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Old Russian Online

Base Form Dictionary

Jonathan Slocum and Todd B. Krause

This Base Form Dictionary index lists, in an alphabetical order suitable to the language and the script employed for it, every unique base form underlying one or more surface (word) forms in lesson texts. For each base form a general meaning (if any) is shown, along with links to every usage, in every numbered lesson, of the associated surface forms. With this index, one may click on any link to perform a quick "usage look-up," and thereby study how surface forms in texts are constructed from base forms.

A new, experimental feature is being introduced to these EIEOL lessons, namely the addition of pointers to Proto-Indo-European roots identified by Julius Pokorny in his monumental work, Indogermanisches Etymologisches Wörterbuch (2 vols. Bern: Franke, 1959-1969; reprinted in 1989). Because Pokorny is becoming increasingly outdated, we may revise these links in the future; however, for the time being, this information might prove interesting to those who are curious about Indo-European etymology. Notice of potential error is always welcome.

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<*i>   he   --
1.105, 1.117, 1.127, 1.217, 2.73, 2.137, 2.142, 2.207, 3.56, 3.69, 3.72, 3.88, 3.156, 3.163, 3.170, 3.189, 3.201, 3.204, 3.219, 3.248, 3.272, 3.282, 4.13, 4.19, 4.44, 4.107, 4.120, 4.194, 4.236, 4.289, 4.311, 4.325, 4.342, 4.364, 4.368, 5.10, 5.55, 5.97, 5.109, 5.148, 5.187, 5.232, 5.248, 5.285, 5.304, 5.316, 6.247, 6.320, 6.424, 7.33, 7.129, 7.135, 7.160, 7.174, 8.8, 8.39, 8.69, 8.123, 8.158, 8.256, 8.323, 8.333, 8.384, 8.412, 9.92, 10.7, 10.21, 10.46, 10.59, 10.66, 10.71, 10.84, 10.104, 10.146, 10.157
<a>   and, but; if   --
1.36, 1.214, 2.24, 2.29, 2.104, 3.33, 3.98, 3.351, 4.87, 4.148, 4.280, 5.293, 5.306, 6.126, 6.181, 6.207, 6.274, 6.434, 7.12, 7.152, 7.158, 7.182, 9.163, 10.63, 10.79, 10.175, 10.252, 10.330, 10.366
<avŭgustŭ>   Augustus; (the month of) August   --
8.292
<abĭe>   right away   --
8.275, 10.121
<agljane, anŭgljane>   (pl.) the Angles (a Western Germanic tribe)   --
1.187
<azŭ>   I   --
1.153, 1.225, 2.202, 3.34, 3.39, 3.47, 3.99, 3.166, 4.63, 4.123, 4.128, 4.160, 4.184, 4.262, 4.275, 4.358, 5.13, 5.31, 5.76, 5.264, 6.187, 6.250, 6.304, 6.341, 6.350, 6.430, 8.53, 8.85, 8.188, 9.191, 9.220, 9.229, 9.292, 9.302, 9.323, 9.341, 9.361, 9.405, 10.183, 10.198, 10.212, 10.248, 10.279, 10.282, 10.294, 10.377
<aky>   as, like   --
4.75, 10.111
<angelĭskŭ>   of an angel, angel's, angelic   --
9.328
<apostolĭskŭ>   of the apostle, apostle's, apostolic   --
10.358
<Askoldŭ, Oskoldŭ>   Askold, Askuldr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.216
<Asmudŭ>   Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name)   --
3.249, 6.85
<ašte>   if, whether   --
3.143, 3.153, 3.160, 5.12, 9.393, 10.243
<bez (bes, be)>   (w. gen.) without   --
9.261
<bezlobĭje>   innocence   --
10.314
<blaženŭ>   blessed   --
8.63, 8.195, 8.341, 9.38, 9.179, 10.142
<blĭštati sę, -štǫ sę, -štiši sę>   shine, glisten; shine, be bright   --
10.110
<bo>   for   --
1.174, 2.56, 3.203, 3.317, 3.369, 4.72, 4.105, 6.72, 6.139, 6.351, 6.375, 7.107, 7.188
<bogorodica>   mother of God   --
3.363
<bogŭ>   god   --
8.91, 8.282
<bol'ĭi>   bigger, more   --
3.123, 9.16
<Borisŭ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
<boričevŭ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
<borĭje>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
<bojarinŭ>   noble, aristocrat, bojar, boyar   --
2.144
<brati, borjǫ, borješi>   fight   --
6.133
<bratonevavidĭnikŭ>   hostile to one's brother   --
10.25
<bratrŭ, bratŭ>   brother   --
2.72, 8.142, 9.159, 9.164, 9.246, 9.280, 9.383, 10.228, 10.255
<bratĭja>   (collective) brothers, brethren   --
2.8, 2.192, 8.72, 8.134, 8.146, 10.184, 10.213, 10.232, 10.378
<brěšti, brěgǫ, brěžeši>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
<v>   two   --
2.138, 7.177
<varęgŭ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
<varęžĭskŭ>   Varangian, of the Varangians   --
2.54
<Vasiliji>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
<vašĭ>   of you, your (pl.)   --
4.126, 4.285, 5.26, 6.184, 8.138, 10.251, 10.283
<velikŭ>   big, large, great   --
1.211, 4.209, 4.243, 4.305, 5.22, 5.206, 8.255
<veličati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   raise; (refl.) be raised, be exalted, be elated, be conceited   --
4.158
<veličĭje>   greatness, pride   --
8.240
<velĭmi>   greatly, very; clearly   --
9.51
<velĭmoža>   member of the nobility, member of the aristocracy, noble, aristocrat   --
8.236
<veseliti, -l'jǫ, -liši>   entertain; (refl.) rejoice   --
8.233
<veslo>   oar   --
10.123
<vesti, vedǫ, vedeši>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
<vesĭ>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
<viděti, viždǫ, vidiši>   see   --
8.264, 10.141
<vladěti, -dějǫ, -děješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
<vlastĭ>   rule, power, authority; despotic rule, tyranny   --
2.77
<vlŭkŭ>   wolf   --
3.146, 4.76
<vně>   (w. gen.) outside (of)   --
4.215
<voda>   water   --
3.319, 10.112
<voditelĭ>   leader, commander   --
8.196
<voevoda>   (military) commander, vojevoda   --
3.250
<vozŭ>   chariot, wagon, cart   --
4.260
<voji>   fighter; (pl.) troops, army   --
5.313, 6.24, 7.8, 7.51, 7.126
<Volga>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
<vojevati, vojujǫ, vojuješi>   fight, wage war   --
1.130
<vrabiji>   sparrow   --
6.349, 6.407, 7.15, 7.22, 7.50, 7.63, 7.71
<vragŭ>   enemy   --
9.276
<vrěmę>   time   --
8.86, 9.133
<>   (w. loc.) in; (w. acc.) into   --
1.5, 1.60, 1.73, 1.86, 1.110, 1.116, 1.126, 1.145, 1.216, 2.107, 2.110, 2.113, 2.116, 2.119, 2.221, 2.236, 3.5, 3.18, 3.40, 3.59, 3.61, 3.83, 3.147, 3.223, 3.239, 3.299, 3.314, 3.355, 4.151, 4.156, 4.185, 4.190, 4.195, 4.228, 4.263, 4.290, 4.302, 4.304, 4.326, 5.21, 5.137, 6.5, 6.68, 6.109, 6.130, 6.378, 6.436, 6.440, 6.455, 6.464, 7.26, 7.65, 7.69, 8.25, 8.183, 8.242, 8.280, 8.286, 8.345, 8.386, 8.419, 9.42, 9.61, 9.63, 9.94, 9.121, 9.131, 9.312, 9.417, 10.42, 10.102, 10.108
<vŭvaditi, -važdǫ, -vadiši>   join; (refl.) introduce oneself, enter   --
3.145
<vŭzvariti, -rjǫ, -riši>   cook   --
5.169
<vŭzvati, -zovǫ, -zoveši>   call, summon   --
4.12
<vŭzvratiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   give back; (refl.) come back   --
3.100, 3.120
<vŭzvratiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   return; turn away; (refl.) leave   --
5.308
<vŭzgarati, -rajǫ, -raješi>   burn; boil over   --
7.77
<vŭzgorěti, -rjǫ, -riši>   burn, burn up   --
7.109
<vŭzdolě>   (w. gen.) below, at the bottom of   --
3.321
<vŭzdradovati sę, -dujǫ sę, -duješi sę>   be happy, rejoice   --
10.61
<vŭzdrasti, -stǫ, -steši>   be nourished, grow   --
10.329
<vŭzdrastŭ>   age   --
10.382
<vŭzdŭxnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   groan, sigh   --
8.108
<vŭzdyxanĭje>   respiration, breathing; sigh, groan   --
8.177, 10.171
<vŭzložiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   throw upon, cast upon; impose   --
6.356, 7.172, 8.347
<vŭznesti, -sǫ, -seši>   carry, transport, transfer   --
4.188
<vŭzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
<vŭzŭpiti, -pijǫ, -piješi>   cry out   --
9.180
<vŭzĭmati, -eml'jǫ, -eml'ješi>   take, take up   --
3.80
<vŭzęti, -zĭmǫ, -zĭmeši>   pick up, take   --
6.162, 7.131
<vŭlěsti, -lězǫ, -lězeši>   enter; descend (into)   --
5.89
<vŭnezaapǫ>   suddenly   --
10.16
<vŭniti, -idǫ, -ideši>   go into, enter   --
3.192, 6.454
<vŭrinǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   thrust in; throw, throw in; cast away   --
4.324
<vŭsklanjati, -njajǫ, -njaješi>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
<vŭsprijęti, -imǫ, -imeši>   take up, receive   --
8.399, 9.282, 9.411
<vŭspętĭ>   back, toward the back, in reverse, in return   --
3.89
<vŭstati, -stanǫ, -staneši>   stand up, break out   --
1.120
<vŭsxotěti, -xoštǫ, -xošteši>   want, wish, desire   --
8.226, 8.232, 8.239
<vŭsxytati, -tajǫ, -taješi>   seize, snatch   --
4.77
<vŭsěsti, -sędǫ, -sędeši>   sit, sit down; come down   --
9.66
<vŭtoryi, -roje, -raja>   second, following   --
6.259
<vynositi, -šǫ, -siši>   carry off, make off with   --
3.150
<Vyšegradŭ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
<vĭsĭ>   all, every; whole   --
2.16, 2.124, 3.151, 3.165, 3.177, 5.114, 6.182, 7.106, 8.130, 8.215, 10.122, 10.128, 10.172
<věverica>   squirrel   --
1.50
<věděti, věmĭ, věsi>   see, know   --
6.138
<věža>   cellar for storage; kitchen; tent   --
7.83
<věnĭcĭ>   crown, diadem   --
8.401
<věstĭ>   announcement, report; rumor; fame   --
9.136
<vjatiči>   (pl.) the Vjatichi, Viatichi, Vyatichi (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.46
<bŭrzŭ>   rapid, quick   --
9.43, 9.62
<byvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   be   --
10.361, 10.369
<byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši>   be, become   --
1.115, 1.125, 1.151, 1.218, 2.49, 2.56, 2.101, 2.135, 2.189, 2.190, 3.29, 3.176, 3.202, 3.215, 3.217, 3.238, 3.251, 3.316, 3.335, 3.338, 3.354, 3.358, 3.368, 4.71, 4.91, 4.94, 4.104, 4.124, 5.245, 6.71, 6.229, 6.324, 6.376, 6.396, 6.427, 6.453, 7.96, 7.103, 7.187, 8.19, 8.140, 8.360, 9.135, 9.259, 9.283, 9.301, 9.344, 9.394, 9.404, 9.407, 10.95, 10.280, 10.393
<Bělo Jezero>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
<bělŭ>   white   --
1.49
<g>   three   --
2.7, 2.191, 3.10, 6.345, 6.348, 6.402, 6.406
<gasiti, -šǫ, -siši>   extinguish, put out   --
7.105
<glava>   head; chapter   --
8.321, 8.366
<glagolati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi>   say, speak   --
3.171, 4.47, 4.237, 6.177, 8.36, 8.71, 8.186, 9.188
<glagolŭ>   word, speech   --
8.112
<gladŭ>   hunger, famine   --
6.211
<glasŭ>   voice, sound, word   --
10.179
<Glěbŭ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
<glǫbokŭ>   deep   --
4.211
<gnězdo>   couch, bed; nest   --
7.66
<golǫbnikŭ>   dovecote, pigeon loft   --
7.70, 7.79
<golǫbĭ>   dove, pigeon   --
6.346, 6.403, 7.10, 7.19, 7.48, 7.60
<gora>   mountain   --
2.170, 3.322, 3.332, 3.365
<gordjatinŭ>   of Gordjata, of Gordyata   --
3.341
<gorĭkŭ>   bitter, pungent, unpleasant   --
8.107, 8.171, 8.178, 9.182
<gorěti, -rjǫ, -riši>   burn; (refl.) produce smoke, be black with smoke   --
7.100
<gospodinŭ>   lord, master   --
9.192, 9.248, 9.348, 9.385, 10.257
<gospodĭ>   lord, master   --
9.398, 10.215, 10.234, 10.269, 10.281
<gostĭ>   guest   --
4.21, 4.232
<gotinŭ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
<grabiti, -bljǫ, -biši>   seize, snatch   --
4.79
<gradŭ>   walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city   --
2.83, 2.100, 2.222, 3.84, 3.194, 3.222, 3.333, 3.356, 4.216, 5.138, 6.110, 6.131, 6.137, 6.163, 6.176, 6.183, 6.437, 6.441, 6.456, 6.465, 7.122, 7.132, 7.145, 7.190
<gradŭkŭ>   town, city, walled enclosure   --
2.171, 2.178, 2.198
<greti, grebǫ, grebeši>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
<grivĭna>   collar, necklace   --
8.318
<grobŭ>   grave, ditch   --
5.147, 5.186
<grŭditi sę, -ždǫ, -diši>   be haughty, be arrogant   --
4.307
<Gjurgi>   Georgias, George   --
8.313
<d>   four   --
6.10
<da>   in order to, that; may, let; and, then   --
1.219, 3.42, 4.46, 4.97, 5.11, 5.20, 5.133, 5.143, 6.347, 6.380, 8.88, 8.154, 8.325, 9.403
<danĭ>   tribute   --
1.19, 1.106, 2.205, 3.41, 3.62, 3.67, 3.81, 3.96, 3.178, 6.192, 6.216, 6.232, 6.281, 6.355, 7.163, 7.175, 7.179
<dati, damĭ, dasi>   give   --
1.104
<dajati, dajǫ, daješi>   give, provide   --
6.306, 6.340
<dvorŭ>   court, courtyard; home, household   --
3.340, 3.352, 3.359, 3.366, 4.213, 4.313, 6.343, 6.400, 7.97, 7.108
<dvĭrĭ>   door, front door, entrance   --
5.111
<devjatyi>   ninth, 9th   --
8.290
<demestikovŭ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
<Derevy>   Dereva (placename)   --
3.60, 3.224
<Dirŭ>   Dir (Scandinavian name)   --
2.219
<dijavolĭ>   of the devil, belonging to the devil, diabolical   --
9.35
<Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
<do>   (w. gen.) to, up to; (with numerals) about   --
3.226, 9.7, 10.327
<dobrota>   goodness; beauty; virtue   --
9.366
<dobrŭ>   good   --
4.20, 4.90, 4.343
<dobyti, -bǫdǫ, -bǫdeši>   get, attain   --
3.45
<domŭ>   house   --
3.97, 3.115
<dosěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
<dragŭ>   dear, precious   --
8.193, 10.188
<drugŭ>   other   --
1.181, 1.184, 1.188, 2.25, 2.88, 7.13, 7.153
<družina>   retinue, band of retainers, troop   --
3.23, 3.92, 3.113, 3.119, 3.200, 5.181, 5.246, 5.266, 5.299, 6.90, 7.210, 9.65
<drŭžati, -žǫ, -žiši>   hold, have power over, rule   --
5.49
<drŭznovenĭje>   daring, audacity; trust, confidence, reliance   --
9.396
<drěvljaninŭ>   Derevlian, from Dereva   --
3.134, 3.196, 3.265, 3.294, 4.9, 4.32, 4.61, 5.8, 5.43, 5.63, 5.90, 5.125, 5.223, 5.241, 5.279, 5.301, 6.41, 6.53, 6.95, 6.103, 6.127, 6.224, 6.300, 6.393, 6.450
<drěvĭskŭ>   of Dereva, related to Dereva, Derevlian   --
4.64, 4.95, 4.110, 5.50, 6.31, 7.203
<duša>   soul   --
8.184, 8.278, 10.30, 10.62
<dŭva, dŭvě>   two   --
2.66, 8.380, 9.202, 9.207
<dŭvadesętĭnŭ i četvrŭtŭ>   twenty-fourth, 24th   --
8.287
<dymŭ>   smoke; hearth, home   --
1.52
<dĭnĭ>   day   --
3.228, 8.288
<dělati, -lajǫ, -laješi>   work, toil; till; quarry   --
6.194
<dětĭ>   children; (often pl.) infants, children   --
10.360
<dětĭskŭ>   childish   --
3.244, 6.73
<dětę>   infant; breast, teat; child   --
6.433
<dějati, dějǫ, děješi>   do, commit   --
8.70, 10.182, 10.197, 10.347
<e>   five; five thousand   --
5.305
<edinŭ>   one, only   --
9.117
<ešče>   still   --
3.104
<žalostĭnŭ>   sad   --
8.179, 10.178
<že>   and, but   --
1.185, 2.67, 2.187, 2.217, 2.234, 3.20, 3.87, 3.118, 3.133, 3.237, 3.264, 3.334, 3.337, 3.357, 4.60, 4.119, 4.173, 4.205, 4.252, 4.273, 4.300, 4.355, 5.64, 5.85, 5.139, 5.162, 5.178, 5.248, 5.260, 6.104, 6.120, 6.225, 6.246, 6.299, 6.318, 6.358, 6.394, 6.422, 6.451, 7.6, 7.61, 7.72, 7.98, 7.144, 8.7, 8.168, 8.301, 8.314, 8.342, 9.60, 9.306, 9.358, 9.409, 9.416, 10.40, 10.364
<želati, -lajǫ, -laješi>   desire, want, wish for   --
3.122
<žena>   woman, wife   --
3.271
<živŭ>   alive, living   --
4.365, 8.283
<žiti, -živǫ, -živeši>   live   --
9.415
<žitĭje>   life   --
8.243, 9.314, 10.296
<žĭzlŭ>   staff, walking stick   --
8.201
<dz>   six; six thousand   --
1.7, 1.62, 1.75, 1.88, 3.7, 6.7
<z>   seven   --
1.10
<za>   (w. acc.) after, by, because of, for; (w. instr.) behind; (w. gen.) because of   --
1.100, 1.167, 3.274, 3.361, 4.99, 4.102, 4.225, 4.284, 5.25
<zažešti, -žegǫ, -žežeši>   set on fire, ignite, burn   --
5.108
<zamorĭje>   a transmarine region, (any) region across the sea   --
1.22
<zaprěti, -prǫ, -preši>   close, shut   --
5.95
<zasypati, -pljǫ, -plješi>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.363
<zatvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   close, shut   --
6.107, 6.128
<zvati, zovǫ, zoveši>   cry out; call, summon   --
1.176, 1.182, 4.238, 9.45
<zvěrĭ>   (wild) animal   --
10.29
<zeml'ja>   earth, land   --
1.209, 2.46, 2.232, 4.65, 4.96, 5.51, 6.32, 6.198, 7.204, 8.420, 10.13
<zlobĭje>   malice   --
10.363, 10.380
<zrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look at, behold; see   --
8.42
<zŭlŭ>   evil, bad   --
9.33, 10.20, 10.100, 10.201
<zĭrěimo>   visible horizon, distance of eyesight; short distance   --
9.116
<zělo>   very   --
5.168, 9.242, 10.27
<i>   and; also, too, even   --
1.25, 1.30, 1.33, 1.41, 1.44, 1.102, 1.107, 1.113, 1.119, 1.124, 1.129, 1.142, 1.154, 1.165, 1.191, 1.203, 1.205, 1.207, 1.212, 1.220, 1.223, 2.5, 2.12, 2.18, 2.40, 2.71, 2.75, 2.79, 2.97, 2.122, 2.134, 2.145, 2.160, 2.164, 2.167, 2.172, 2.174, 2.199, 2.201, 2.218, 2.224, 2.228, 3.31, 3.43, 3.46, 3.63, 3.70, 3.103, 3.158, 3.186, 3.191, 3.199, 3.213, 3.225, 3.246, 3.278, 3.280, 3.292, 3.310, 3.324, 3.342, 4.5, 4.11, 4.17, 4.30, 4.42, 4.78, 4.154, 4.187, 4.192, 4.210, 4.224, 4.233, 4.287, 4.309, 4.328, 4.340, 4.361, 4.366, 5.52, 5.88, 5.94, 5.106, 5.122, 5.149, 5.200, 5.209, 5.225, 5.297, 5.302, 5.311, 6.26, 6.28, 6.61, 6.81, 6.84, 6.93, 6.106, 6.132, 6.144, 6.156, 6.164, 6.188, 6.193, 6.197, 6.260, 6.308, 6.359, 6.397, 6.404, 6.408, 6.431, 6.438, 6.449, 6.457, 6.460, 7.16, 7.20, 7.41, 7.49, 7.62, 7.75, 7.94, 7.101, 7.118, 7.123, 7.133, 7.147, 7.171, 7.199, 7.208, 7.213, 8.5, 8.17, 8.21, 8.34, 8.66, 8.75, 8.100, 8.106, 8.126, 8.129, 8.139, 8.144, 8.169, 8.172, 8.181, 8.192, 8.194, 8.265, 8.274, 8.302, 8.319, 8.327, 8.358, 8.375, 8.382, 8.395, 8.398, 8.409, 9.5, 9.14, 9.27, 9.47, 9.77, 9.96, 9.107, 9.111, 9.130, 9.151, 9.176, 9.183, 9.186, 9.205, 9.210, 9.247, 9.308, 9.342, 9.367, 9.384, 9.412, 10.5, 10.9, 10.11, 10.44, 10.56, 10.68, 10.93, 10.120, 10.127, 10.139, 10.160, 10.169, 10.187, 10.214, 10.230, 10.233, 10.256, 10.343, 10.379, 10.381
<i>   eight   --
1.65
<igorevŭ>   of Igor, Igor's, relating to Igor   --
4.359
<Igorĭ>   Igor, Ingvar (Scandinavian name)   --
3.24, 3.57, 3.190, 3.198, 3.216
<ide>   where; since; however   --
3.337, 3.357, 5.139, 7.98
<iže>   who, which   --
1.150, 2.196, 4.92, 5.48, 8.241
<iz>   (w. gen.) from, out of   --
1.21, 3.193, 6.136, 7.121, 8.23
<izbiti, -bijǫ, -biješi>   kill   --
7.151, 8.300
<Izborĭskŭ>   Izborsk   --
2.31
<izbrati, -berǫ, -bereši>   elect, select, choose   --
2.6
<izgnati, iždenǫ, iždeneši>   cast out, cast away; drive out, drive away   --
1.98
<izgorěti, -rjǫ, -riši>   burn up   --
5.113
<izgybati, -bajǫ -bljǫ, -baješi -blješi>   perish, be destroyed   --
2.200
<izimati, jemljǫ, jemlješi>   take, take up; acquire; capture   --
7.146
<iziti, -idǫ, -ideši>   go out   --
6.40
<izmrěti, -mrǫ, -mreši>   die   --
6.210
<izmyti, -myjǫ, -myješi>   bathe, wash   --
5.72
<iznemošti, -mogǫ, -možeši>   be unable; be weak; become wearied, be exhausted   --
6.377
<izodějati sę, -odějǫ sę, -oděješi sę>   be dressed up, be adorned   --
3.27
<imati, jemljǫ, jemlješi>   take, take up; acquire   --
1.18, 1.38, 1.47, 6.282, 7.128
<iměnĭe>   having, possession, property   --
3.124
<iměti, imamĭ, imaši>   have, hold   --
10.107, 10.332
<iměti, imějǫ, iměješi>   have, possess   --
10.31
<imę>   name   --
4.106
<iskati, -štǫ, -šteši>   seek, search for   --
1.147
<iskopati, -pajǫ, -paješi>   dig, dig out, excavate   --
4.207
<Iskorostěnĭ>   Iskorosten (name of a city)   --
3.195, 3.221
<iskočiti, -čǫ, -čiši>   leap up, leap out, start   --
8.22
<ispasti, -padǫ, -padeši>   fall out, turn out, fall down, slip out, escape   --
10.126
<ispraviti, -vl'jǫ, -viši>   accomplish   --
8.216
<isprositi, -žǫ, -siši>   seek, search (for); gain by asking   --
2.147
<ispustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
<istŭbŭka>   tent, hut; bathhouse   --
5.87, 5.98
<isěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši>   cut down; kill, slaughter   --
5.303
<iti, idǫ, ideši>   go   --
1.166, 2.165, 3.58, 3.86, 3.94, 3.137, 3.173, 4.150, 4.181, 5.130, 5.183, 5.262, 6.29, 6.435, 7.180, 7.200
<ijulii, ijulĭ>   (the month of) July   --
8.285
<k>   twenty   --
3.298
<kazatelĭ>   corrector, reprover   --
8.202
<kako>   how, how is it that   --
8.224, 8.230, 8.237, 9.257, 9.260, 9.273
<kalanŭdi>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
<kamy>   stone, rock   --
3.372
<klasŭ>   ear of corn   --
10.308
<klětĭ>   house; household; basement, cellar; shed   --
7.81
<knęžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   rule, be king, have power   --
1.222, 2.235
<kogda>   when; sometime   --
6.256, 6.262
<kozarinŭ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
<kola, kolese>   wheel   --
8.349
<konĭ>   horse   --
4.178, 4.257, 6.66, 6.70, 9.68, 9.93
<konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
<kopĭje>   spear, lance; sword   --
6.50, 6.62
<korablĭcĭ>   caravel, (a type of) boat   --
9.122, 10.43
<kriviči>   (pl.) the Krivitchians (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.35, 1.206, 2.112
<kromě>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
<krŭvopijica>   blood-drinking, bloodthirsty   --
10.24
<krŭmilĭcĭ>   tutor, teacher, pedagogue   --
3.247
<krěpŭkŭ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
<krěsiti, -šǫ, -siši>   rouse, wake, raise   --
4.132
<>   (w. dat.) to, toward   --
1.169, 1.171, 2.148, 3.65, 3.169, 3.301, 4.15, 4.235, 4.314, 5.7, 5.75, 5.124, 5.131, 5.185, 5.242, 6.175, 6.410, 7.21, 7.31, 7.185, 8.122, 9.139, 9.154, 10.70, 10.156, 10.249, 10.253
<kŭde>   where, when   --
5.244
<kŭždo>   every, everyone   --
7.11, 7.18, 7.32, 8.182
<kŭi, koe, koja>   which?, what?; some, any   --
10.225, 10.245
<kŭnęgyni>   princess   --
4.34, 4.281
<kŭnęžĭ>   of a prince, relating to a prince, princely   --
3.353
<kŭnęzĭ>   prince   --
1.149, 3.37, 3.140, 3.267, 3.275, 4.89, 4.100, 4.109, 4.277, 4.286, 5.27, 6.86, 6.92, 6.143, 8.189, 10.250
<kŭto>   who   --
3.172, 4.48, 6.146, 6.178, 6.301, 8.40, 8.212, 8.252, 8.258, 9.359
<Kyevŭ>   Kiev, Kyiv (name of a city)   --
3.240, 5.310, 6.258, 7.181
<Kyi>   Kyi, Kii (legendary founder of Kiev)   --
2.193
<kyjaninŭ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
4.274
<Kyjevŭ>   Kiev, Kyiv   --
3.336
<kyjevĭskŭ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
3.323, 5.33
<letěti, -štǫ, -tiši>   fly; run   --
6.63
<lešti, lęgǫ, lęžeši>   lie down, recline   --
4.155
<li>   or; whether   --
4.344, 7.85, 8.259, 10.244
<lice>   face, form   --
8.128, 9.326, 10.162
<lodĭja>   boat   --
3.300, 3.315, 4.152, 4.157, 4.186, 4.191, 4.196, 4.264, 4.291, 4.330, 10.103
<loza>   twig, branch; grape-vine   --
10.325
<lučĭi, luče, lučĭši>   better   --
3.295, 5.46
<lĭgŭko>   easily   --
5.182
<lĭzě>   permitted, allowable; (w. 'to be') be possible   --
7.104
<lěto>   year, summer   --
1.6, 1.61, 1.74, 1.87, 2.68, 3.6, 3.21, 6.6, 6.159
<ljubiti, -bljǫ, -biši>   love   --
8.76
<ljubŭ>   dear; pleasing; choice, chosen   --
4.122
<ljudĭje>   (pl.) men, people; population, (a) people   --
2.50, 3.329, 4.139, 5.32, 5.202, 6.459, 6.463, 7.120, 7.149
<ljutŭ>   terrible, wild   --
10.26
<Malŭ>   Mal (name of a prince)   --
3.142, 3.277, 4.103, 4.108
<malŭ>   small, young   --
3.117, 3.205, 5.180, 6.284, 6.329, 6.366, 6.385, 7.28, 8.84, 9.64, 9.99
<medŭ, medu>   honey   --
5.135, 5.166, 6.307, 6.325
<merja>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
<mečĭ>   sword   --
8.385, 10.106
<milostĭ>   grace, loving kindness   --
9.262
<milŭ>   wretched, pitiable; excusable   --
8.67, 8.74, 8.191, 9.381, 10.186, 10.344
<mimo>   past, by   --
2.166
<mirŭ>   world; peace   --
8.141, 8.228
<mistišinŭ>   of Mistisha, relating to Mistisha, Mistisha's   --
3.255
<mladenĭstvovati, -vujǫ, -vuješi>   be a child   --
10.365, 10.384
<mlěko>   milk   --
10.313
<movĭ>   a washing, bath   --
5.68
<mogyla>   grave, tomb, burial mound   --
3.218, 5.205
<moi, moe, moja>   my, mine   --
5.142, 5.268, 6.361, 6.432, 8.73, 8.92, 8.143, 9.193, 9.349, 9.370, 9.382, 9.401, 10.185, 10.229, 10.235, 10.254, 10.267, 10.270
<moliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.65, 8.110, 9.399, 10.340
<mor'e>   sea   --
1.101, 1.168
<mošti, mogǫ, možeši>   be able, can   --
6.161, 8.162, 8.316, 8.330
<muroma>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
<Muromŭ>   Murom (name of a city)   --
2.120
<mŭnogŭ>   much, many   --
2.225, 5.136, 5.167, 6.25, 8.173, 8.304, 9.371
<myti, myjǫ, myješi>   bathe, wash   --
5.93
<mĭněti, mĭnjǫ, mĭniši>   believe, think, assume   --
9.324
<mĭštati, -tajǫ, -taješi>   defend against, revenge, avenge   --
6.235, 6.251, 6.278
<měsęcĭ>   moon, month   --
8.284
<mǫžĭ>   man, husband   --
2.81, 2.139, 3.71, 3.296, 4.68, 4.73, 4.129, 5.18, 5.47, 5.141, 5.152, 5.198, 5.267, 6.236, 6.254, 6.265, 6.360, 7.156
<n>   fifty   --
3.9, 6.9
<na>   (w. acc.) onto, against, for, to the extent; (w. loc.) on, at   --
1.23, 1.26, 1.28, 1.31, 1.34, 1.39, 1.42, 1.45, 1.122, 1.133, 2.27, 2.169, 3.325, 3.331, 4.177, 4.212, 4.241, 4.256, 4.259, 4.312, 5.284, 5.314, 6.30, 6.47, 6.52, 6.145, 7.173, 8.102, 8.348, 8.361, 9.15, 9.29, 9.67, 9.79, 9.88, 9.119
<nagŭ>   naked   --
3.35, 8.199
<nadŭ>   (w. acc. or instr.) over, above   --
3.364, 5.146
<nakazati, -zajǫ, -zaješi>   chastise; instruct; admonish, warn   --
8.204
<nalomiti, -mljǫ, -miši>   break, fracture   --
9.97
<naročitŭ>   established, well established, noteworthy, notable, noble   --
5.19
<narędŭ>   order   --
1.215
<naselĭnikŭ>   inhabitant, resident; native; immigrant   --
2.106
<nasiliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   do violence to, force, oppress (w. dat.)   --
3.68
<nautrĭje>   morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.137
<načęti, -čĭnǫ, -čĭneši>   begin   --
2.229, 5.91, 8.35, 8.64, 8.109, 8.363, 9.18, 10.98
<našĭ>   our, of us   --
1.210, 4.88, 4.101, 4.278, 4.282, 5.247, 8.190
<ne>   not   --
1.103, 1.114, 1.218, 2.140, 3.154, 3.161, 3.187, 3.327, 4.131, 4.175, 4.254, 5.29, 6.160, 6.212, 6.276, 6.324, 6.352, 7.95, 7.99, 7.102, 8.161, 8.203, 8.225, 8.231, 8.238, 8.253, 8.260, 8.315, 8.329, 9.6, 9.48, 9.157, 9.274, 9.306, 9.416, 10.181, 10.196, 10.210, 10.216, 10.292, 10.297, 10.306, 10.309, 10.323, 10.326, 10.359, 10.393
<nebo>   heaven, sky   --
8.103
<nevolja>   need, necessity   --
4.276
<neistoviti sę, -vljǫ sę, -viši sę>   be mad, be furious   --
9.17
<nemilostivŭ>   unmerciful   --
10.23
<nesti, -sǫ, -seši>   bring   --
4.323
<neuvędajemŭ>   unfading   --
8.400
<ni>   and not, nor, no; (repeated) neither... nor   --
4.179, 4.258, 6.326, 8.163
<n'iva>   field, ground   --
6.195
<nikiforovŭ>   of Nicephorus   --
3.343
<nikŭtože>   no one, nobody   --
10.199
<nitŭka>   thread   --
7.29
<Novŭ Gradŭ>   Novgorod (literally 'Newtown')   --
2.23, 2.108, 2.237
<novŭgorodĭkŭ>   Novgorodian, of Novgorod   --
2.47, 2.51
<noga>   foot   --
6.69, 9.98
<nositi, -šǫ, -siši>   carry; have   --
10.315
<noxodĭnikŭ>   invader   --
2.102
<nurmane>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
<>   but   --
2.143, 3.330, 4.133, 4.182, 6.233, 6.279, 6.328, 8.175, 9.13, 9.277, 10.312, 10.395
<nyn'ja, nyně>   now   --
3.339, 4.149, 6.321, 9.357
<o>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
<o>   seventy   --
1.90
<o (ob)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
<oba, obě, obě>   both   --
6.45
<obvrŭtyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   wrap, tuck; wind, twist   --
7.25
<obida>   injustice, outrage, injury   --
6.253, 10.226, 10.246
<obilĭnŭ>   copious, abundant, large   --
1.213
<obladati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
<oblijati, -lějǫ, -lěješi>   pour over   --
8.132
<obradovati, -dujǫ, -duješi>   show grace; rejoice, be merry   --
6.461
<obrŭtěti, -štǫ, -tiši>   wrap up, envelop, involve; return   --
8.344
<ovŭ, ovo, ova>   this, this one; (repeated) the one... the other   --
2.84, 2.86, 7.68, 7.80, 7.82, 7.84, 7.150
<ovĭca>   sheep   --
3.148
<obŭnažiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
<odežda>   garment, clothing, clothes   --
8.198
<odrina>   loft; stable   --
7.86
<okanĭnŭ>   wretched   --
9.11
<oko>   eye   --
8.125, 10.159
<okrǫgŭ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) around, near   --
8.38
<Olĭga>   Olga, Helga (Scandinavian name)   --
3.236, 3.273, 3.302, 4.7, 4.14, 4.45, 4.121, 4.204, 4.226, 4.240, 4.315, 4.339, 5.6, 5.67, 5.177, 5.227, 5.243, 5.307, 6.18, 6.119, 6.158, 6.248, 6.411, 6.421, 7.5, 7.43, 7.125, 7.186, 7.201
<olĭzinŭ>   of Olga, related to Olga   --
7.191
<omačati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   moisten, wet   --
10.14
<omračati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   grow dark, darken   --
10.67
<omrŭtvěti, -vějǫ, -věješi>   die   --
10.131
<onŭ, ono, ona>   that, that one   --
2.186, 4.251, 4.299, 4.354, 5.84, 5.161, 5.259, 6.317, 8.262, 9.59, 10.64, 10.101
<opętĭ>   back   --
3.136, 3.174, 6.290
<orǫžĭe>   weapon, sword   --
3.30
<osada>   siege   --
6.379
<ostaviti, -vl'jǫ, -viši>   let, leave, neglect, forget   --
9.9
<ostati, ostanǫ, ostaneši>   stay behind, remain   --
2.220
<otiti, -idǫ, -ideši>   go out, depart   --
5.295
<otoropŭ>   hurry, haste   --
8.26
<otrokŭ>   boy, servant   --
3.25, 5.228, 5.281, 8.303
<otŭ>   (w. gen.) of, from; by   --
1.51, 2.41, 2.52, 5.110, 6.342, 6.399, 8.159, 8.166, 9.113, 9.137, 9.167, 9.201, 9.275, 9.278, 9.310, 9.364, 9.368, 10.18, 10.83, 10.124, 10.129, 10.295
<otŭvrěšti, -vrĭgǫ, -vrĭgeši>   throw away, renounce   --
8.322
<otŭdajati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   donate, give, give as a give; give in exchange, give in return   --
8.87
<otŭpustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
4.193
<otŭsěknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   cut off   --
8.320
<otŭčajati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   give up hope, despair   --
9.243
<otŭčužditi, -dǫ, -diši>   separate, remove   --
9.363
<otĭnĭ>   (poss. adj.) of the father, father's   --
9.142
<otĭcĭ>   father   --
3.254, 9.44, 9.160, 9.239, 9.369
<paguba>   capture; destruction, ruin; disease; corruption   --
9.281
<pače>   more, even more   --
9.241
<pečalĭ>   sadness, affliction   --
8.170, 9.184
<piti, pijǫ, piješi>   drink   --
5.224, 5.283
<plakati, plačǫ, -češi>   weep, mourn   --
5.144, 5.195, 8.180, 9.204, 9.237, 9.240, 10.10
<platiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   loose, free, set free, pay   --
2.204, 7.162
<platŭkŭ>   cloth, garment   --
7.27
<plačĭ>   weeping, tears   --
9.181, 9.203
<plemę>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
<plodŭ>   fruit   --
10.331
<pluti, plovǫ, ploveši>   flow; navigate, sail   --
10.97
<plŭkŭ>   crowd; people, population; cohort, troop   --
6.46
<po>   (w. dat.) on, about (motion on surface); (w. acc.) on, after, on account of; (w. loc.) after, following, for   --
1.48, 1.156, 2.14, 2.65, 2.98, 2.162, 3.172, 4.163, 4.231, 5.54, 5.197, 5.220, 5.250, 5.263, 6.91, 6.191, 6.215, 6.231, 6.283, 6.344, 6.401, 6.405, 7.9, 7.14, 7.202, 9.37, 9.238, 9.244
<povelěti, -ljǫ, -liši>   give a command, command   --
4.206, 4.362, 5.66, 5.107, 5.201, 5.210, 5.226, 5.280, 5.298, 7.17, 7.42, 7.124, 8.52
<povesti, -zǫ, -zeši>   tow, drag   --
8.350
<povĭrzyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   tie, bind; fasten, attach   --
7.30
<pověděti, -věmĭ, -věsi>   announce, report, recount   --
4.6, 6.458
<poběgnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   flee, take flight   --
6.105, 7.119
<poběditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
<pogreti, -grebǫ, -grebeši>   bury   --
3.214, 8.421
<pogubiti, -bljǫ, -biši>   destroy   --
3.167
<podolĭje>   valley, vale; base, foundation   --
3.326
<podŭ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
<požešti, -gǫ, -žeši>   set on fire, kindle, ignite   --
7.134
<požiti, -živǫ, -živeši>   live   --
9.315
<požęti, -žĭnjǫ, -žĭnješi>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
<poznati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   know   --
8.331
<poimati, -jeml'jǫ, -jeml'ješi>   take, take away   --
3.175
<poiti, -idǫ, -ideši>   go, set out; go back, return   --
1.221, 2.161, 3.36, 3.82, 4.98, 6.289, 9.69, 9.112, 10.41
<poklonŭ>   bow; worship; salutation, greeting   --
6.413
<pokoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
<poletěti, -štǫ, -tiši>   fly   --
7.64
<položiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   lay down, set down   --
8.410, 9.32
<Polotĭskŭ>   Polotsk (name of a city)   --
2.85, 2.111
<polŭ, polu>   side, bank, shore; sex; half   --
9.89
<polĭskŭ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
<poljaninŭ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
<pomilovati, -lujǫ, -luješi>   pity, have mercy on   --
10.265, 10.268
<pomoliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.90
<ponesti, -sǫ, -seši>   carry, transport   --
4.183, 4.261, 4.288
<poně>   or, whether, or then; save, at least, anyhow   --
8.89
<porězati, -zajǫ, -zaješi>   cut off (from life)   --
10.324
<poslušati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   hear, listen   --
3.55, 3.188
<poslědĭ>   then, afterward   --
8.328
<posŭlati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi>   send, summon   --
3.168, 3.293, 4.62, 4.162, 4.230, 5.5, 5.53, 5.123, 5.249, 6.174, 6.409, 8.379, 9.36, 10.17
<posypati, -pljǫ, -plješi>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.367
<potŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
<potęgnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   work, be useful, strive, be strong, be able   --
6.89
<poxoditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   go, go around   --
3.102
<počuditi sę, -ždǫ sę, -diši sę>   marvel at, wonder   --
8.254
<počĭstiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   cultivate, care for, honor   --
4.136
<počęti, -čĭnǫ, -čĭneši>   begin, commence   --
1.108, 1.131, 6.88
<pojęti, -imǫ, -imeši>   take, seize   --
2.13, 3.270, 5.179
<pravŭ>   just, right, proper   --
1.157, 5.15
<pravĭda>   justice   --
1.118
<privęzyvati, -zujǫ, -zuješi>   fasten, bind   --
7.23
<primysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   devise, contrive, invent; add to, increase   --
3.64
<prinesti, -sǫ, -seši>   bring, carry   --
4.310, 8.413
<priniknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stoop to look, peer, look   --
4.338
<prispěti, -spějǫ, -spěješi>   come; approach, near; hasten   --
10.15
<pristati, -stanǫ, -staneši>   stand near; be near, be present; come, arrive   --
3.311
<pristroiti, -strojǫ, -stroiši>   prepare, make ready, arrange   --
5.134, 5.312
<pristǫpiti, -pl'jǫ, -piši>   come up to, step up   --
8.50, 8.135
<prisŭlati, -ljǫ, -lješi>   send   --
5.17, 9.152
<priti, -idǫ, -ideši>   come, arrive   --
2.19, 4.10, 4.22, 4.33, 4.50, 4.234, 5.24, 5.65, 5.74, 5.184, 6.257, 6.439, 9.41, 9.78, 9.109, 9.134
<prijęti, priimǫ, priimeši>   take, seize   --
2.76, 10.85
<probosti, -dǫ, -deši>   wound, injure   --
8.383, 9.258
<prozvati, -zovǫ, -zoveši>   call, summon   --
2.44
<prokŭ>   remaining, left over; (subst.) the remnants, the rest   --
5.315, 7.159
<pronĭznǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   pierce, pierce through, transfix   --
8.9
<prositi, -šǫ, -siši>   ask, demand   --
5.14, 6.332, 6.363, 6.384
<prostirati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   extend   --
9.19
<protivŭ, protivǫ>   (adv.) opposite; (prep. w. dat.) according to; to meet   --
6.42
<pročeje>   therefore, but, finally; afterward   --
9.263
<pročĭi, -čĭje, -čĭja>   the rest, next, remaining   --
7.148
<prŭvŭ>   first   --
2.105, 3.66
<prěgŭbŭ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
<prědati, -damĭ, -dasi>   hand over, commend   --
6.148, 6.185, 7.155, 8.277, 9.265
<prědŭ>   (w. acc. or instr.) before, in front of   --
4.138, 5.231
<Prědŭslava>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
<prěžde>   before   --
2.55, 8.289
<prěžešti, -žegǫ, -žežeši>   burn   --
5.86
<prělĭstĭnŭ>   deceitful, illusive, fraudful, flattering   --
9.420
<pustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
3.112, 5.30, 7.47
<puštiji>   more pitiable, more wretched   --
4.357
<pŭrty>   (pl.) dress, clothes, garments   --
3.32
<pěšĭ>   on foot, foot-borne, standing   --
4.180
<rabota>   ministry; servitude   --
7.154
<ravĭnŭ>   level, even   --
10.96
<rabŭ>   servant   --
10.284
<radi>   (w. gen.) for, for the sake of, because of   --
4.49
<radŭ>   glad, happy   --
6.227, 6.305, 6.395, 6.452
<razdajati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   distribute, give out   --
2.80, 7.7
<razlivati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   pour out   --
10.174
<razmysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   think, consider   --
3.90
<razumŭ>   understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought   --
9.372, 10.168
<razuměti, -ějǫ, -ěješi>   come to know, find out, know; understand   --
10.143
<raspasti, -sǫ, -seši>   pasture, feed   --
4.93
<rešti, rekǫ, rečeši>   say, tell   --
1.143, 1.200, 2.175, 2.188, 3.22, 3.91, 3.263, 4.18, 4.31, 4.43, 4.59, 4.66, 4.118, 4.174, 4.253, 4.272, 4.341, 4.356, 5.9, 5.70, 5.126, 5.240, 5.261, 6.82, 6.226, 6.245, 6.298, 6.319, 6.423, 8.133, 8.165, 9.40, 9.156, 10.356
<rovŭ>   ditch, hole   --
9.95
<rodŭ>   race, kind, sort; generation; birth   --
1.121, 1.123, 2.10, 2.53, 2.151, 2.206
<Rostovŭ>   Rostov (name of a city)   --
2.87, 2.114
<rusĭ>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
<rusĭskŭ>   Rus (Rus'), of the Rus, relating to the Rus, Rusian, Russian   --
2.45, 3.269
<rěčĭ>   speech   --
4.125
<Rjurikŭ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
<rǫka>   hand   --
8.281, 10.109, 10.125
<samŭ>   self, oneself   --
1.109, 1.132, 1.144, 5.294, 6.141
<sverěpŭ>   wild   --
10.28
<svijinŭ>   Swedish, of Sweden (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.183
<svoi, svoe, svoja>   own, one's own   --
2.11, 2.82, 2.152, 3.85, 3.93, 3.114, 3.141, 3.276, 4.130, 4.140, 4.153, 5.153, 5.199, 5.203, 5.229, 5.282, 6.21, 6.111, 6.125, 6.196, 6.199, 6.237, 6.255, 6.266, 7.52, 7.67, 7.127, 7.157, 7.207, 8.185, 8.279, 8.367, 9.279
<Svěnĭldŭ>   Sveinald (Scandinavian name)   --
3.252, 6.83
<svěnĭlžĭ>   of Sveinald, relating to Sveinald, Sveinald's   --
3.26
<světŭ>   light   --
9.418
<Svętoplŭkŭ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
<Svętoslavŭ>   Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince)   --
3.245, 3.279, 6.22, 6.51
<svętŭ>   holy, blessed   --
3.362, 8.365, 8.417, 10.39, 10.60
<se>   lo, behold   --
1.180, 3.266, 5.128, 6.425, 9.337
<sebe>   -self, oneself   --
1.111, 1.134, 1.146, 1.148, 1.176, 1.182, 2.6, 2.15, 2.44, 2.147, 3.28, 3.101, 3.121, 3.144, 4.16, 4.159, 4.308, 5.45, 5.73, 5.92, 5.145, 5.196, 5.278, 5.309, 6.44, 6.108, 6.122, 6.129, 6.134, 6.147, 6.186, 6.190, 6.214, 6.228, 6.286, 6.429, 6.462, 7.46, 7.78, 7.110, 8.65, 8.68, 8.90, 8.110, 8.180, 8.233, 8.254, 8.261, 8.397, 9.19, 9.31, 9.90, 9.204, 9.237, 9.243, 9.265, 10.10, 10.110, 10.163, 10.174, 10.342, 10.346, 10.355
<selikŭ>   of this size, such   --
9.338
<Sineusŭ>   Sineus, Signjutr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.26, 2.69
<sice>   thus, so   --
1.173, 4.67, 5.71, 5.127, 10.6
<sicĭ, sice, sica>   such, like this   --
6.166, 8.111, 9.187
<skakati, -čǫ, -češi>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
<skvozě, skozě>   (w. acc.) through   --
6.64
<skora>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
<slava>   fame, glory   --
8.227
<slovo>   word   --
8.157, 8.164
<slověninŭ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
<sluga>   servant   --
10.22
<služiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   minister (to), serve   --
5.230
<služĭba>   service, forced service, slavery; liturgy; ministry   --
8.137
<slŭza>   tear, teardrop   --
8.105, 8.131, 8.160, 8.174, 10.12, 10.161, 10.173
<slyšati, -šǫ, -šiši>   hear   --
3.132, 5.42, 5.164, 8.62, 8.156, 8.266
<slěpŭ>   blind   --
8.197
<Smolĭnĭskŭ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
<Smjadina>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
<srĭdĭce>   heart   --
8.387, 10.166
<staviti, -vljǫ, -viši>   set, establish   --
7.161
<stado>   herd   --
3.152
<starostĭ>   old age   --
8.200
<starŭ>   old   --
2.20
<starějišinŭ>   leader; prince   --
7.143
<stati, stanǫ, staneši>   stand   --
9.118
<stenati, -njǫ, -nješi>   groan, moan   --
9.206, 10.8
<stojati, stojǫ, stoiši>   stand, stay in place   --
6.157, 8.37, 8.41
<strastĭ>   suffering, woe; passion, martyrdom   --
9.410
<straxŭ>   shaking; terror   --
8.167, 10.130
<strŭdĭčinŭ>   of the heart, related to the heart, heart's   --
9.185
<strěxa>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
<sunǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   pour out   --
6.49
<>   (w. gen.) (down) from; (w. instr.) with   --
2.9, 2.150, 3.38, 3.95, 3.116, 3.139, 3.241, 3.243, 4.329, 5.265, 6.19, 6.123, 6.287, 6.412, 7.205, 7.209, 8.104, 8.176, 8.234, 8.312, 9.303, 9.345, 9.413
<sŭvesti, -zǫ, -zeši>   bring together, collect, gather   --
5.165
<sŭvrĭšiti, -šǫ, -šiši>   prepare, perfect, complete   --
10.368
<sŭvŭkupiti, -pljǫ, -piši>   lead together, collect, gather   --
2.227
<sŭvětĭnikŭ>   counsellor   --
9.34
<sŭbĭrati, -berǫ, -bereši>   collect, gather   --
5.44, 6.23, 6.398
<sŭdraviti, -vljǫ, -viši>   be healthy, be strong   --
9.49
<sŭdumati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   deliberate, consider, take counsel   --
3.138
<sŭdělati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   found, establish; work, build   --
2.197
<sŭzrěti, -zrějǫ, -zrěješi>   mature; produce   --
10.298, 10.311
<sŭkonĭčati, -čajǫ, -čješi>   complete, end, fulfill   --
8.51, 8.136, 8.397
<sŭkrušiti, -šǫ, -šiši>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
<sŭkupŭ>   a joining; a convening, a coming together   --
6.48
<sŭmiriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
<sŭmrŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   grow dark, darken   --
7.45
<sŭmrĭtĭ>   death   --
4.360, 9.143, 9.264
<sŭměr'enĭje>   humility; retinue   --
8.257, 8.263
<sŭměriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase   --
8.261, 10.167
<sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
<sŭpasti, -dǫ, -deši>   fall; fall together   --
8.127
<sŭpodobiti, -bljǫ, -biši>   deem worthy   --
9.406
<sŭrěsti, -ręštǫ, -ręšteši>   meet   --
10.45
<sŭstignǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
<sŭsuti, sŭsŭpǫ, sŭsŭpeši>   collect, heap up   --
5.204, 5.208
<sŭtvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   do, make   --
3.281, 5.69, 5.150, 5.212, 6.263, 9.360, 10.202, 10.227
<sŭtǫga>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
<synŭ>   son   --
3.242, 6.20, 6.124, 7.206
<syrorězanĭje>   (meaning unclear) child-killing?   --
10.396
<sĭ, se, si>   this, this one   --
1.192, 2.177, 2.198, 2.223, 3.19, 3.159, 3.227, 5.41, 5.221, 6.362, 6.381, 6.441, 8.61, 8.214, 8.229, 8.244, 8.376, 9.8, 9.28, 9.132, 9.177, 9.313, 9.419, 10.80, 10.140, 10.392
<sěverŭ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
<sěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   sit, remain   --
2.203, 3.328, 4.227, 4.301, 5.222
<sěmo>   to here, here   --
4.51
<sěsti, sědǫ, -deši>   sit down   --
2.22
<sětovanĭje>   sorrow   --
9.208
<sětovati, -tujǫ, -tuješi>   mourn   --
9.209
<sěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
<sǫditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   judge, adjudicate   --
1.155
<t>   three hundred   --
1.8, 1.63, 1.76, 1.89
<tako>   thus, in this way   --
1.190, 3.157, 7.76, 8.396
<tače>   then   --
8.120
<tvoi, tvoe, tvoja>   thy, thine, your, of you (sg.)   --
4.69, 4.74, 9.327, 9.365
<tešti, tekǫ, tečeši>   run, rush, flow; follow, pursue   --
3.320
<ti>   and; but; (added to adverbs) indeed   --
9.336
<to>   but, then, therefore   --
3.149, 3.164, 5.16
<togda>   then   --
3.318
<tože>   also, and   --
3.253
<tretĭi, -tĭje, -tĭja>   third   --
2.30, 6.261, 7.183
<trizna, tryzna>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
<Truvorŭ>   Truvor, Thorvardhr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.32, 2.74
<trěmŭ>   tower, castle; home, residence   --
3.371, 4.229
<trěmĭnŭ>   of a tower, relating to a tower, relating to a castle   --
3.367, 4.214
<tu>   there; then   --
3.370, 5.112, 8.6, 9.408
<tŭ, to, ta>   that, that one   --
1.175, 2.42, 2.48, 2.99, 2.123, 2.146, 5.163, 8.326
<ty>   you, thou   --
3.44, 4.135, 4.164, 4.172, 4.189, 4.239, 4.345, 5.132, 5.251, 6.208, 6.288, 6.323, 6.331, 6.365, 6.374, 6.383, 8.145, 9.46, 9.50, 9.161, 9.165, 9.245, 9.304, 9.311, 9.346, 9.414, 10.200, 10.231, 10.278, 10.341, 10.345
<tělo>   body   --
8.332, 8.411, 10.176
<tęžĭkŭ>   grave; burdensome; savage; intolerable   --
6.354, 7.176
<tǫga>   distress, difficulty   --
9.339
<tǫžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
<u>   (w. gen.) near, at, by   --
2.136, 3.220, 6.303, 6.322, 6.330, 6.364, 6.382, 8.415, 9.397
<u>   four hundred   --
3.8, 6.8
<ubijistvo>   killing, murder   --
9.10, 10.394
<ubiti, -bijǫ, -biješi>   kill   --
3.155, 3.162, 3.197, 3.268, 4.70, 4.279, 5.140, 6.142, 9.166, 10.147
<ubojati sę, -bojǫ sę, -boiši sę>   fear, become afraid   --
10.355
<uvy>   (w. dat.) alas, woe   --
8.187, 9.190, 9.219, 9.228, 9.291
<uvěděti, -věmĭ, -věsi>   see; know, understand   --
8.377
<udariti, -rjǫ, -riši>   strike, beat   --
6.67
<uzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look at, behold; see   --
2.168
<uzĭrěti, -r'jǫ, -riši>   see, perceive   --
9.325, 10.58, 10.65
<umil'enŭ>   dejected, abject   --
8.124, 9.362, 10.158
<umrěti, -rǫ, -reši>   die   --
2.70, 9.162, 9.305, 9.347
<umŭ>   mind, reason, intellect   --
9.30, 10.362, 10.367
<umyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   wash   --
10.164
<umysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   devise, contrive, invent   --
6.165
<uniti, -njǫ, -niši>   want; desire; beg; prefer   --
9.343
<unynĭje>   mourning, sadness; carelessness, negligence, neglect   --
9.402
<unĭi, un'e, un'ĭši>   better   --
9.300
<upiti sę, -pĭjǫ, -pĭješi>   become inebriated, get drunk   --
5.277
<upolučiti sę, -čǫ sę, -čiši sę>   be in the way, come upon, meet   --
9.395
<uprositi, -šǫ, -siši>   ask, interrogate, question   --
2.173
<uraniti, -njǫ, -niši>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
<urokŭ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
<usiriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   deprive of parents, orphan; deprive (in general)   --
9.309
<uslyšati, -šǫ, -šiši>   hear, find out   --
9.178
<usta>   (n. pl.) mouth, lips   --
10.357
<ustavljati, -jajǫ, -jaješi>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
<ustavŭ>   end; boundary; rule; definition   --
7.212
<ustrĭmiti sę, -mljǫ, -miši>   hasten, rush; be eager   --
6.121
<ustĭ>   door, gate, entrance, mouth   --
10.47
<usŭnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   fall asleep   --
8.276
<utrŭpati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
<uxo, ušese>   ear   --
6.65
<ujediniti, -njǫ, -niši>   leave behind alone; unite   --
9.307
<xoditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   walk, go   --
9.158
<Xorivŭ>   Khoriv, Xoriv (brother of Kyi)   --
2.195
<xotěti, xoštǫ, xošteši>   want, wish   --
3.284, 4.134, 4.283, 6.179, 6.209, 6.234, 6.277, 6.280, 6.302, 6.353, 10.145
<xrabrŭ>   (m.) fighter, soldier; (adj.) strong   --
6.27
<crĭky>   church, temple   --
8.416
<cělovanĭje>   salutation, greeting, embrace   --
10.81
<cěrĭ>   sulfur   --
7.24
<Cěsarĭ Gradŭ>   Byzantium, Constantinople (literally 'the Emperor's City')   --
2.149
<čajati, čajǫ, čaješi>   hope; expect   --
10.82
<čislo>   number   --
3.297
<čištĭnŭ>   venerable; valuable   --
8.235
<čĭi, čĭje, čĭja>   whose, of whom   --
2.176
<čĭstĭ>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
<čjudĭ>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
<čęstŭ>   dense   --
10.170
<čęstĭ>   part   --
7.178
<šatĭrŭ>   tabernacle, tent   --
8.24, 8.346
<Ščekŭ>   Shchek, Shek (brother of Kyi)   --
2.194
<juže, uže>   already   --
4.127, 5.129, 6.87, 6.252, 6.275, 6.426, 8.213, 10.310
<junostĭ>   youth, young age   --
10.266
<jutro, utro>   dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.161, 4.225
<jako>   as, when; in order to; that; because; (introduces quotation)   --
1.179, 3.135, 4.8, 5.207, 5.276, 6.140, 6.249, 6.357, 7.44, 7.130, 8.18, 8.359, 9.108, 9.115, 10.57, 10.94, 10.144
<jakože>   as, like, than, so as to   --
3.283
<jama>   pit, hole   --
4.208, 4.327
<Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
<Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
<jaxati (jad-), -xajǫ, -xaješi>   be carried, ride, go   --
4.176, 4.255
<jeda>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
<jelikŭ>   how much, how many; as much, as many   --
8.155
<ješče>   yet, still   --
10.383
<jęti, imǫ, imeši>   take, seize; (refl.) take to, set out, start on   --
6.189, 6.213, 6.230
<ǫsobica>   discord, strife, sedition   --
1.128
<ks>   sixty   --
1.9, 1.64, 1.77
<θ>   nine   --
1.78