". A miserly cheapskate.
Let's do the rest of the ducks.
Donald Duck - Kaczor Donald
The nephews - Hyzio, Dyzio, Zyzio
Daisy - Daisy
Beagle Boys - Bracie Be
Magica De Spell - Magika De Czar
Gyro - Diodak
Gyro's lightbulb helper - Wolframik
Gladstone - Goguś
Goldie - Złotka
Grandma Duck - Babcia Kaczka
Gus the Goose - Gęgul Gęg
Flintheart - Granit Forsant
Rockerduck - Kwakerfeller
Anyone important I missed?
That's kind of what I think
Serbian to me is Russian words with non-East Slavic grammar (meaning West/South)
Polish to me is hardmode Russian (West Slavic grammar)
I'm still not sure what Czech is, but it's archaic as fuck
I just know the Swedish ones :( But I think the Russian ones aren't that interesting. Donald Duck is Donal´d Dak
Donald Duck - Kalle Anka
The nephews - Knatte, Fnatte, Tjatte
Daisy - Kajsa Anka
Beagle Boys - Björnligan
Magica De Spell - Magica de Hex
Gyro - Oppfinnar-Jocke
Gyro's lightbulb helper - Medhjälparen (helper)
Gladstone - Alexander lukas
Goldie - Glittriga Gullan
Grandma Duck - Farmor anka
Gus the Goose - Mårten Gås
Flintheart - Guld-Ivar Flinthjärta
Rockerduck - Pontus von Pluring
Rest / vacation
>Freak / Nakaza