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  • 1 kapital

    капитал
    obratni kapital - оборотный капитал
    osnovni kapital - основной капитал

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  • 2 blęsti

    blęsti Grammatical information: v.
    Page in Trubačev: II 115
    Old Church Slavic:
    blęsti `chatter, talk nonsense' [verb], blędǫ [1sg]
    Church Slavic:
    blęsti (RuCS) `lose one's way, talk nonsense' [verb]
    Old Russian:
    bljasti `lose one's way, talk nonsense' [verb], bljadu [1sg]
    Old Czech:
    blésti `lose one's way, talk nonsense' [verb], bledu [1sg]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    blesti (arch.) `talk nonsense, blaspheme' [verb]
    Slovene:
    blésti `rave, talk nonsense' [verb], blédem [1sg]
    Proto-Balto-Slavic reconstruction: blend-
    Lithuanian:
    blę̃sti `sleep, stir flour into soup, talk nonsense, become cloudy' [verb], bleñdžia [3sg]
    Latvian:
    bliêzt `talk nonsense' [verb], bliêž [3sg];
    blenst `btalk nonsense' [verb];
    blènst `be short-sighted' [verb] \{1\}
    Indo-European reconstruction: The root *bʰlend- seems to be limited to Balto-Slavic and Germanic.
    Page in Pokorny: 157
    Notes:
    \{1\} In ME, blenst `talk nonsense' is accented blènst2 (blènzt2) or blênst2 (blênzt2). Blenst `be short-sighted' occurs with the unambiguous accentuations blènst\ and bleñst (1x). In some dialects, the latter verb has also preserved the root-final d.

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  • 3 ěsti

    ěsti Grammatical information: v. Proto-Slavic meaning: `eat'
    Page in Trubačev: VI 53-54
    Old Church Slavic:
    jasti `eat' [verb], jamь [1sg], jastъ [3sg]
    Russian:
    ést' `eat' [verb], em [1sg], est [3sg]
    Czech:
    jísti `eat' [verb]
    Slovak:
    jest' `eat' [verb]
    Polish:
    jeść `eat' [verb]
    Slovincian:
    jìe̯sc `eat' [verb]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    jȅsti `eat' [verb], jȅdem [1sg];
    Čak. ȉsti or ĩsti (Vrgada) `eat' [verb], idẽ [3sg];
    Čak. jȅs (Orbanići) `eat' [verb], (j)ĩ [3sg]
    Slovene:
    jẹ́sti `eat' [verb], jẹ́m [1sg]
    Bulgarian:
    jam `eat' [verb]
    Proto-Balto-Slavic reconstruction: eʔsti
    Lithuanian:
    ė́sti `eat' [verb]
    Latvian:
    êst `eat' [verb]
    Old Prussian:
    īst(wei) `eat' [verb]
    Indo-European reconstruction: h₁ed-mi
    IE meaning: eat
    Page in Pokorny: 288
    Other cognates:
    Skt. átti `eat' [verb];
    Hitt. ed-zi / ad- `eat' [verb];
    Gk. ἔδμεναι `eat' [verb];
    Lat. edō `eat' [verb];
    Go. itan `eat' [verb] [verb]

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  • 4 gǫsti

    gǫsti Grammatical information: v. Proto-Slavic meaning: `play an instrument'
    Page in Trubačev: VII 85-86
    Church Slavic:
    gǫsti `play an instrument' [verb], gǫdǫ [1sg]
    Russian:
    gust' (dial.) `howl, weep, sing' [verb];
    gustí (dial.) `hum, make a sound, howl, weep, sing' [verb]
    Ukrainian:
    hustí (dial.) `hum' [verb]
    Czech:
    housti (arch.) `play (the violin)' [verb]
    Slovak:
    húst' `play an instrument, chatter incessantly' [verb]
    Polish:
    gąść (arch.) `play, jingle, strum' [verb]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    gústi (arch.) `play, hum' [verb]
    Slovene:
    gǫ́sti `play the violin, grumble' [verb], gǫ́dem [1sg]
    Lithuanian:
    gaũsti `make a sound, hum' [verb], gaudžiù [1sg]

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  • 5 gręsti

    gręsti Grammatical information: v. Proto-Slavic meaning: `go'
    Page in Trubačev: VII 123-124
    Old Church Slavic:
    gręsti `go, come' [verb], grędǫ [1sg]
    Church Slavic:
    gręsti (RuCS) `go, come' [verb], grędu [1sg]
    Russian:
    gredut (dial.) `go' [3pl]
    Old Russian:
    gręsti `go, come' [verb], grędu [1sg];
    grěsti `go, come' [verb], grědu [1sg] \{1\}
    Ukrainian:
    grjastý `run fast and noisily, ride' [verb], grjadú [1sg]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    grèsti `go' [verb], grèdēm [1sg];
    grésti `go' [verb], grédēm [1sg]
    Lithuanian:
    grìdyti (Jušk.) `go, wander' [verb]
    Indo-European reconstruction: gʰrindʰ-
    Other cognates:
    Go. grid `step' [Accs];
    MHG grit `step' [m?]
    Notes:
    \{1\} AP (c) in Old Russian (Zaliznjak 1985: 139).

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  • 6 męsti

    męsti Grammatical information: v. Proto-Slavic meaning: `stir, trouble'
    Page in Trubačev: XIX 12-13
    Old Church Slavic:
    męsti `trouble, disturb' [verb], mętǫ [1sg]
    Russian:
    mjastí (obs.) `trouble, disturb' [verb], mjatú [1sg], mjatët [3sg]
    Czech:
    másti `confuse' [verb], matu [1sg]
    Old Czech:
    miesti `confuse' [verb], matu [1sg]
    Slovak:
    miast' `confuse' [verb]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    mésti `disturb, mix, stir' [verb], métēm [1sg]
    Slovene:
    mę́sti `disturb, churn' [verb], mę́tem [1sg]
    Proto-Balto-Slavic reconstruction: menstei
    Lithuanian:
    mę̃sti `mix' [verb], meñčia [3sg]
    Indo-European reconstruction: ment-
    Page in Pokorny: 732
    Other cognates:
    Skt. mánthati `whirl, rub' [verb]

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  • 7 obrěsti

    obrěsti Grammatical information: v. Proto-Slavic meaning: `find'
    Page in Trubačev: XXIX 74-76
    Old Church Slavic:
    obrěsti `find' [verb], obręštǫ [1sg]
    Russian:
    obrestí (rhet.) `find' [verb], obretú [1sg], obretët [3sg], obrjášču (arch.) [1sg], obrjáščet [3sg]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    obresti (13th-16th c.) `find' [verb];
    obrèsti se (dial.) `meet' [verb];
    obrȅs(t) (dial.) `be found, turn out to be' [verb] \{1\}
    Slovene:
    obrẹ́sti `find' [verb], obrẹ́tem [1sg]
    Lithuanian:
    \{2\}
    Indo-European reconstruction: h3ebh-urēt
    Notes:
    \{1\} According to Skok (III: 319), obresti was borrowed from Russian into the eastern variant of the literary language. The position of the dialect forms is unclear. \{2\} The Lithuanian verb surė̃sti `seize' (BB 26: 168), which Pokorny refers to, is obscure.

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  • 8 pręsti

    pręsti Grammatical information: v. Accent paradigm: c Proto-Slavic meaning: `spin'
    Old Church Slavic:
    prędǫtъ (Zogr., Mar., Ass., Sav.) `they spin' [3pl] \{1\}
    Russian:
    prjast' `spin' [verb], prjadú [1sg], prjadët [3sg]
    Ukrainian:
    prjásty `spin' [verb], prjadú [1sg]
    Czech:
    přísti `spin' [verb], předu [1sg]
    Old Czech:
    priesti `spin' [verb], přadu [1sg]
    Slovak:
    priast' `spin' [verb], pradiem [1sg]
    Polish:
    prząść `spin' [verb], przędę [1sg]
    Upper Sorbian:
    přasć `spin' [verb], přadu [1sg]
    Lower Sorbian:
    pśěsć `spin' [verb], pśědu [1sg]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    prȅsti `spin' [verb], prédēm [1sg];
    Čak. prȅsti (Vrgada) `spin' [verb], prēdȅš [2sg];
    Čak. prȅst (Hvar) `spin' [verb], prēdèn [1sg];
    Čak. prȅs (Orbanići) `spin' [verb], priedȅn [1sg]
    Slovene:
    prę́sti `spin' [verb], prę́dem [1sg]
    Bulgarian:
    predá `spin' [verb]
    Proto-Balto-Slavic reconstruction: (s)prenʔd-
    Lithuanian:
    sprę́sti `stretch, spread, solve, judge' [verb], spréndžia [3ps]
    Latvian:
    spriêst `stretch, press, judge, discuss' [verb], spriêžu [1ps]
    Indo-European reconstruction: prend-tei
    Notes:
    \{1\} `Neither do they [the lilies of the field] spin' (Matthew 6: 28, Luke 12: 27). Zogr. actually has the scribal errors pridǫtъ (also Sav.) and pręxǫtъ.

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  • 9 sěsti

    sěsti Grammatical information: v. Proto-Slavic meaning: `sit down'
    Old Church Slavic:
    sěsti `sit down' [verb], sędǫ [1sg]
    Russian:
    sest' `sit down' [verb], sjádu [1sg], sjádet [3sg]
    Czech:
    siesti `sit down' [verb], sadu [1sg], sěděš [2sg]
    Polish:
    siąść `sit down' [verb], siądę [1sg]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    sjȅsti `sit down' [verb], sjȅdēm [1sg];
    Čak. sȅsti (Vrgada) `sit down' [verb], sȅdeš [2sg];
    Čak. sȅs `sit down' [verb], siȇden [1sg]
    Slovene:
    sẹ́sti `sit down' [verb], sę̑dem [1sg]
    Bulgarian:
    sjádam `sit down' [verb]
    Proto-Balto-Slavic reconstruction: seʔstei
    Lithuanian:
    sė́sti `sit down' [verb], sė́da [3sg]
    Old Prussian:
    sindants `sitting'
    Indo-European reconstruction: sed-eh₁-
    Certainty: +
    Page in Pokorny: 884
    Other cognates:
    Gk. ἔζομαι `to sit down' [verb];
    Lat. sedēre `sit' [verb];
    Go. sitan `sit' [verb];
    OIc. sitia `sit' [verb]

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  • 10 stìgnǫti

    stìgnǫti Grammatical information: v. Accent paradigm: a Proto-Slavic meaning: `attain, reach, catch up with'
    Old Church Slavic:
    postignǫti `attain, catch up with, grasp' [verb]
    Russian:
    postígnut' `grasp, overtake' [verb]
    Czech:
    stihnouti `catch up with, overtake' [verb]
    Slovak:
    stihnút' `catch up with, overtake' [verb]
    Polish:
    ścignąć `chase' [verb]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    stȉgnuti `catch up with, reach, arrive' [verb], stȉgnēm [1sg]
    Slovene:
    stígniti `reach for, reach, arrive' [verb], stȋgnem [1sg]
    Bulgarian:
    stígna `catch up with, reach, extend' [verb]
    Indo-European reconstruction: steigʰ-
    Other cognates:
    Gk. στείχω `walk, march' [verb];
    Go. steigan `climb' [verb]

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  • 11 sъrěsti

    sъrěsti Grammatical information: v. Proto-Slavic meaning: `encounter'
    Old Church Slavic:
    sъrěsti `encounter' [verb], sъręštǫ [1sg]
    Russian:
    obrestí (rhet.) `find' [verb], obretú [1sg], obretët [3sg], obrjášču (arch.) [1sg], obrjáščet [3sg]
    Old Polish:
    pośrześć `encounter' [verb]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    srȅsti `encounter' [verb], srȅt(n)ēm [1sg]
    Slovene:
    srẹ́sti `encounter' [verb], sretem [1sg]
    Lithuanian:
    \{1\}
    Indo-European reconstruction: sm̯-urēt
    Notes:
    \{1\} I have not been able to trace the source of Lith. surė̃sti `seize' [verb] mentioned by Pokorny.

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  • 12 tręsti

    tręsti Grammatical information: v. Accent paradigm: c Proto-Slavic meaning: `shake (tr.)'
    Old Church Slavic:
    tręsti `shake (tr.)' [verb], tręsǫ [1sg]
    Russian:
    trjastí `shake (tr.)' [verb], trjasú `shake' [verb], trjasët [3sg]
    Czech:
    třásti `shake (tr.)' [verb], třesu [1sg]
    Old Czech:
    třiesti `shake (tr.)' [verb]
    Slovak:
    triast' `shake (tr.)' [verb], trasiem [1sg]
    Polish:
    trząść `shake (tr.)' [verb], trzęsę [1sg]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    trésti `shake (tr.)' [verb], trésem [1sg];
    Čak. trẽsti (Vrgada) `shake (tr.)' [verb], trēsȅš [2sg];
    Čak. trésti (Hvar) `shake (tr.)' [verb], trēsȅn [1sg];
    Čak. triẽs (Orbanići) `shake (tr.)' [verb], triesȅ [3sg]
    Slovene:
    trę́sti `shake (tr.)' [verb], trę́sem [1sg]
    Bulgarian:
    tresá `shake (tr.)' [verb]
    Comments: Vasmer (s.v. trjasú) may be right in assuming that *tręs represents a contamination of *tres-, cf. Skt. trásati `shiver', and *trem-, cf. Gk. τρέμω, Lat. tremō `id.'.

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  • 13 kapital

    capital

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  • 14 delniški

    акционерный
    delniška družba - акционерное общество
    delniški kapital - акционерный капитал

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  • 15 obraten

    обратный.
    оборотный
    obratna pot - обратный путь
    z obratno pošto - с обратной почтой
    obratni kapital - оборотный капитал
    obratni stroški - эксплуатационные расходы, издержки произóдства

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  • 16 temeljen

    основной
    temeljno pravilo - основное правило
    temeljni kapital - основной капитал
    temeljna plača - основная заработная плата
    polaganje temeljnega kamna - закладка фундамента.

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  • 17 bergtì

    bergtì Grammatical information: v. Accent paradigm: c? Proto-Slavic meaning: `take care of'
    Page in Trubačev: I 189-191
    Old Church Slavic:
    nebrěšti `neglect' [verb], nebrěgǫ [1sg]
    Russian:
    beréč́ `take care of, spare' [verb], beregú [1sg], berežët [3sg]
    Belorussian:
    beragčý `take care of, spare' [verb]
    Ukrainian:
    beregtý `take care of, spare, preserve' [verb]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    brijèći (arch.) `take care of, spare, guard, preserve' [verb]
    Proto-Balto-Slavic reconstruction: berg-tei
    Lithuanian:
    bìrginti `save, stint' [verb]
    Indo-European reconstruction: bʰergʰ-
    IE meaning: keep
    Page in Pokorny: 145
    Other cognates:
    Go. bairgan `keep, preserve, hide' [verb];
    OIc. bjarga `keep, preserve, hide' [verb]

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  • 18 blędь

    blędь Grammatical information: f. i
    Page in Trubačev: II 114-115
    Old Church Slavic:
    blędь `nonsense, error, debauchery' [f i];
    blędь `chatterer, idle talker' [m i]
    Russian:
    bljad' `prostitute, dissipated woman' [f i], bljádi [Gens]
    Old Russian:
    bljadь `deception, nonsense, deceiver, lunatic, adulteress' [f i]
    Page in Pokorny: 157
    Comments: See -> *blę̃sti.
    Other cognates:
    Go. blinds `blind' [adj];
    OIc. blindr `blind, unclear' [adj]

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  • 19 bl̨ustì

    bl̨ustì Grammatical information: v. Accent paradigm: c Proto-Slavic meaning: `watch'
    Page in Trubačev: II 136-137
    Old Church Slavic:
    bljusti `watch, guard' [verb], bljudǫ [1sg]
    Russian:
    bljustí `guard, observe' [verb], bljudú [1sg], bljudët [3sg]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    bljȕsti (RJA: arch.) `guard, observe' [verb], bl̨údēm [1sg]
    Proto-Balto-Slavic reconstruction: bi̯oud-
    Indo-European reconstruction: bʰeudʰ-e/o-
    IE meaning: observe, notice, be awake
    Page in Pokorny: 150
    Other cognates:
    Gk. πέυθομαι `give notice';
    Skt. bódhati `observe, heed'

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  • 20 bostì

    bostì Grammatical information: v. Accent paradigm: c Proto-Slavic meaning: `stab, sting'
    Page in Trubačev: II 222-223
    Old Church Slavic:
    bosti `stab' [verb], bodǫ [1sg], basъ [1sgaor.]
    Russian:
    bost' (Smolensk) `butt' [verb], bodú [1sg];
    bostí (Kalin. obl.) `butt' [verb]
    Czech:
    bůsti (poet.) `stab' [verb], bodu [1sg]
    Old Czech:
    bósti `stab' [verb], bodu [1sg]
    Polish:
    bóść `stab, butt' [verb], bodę [1sg]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    bòsti `sting, prick, stab' [verb], bòdēm [1sg];
    Čak. bȍsti (Vrgada) `sting, prick, stab' [verb], bodȅš [2sg];
    Čak. bȍs (Orbanići) `sting, prick, stab' [verb], bodȅn [1sg]
    Slovene:
    bósti `stab, butt' [verb], bódem [1sg]
    Lithuanian:
    bèsti `stick, drive (into), dig' [verb], bẽda [3sg] \{1\}
    Indo-European reconstruction: bʰodʰ-
    IE meaning: stab
    Page in Pokorny: 113
    Other cognates:
    Lat. fodiō `dig' [verb]
    Notes:
    \{1\} We find o-vocalism in, for instance, the intensive badýti, Latv. badît.

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