False Friends of the Slavist/Kashubian-Czech

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Kaszëbsczi jãzëk — Čeština

Ka. lëst
1. list ‘leaf’
2. dopis ‘letter’
Cz. list 1. lëst ‘leaf’
2. cedélk ‘sheet of paper’
Ka. mir
1. mír ‘peace’
2. mír ‘quiet, stillness’
Cz. mír 1. mir ‘peace’
2. mir ‘quiet, stillness’
3. gminahist. municipality, parish, commune’
Ka. pòkùj
1. pokoj ‘quiet’
2. mír ‘peace’
Cz. pokoj 1. pòkùj ‘quiet’
2. jizba ‘room’
Ka. pôłnié
1. poledne ‘noon’
2. jih ‘south’
Cz. poledne Ka. pôłnié ‘noon’
Ka. sklep
1. sklep ‘cellar’
2. hrob ‘tomb, vault’
Cz. sklep Ka. sklep ‘cellar’
Ka. słowensczi
Cz. slovinský ‘Slovene’
Cz. slovenský Ka. słowacczi ‘Slovak’
Ka. stolëca
Cz. hlavní město ‘capital’
Cz. stolice Ka. stółk ‘chair’
Ka. strona
Cz. strana ‘side’
Cz. strana 1. strona ‘side’
2. starna ‘page’
3. partëjô ‘political party’

For additional information on false friends, see the On-line hypertext bibliography by Daniel Bunčić and Ryszard Lipczuk.

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