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English Meaning Index

Jonathan Slocum and Todd B. Krause

This English Index lists, in alphabetical order, seemingly significant words used in the "general meaning" glosses of Base Forms underlying one or more surface (word) forms in lesson texts. For each English word, base forms having that word in their general meanings are 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 sharing a general English meaning word. In order to reduce clutter in this index, certain high-frequency English "function" words are ignored unless there are no "content" words in the meaning.

This index was created by software, not by human hand, using lesson materials authored with very few constraints on the expression of "meaning" other than it being in English. Selecting significant words from free-form text via software is a notoriously difficult task. For example, while most meanings in these lessons are expressed as "glosses," some or parts may be comments directed toward the human reader, who is expected to discern the difference. Computer software cannot yet make such subtle linguistic distinctions, so all words in a meaning are treated alike. With few exceptions, then, all words are indexed. The results are neither produced nor presented with any claims to superior linguistic sensitivity, but at least the full meaning texts are shown for your inspection and judgment. Modest effort was invested in tuning the software to ignore [apparently] superfluous, high-frequency words (e.g., the preposition "of") that, in the presence of [apparently] more important words, contribute little or no useful information to an index; unfortunately this may result in some words, in some contexts, being unfairly omitted.

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24TH :   <dŭvadesętĭnŭ i četvrŭtŭ>   twenty-fourth, 24th   --
8.287
9TH :   <devjatyi>   ninth, 9th   --
8.290
ABASE :   <sŭměriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase   --
8.261, 10.167
ABJECT :   <umil'enŭ>   dejected, abject   --
8.124, 9.362, 10.158
ABLE :   <mošti, mogǫ, možeši>   be able, can   --
6.161, 8.162, 8.316, 8.330
ABLE :   <potęgnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   work, be useful, strive, be strong, be able   --
6.89
ABOUT :   <do>   (w. gen.) to, up to; (with numerals) about   --
3.226, 9.7, 10.327
ABOUT :   <dosěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
ABOUT :   <o (ob)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
ABOUT :   <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
ABOVE :   <nadŭ>   (w. acc. or instr.) over, above   --
3.364, 5.146
ABUNDANT :   <obilĭnŭ>   copious, abundant, large   --
1.213
ACCOMPLISH :   <ispraviti, -vl'jǫ, -viši>   accomplish   --
8.216
ACCORDING :   <protivŭ, protivǫ>   (adv.) opposite; (prep. w. dat.) according to; to meet   --
6.42
ACCOUNT :   <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
ACHIEVE :   <dosěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
ACQUIRE :   <imati, jemljǫ, jemlješi>   take, take up; acquire   --
1.18, 1.38, 1.47, 6.282, 7.128
ACQUIRE :   <izimati, jemljǫ, jemlješi>   take, take up; acquire; capture   --
7.146
ACROSS :   <zamorĭje>   a transmarine region, (any) region across the sea   --
1.22
ADD :   <primysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   devise, contrive, invent; add to, increase   --
3.64
ADDED :   <ti>   and; but; (added to adverbs) indeed   --
9.336
ADJ. :   <krěpŭkŭ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
ADJ. :   <otĭnĭ>   (poss. adj.) of the father, father's   --
9.142
ADJ. :   <xrabrŭ>   (m.) fighter, soldier; (adj.) strong   --
6.27
ADJUDICATE :   <sǫditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   judge, adjudicate   --
1.155
ADMONISH :   <nakazati, -zajǫ, -zaješi>   chastise; instruct; admonish, warn   --
8.204
ADORNED :   <izodějati sę, -odějǫ sę, -oděješi sę>   be dressed up, be adorned   --
3.27
ADVERBS :   <ti>   and; but; (added to adverbs) indeed   --
9.336
AFFLICTION :   <pečalĭ>   sadness, affliction   --
8.170, 9.184
AFFLUENT :   <Smjadina>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
AFRAID :   <ubojati sę, -bojǫ sę, -boiši sę>   fear, become afraid   --
10.355
AFTER :   <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
AFTER :   <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
AFTERWARD :   <poslědĭ>   then, afterward   --
8.328
AFTERWARD :   <pročeje>   therefore, but, finally; afterward   --
9.263
AGAINST :   <kromě>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
AGAINST :   <mĭštati, -tajǫ, -taješi>   defend against, revenge, avenge   --
6.235, 6.251, 6.278
AGAINST :   <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
AGAINST :   <o (ob)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
AGAINST :   <poběditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
AGE :   <junostĭ>   youth, young age   --
10.266
AGE :   <starostĭ>   old age   --
8.200
AGE :   <vŭzdrastŭ>   age   --
10.382
ALAS :   <uvy>   (w. dat.) alas, woe   --
8.187, 9.190, 9.219, 9.228, 9.291
ALIVE :   <živŭ>   alive, living   --
4.365, 8.283
ALL :   <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
ALLOW :   <otŭpustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
4.193
ALLOW :   <pustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
3.112, 5.30, 7.47
ALLOWABLE :   <lĭzě>   permitted, allowable; (w. 'to be') be possible   --
7.104
ALONE :   <ujediniti, -njǫ, -niši>   leave behind alone; unite   --
9.307
ALONG :   <Smolĭnĭskŭ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
ALONG :   <kozarinŭ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
ALONG :   <merja>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
ALONG :   <muroma>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
ALONG :   <o (ob)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
ALONG :   <poljaninŭ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
ALONG :   <polĭskŭ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
ALONG :   <sěverŭ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
ALREADY :   <juže, uže>   already   --
4.127, 5.129, 6.87, 6.252, 6.275, 6.426, 8.213, 10.310
ALSO :   <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
ALSO :   <tože>   also, and   --
3.253
ANGEL :   <angelĭskŭ>   of an angel, angel's, angelic   --
9.328
ANGELIC :   <angelĭskŭ>   of an angel, angel's, angelic   --
9.328
ANGLES :   <agljane, anŭgljane>   (pl.) the Angles (a Western Germanic tribe)   --
1.187
ANIMAL :   <zvěrĭ>   (wild) animal   --
10.29
ANNOUNCE :   <pověděti, -věmĭ, -věsi>   announce, report, recount   --
4.6, 6.458
ANNOUNCEMENT :   <věstĭ>   announcement, report; rumor; fame   --
9.136
ANY :   <borĭje>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
ANY :   <kŭi, koe, koja>   which?, what?; some, any   --
10.225, 10.245
ANY :   <zamorĭje>   a transmarine region, (any) region across the sea   --
1.22
ANYHOW :   <poně>   or, whether, or then; save, at least, anyhow   --
8.89
APART :   <obŭnažiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
APOSTLE :   <apostolĭskŭ>   of the apostle, apostle's, apostolic   --
10.358
APOSTOLIC :   <apostolĭskŭ>   of the apostle, apostle's, apostolic   --
10.358
APPLIED :   <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
APPLIED :   <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
APPROACH :   <prispěti, -spějǫ, -spěješi>   come; approach, near; hasten   --
10.15
ARISTOCRACY :   <velĭmoža>   member of the nobility, member of the aristocracy, noble, aristocrat   --
8.236
ARISTOCRAT :   <bojarinŭ>   noble, aristocrat, bojar, boyar   --
2.144
ARISTOCRAT :   <velĭmoža>   member of the nobility, member of the aristocracy, noble, aristocrat   --
8.236
ARMY :   <voji>   fighter; (pl.) troops, army   --
5.313, 6.24, 7.8, 7.51, 7.126
AROUND :   <o (ob)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
AROUND :   <okrǫgŭ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) around, near   --
8.38
AROUND :   <poxoditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   go, go around   --
3.102
ARRANGE :   <pristroiti, -strojǫ, -stroiši>   prepare, make ready, arrange   --
5.134, 5.312
ARRIVE :   <pristati, -stanǫ, -staneši>   stand near; be near, be present; come, arrive   --
3.311
ARRIVE :   <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
ARROGANT :   <grŭditi sę, -ždǫ, -diši>   be haughty, be arrogant   --
4.307
ASK :   <moliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.65, 8.110, 9.399, 10.340
ASK :   <pomoliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.90
ASK :   <prositi, -šǫ, -siši>   ask, demand   --
5.14, 6.332, 6.363, 6.384
ASK :   <uprositi, -šǫ, -siši>   ask, interrogate, question   --
2.173
ASKING :   <isprositi, -žǫ, -siši>   seek, search (for); gain by asking   --
2.147
ASKOLD :   <Askoldŭ, Oskoldŭ>   Askold, Askuldr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.216
ASKULDR :   <Askoldŭ, Oskoldŭ>   Askold, Askuldr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.216
ASLEEP :   <usŭnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   fall asleep   --
8.276
ASMUD :   <Asmudŭ>   Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name)   --
3.249, 6.85
ASMUND :   <Asmudŭ>   Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name)   --
3.249, 6.85
ASMUNDR :   <Asmudŭ>   Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name)   --
3.249, 6.85
ASSUME :   <mĭněti, mĭnjǫ, mĭniši>   believe, think, assume   --
9.324
ATIL :   <Volga>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
ATTACH :   <povĭrzyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   tie, bind; fasten, attach   --
7.30
ATTAIN :   <dobyti, -bǫdǫ, -bǫdeši>   get, attain   --
3.45
AUDACITY :   <drŭznovenĭje>   daring, audacity; trust, confidence, reliance   --
9.396
AUGUST :   <avŭgustŭ>   Augustus; (the month of) August   --
8.292
AUGUSTUS :   <avŭgustŭ>   Augustus; (the month of) August   --
8.292
AUTHORITY :   <vlastĭ>   rule, power, authority; despotic rule, tyranny   --
2.77
AVENGE :   <mĭštati, -tajǫ, -taješi>   defend against, revenge, avenge   --
6.235, 6.251, 6.278
AWAY :   <abĭe>   right away   --
8.275, 10.121
AWAY :   <ispustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
AWAY :   <izgnati, iždenǫ, iždeneši>   cast out, cast away; drive out, drive away   --
1.98
AWAY :   <kromě>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
AWAY :   <otŭpustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
4.193
AWAY :   <otŭvrěšti, -vrĭgǫ, -vrĭgeši>   throw away, renounce   --
8.322
AWAY :   <poimati, -jeml'jǫ, -jeml'ješi>   take, take away   --
3.175
AWAY :   <pustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
3.112, 5.30, 7.47
AWAY :   <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
AWAY :   <vesti, vedǫ, vedeši>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
AWAY :   <vŭrinǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   thrust in; throw, throw in; cast away   --
4.324
AWAY :   <vŭzvratiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   return; turn away; (refl.) leave   --
5.308
AXIS :   <konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
BACK :   <opętĭ>   back   --
3.136, 3.174, 6.290
BACK :   <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
BACK :   <vŭspętĭ>   back, toward the back, in reverse, in return   --
3.89
BACK :   <vŭzvratiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   give back; (refl.) come back   --
3.100, 3.120
BACKWARD :   <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
BAD :   <zŭlŭ>   evil, bad   --
9.33, 10.20, 10.100, 10.201
BAND :   <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
BANK :   <polŭ, polu>   side, bank, shore; sex; half   --
9.89
BARK :   <skora>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
BASE :   <podolĭje>   valley, vale; base, foundation   --
3.326
BASEMENT :   <klětĭ>   house; household; basement, cellar; shed   --
7.81
BASIC :   <razumŭ>   understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought   --
9.372, 10.168
BASIL :   <Vasiliji>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
BATH :   <movĭ>   a washing, bath   --
5.68
BATHE :   <izmyti, -myjǫ, -myješi>   bathe, wash   --
5.72
BATHE :   <myti, myjǫ, myješi>   bathe, wash   --
5.93
BATHHOUSE :   <istŭbŭka>   tent, hut; bathhouse   --
5.87, 5.98
BE :   <byvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   be   --
10.361, 10.369
BEAT :   <udariti, -rjǫ, -riši>   strike, beat   --
6.67
BEAUTY :   <dobrota>   goodness; beauty; virtue   --
9.366
BECAUSE :   <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
BECAUSE :   <radi>   (w. gen.) for, for the sake of, because of   --
4.49
BECAUSE :   <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
BECOME :   <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
BECOME :   <iznemošti, -mogǫ, -možeši>   be unable; be weak; become wearied, be exhausted   --
6.377
BECOME :   <ubojati sę, -bojǫ sę, -boiši sę>   fear, become afraid   --
10.355
BECOME :   <upiti sę, -pĭjǫ, -pĭješi>   become inebriated, get drunk   --
5.277
BECOME :   <utrŭpati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
BED :   <gnězdo>   couch, bed; nest   --
7.66
BEFORE :   <prědŭ>   (w. acc. or instr.) before, in front of   --
4.138, 5.231
BEFORE :   <prěžde>   before   --
2.55, 8.289
BEG :   <uniti, -njǫ, -niši>   want; desire; beg; prefer   --
9.343
BEGIN :   <načęti, -čĭnǫ, -čĭneši>   begin   --
2.229, 5.91, 8.35, 8.64, 8.109, 8.363, 9.18, 10.98
BEGIN :   <počęti, -čĭnǫ, -čĭneši>   begin, commence   --
1.108, 1.131, 6.88
BEHIND :   <ostati, ostanǫ, ostaneši>   stay behind, remain   --
2.220
BEHIND :   <ujediniti, -njǫ, -niši>   leave behind alone; unite   --
9.307
BEHIND :   <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
BEHOLD :   <se>   lo, behold   --
1.180, 3.266, 5.128, 6.425, 9.337
BEHOLD :   <uzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look at, behold; see   --
2.168
BEHOLD :   <zrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look at, behold; see   --
8.42
BEJEWELED :   <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
BELIEVE :   <mĭněti, mĭnjǫ, mĭniši>   believe, think, assume   --
9.324
BELO-OZERO :   <Bělo Jezero>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
BELO-OZERO :   <vesĭ>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
BELONGING :   <dijavolĭ>   of the devil, belonging to the devil, diabolical   --
9.35
BELOOZERO :   <Bělo Jezero>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
BELOR. :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
BELOW :   <podŭ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
BELOW :   <vŭzdolě>   (w. gen.) below, at the bottom of   --
3.321
BENDING :   <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
BESEECH :   <moliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.65, 8.110, 9.399, 10.340
BESEECH :   <pomoliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.90
BETTER :   <lučĭi, luče, lučĭši>   better   --
3.295, 5.46
BETTER :   <unĭi, un'e, un'ĭši>   better   --
9.300
BETWEEN :   <boričevŭ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
BETWEEN :   <vesĭ>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
BIG :   <velikŭ>   big, large, great   --
1.211, 4.209, 4.243, 4.305, 5.22, 5.206, 8.255
BIGGER :   <bol'ĭi>   bigger, more   --
3.123, 9.16
BIND :   <potŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
BIND :   <povĭrzyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   tie, bind; fasten, attach   --
7.30
BIND :   <privęzyvati, -zujǫ, -zuješi>   fasten, bind   --
7.23
BINDING :   <sŭtǫga>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
BIRTH :   <rodŭ>   race, kind, sort; generation; birth   --
1.121, 1.123, 2.10, 2.53, 2.151, 2.206
BITTER :   <gorĭkŭ>   bitter, pungent, unpleasant   --
8.107, 8.171, 8.178, 9.182
BLACK :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
BLACK :   <gorěti, -rjǫ, -riši>   burn; (refl.) produce smoke, be black with smoke   --
7.100
BLESSED :   <blaženŭ>   blessed   --
8.63, 8.195, 8.341, 9.38, 9.179, 10.142
BLESSED :   <svętŭ>   holy, blessed   --
3.362, 8.365, 8.417, 10.39, 10.60
BLIND :   <slěpŭ>   blind   --
8.197
BLOOD-DRINKING :   <krŭvopijica>   blood-drinking, bloodthirsty   --
10.24
BLOODTHIRSTY :   <krŭvopijica>   blood-drinking, bloodthirsty   --
10.24
BOAST :   <skakati, -čǫ, -češi>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
BOAT :   <korablĭcĭ>   caravel, (a type of) boat   --
9.122, 10.43
BOAT :   <lodĭja>   boat   --
3.300, 3.315, 4.152, 4.157, 4.186, 4.191, 4.196, 4.264, 4.291, 4.330, 10.103
BODY :   <tělo>   body   --
8.332, 8.411, 10.176
BODYGUARD :   <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
BOIL :   <vŭzgarati, -rajǫ, -raješi>   burn; boil over   --
7.77
BOJAR :   <bojarinŭ>   noble, aristocrat, bojar, boyar   --
2.144
BORICHEV :   <boričevŭ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
BORIS :   <Borisŭ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
BORIS :   <Glěbŭ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
BORIS :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
BORIS :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
BORIS :   <Prědŭslava>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
BORIS :   <Svętoplŭkŭ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
BORIS :   <boričevŭ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
BOTH :   <oba, obě, obě>   both   --
6.45
BOTTOM :   <vŭzdolě>   (w. gen.) below, at the bottom of   --
3.321
BOUNDARY :   <konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
BOUNDARY :   <ustavŭ>   end; boundary; rule; definition   --
7.212
BOW :   <poklonŭ>   bow; worship; salutation, greeting   --
6.413
BOY :   <otrokŭ>   boy, servant   --
3.25, 5.228, 5.281, 8.303
BOYAR :   <bojarinŭ>   noble, aristocrat, bojar, boyar   --
2.144
BRANCH :   <loza>   twig, branch; grape-vine   --
10.325
BREAK :   <nalomiti, -mljǫ, -miši>   break, fracture   --
9.97
BREAK :   <vŭstati, -stanǫ, -staneši>   stand up, break out   --
1.120
BREAST :   <dětę>   infant; breast, teat; child   --
6.433
BREATHING :   <vŭzdyxanĭje>   respiration, breathing; sigh, groan   --
8.177, 10.171
BREED :   <plemę>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
BRETHREN :   <bratĭja>   (collective) brothers, brethren   --
2.8, 2.192, 8.72, 8.134, 8.146, 10.184, 10.213, 10.232, 10.378
BRIGHT :   <blĭštati sę, -štǫ sę, -štiši sę>   shine, glisten; shine, be bright   --
10.110
BRING :   <dosěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
BRING :   <nesti, -sǫ, -seši>   bring   --
4.323
BRING :   <prinesti, -sǫ, -seši>   bring, carry   --
4.310, 8.413
BRING :   <sŭvesti, -zǫ, -zeši>   bring together, collect, gather   --
5.165
BRING :   <vŭsklanjati, -njajǫ, -njaješi>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
BROTHER :   <Borisŭ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
BROTHER :   <Glěbŭ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
BROTHER :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
BROTHER :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
BROTHER :   <Svętoplŭkŭ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
BROTHER :   <Xorivŭ>   Khoriv, Xoriv (brother of Kyi)   --
2.195
BROTHER :   <bratonevavidĭnikŭ>   hostile to one's brother   --
10.25
BROTHER :   <bratrŭ, bratŭ>   brother   --
2.72, 8.142, 9.159, 9.164, 9.246, 9.280, 9.383, 10.228, 10.255
BROTHER :   <Ščekŭ>   Shchek, Shek (brother of Kyi)   --
2.194
BROTHERS :   <bratĭja>   (collective) brothers, brethren   --
2.8, 2.192, 8.72, 8.134, 8.146, 10.184, 10.213, 10.232, 10.378
BUCKLE :   <sŭtǫga>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
BUILD :   <sŭdělati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   found, establish; work, build   --
2.197
BURDENSOME :   <tęžĭkŭ>   grave; burdensome; savage; intolerable   --
6.354, 7.176
BURIAL :   <mogyla>   grave, tomb, burial mound   --
3.218, 5.205
BURN :   <gorěti, -rjǫ, -riši>   burn; (refl.) produce smoke, be black with smoke   --
7.100
BURN :   <izgorěti, -rjǫ, -riši>   burn up   --
5.113
BURN :   <prěžešti, -žegǫ, -žežeši>   burn   --
5.86
BURN :   <vŭzgarati, -rajǫ, -raješi>   burn; boil over   --
7.77
BURN :   <vŭzgorěti, -rjǫ, -riši>   burn, burn up   --
7.109
BURN :   <zažešti, -žegǫ, -žežeši>   set on fire, ignite, burn   --
5.108
BURY :   <pogreti, -grebǫ, -grebeši>   bury   --
3.214, 8.421
BURY :   <posypati, -pljǫ, -plješi>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.367
BURY :   <zasypati, -pljǫ, -plješi>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.363
BUT :   <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
BUT :   <>   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
BUT :   <pročeje>   therefore, but, finally; afterward   --
9.263
BUT :   <ti>   and; but; (added to adverbs) indeed   --
9.336
BUT :   <to>   but, then, therefore   --
3.149, 3.164, 5.16
BUT :   <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
BY :   <dosěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
BY :   <isprositi, -žǫ, -siši>   seek, search (for); gain by asking   --
2.147
BY :   <mimo>   past, by   --
2.166
BY :   <o>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
BY :   <o (ob)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
BY :   <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
BY :   <u>   (w. gen.) near, at, by   --
2.136, 3.220, 6.303, 6.322, 6.330, 6.364, 6.382, 8.415, 9.397
BY :   <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
BYZANTINE :   <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
BYZANTINE :   <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
BYZANTIUM :   <Cěsarĭ Gradŭ>   Byzantium, Constantinople (literally 'the Emperor's City')   --
2.149
CALENDS :   <kalanŭdi>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
CALL :   <prozvati, -zovǫ, -zoveši>   call, summon   --
2.44
CALL :   <vŭzvati, -zovǫ, -zoveši>   call, summon   --
4.12
CALL :   <zvati, zovǫ, zoveši>   cry out; call, summon   --
1.176, 1.182, 4.238, 9.45
CAN :   <mošti, mogǫ, možeši>   be able, can   --
6.161, 8.162, 8.316, 8.330
CAPTURE :   <izimati, jemljǫ, jemlješi>   take, take up; acquire; capture   --
7.146
CAPTURE :   <paguba>   capture; destruction, ruin; disease; corruption   --
9.281
CARAVEL :   <korablĭcĭ>   caravel, (a type of) boat   --
9.122, 10.43
CARE :   <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
CARE :   <počĭstiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   cultivate, care for, honor   --
4.136
CARELESS :   <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
CARELESSNESS :   <unynĭje>   mourning, sadness; carelessness, negligence, neglect   --
9.402
CARRIED :   <jaxati (jad-), -xajǫ, -xaješi>   be carried, ride, go   --
4.176, 4.255
CARRY :   <nositi, -šǫ, -siši>   carry; have   --
10.315
CARRY :   <ponesti, -sǫ, -seši>   carry, transport   --
4.183, 4.261, 4.288
CARRY :   <prinesti, -sǫ, -seši>   bring, carry   --
4.310, 8.413
CARRY :   <vesti, vedǫ, vedeši>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
CARRY :   <vynositi, -šǫ, -siši>   carry off, make off with   --
3.150
CARRY :   <vŭznesti, -sǫ, -seši>   carry, transport, transfer   --
4.188
CART :   <vozŭ>   chariot, wagon, cart   --
4.260
CARVE :   <sěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
CASPIAN :   <Volga>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
CAST :   <izgnati, iždenǫ, iždeneši>   cast out, cast away; drive out, drive away   --
1.98
CAST :   <vŭrinǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   thrust in; throw, throw in; cast away   --
4.324
CAST :   <vŭzložiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   throw upon, cast upon; impose   --
6.356, 7.172, 8.347
CASTLE :   <Vyšegradŭ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
CASTLE :   <trěmĭnŭ>   of a tower, relating to a tower, relating to a castle   --
3.367, 4.214
CASTLE :   <trěmŭ>   tower, castle; home, residence   --
3.371, 4.229
CATCH :   <sŭstignǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
CEDAR :   <borĭje>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
CELLAR :   <klětĭ>   house; household; basement, cellar; shed   --
7.81
CELLAR :   <věža>   cellar for storage; kitchen; tent   --
7.83
CERTAIN :   <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
CHAPTER :   <glava>   head; chapter   --
8.321, 8.366
CHARGE :   <urokŭ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
CHARIOT :   <vozŭ>   chariot, wagon, cart   --
4.260
CHASTISE :   <nakazati, -zajǫ, -zaješi>   chastise; instruct; admonish, warn   --
8.204
CHILD :   <dětę>   infant; breast, teat; child   --
6.433
CHILD :   <mladenĭstvovati, -vujǫ, -vuješi>   be a child   --
10.365, 10.384
CHILD-KILLING :   <syrorězanĭje>   (meaning unclear) child-killing?   --
10.396
CHILDISH :   <dětĭskŭ>   childish   --
3.244, 6.73
CHILDREN :   <dětĭ>   children; (often pl.) infants, children   --
10.360
CHOICE :   <ljubŭ>   dear; pleasing; choice, chosen   --
4.122
CHOIR :   <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
CHOOSE :   <izbrati, -berǫ, -bereši>   elect, select, choose   --
2.6
CHOSEN :   <ljubŭ>   dear; pleasing; choice, chosen   --
4.122
CHUDS :   <čjudĭ>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
CHURCH :   <crĭky>   church, temple   --
8.416
CITADEL :   <Vyšegradŭ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
CITY :   <Cěsarĭ Gradŭ>   Byzantium, Constantinople (literally 'the Emperor's City')   --
2.149
CITY :   <Iskorostěnĭ>   Iskorosten (name of a city)   --
3.195, 3.221
CITY :   <Kyevŭ>   Kiev, Kyiv (name of a city)   --
3.240, 5.310, 6.258, 7.181
CITY :   <Muromŭ>   Murom (name of a city)   --
2.120
CITY :   <Polotĭskŭ>   Polotsk (name of a city)   --
2.85, 2.111
CITY :   <Rostovŭ>   Rostov (name of a city)   --
2.87, 2.114
CITY :   <Smolĭnĭskŭ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
CITY :   <Vyšegradŭ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
CITY :   <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
CITY :   <gradŭkŭ>   town, city, walled enclosure   --
2.171, 2.178, 2.198
CIVIL :   <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
CLASP :   <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
CLASP :   <sŭtǫga>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
CLASSICAL :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
CLEARLY :   <velĭmi>   greatly, very; clearly   --
9.51
CLOAK :   <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
CLOSE :   <zaprěti, -prǫ, -preši>   close, shut   --
5.95
CLOSE :   <zatvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   close, shut   --
6.107, 6.128
CLOSELY :   <vŭzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
CLOTH :   <platŭkŭ>   cloth, garment   --
7.27
CLOTH :   <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
CLOTHES :   <odežda>   garment, clothing, clothes   --
8.198
CLOTHES :   <pŭrty>   (pl.) dress, clothes, garments   --
3.32
CLOTHING :   <odežda>   garment, clothing, clothes   --
8.198
COHORT :   <plŭkŭ>   crowd; people, population; cohort, troop   --
6.46
COLLAR :   <grivĭna>   collar, necklace   --
8.318
COLLECT :   <sŭbĭrati, -berǫ, -bereši>   collect, gather   --
5.44, 6.23, 6.398
COLLECT :   <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
COLLECT :   <sŭsuti, sŭsŭpǫ, sŭsŭpeši>   collect, heap up   --
5.204, 5.208
COLLECT :   <sŭvesti, -zǫ, -zeši>   bring together, collect, gather   --
5.165
COLLECT :   <sŭvŭkupiti, -pljǫ, -piši>   lead together, collect, gather   --
2.227
COLLECTIVE :   <borĭje>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
COLLECTIVE :   <bratĭja>   (collective) brothers, brethren   --
2.8, 2.192, 8.72, 8.134, 8.146, 10.184, 10.213, 10.232, 10.378
COLLECTIVE :   <merja>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
COLLECTIVE :   <rusĭ>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
COLLECTIVE :   <vesĭ>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
COLLECTIVE :   <čjudĭ>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
COMB :   <greti, grebǫ, grebeši>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
COME :   <prispěti, -spějǫ, -spěješi>   come; approach, near; hasten   --
10.15
COME :   <pristati, -stanǫ, -staneši>   stand near; be near, be present; come, arrive   --
3.311
COME :   <pristǫpiti, -pl'jǫ, -piši>   come up to, step up   --
8.50, 8.135
COME :   <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
COME :   <razuměti, -ějǫ, -ěješi>   come to know, find out, know; understand   --
10.143
COME :   <sŭmiriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
COME :   <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
COME :   <upolučiti sę, -čǫ sę, -čiši sę>   be in the way, come upon, meet   --
9.395
COME :   <vŭsěsti, -sędǫ, -sędeši>   sit, sit down; come down   --
9.66
COME :   <vŭzvratiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   give back; (refl.) come back   --
3.100, 3.120
COMING :   <konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
COMING :   <sŭkupŭ>   a joining; a convening, a coming together   --
6.48
COMMAND :   <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
COMMANDER :   <voditelĭ>   leader, commander   --
8.196
COMMANDER :   <voevoda>   (military) commander, vojevoda   --
3.250
COMMEMORATION :   <trizna, tryzna>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
COMMENCE :   <počęti, -čĭnǫ, -čĭneši>   begin, commence   --
1.108, 1.131, 6.88
COMMEND :   <prědati, -damĭ, -dasi>   hand over, commend   --
6.148, 6.185, 7.155, 8.277, 9.265
COMMIT :   <dějati, dějǫ, děješi>   do, commit   --
8.70, 10.182, 10.197, 10.347
COMPLETE :   <sŭkonĭčati, -čajǫ, -čješi>   complete, end, fulfill   --
8.51, 8.136, 8.397
COMPLETE :   <sŭvrĭšiti, -šǫ, -šiši>   prepare, perfect, complete   --
10.368
CONCEITED :   <veličati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   raise; (refl.) be raised, be exalted, be elated, be conceited   --
4.158
CONCERN :   <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
CONCERNING :   <o (ob)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
CONFIDENCE :   <drŭznovenĭje>   daring, audacity; trust, confidence, reliance   --
9.396
CONFINED :   <tǫžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
CONQUER :   <poběditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
CONSIDER :   <razmysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   think, consider   --
3.90
CONSIDER :   <sŭdumati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   deliberate, consider, take counsel   --
3.138
CONSTANTINOPLE :   <Cěsarĭ Gradŭ>   Byzantium, Constantinople (literally 'the Emperor's City')   --
2.149
CONSUMMATION :   <konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
CONTEST :   <trizna, tryzna>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
CONTRIVE :   <primysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   devise, contrive, invent; add to, increase   --
3.64
CONTRIVE :   <umysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   devise, contrive, invent   --
6.165
CONVENING :   <sŭkupŭ>   a joining; a convening, a coming together   --
6.48
COOK :   <vŭzvariti, -rjǫ, -riši>   cook   --
5.169
COPIOUS :   <obilĭnŭ>   copious, abundant, large   --
1.213
CORN :   <klasŭ>   ear of corn   --
10.308
CORNICE :   <strěxa>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
CORRECTOR :   <kazatelĭ>   corrector, reprover   --
8.202
CORRUPTION :   <paguba>   capture; destruction, ruin; disease; corruption   --
9.281
COST :   <urokŭ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
COUCH :   <gnězdo>   couch, bed; nest   --
7.66
COUNSEL :   <sŭdumati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   deliberate, consider, take counsel   --
3.138
COUNSELLOR :   <sŭvětĭnikŭ>   counsellor   --
9.34
COURT :   <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
COURTYARD :   <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
COVER :   <posypati, -pljǫ, -plješi>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.367
COVER :   <zasypati, -pljǫ, -plješi>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.363
CROP :   <požęti, -žĭnjǫ, -žĭnješi>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
CROSS-BENCH :   <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
CROWD :   <plŭkŭ>   crowd; people, population; cohort, troop   --
6.46
CROWN :   <věnĭcĭ>   crown, diadem   --
8.401
CRUSH :   <sŭkrušiti, -šǫ, -šiši>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
CRY :   <vŭzŭpiti, -pijǫ, -piješi>   cry out   --
9.180
CRY :   <zvati, zovǫ, zoveši>   cry out; call, summon   --
1.176, 1.182, 4.238, 9.45
CULTIVATE :   <počĭstiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   cultivate, care for, honor   --
4.136
CUT :   <isěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši>   cut down; kill, slaughter   --
5.303
CUT :   <otŭsěknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   cut off   --
8.320
CUT :   <porězati, -zajǫ, -zaješi>   cut off (from life)   --
10.324
CUT :   <požęti, -žĭnjǫ, -žĭnješi>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
CUT :   <sěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
CYPRESS :   <borĭje>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
DANAPRIS :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
DANCE :   <skakati, -čǫ, -češi>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
DARING :   <drŭznovenĭje>   daring, audacity; trust, confidence, reliance   --
9.396
DARK :   <omračati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   grow dark, darken   --
10.67
DARK :   <sŭmrŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   grow dark, darken   --
7.45
DARKEN :   <omračati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   grow dark, darken   --
10.67
DARKEN :   <sŭmrŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   grow dark, darken   --
7.45
DAWN :   <jutro, utro>   dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.161, 4.225
DAWN :   <uraniti, -njǫ, -niši>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
DAY :   <dĭnĭ>   day   --
3.228, 8.288
DAY :   <kalanŭdi>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
DAYBREAK :   <jutro, utro>   dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.161, 4.225
DEAD :   <trizna, tryzna>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
DEAR :   <dragŭ>   dear, precious   --
8.193, 10.188
DEAR :   <ljubŭ>   dear; pleasing; choice, chosen   --
4.122
DEATH :   <sŭmrĭtĭ>   death   --
4.360, 9.143, 9.264
DECEITFUL :   <prělĭstĭnŭ>   deceitful, illusive, fraudful, flattering   --
9.420
DECORATIVE :   <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
DEEM :   <sŭpodobiti, -bljǫ, -biši>   deem worthy   --
9.406
DEEP :   <glǫbokŭ>   deep   --
4.211
DEFEND :   <mĭštati, -tajǫ, -taješi>   defend against, revenge, avenge   --
6.235, 6.251, 6.278
DEFINE :   <ustavljati, -jajǫ, -jaješi>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
DEFINITION :   <ustavŭ>   end; boundary; rule; definition   --
7.212
DEJECTED :   <umil'enŭ>   dejected, abject   --
8.124, 9.362, 10.158
DELIBERATE :   <sŭdumati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   deliberate, consider, take counsel   --
3.138
DEMAND :   <prositi, -šǫ, -siši>   ask, demand   --
5.14, 6.332, 6.363, 6.384
DENOTING :   <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
DENSE :   <čęstŭ>   dense   --
10.170
DEPART :   <otiti, -idǫ, -ideši>   go out, depart   --
5.295
DEPRIVE :   <obŭnažiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
DEPRIVE :   <usiriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   deprive of parents, orphan; deprive (in general)   --
9.309
DEREVA :   <Derevy>   Dereva (placename)   --
3.60, 3.224
DEREVA :   <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
DEREVA :   <drěvĭskŭ>   of Dereva, related to Dereva, Derevlian   --
4.64, 4.95, 4.110, 5.50, 6.31, 7.203
DEREVLIAN :   <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
DEREVLIAN :   <drěvĭskŭ>   of Dereva, related to Dereva, Derevlian   --
4.64, 4.95, 4.110, 5.50, 6.31, 7.203
DESCEND :   <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
DESCEND :   <vŭlěsti, -lězǫ, -lězeši>   enter; descend (into)   --
5.89
DESCENT :   <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
DESIRE :   <uniti, -njǫ, -niši>   want; desire; beg; prefer   --
9.343
DESIRE :   <vŭsxotěti, -xoštǫ, -xošteši>   want, wish, desire   --
8.226, 8.232, 8.239
DESIRE :   <želati, -lajǫ, -laješi>   desire, want, wish for   --
3.122
DESPAIR :   <otŭčajati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   give up hope, despair   --
9.243
DESPISE :   <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
DESPOTIC :   <vlastĭ>   rule, power, authority; despotic rule, tyranny   --
2.77
DESTROY :   <pogubiti, -bljǫ, -biši>   destroy   --
3.167
DESTROYED :   <izgybati, -bajǫ -bljǫ, -baješi -blješi>   perish, be destroyed   --
2.200
DESTRUCTION :   <paguba>   capture; destruction, ruin; disease; corruption   --
9.281
DEVICE :   <čĭstĭ>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
DEVIL :   <dijavolĭ>   of the devil, belonging to the devil, diabolical   --
9.35
DEVISE :   <primysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   devise, contrive, invent; add to, increase   --
3.64
DEVISE :   <umysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   devise, contrive, invent   --
6.165
DIABOLICAL :   <dijavolĭ>   of the devil, belonging to the devil, diabolical   --
9.35
DIADEM :   <věnĭcĭ>   crown, diadem   --
8.401
DIE :   <izmrěti, -mrǫ, -mreši>   die   --
6.210
DIE :   <omrŭtvěti, -vějǫ, -věješi>   die   --
10.131
DIE :   <umrěti, -rǫ, -reši>   die   --
2.70, 9.162, 9.305, 9.347
DIFFICULTY :   <tǫga>   distress, difficulty   --
9.339
DIG :   <iskopati, -pajǫ, -paješi>   dig, dig out, excavate   --
4.207
DIR :   <Dirŭ>   Dir (Scandinavian name)   --
2.219
DISCERN :   <ustavljati, -jajǫ, -jaješi>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
DISCORD :   <ǫsobica>   discord, strife, sedition   --
1.128
DISEASE :   <paguba>   capture; destruction, ruin; disease; corruption   --
9.281
DISTANCE :   <zĭrěimo>   visible horizon, distance of eyesight; short distance   --
9.116
DISTRESS :   <tǫga>   distress, difficulty   --
9.339
DISTRIBUTE :   <razdajati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   distribute, give out   --
2.80, 7.7
DITCH :   <grobŭ>   grave, ditch   --
5.147, 5.186
DITCH :   <rovŭ>   ditch, hole   --
9.95
DNEPR :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
DNIEPER :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
DNIEPER :   <Smjadina>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
DNIEPER :   <Smolĭnĭskŭ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
DNIEPER :   <poljaninŭ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
DNIEPER :   <polĭskŭ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
DNIPRO :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
DNJAPRO :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
DO :   <dějati, dějǫ, děješi>   do, commit   --
8.70, 10.182, 10.197, 10.347
DO :   <nasiliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   do violence to, force, oppress (w. dat.)   --
3.68
DO :   <sŭtvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   do, make   --
3.281, 5.69, 5.150, 5.212, 6.263, 9.360, 10.202, 10.227
DOMESTICUS :   <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
DONATE :   <otŭdajati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   donate, give, give as a give; give in exchange, give in return   --
8.87
DOOR :   <dvĭrĭ>   door, front door, entrance   --
5.111
DOOR :   <ustĭ>   door, gate, entrance, mouth   --
10.47
DOVE :   <golǫbĭ>   dove, pigeon   --
6.346, 6.403, 7.10, 7.19, 7.48, 7.60
DOVECOTE :   <golǫbnikŭ>   dovecote, pigeon loft   --
7.70, 7.79
DOWN :   <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
DOWN :   <ispasti, -padǫ, -padeši>   fall out, turn out, fall down, slip out, escape   --
10.126
DOWN :   <isěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši>   cut down; kill, slaughter   --
5.303
DOWN :   <lešti, lęgǫ, lęžeši>   lie down, recline   --
4.155
DOWN :   <položiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   lay down, set down   --
8.410, 9.32
DOWN :   <sěsti, sědǫ, -deši>   sit down   --
2.22
DOWN :   <sěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
DOWN :   <>   (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
DOWN :   <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
DOWN :   <vŭsěsti, -sędǫ, -sędeši>   sit, sit down; come down   --
9.66
DRAG :   <povesti, -zǫ, -zeši>   tow, drag   --
8.350
DRAG :   <vesti, vedǫ, vedeši>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
DRAW :   <vesti, vedǫ, vedeši>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
DRESS :   <pŭrty>   (pl.) dress, clothes, garments   --
3.32
DRESSED :   <izodějati sę, -odějǫ sę, -oděješi sę>   be dressed up, be adorned   --
3.27
DRINK :   <piti, pijǫ, piješi>   drink   --
5.224, 5.283
DRIVE :   <izgnati, iždenǫ, iždeneši>   cast out, cast away; drive out, drive away   --
1.98
DRIVE :   <tǫžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
DRUNK :   <upiti sę, -pĭjǫ, -pĭješi>   become inebriated, get drunk   --
5.277
DULL :   <utrŭpati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
DWELLING :   <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
EAGER :   <ustrĭmiti sę, -mljǫ, -miši>   hasten, rush; be eager   --
6.121
EAR :   <klasŭ>   ear of corn   --
10.308
EAR :   <uxo, ušese>   ear   --
6.65
EARLY :   <uraniti, -njǫ, -niši>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
EARTH :   <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
EASILY :   <lĭgŭko>   easily   --
5.182
EAST :   <gotinŭ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
EAVES :   <strěxa>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
ECCLESIASTICAL :   <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
EIGHT :   <i>   eight   --
1.65
ELATED :   <veličati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   raise; (refl.) be raised, be exalted, be elated, be conceited   --
4.158
ELECT :   <izbrati, -berǫ, -bereši>   elect, select, choose   --
2.6
EMBRACE :   <cělovanĭje>   salutation, greeting, embrace   --
10.81
EMERGE :   <vŭsklanjati, -njajǫ, -njaješi>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
EMIT :   <ispustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
EMPEROR :   <Cěsarĭ Gradŭ>   Byzantium, Constantinople (literally 'the Emperor's City')   --
2.149
EMPEROR :   <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
ENCAMPING :   <dosěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
ENCLOSED :   <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
ENCLOSURE :   <gradŭkŭ>   town, city, walled enclosure   --
2.171, 2.178, 2.198
END :   <konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
END :   <sŭkonĭčati, -čajǫ, -čješi>   complete, end, fulfill   --
8.51, 8.136, 8.397
END :   <ustavŭ>   end; boundary; rule; definition   --
7.212
ENEMY :   <vragŭ>   enemy   --
9.276
ENTER :   <vŭlěsti, -lězǫ, -lězeši>   enter; descend (into)   --
5.89
ENTER :   <vŭniti, -idǫ, -ideši>   go into, enter   --
3.192, 6.454
ENTER :   <vŭvaditi, -važdǫ, -vadiši>   join; (refl.) introduce oneself, enter   --
3.145
ENTERTAIN :   <veseliti, -l'jǫ, -liši>   entertain; (refl.) rejoice   --
8.233
ENTRANCE :   <dvĭrĭ>   door, front door, entrance   --
5.111
ENTRANCE :   <ustĭ>   door, gate, entrance, mouth   --
10.47
ENVELOP :   <obrŭtěti, -štǫ, -tiši>   wrap up, envelop, involve; return   --
8.344
ESCAPE :   <ispasti, -padǫ, -padeši>   fall out, turn out, fall down, slip out, escape   --
10.126
ESTABLISH :   <staviti, -vljǫ, -viši>   set, establish   --
7.161
ESTABLISH :   <sŭdělati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   found, establish; work, build   --
2.197
ESTABLISHED :   <naročitŭ>   established, well established, noteworthy, notable, noble   --
5.19
ESTONIA :   <čjudĭ>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
EVEN :   <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
EVEN :   <pače>   more, even more   --
9.241
EVEN :   <ravĭnŭ>   level, even   --
10.96
EVERY :   <kŭždo>   every, everyone   --
7.11, 7.18, 7.32, 8.182
EVERY :   <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
EVERYONE :   <kŭždo>   every, everyone   --
7.11, 7.18, 7.32, 8.182
EVIL :   <zŭlŭ>   evil, bad   --
9.33, 10.20, 10.100, 10.201
EXALTED :   <veličati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   raise; (refl.) be raised, be exalted, be elated, be conceited   --
4.158
EXCAVATE :   <iskopati, -pajǫ, -paješi>   dig, dig out, excavate   --
4.207
EXCHANGE :   <otŭdajati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   donate, give, give as a give; give in exchange, give in return   --
8.87
EXCLAMATORY :   <o>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
EXCUSABLE :   <milŭ>   wretched, pitiable; excusable   --
8.67, 8.74, 8.191, 9.381, 10.186, 10.344
EXHAUSTED :   <iznemošti, -mogǫ, -možeši>   be unable; be weak; become wearied, be exhausted   --
6.377
EXPAND :   <obŭnažiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
EXPECT :   <čajati, čajǫ, čaješi>   hope; expect   --
10.82
EXPENSE :   <urokŭ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
EXTEND :   <prostirati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   extend   --
9.19
EXTENT :   <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
EXTINGUISH :   <gasiti, -šǫ, -siši>   extinguish, put out   --
7.105
EXULT :   <skakati, -čǫ, -češi>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
EYE :   <oko>   eye   --
8.125, 10.159
EYESIGHT :   <zĭrěimo>   visible horizon, distance of eyesight; short distance   --
9.116
FACE :   <lice>   face, form   --
8.128, 9.326, 10.162
FALL :   <ispasti, -padǫ, -padeši>   fall out, turn out, fall down, slip out, escape   --
10.126
FALL :   <sŭpasti, -dǫ, -deši>   fall; fall together   --
8.127
FALL :   <usŭnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   fall asleep   --
8.276
FAME :   <slava>   fame, glory   --
8.227
FAME :   <věstĭ>   announcement, report; rumor; fame   --
9.136
FAMINE :   <gladŭ>   hunger, famine   --
6.211
FAR :   <kromě>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
FARTHEST :   <konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
FASTEN :   <potŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
FASTEN :   <povĭrzyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   tie, bind; fasten, attach   --
7.30
FASTEN :   <privęzyvati, -zujǫ, -zuješi>   fasten, bind   --
7.23
FATHER :   <otĭcĭ>   father   --
3.254, 9.44, 9.160, 9.239, 9.369
FATHER :   <otĭnĭ>   (poss. adj.) of the father, father's   --
9.142
FEAR :   <ubojati sę, -bojǫ sę, -boiši sę>   fear, become afraid   --
10.355
FEAST :   <čĭstĭ>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
FEED :   <raspasti, -sǫ, -seši>   pasture, feed   --
4.93
FESTIVAL :   <urokŭ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
FIBULA :   <sŭtǫga>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
FIELD :   <dosěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
FIELD :   <n'iva>   field, ground   --
6.195
FIFTY :   <n>   fifty   --
3.9, 6.9
FIGHT :   <brati, borjǫ, borješi>   fight   --
6.133
FIGHT :   <poběditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
FIGHT :   <vojevati, vojujǫ, vojuješi>   fight, wage war   --
1.130
FIGHTER :   <voji>   fighter; (pl.) troops, army   --
5.313, 6.24, 7.8, 7.51, 7.126
FIGHTER :   <xrabrŭ>   (m.) fighter, soldier; (adj.) strong   --
6.27
FINALLY :   <pročeje>   therefore, but, finally; afterward   --
9.263
FIND :   <razuměti, -ějǫ, -ěješi>   come to know, find out, know; understand   --
10.143
FIND :   <uslyšati, -šǫ, -šiši>   hear, find out   --
9.178
FINNISH :   <merja>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
FINNISH :   <muroma>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
FINNISH :   <vesĭ>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
FINNISH :   <čjudĭ>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
FIRE :   <požešti, -gǫ, -žeši>   set on fire, kindle, ignite   --
7.134
FIRE :   <zažešti, -žegǫ, -žežeši>   set on fire, ignite, burn   --
5.108
FIRST :   <kalanŭdi>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
FIRST :   <prŭvŭ>   first   --
2.105, 3.66
FIVE :   <e>   five; five thousand   --
5.305
FIX :   <potŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
FIX :   <ustavljati, -jajǫ, -jaješi>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
FLATTERING :   <prělĭstĭnŭ>   deceitful, illusive, fraudful, flattering   --
9.420
FLEE :   <poběgnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   flee, take flight   --
6.105, 7.119
FLIGHT :   <poběgnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   flee, take flight   --
6.105, 7.119
FLOW :   <pluti, plovǫ, ploveši>   flow; navigate, sail   --
10.97
FLOW :   <tešti, tekǫ, tečeši>   run, rush, flow; follow, pursue   --
3.320
FLOWING :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
FLOWING :   <Volga>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
FLY :   <letěti, -štǫ, -tiši>   fly; run   --
6.63
FLY :   <poletěti, -štǫ, -tiši>   fly   --
7.64
FOLLOW :   <sŭstignǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
FOLLOW :   <tešti, tekǫ, tečeši>   run, rush, flow; follow, pursue   --
3.320
FOLLOWED :   <o>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
FOLLOWING :   <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
FOLLOWING :   <vŭtoryi, -roje, -raja>   second, following   --
6.259
FOOT :   <noga>   foot   --
6.69, 9.98
FOOT :   <pěšĭ>   on foot, foot-borne, standing   --
4.180
FOOT-BORNE :   <pěšĭ>   on foot, foot-borne, standing   --
4.180
FOR :   <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
FORCE :   <nasiliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   do violence to, force, oppress (w. dat.)   --
3.68
FORCE :   <tǫžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
FORCED :   <služĭba>   service, forced service, slavery; liturgy; ministry   --
8.137
FOREST :   <borĭje>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
FORGET :   <ostaviti, -vl'jǫ, -viši>   let, leave, neglect, forget   --
9.9
FORM :   <lice>   face, form   --
8.128, 9.326, 10.162
FORTH :   <ispustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
FORTH :   <vŭsklanjati, -njajǫ, -njaješi>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
FORTIFICATION :   <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
FOUND :   <sŭdělati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   found, establish; work, build   --
2.197
FOUNDATION :   <podolĭje>   valley, vale; base, foundation   --
3.326
FOUNDER :   <Kyi>   Kyi, Kii (legendary founder of Kiev)   --
2.193
FOUR :   <d>   four   --
6.10
FOUR :   <u>   four hundred   --
3.8, 6.8
FRACTURE :   <nalomiti, -mljǫ, -miši>   break, fracture   --
9.97
FRAUDFUL :   <prělĭstĭnŭ>   deceitful, illusive, fraudful, flattering   --
9.420
FREE :   <ispustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
FREE :   <otŭpustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
4.193
FREE :   <platiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   loose, free, set free, pay   --
2.204, 7.162
FREE :   <pustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
3.112, 5.30, 7.47
FREQ. :   <obladati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
FREQ. :   <vladěti, -dějǫ, -děješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
FRONT :   <dvĭrĭ>   door, front door, entrance   --
5.111
FRONT :   <prědŭ>   (w. acc. or instr.) before, in front of   --
4.138, 5.231
FRUIT :   <plodŭ>   fruit   --
10.331
FULFILL :   <sŭkonĭčati, -čajǫ, -čješi>   complete, end, fulfill   --
8.51, 8.136, 8.397
FUNERAL :   <trizna, tryzna>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
FURIOUS :   <neistoviti sę, -vljǫ sę, -viši sę>   be mad, be furious   --
9.17
GAIN :   <isprositi, -žǫ, -siši>   seek, search (for); gain by asking   --
2.147
GARDEN :   <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
GARMENT :   <odežda>   garment, clothing, clothes   --
8.198
GARMENT :   <platŭkŭ>   cloth, garment   --
7.27
GARMENTS :   <pŭrty>   (pl.) dress, clothes, garments   --
3.32
GATE :   <ustĭ>   door, gate, entrance, mouth   --
10.47
GATHER :   <požęti, -žĭnjǫ, -žĭnješi>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
GATHER :   <sŭbĭrati, -berǫ, -bereši>   collect, gather   --
5.44, 6.23, 6.398
GATHER :   <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
GATHER :   <sŭvesti, -zǫ, -zeši>   bring together, collect, gather   --
5.165
GATHER :   <sŭvŭkupiti, -pljǫ, -piši>   lead together, collect, gather   --
2.227
GAZE :   <vŭzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
GEN. :   <bez (bes, be)>   (w. gen.) without   --
9.261
GEN. :   <do>   (w. gen.) to, up to; (with numerals) about   --
3.226, 9.7, 10.327
GEN. :   <iz>   (w. gen.) from, out of   --
1.21, 3.193, 6.136, 7.121, 8.23
GEN. :   <kromě>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
GEN. :   <o>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
GEN. :   <okrǫgŭ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) around, near   --
8.38
GEN. :   <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
GEN. :   <radi>   (w. gen.) for, for the sake of, because of   --
4.49
GEN. :   <>   (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
GEN. :   <u>   (w. gen.) near, at, by   --
2.136, 3.220, 6.303, 6.322, 6.330, 6.364, 6.382, 8.415, 9.397
GEN. :   <vně>   (w. gen.) outside (of)   --
4.215
GEN. :   <vŭzdolě>   (w. gen.) below, at the bottom of   --
3.321
GEN. :   <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
GENERAL :   <usiriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   deprive of parents, orphan; deprive (in general)   --
9.309
GENERATION :   <plemę>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
GENERATION :   <rodŭ>   race, kind, sort; generation; birth   --
1.121, 1.123, 2.10, 2.53, 2.151, 2.206
GEORGE :   <Gjurgi>   Georgias, George   --
8.313
GEORGIAS :   <Gjurgi>   Georgias, George   --
8.313
GERMANIC :   <agljane, anŭgljane>   (pl.) the Angles (a Western Germanic tribe)   --
1.187
GERMANIC :   <gotinŭ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
GET :   <dobyti, -bǫdǫ, -bǫdeši>   get, attain   --
3.45
GET :   <upiti sę, -pĭjǫ, -pĭješi>   become inebriated, get drunk   --
5.277
GIVE :   <dajati, dajǫ, daješi>   give, provide   --
6.306, 6.340
GIVE :   <dati, damĭ, dasi>   give   --
1.104
GIVE :   <otŭdajati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   donate, give, give as a give; give in exchange, give in return   --
8.87
GIVE :   <otŭčajati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   give up hope, despair   --
9.243
GIVE :   <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
GIVE :   <razdajati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   distribute, give out   --
2.80, 7.7
GIVE :   <vŭzvratiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   give back; (refl.) come back   --
3.100, 3.120
GLAD :   <radŭ>   glad, happy   --
6.227, 6.305, 6.395, 6.452
GLEB :   <Borisŭ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
GLEB :   <Glěbŭ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
GLEB :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
GLEB :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
GLEB :   <Prědŭslava>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
GLEB :   <Svętoplŭkŭ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
GLISTEN :   <blĭštati sę, -štǫ sę, -štiši sę>   shine, glisten; shine, be bright   --
10.110
GLORY :   <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
GLORY :   <slava>   fame, glory   --
8.227
GO :   <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
GO :   <iziti, -idǫ, -ideši>   go out   --
6.40
GO :   <jaxati (jad-), -xajǫ, -xaješi>   be carried, ride, go   --
4.176, 4.255
GO :   <otiti, -idǫ, -ideši>   go out, depart   --
5.295
GO :   <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
GO :   <poxoditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   go, go around   --
3.102
GO :   <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
GO :   <vŭniti, -idǫ, -ideši>   go into, enter   --
3.192, 6.454
GO :   <xoditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   walk, go   --
9.158
GOD :   <bogorodica>   mother of God   --
3.363
GOD :   <bogŭ>   god   --
8.91, 8.282
GOOD :   <dobrŭ>   good   --
4.20, 4.90, 4.343
GOODNESS :   <dobrota>   goodness; beauty; virtue   --
9.366
GORDJATA :   <gordjatinŭ>   of Gordjata, of Gordyata   --
3.341
GORDYATA :   <gordjatinŭ>   of Gordjata, of Gordyata   --
3.341
GOTH :   <gotinŭ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
GOTHIC :   <gotinŭ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
GOTHS :   <gotinŭ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
GOTLAND :   <gotinŭ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
GRACE :   <milostĭ>   grace, loving kindness   --
9.262
GRACE :   <obradovati, -dujǫ, -duješi>   show grace; rejoice, be merry   --
6.461
GRAPE-VINE :   <loza>   twig, branch; grape-vine   --
10.325
GRAVE :   <grobŭ>   grave, ditch   --
5.147, 5.186
GRAVE :   <mogyla>   grave, tomb, burial mound   --
3.218, 5.205
GRAVE :   <tęžĭkŭ>   grave; burdensome; savage; intolerable   --
6.354, 7.176
GREAT :   <velikŭ>   big, large, great   --
1.211, 4.209, 4.243, 4.305, 5.22, 5.206, 8.255
GREATLY :   <velĭmi>   greatly, very; clearly   --
9.51
GREATNESS :   <veličĭje>   greatness, pride   --
8.240
GREETING :   <cělovanĭje>   salutation, greeting, embrace   --
10.81
GREETING :   <poklonŭ>   bow; worship; salutation, greeting   --
6.413
GROAN :   <stenati, -njǫ, -nješi>   groan, moan   --
9.206, 10.8
GROAN :   <vŭzdyxanĭje>   respiration, breathing; sigh, groan   --
8.177, 10.171
GROAN :   <vŭzdŭxnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   groan, sigh   --
8.108
GROUND :   <n'iva>   field, ground   --
6.195
GROUP :   <plemę>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
GROUP :   <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
GROW :   <omračati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   grow dark, darken   --
10.67
GROW :   <sŭmrŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   grow dark, darken   --
7.45
GROW :   <utrŭpati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
GROW :   <vŭzdrasti, -stǫ, -steši>   be nourished, grow   --
10.329
GUARD :   <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
GUARD :   <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
GUEST :   <gostĭ>   guest   --
4.21, 4.232
HALF :   <polŭ, polu>   side, bank, shore; sex; half   --
9.89
HAND :   <prědati, -damĭ, -dasi>   hand over, commend   --
6.148, 6.185, 7.155, 8.277, 9.265
HAND :   <rǫka>   hand   --
8.281, 10.109, 10.125
HAPPY :   <radŭ>   glad, happy   --
6.227, 6.305, 6.395, 6.452
HAPPY :   <vŭzdradovati sę, -dujǫ sę, -duješi sę>   be happy, rejoice   --
10.61
HARVEST :   <požęti, -žĭnjǫ, -žĭnješi>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
HASTE :   <otoropŭ>   hurry, haste   --
8.26
HASTEN :   <poběditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
HASTEN :   <prispěti, -spějǫ, -spěješi>   come; approach, near; hasten   --
10.15
HASTEN :   <uraniti, -njǫ, -niši>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
HASTEN :   <ustrĭmiti sę, -mljǫ, -miši>   hasten, rush; be eager   --
6.121
HAUGHTY :   <grŭditi sę, -ždǫ, -diši>   be haughty, be arrogant   --
4.307
HAVE :   <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
HAVE :   <drŭžati, -žǫ, -žiši>   hold, have power over, rule   --
5.49
HAVE :   <iměti, imamĭ, imaši>   have, hold   --
10.107, 10.332
HAVE :   <iměti, imějǫ, iměješi>   have, possess   --
10.31
HAVE :   <knęžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   rule, be king, have power   --
1.222, 2.235
HAVE :   <nositi, -šǫ, -siši>   carry; have   --
10.315
HAVE :   <pomilovati, -lujǫ, -luješi>   pity, have mercy on   --
10.265, 10.268
HAVING :   <iměnĭe>   having, possession, property   --
3.124
HE :   <*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
HEAD :   <glava>   head; chapter   --
8.321, 8.366
HEALTHY :   <krěpŭkŭ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
HEALTHY :   <sŭdraviti, -vljǫ, -viši>   be healthy, be strong   --
9.49
HEAP :   <sŭsuti, sŭsŭpǫ, sŭsŭpeši>   collect, heap up   --
5.204, 5.208
HEAR :   <poslušati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   hear, listen   --
3.55, 3.188
HEAR :   <slyšati, -šǫ, -šiši>   hear   --
3.132, 5.42, 5.164, 8.62, 8.156, 8.266
HEAR :   <uslyšati, -šǫ, -šiši>   hear, find out   --
9.178
HEART :   <srĭdĭce>   heart   --
8.387, 10.166
HEART :   <strŭdĭčinŭ>   of the heart, related to the heart, heart's   --
9.185
HEARTH :   <dymŭ>   smoke; hearth, home   --
1.52
HEAVEN :   <nebo>   heaven, sky   --
8.103
HELGA :   <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
HELM :   <greti, grebǫ, grebeši>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
HERD :   <stado>   herd   --
3.152
HERE :   <sěmo>   to here, here   --
4.51
HIDE :   <posypati, -pljǫ, -plješi>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.367
HIDE :   <skora>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
HIDE :   <zasypati, -pljǫ, -plješi>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.363
HIGHEST :   <konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
HOLD :   <drŭžati, -žǫ, -žiši>   hold, have power over, rule   --
5.49
HOLD :   <iměti, imamĭ, imaši>   have, hold   --
10.107, 10.332
HOLD :   <vladěti, -dějǫ, -děješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
HOLE :   <jama>   pit, hole   --
4.208, 4.327
HOLE :   <rovŭ>   ditch, hole   --
9.95
HOLY :   <svętŭ>   holy, blessed   --
3.362, 8.365, 8.417, 10.39, 10.60
HOME :   <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
HOME :   <dymŭ>   smoke; hearth, home   --
1.52
HOME :   <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
HOME :   <trěmŭ>   tower, castle; home, residence   --
3.371, 4.229
HONEY :   <medŭ, medu>   honey   --
5.135, 5.166, 6.307, 6.325
HONOR :   <počĭstiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   cultivate, care for, honor   --
4.136
HONOR :   <čĭstĭ>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
HOPE :   <otŭčajati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   give up hope, despair   --
9.243
HOPE :   <čajati, čajǫ, čaješi>   hope; expect   --
10.82
HORIZON :   <zĭrěimo>   visible horizon, distance of eyesight; short distance   --
9.116
HORSE :   <konĭ>   horse   --
4.178, 4.257, 6.66, 6.70, 9.68, 9.93
HOSTILE :   <bratonevavidĭnikŭ>   hostile to one's brother   --
10.25
HOUSE :   <domŭ>   house   --
3.97, 3.115
HOUSE :   <klětĭ>   house; household; basement, cellar; shed   --
7.81
HOUSEHOLD :   <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
HOUSEHOLD :   <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
HOUSEHOLD :   <klětĭ>   house; household; basement, cellar; shed   --
7.81
HOW :   <jelikŭ>   how much, how many; as much, as many   --
8.155
HOW :   <kako>   how, how is it that   --
8.224, 8.230, 8.237, 9.257, 9.260, 9.273
HOWEVER :   <ide>   where; since; however   --
3.337, 3.357, 5.139, 7.98
HROEREKR :   <Rjurikŭ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
HUMBLE :   <sŭměriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase   --
8.261, 10.167
HUMILITY :   <sŭměr'enĭje>   humility; retinue   --
8.257, 8.263
HUNDRED :   <t>   three hundred   --
1.8, 1.63, 1.76, 1.89
HUNDRED :   <u>   four hundred   --
3.8, 6.8
HUNGER :   <gladŭ>   hunger, famine   --
6.211
HURRY :   <otoropŭ>   hurry, haste   --
8.26
HURRY :   <uraniti, -njǫ, -niši>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
HUSBAND :   <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
HUT :   <istŭbŭka>   tent, hut; bathhouse   --
5.87, 5.98
IF :   <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
IF :   <ašte>   if, whether   --
3.143, 3.153, 3.160, 5.12, 9.393, 10.243
IF :   <jeda>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
IGNITE :   <požešti, -gǫ, -žeši>   set on fire, kindle, ignite   --
7.134
IGNITE :   <zažešti, -žegǫ, -žežeši>   set on fire, ignite, burn   --
5.108
IGOR :   <Igorĭ>   Igor, Ingvar (Scandinavian name)   --
3.24, 3.57, 3.190, 3.198, 3.216
IGOR :   <igorevŭ>   of Igor, Igor's, relating to Igor   --
4.359
ILLUSIVE :   <prělĭstĭnŭ>   deceitful, illusive, fraudful, flattering   --
9.420
ILMEN :   <slověninŭ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
IMMIGRANT :   <naselĭnikŭ>   inhabitant, resident; native; immigrant   --
2.106
IMPEL :   <tǫžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
IMPOSE :   <vŭzložiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   throw upon, cast upon; impose   --
6.356, 7.172, 8.347
INACTIVE :   <utrŭpati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
INCITE :   <poběditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
INCREASE :   <primysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   devise, contrive, invent; add to, increase   --
3.64
INDEED :   <ti>   and; but; (added to adverbs) indeed   --
9.336
INEBRIATED :   <upiti sę, -pĭjǫ, -pĭješi>   become inebriated, get drunk   --
5.277
INFANT :   <dětę>   infant; breast, teat; child   --
6.433
INFANTS :   <dětĭ>   children; (often pl.) infants, children   --
10.360
INGVAR :   <Igorĭ>   Igor, Ingvar (Scandinavian name)   --
3.24, 3.57, 3.190, 3.198, 3.216
INHABITANT :   <naselĭnikŭ>   inhabitant, resident; native; immigrant   --
2.106
INHABITANTS :   <gotinŭ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
INHABITING :   <muroma>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
INJURE :   <probosti, -dǫ, -deši>   wound, injure   --
8.383, 9.258
INJURY :   <obida>   injustice, outrage, injury   --
6.253, 10.226, 10.246
INJUSTICE :   <obida>   injustice, outrage, injury   --
6.253, 10.226, 10.246
INNOCENCE :   <bezlobĭje>   innocence   --
10.314
INSTR. :   <nadŭ>   (w. acc. or instr.) over, above   --
3.364, 5.146
INSTR. :   <o (ob)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
INSTR. :   <obladati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
INSTR. :   <podŭ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
INSTR. :   <prědŭ>   (w. acc. or instr.) before, in front of   --
4.138, 5.231
INSTR. :   <>   (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
INSTR. :   <vladěti, -dějǫ, -děješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
INSTR. :   <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
INSTRUCT :   <nakazati, -zajǫ, -zaješi>   chastise; instruct; admonish, warn   --
8.204
INTELLECT :   <umŭ>   mind, reason, intellect   --
9.30, 10.362, 10.367
INTERROGATE :   <uprositi, -šǫ, -siši>   ask, interrogate, question   --
2.173
INTO :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
INTO :   <Volga>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
INTO :   <>   (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
INTO :   <vŭlěsti, -lězǫ, -lězeši>   enter; descend (into)   --
5.89
INTO :   <vŭniti, -idǫ, -ideši>   go into, enter   --
3.192, 6.454
INTOLERABLE :   <tęžĭkŭ>   grave; burdensome; savage; intolerable   --
6.354, 7.176
INTRODUCE :   <vŭvaditi, -važdǫ, -vadiši>   join; (refl.) introduce oneself, enter   --
3.145
INTRODUCES :   <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
INVADER :   <noxodĭnikŭ>   invader   --
2.102
INVENT :   <primysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   devise, contrive, invent; add to, increase   --
3.64
INVENT :   <umysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   devise, contrive, invent   --
6.165
INVOLVE :   <obrŭtěti, -štǫ, -tiši>   wrap up, envelop, involve; return   --
8.344
ISKOROSTEN :   <Iskorostěnĭ>   Iskorosten (name of a city)   --
3.195, 3.221
IT :   <kako>   how, how is it that   --
8.224, 8.230, 8.237, 9.257, 9.260, 9.273
ITIL :   <Volga>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
IZBORSK :   <Izborĭskŭ>   Izborsk   --
2.31
JAROSLAV :   <Borisŭ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
JAROSLAV :   <Glěbŭ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
JAROSLAV :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
JAROSLAV :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
JAROSLAV :   <Prědŭslava>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
JAROSLAV :   <Svętoplŭkŭ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
JAROSLAVL :   <merja>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
JOIN :   <vŭvaditi, -važdǫ, -vadiši>   join; (refl.) introduce oneself, enter   --
3.145
JOINING :   <sŭkupŭ>   a joining; a convening, a coming together   --
6.48
JUDGE :   <sǫditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   judge, adjudicate   --
1.155
JUDGEMENT :   <urokŭ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
JULY :   <ijulii, ijulĭ>   (the month of) July   --
8.285
JUMP :   <skakati, -čǫ, -češi>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
JUST :   <pravŭ>   just, right, proper   --
1.157, 5.15
JUSTICE :   <pravĭda>   justice   --
1.118
KALENDS :   <kalanŭdi>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
KHAZAR :   <kozarinŭ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
KHAZARS :   <kozarinŭ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
KHORIV :   <Xorivŭ>   Khoriv, Xoriv (brother of Kyi)   --
2.195
KIEV :   <Kyevŭ>   Kiev, Kyiv (name of a city)   --
3.240, 5.310, 6.258, 7.181
KIEV :   <Kyi>   Kyi, Kii (legendary founder of Kiev)   --
2.193
KIEV :   <Kyjevŭ>   Kiev, Kyiv   --
3.336
KIEV :   <boričevŭ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
KIEV :   <kyjaninŭ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
4.274
KIEV :   <kyjevĭskŭ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
3.323, 5.33
KIEVAN :   <kyjaninŭ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
4.274
KIEVAN :   <kyjevĭskŭ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
3.323, 5.33
KII :   <Kyi>   Kyi, Kii (legendary founder of Kiev)   --
2.193
KILL :   <isěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši>   cut down; kill, slaughter   --
5.303
KILL :   <izbiti, -bijǫ, -biješi>   kill   --
7.151, 8.300
KILL :   <ubiti, -bijǫ, -biješi>   kill   --
3.155, 3.162, 3.197, 3.268, 4.70, 4.279, 5.140, 6.142, 9.166, 10.147
KILLING :   <ubijistvo>   killing, murder   --
9.10, 10.394
KIND :   <rodŭ>   race, kind, sort; generation; birth   --
1.121, 1.123, 2.10, 2.53, 2.151, 2.206
KINDLE :   <požešti, -gǫ, -žeši>   set on fire, kindle, ignite   --
7.134
KINDNESS :   <milostĭ>   grace, loving kindness   --
9.262
KING :   <knęžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   rule, be king, have power   --
1.222, 2.235
KITCHEN :   <věža>   cellar for storage; kitchen; tent   --
7.83
KNOW :   <poznati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   know   --
8.331
KNOW :   <razuměti, -ějǫ, -ěješi>   come to know, find out, know; understand   --
10.143
KNOW :   <uvěděti, -věmĭ, -věsi>   see; know, understand   --
8.377
KNOW :   <věděti, věmĭ, věsi>   see, know   --
6.138
KRIVITCHIANS :   <kriviči>   (pl.) the Krivitchians (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.35, 1.206, 2.112
KYI :   <Kyi>   Kyi, Kii (legendary founder of Kiev)   --
2.193
KYI :   <Xorivŭ>   Khoriv, Xoriv (brother of Kyi)   --
2.195
KYI :   <Ščekŭ>   Shchek, Shek (brother of Kyi)   --
2.194
KYIV :   <Kyevŭ>   Kiev, Kyiv (name of a city)   --
3.240, 5.310, 6.258, 7.181
KYIV :   <Kyjevŭ>   Kiev, Kyiv   --
3.336
KYIV :   <kyjaninŭ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
4.274
KYIV :   <kyjevĭskŭ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
3.323, 5.33
LADOGA :   <vesĭ>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
LAKE :   <Bělo Jezero>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
LAKE :   <slověninŭ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
LAKE :   <čjudĭ>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
LAKES :   <vesĭ>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
LANCE :   <kopĭje>   spear, lance; sword   --
6.50, 6.62
LAND :   <rusĭ>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
LAND :   <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
LARGE :   <obilĭnŭ>   copious, abundant, large   --
1.213
LARGE :   <velikŭ>   big, large, great   --
1.211, 4.209, 4.243, 4.305, 5.22, 5.206, 8.255
LATER :   <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
LAY :   <položiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   lay down, set down   --
8.410, 9.32
LEAD :   <obladati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
LEAD :   <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
LEAD :   <sŭvŭkupiti, -pljǫ, -piši>   lead together, collect, gather   --
2.227
LEAD :   <vesti, vedǫ, vedeši>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
LEADER :   <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
LEADER :   <starějišinŭ>   leader; prince   --
7.143
LEADER :   <voditelĭ>   leader, commander   --
8.196
LEAP :   <iskočiti, -čǫ, -čiši>   leap up, leap out, start   --
8.22
LEAP :   <skakati, -čǫ, -češi>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
LEAST :   <poně>   or, whether, or then; save, at least, anyhow   --
8.89
LEATHER :   <skora>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
LEAVE :   <ostaviti, -vl'jǫ, -viši>   let, leave, neglect, forget   --
9.9
LEAVE :   <ujediniti, -njǫ, -niši>   leave behind alone; unite   --
9.307
LEAVE :   <vŭzvratiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   return; turn away; (refl.) leave   --
5.308
LEFT :   <prokŭ>   remaining, left over; (subst.) the remnants, the rest   --
5.315, 7.159
LEGENDARY :   <Kyi>   Kyi, Kii (legendary founder of Kiev)   --
2.193
LESS :   <o>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
LESSEN :   <sŭměriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase   --
8.261, 10.167
LEST :   <jeda>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
LET :   <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
LET :   <ostaviti, -vl'jǫ, -viši>   let, leave, neglect, forget   --
9.9
LET :   <otŭpustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
4.193
LET :   <pustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
3.112, 5.30, 7.47
LEVEL :   <ravĭnŭ>   level, even   --
10.96
LIE :   <lešti, lęgǫ, lęžeši>   lie down, recline   --
4.155
LIFE :   <porězati, -zajǫ, -zaješi>   cut off (from life)   --
10.324
LIFE :   <žitĭje>   life   --
8.243, 9.314, 10.296
LIGHT :   <světŭ>   light   --
9.418
LIKE :   <aky>   as, like   --
4.75, 10.111
LIKE :   <jakože>   as, like, than, so as to   --
3.283
LIKE :   <sicĭ, sice, sica>   such, like this   --
6.166, 8.111, 9.187
LIKELY :   <gotinŭ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
LIMIT :   <konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
LIPS :   <usta>   (n. pl.) mouth, lips   --
10.357
LISTEN :   <poslušati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   hear, listen   --
3.55, 3.188
LISTLESS :   <utrŭpati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
LITERALLY :   <Bělo Jezero>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
LITERALLY :   <Cěsarĭ Gradŭ>   Byzantium, Constantinople (literally 'the Emperor's City')   --
2.149
LITERALLY :   <Novŭ Gradŭ>   Novgorod (literally 'Newtown')   --
2.23, 2.108, 2.237
LITURGY :   <služĭba>   service, forced service, slavery; liturgy; ministry   --
8.137
LIVE :   <požiti, -živǫ, -živeši>   live   --
9.315
LIVE :   <žiti, -živǫ, -živeši>   live   --
9.415
LIVING :   <polĭskŭ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
LIVING :   <živŭ>   alive, living   --
4.365, 8.283
LO :   <se>   lo, behold   --
1.180, 3.266, 5.128, 6.425, 9.337
LOC. :   <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
LOC. :   <o (ob)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
LOC. :   <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
LOC. :   <>   (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
LOCATED :   <Smolĭnĭskŭ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
LOCATED :   <kozarinŭ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
LOCATED :   <poljaninŭ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
LOCATED :   <slověninŭ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
LOCATED :   <sěverŭ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
LOCATION :   <podŭ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
LOFT :   <golǫbnikŭ>   dovecote, pigeon loft   --
7.70, 7.79
LOFT :   <odrina>   loft; stable   --
7.86
LOOK :   <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
LOOK :   <priniknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stoop to look, peer, look   --
4.338
LOOK :   <uzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look at, behold; see   --
2.168
LOOK :   <vŭzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
LOOK :   <zrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look at, behold; see   --
8.42
LOOSE :   <ispustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
LOOSE :   <platiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   loose, free, set free, pay   --
2.204, 7.162
LORD :   <gospodinŭ>   lord, master   --
9.192, 9.248, 9.348, 9.385, 10.257
LORD :   <gospodĭ>   lord, master   --
9.398, 10.215, 10.234, 10.269, 10.281
LOVE :   <ljubiti, -bljǫ, -biši>   love   --
8.76
LOVING :   <milostĭ>   grace, loving kindness   --
9.262
LOWER :   <boričevŭ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
LOWER :   <sŭměriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase   --
8.261, 10.167
M. :   <boričevŭ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
M. :   <xrabrŭ>   (m.) fighter, soldier; (adj.) strong   --
6.27
MAD :   <neistoviti sę, -vljǫ sę, -viši sę>   be mad, be furious   --
9.17
MAKE :   <pristroiti, -strojǫ, -stroiši>   prepare, make ready, arrange   --
5.134, 5.312
MAKE :   <sŭmiriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
MAKE :   <sŭtvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   do, make   --
3.281, 5.69, 5.150, 5.212, 6.263, 9.360, 10.202, 10.227
MAKE :   <uraniti, -njǫ, -niši>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
MAKE :   <vynositi, -šǫ, -siši>   carry off, make off with   --
3.150
MAL :   <Malŭ>   Mal (name of a prince)   --
3.142, 3.277, 4.103, 4.108
MALICE :   <zlobĭje>   malice   --
10.363, 10.380
MAN :   <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
MANY :   <jelikŭ>   how much, how many; as much, as many   --
8.155
MANY :   <mŭnogŭ>   much, many   --
2.225, 5.136, 5.167, 6.25, 8.173, 8.304, 9.371
MARTYRDOM :   <strastĭ>   suffering, woe; passion, martyrdom   --
9.410
MARVEL :   <počuditi sę, -ždǫ sę, -diši sę>   marvel at, wonder   --
8.254
MASTER :   <gospodinŭ>   lord, master   --
9.192, 9.248, 9.348, 9.385, 10.257
MASTER :   <gospodĭ>   lord, master   --
9.398, 10.215, 10.234, 10.269, 10.281
MATURE :   <sŭzrěti, -zrějǫ, -zrěješi>   mature; produce   --
10.298, 10.311
MAY :   <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
MEANING :   <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
MEANING :   <syrorězanĭje>   (meaning unclear) child-killing?   --
10.396
MEANING :   <sŭtǫga>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
MEET :   <protivŭ, protivǫ>   (adv.) opposite; (prep. w. dat.) according to; to meet   --
6.42
MEET :   <sŭrěsti, -ręštǫ, -ręšteši>   meet   --
10.45
MEET :   <upolučiti sę, -čǫ sę, -čiši sę>   be in the way, come upon, meet   --
9.395
MEMBER :   <velĭmoža>   member of the nobility, member of the aristocracy, noble, aristocrat   --
8.236
MEMBERS :   <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
MEN :   <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
MERCY :   <pomilovati, -lujǫ, -luješi>   pity, have mercy on   --
10.265, 10.268
MERIANS :   <merja>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
MERRY :   <obradovati, -dujǫ, -duješi>   show grace; rejoice, be merry   --
6.461
MILITARY :   <voevoda>   (military) commander, vojevoda   --
3.250
MILK :   <mlěko>   milk   --
10.313
MIND :   <umŭ>   mind, reason, intellect   --
9.30, 10.362, 10.367
MINE :   <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
MINISTER :   <služiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   minister (to), serve   --
5.230
MINISTRY :   <rabota>   ministry; servitude   --
7.154
MINISTRY :   <služĭba>   service, forced service, slavery; liturgy; ministry   --
8.137
MISTISHA :   <mistišinŭ>   of Mistisha, relating to Mistisha, Mistisha's   --
3.255
MOAN :   <stenati, -njǫ, -nješi>   groan, moan   --
9.206, 10.8
MOISTEN :   <omačati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   moisten, wet   --
10.14
MONTH :   <avŭgustŭ>   Augustus; (the month of) August   --
8.292
MONTH :   <ijulii, ijulĭ>   (the month of) July   --
8.285
MONTH :   <kalanŭdi>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
MONTH :   <měsęcĭ>   moon, month   --
8.284
MOON :   <měsęcĭ>   moon, month   --
8.284
MORE :   <bol'ĭi>   bigger, more   --
3.123, 9.16
MORE :   <pače>   more, even more   --
9.241
MORE :   <puštiji>   more pitiable, more wretched   --
4.357
MORNING :   <jutro, utro>   dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.161, 4.225
MORNING :   <nautrĭje>   morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.137
MORROW :   <jutro, utro>   dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.161, 4.225
MORROW :   <nautrĭje>   morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.137
MOTHER :   <bogorodica>   mother of God   --
3.363
MOTION :   <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
MOTION :   <poběditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
MOTION :   <podŭ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
MOUND :   <mogyla>   grave, tomb, burial mound   --
3.218, 5.205
MOUNTAIN :   <gora>   mountain   --
2.170, 3.322, 3.332, 3.365
MOURN :   <plakati, plačǫ, -češi>   weep, mourn   --
5.144, 5.195, 8.180, 9.204, 9.237, 9.240, 10.10
MOURN :   <sětovati, -tujǫ, -tuješi>   mourn   --
9.209
MOURN :   <tǫžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
MOURNING :   <unynĭje>   mourning, sadness; carelessness, negligence, neglect   --
9.402
MOUTH :   <usta>   (n. pl.) mouth, lips   --
10.357
MOUTH :   <ustĭ>   door, gate, entrance, mouth   --
10.47
MOVED :   <tǫžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
MOW :   <požęti, -žĭnjǫ, -žĭnješi>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
MUCH :   <jelikŭ>   how much, how many; as much, as many   --
8.155
MUCH :   <mŭnogŭ>   much, many   --
2.225, 5.136, 5.167, 6.25, 8.173, 8.304, 9.371
MURDER :   <ubijistvo>   killing, murder   --
9.10, 10.394
MUROM :   <Muromŭ>   Murom (name of a city)   --
2.120
MUROMA :   <muroma>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
MY :   <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
N. :   <usta>   (n. pl.) mouth, lips   --
10.357
NAKED :   <nagŭ>   naked   --
3.35, 8.199
NAME :   <Askoldŭ, Oskoldŭ>   Askold, Askuldr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.216
NAME :   <Asmudŭ>   Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name)   --
3.249, 6.85
NAME :   <Borisŭ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
NAME :   <Bělo Jezero>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
NAME :   <Dirŭ>   Dir (Scandinavian name)   --
2.219
NAME :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
NAME :   <Glěbŭ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
NAME :   <Igorĭ>   Igor, Ingvar (Scandinavian name)   --
3.24, 3.57, 3.190, 3.198, 3.216
NAME :   <Iskorostěnĭ>   Iskorosten (name of a city)   --
3.195, 3.221
NAME :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
NAME :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
NAME :   <Kyevŭ>   Kiev, Kyiv (name of a city)   --
3.240, 5.310, 6.258, 7.181
NAME :   <Malŭ>   Mal (name of a prince)   --
3.142, 3.277, 4.103, 4.108
NAME :   <Muromŭ>   Murom (name of a city)   --
2.120
NAME :   <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
NAME :   <Polotĭskŭ>   Polotsk (name of a city)   --
2.85, 2.111
NAME :   <Prědŭslava>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
NAME :   <Rjurikŭ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
NAME :   <Rostovŭ>   Rostov (name of a city)   --
2.87, 2.114
NAME :   <Sineusŭ>   Sineus, Signjutr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.26, 2.69
NAME :   <Smjadina>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
NAME :   <Smolĭnĭskŭ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
NAME :   <Svętoplŭkŭ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
NAME :   <Svętoslavŭ>   Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince)   --
3.245, 3.279, 6.22, 6.51
NAME :   <Svěnĭldŭ>   Sveinald (Scandinavian name)   --
3.252, 6.83
NAME :   <Truvorŭ>   Truvor, Thorvardhr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.32, 2.74
NAME :   <Vasiliji>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
NAME :   <Volga>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
NAME :   <Vyšegradŭ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
NAME :   <imę>   name   --
4.106
NAME :   <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
NATIVE :   <naselĭnikŭ>   inhabitant, resident; native; immigrant   --
2.106
NAVIGATE :   <pluti, plovǫ, ploveši>   flow; navigate, sail   --
10.97
NEAR :   <okrǫgŭ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) around, near   --
8.38
NEAR :   <prispěti, -spějǫ, -spěješi>   come; approach, near; hasten   --
10.15
NEAR :   <pristati, -stanǫ, -staneši>   stand near; be near, be present; come, arrive   --
3.311
NEAR :   <slověninŭ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
NEAR :   <u>   (w. gen.) near, at, by   --
2.136, 3.220, 6.303, 6.322, 6.330, 6.364, 6.382, 8.415, 9.397
NEAR :   <čjudĭ>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
NECESSITY :   <nevolja>   need, necessity   --
4.276
NECKLACE :   <grivĭna>   collar, necklace   --
8.318
NEED :   <nevolja>   need, necessity   --
4.276
NEGATION :   <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
NEGLECT :   <ostaviti, -vl'jǫ, -viši>   let, leave, neglect, forget   --
9.9
NEGLECT :   <unynĭje>   mourning, sadness; carelessness, negligence, neglect   --
9.402
NEGLECTFUL :   <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
NEGLIGENCE :   <unynĭje>   mourning, sadness; carelessness, negligence, neglect   --
9.402
NEGLIGENT :   <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
NEITHER :   <ni>   and not, nor, no; (repeated) neither... nor   --
4.179, 4.258, 6.326, 8.163
NEST :   <gnězdo>   couch, bed; nest   --
7.66
NEWTOWN :   <Novŭ Gradŭ>   Novgorod (literally 'Newtown')   --
2.23, 2.108, 2.237
NEXT :   <pročĭi, -čĭje, -čĭja>   the rest, next, remaining   --
7.148
NICEPHORUS :   <nikiforovŭ>   of Nicephorus   --
3.343
NINE :   <θ>   nine   --
1.78
NINTH :   <devjatyi>   ninth, 9th   --
8.290
NO :   <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
NO :   <ni>   and not, nor, no; (repeated) neither... nor   --
4.179, 4.258, 6.326, 8.163
NO :   <nikŭtože>   no one, nobody   --
10.199
NOBILITY :   <velĭmoža>   member of the nobility, member of the aristocracy, noble, aristocrat   --
8.236
NOBLE :   <bojarinŭ>   noble, aristocrat, bojar, boyar   --
2.144
NOBLE :   <naročitŭ>   established, well established, noteworthy, notable, noble   --
5.19
NOBLE :   <velĭmoža>   member of the nobility, member of the aristocracy, noble, aristocrat   --
8.236
NOBODY :   <nikŭtože>   no one, nobody   --
10.199
NOM. :   <o>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
NOR :   <ni>   and not, nor, no; (repeated) neither... nor   --
4.179, 4.258, 6.326, 8.163
NORMANS :   <nurmane>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
NORSE :   <nurmane>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
NORTHMEN :   <nurmane>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
NORWEGIANS :   <nurmane>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
NOT :   <gotinŭ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
NOT :   <jeda>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
NOT :   <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
NOT :   <ni>   and not, nor, no; (repeated) neither... nor   --
4.179, 4.258, 6.326, 8.163
NOTABLE :   <naročitŭ>   established, well established, noteworthy, notable, noble   --
5.19
NOTEWORTHY :   <naročitŭ>   established, well established, noteworthy, notable, noble   --
5.19
NOURISHED :   <vŭzdrasti, -stǫ, -steši>   be nourished, grow   --
10.329
NOVGOROD :   <Novŭ Gradŭ>   Novgorod (literally 'Newtown')   --
2.23, 2.108, 2.237
NOVGOROD :   <novŭgorodĭkŭ>   Novgorodian, of Novgorod   --
2.47, 2.51
NOVGOROD :   <slověninŭ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
NOVGORODIAN :   <novŭgorodĭkŭ>   Novgorodian, of Novgorod   --
2.47, 2.51
NOW :   <nyn'ja, nyně>   now   --
3.339, 4.149, 6.321, 9.357
NUMBER :   <čislo>   number   --
3.297
NUMERALS :   <do>   (w. gen.) to, up to; (with numerals) about   --
3.226, 9.7, 10.327
OAR :   <veslo>   oar   --
10.123
OBEDIENT :   <pokoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
OBEY :   <pokoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
OBJECT :   <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
OBJECT :   <podŭ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
OBTAIN :   <sŭstignǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
OFF :   <otŭsěknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   cut off   --
8.320
OFF :   <porězati, -zajǫ, -zaješi>   cut off (from life)   --
10.324
OFF :   <požęti, -žĭnjǫ, -žĭnješi>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
OFF :   <vesti, vedǫ, vedeši>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
OFF :   <vynositi, -šǫ, -siši>   carry off, make off with   --
3.150
OFTEN :   <dětĭ>   children; (often pl.) infants, children   --
10.360
OFTEN :   <o>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
OFTEN :   <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
OH :   <o>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
OKA :   <muroma>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
OLD :   <starostĭ>   old age   --
8.200
OLD :   <starŭ>   old   --
2.20
OLGA :   <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
OLGA :   <olĭzinŭ>   of Olga, related to Olga   --
7.191
ONE :   <bratonevavidĭnikŭ>   hostile to one's brother   --
10.25
ONE :   <edinŭ>   one, only   --
9.117
ONE :   <nikŭtože>   no one, nobody   --
10.199
ONE :   <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
ONE :   <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
ONE :   <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
ONE :   <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
ONE :   <tŭ, to, ta>   that, that one   --
1.175, 2.42, 2.48, 2.99, 2.123, 2.146, 5.163, 8.326
ONESELF :   <samŭ>   self, oneself   --
1.109, 1.132, 1.144, 5.294, 6.141
ONESELF :   <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
ONESELF :   <vŭvaditi, -važdǫ, -vadiši>   join; (refl.) introduce oneself, enter   --
3.145
ONLY :   <edinŭ>   one, only   --
9.117
ONLY :   <jeda>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
ONTO :   <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
OPINION :   <razumŭ>   understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought   --
9.372, 10.168
OPPOSITE :   <protivŭ, protivǫ>   (adv.) opposite; (prep. w. dat.) according to; to meet   --
6.42
OPPRESS :   <nasiliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   do violence to, force, oppress (w. dat.)   --
3.68
ORDER :   <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
ORDER :   <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
ORDER :   <narędŭ>   order   --
1.215
ORIGINALLY :   <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
ORPHAN :   <usiriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   deprive of parents, orphan; deprive (in general)   --
9.309
OTHER :   <drugŭ>   other   --
1.181, 1.184, 1.188, 2.25, 2.88, 7.13, 7.153
OTHER :   <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
OTHERWISE :   <jeda>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
OUR :   <našĭ>   our, of us   --
1.210, 4.88, 4.101, 4.278, 4.282, 5.247, 8.190
OUTRAGE :   <obida>   injustice, outrage, injury   --
6.253, 10.226, 10.246
OUTSIDE :   <kromě>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
OUTSIDE :   <vně>   (w. gen.) outside (of)   --
4.215
OVER :   <drŭžati, -žǫ, -žiši>   hold, have power over, rule   --
5.49
OVER :   <nadŭ>   (w. acc. or instr.) over, above   --
3.364, 5.146
OVER :   <obladati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
OVER :   <oblijati, -lějǫ, -lěješi>   pour over   --
8.132
OVER :   <posypati, -pljǫ, -plješi>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.367
OVER :   <prokŭ>   remaining, left over; (subst.) the remnants, the rest   --
5.315, 7.159
OVER :   <prědati, -damĭ, -dasi>   hand over, commend   --
6.148, 6.185, 7.155, 8.277, 9.265
OVER :   <vladěti, -dějǫ, -děješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
OVER :   <vŭzgarati, -rajǫ, -raješi>   burn; boil over   --
7.77
OVER :   <zasypati, -pljǫ, -plješi>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.363
OVERTAKE :   <sŭstignǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
OWN :   <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
PARENTS :   <usiriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   deprive of parents, orphan; deprive (in general)   --
9.309
PARK :   <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
PART :   <strěxa>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
PART :   <čęstĭ>   part   --
7.178
PARTICLE :   <o>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
PARTICULAR :   <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
PARTICULAR :   <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
PASS :   <konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
PASSION :   <strastĭ>   suffering, woe; passion, martyrdom   --
9.410
PAST :   <mimo>   past, by   --
2.166
PASTURE :   <raspasti, -sǫ, -seši>   pasture, feed   --
4.93
PATTERN :   <čĭstĭ>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
PAY :   <platiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   loose, free, set free, pay   --
2.204, 7.162
PAYMENT :   <urokŭ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
PEACE :   <mirŭ>   world; peace   --
8.141, 8.228
PEACE :   <sŭmiriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
PEDAGOGUE :   <krŭmilĭcĭ>   tutor, teacher, pedagogue   --
3.247
PEER :   <priniknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stoop to look, peer, look   --
4.338
PEIPUS :   <čjudĭ>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
PELT :   <skora>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
PEOPLE :   <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
PEOPLE :   <plŭkŭ>   crowd; people, population; cohort, troop   --
6.46
PERCEIVE :   <uzĭrěti, -r'jǫ, -riši>   see, perceive   --
9.325, 10.58, 10.65
PEREDSLAVA :   <Prědŭslava>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
PERFECT :   <sŭvrĭšiti, -šǫ, -šiši>   prepare, perfect, complete   --
10.368
PERFORMANCE :   <konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
PERISH :   <izgybati, -bajǫ -bljǫ, -baješi -blješi>   perish, be destroyed   --
2.200
PERMITTED :   <lĭzě>   permitted, allowable; (w. 'to be') be possible   --
7.104
PERSONAL :   <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
PICK :   <vŭzęti, -zĭmǫ, -zĭmeši>   pick up, take   --
6.162, 7.131
PIECE :   <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
PIERCE :   <pronĭznǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   pierce, pierce through, transfix   --
8.9
PIGEON :   <golǫbnikŭ>   dovecote, pigeon loft   --
7.70, 7.79
PIGEON :   <golǫbĭ>   dove, pigeon   --
6.346, 6.403, 7.10, 7.19, 7.48, 7.60
PINE :   <borĭje>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
PINE :   <skora>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
PIT :   <jama>   pit, hole   --
4.208, 4.327
PITIABLE :   <milŭ>   wretched, pitiable; excusable   --
8.67, 8.74, 8.191, 9.381, 10.186, 10.344
PITIABLE :   <puštiji>   more pitiable, more wretched   --
4.357
PITY :   <pomilovati, -lujǫ, -luješi>   pity, have mercy on   --
10.265, 10.268
PIVOT :   <konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
PLACE :   <pokoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
PLACE :   <stojati, stojǫ, stoiši>   stand, stay in place   --
6.157, 8.37, 8.41
PLACE :   <ustavljati, -jajǫ, -jaješi>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
PLACENAME :   <Derevy>   Dereva (placename)   --
3.60, 3.224
PLEASING :   <ljubŭ>   dear; pleasing; choice, chosen   --
4.122
PLURAL :   <kalanŭdi>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
POINT :   <konĭcĭ>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
POLAN :   <poljaninŭ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
POLIAN :   <poljaninŭ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
POLIAN :   <polĭskŭ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
POLIANIAN :   <poljaninŭ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
POLIANIAN :   <polĭskŭ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
POLIANIANS :   <poljaninŭ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
POLJAN :   <polĭskŭ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
POLJANIAN :   <polĭskŭ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
POLOTSK :   <Polotĭskŭ>   Polotsk (name of a city)   --
2.85, 2.111
POMPOSITY :   <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
POPULATION :   <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
POPULATION :   <plŭkŭ>   crowd; people, population; cohort, troop   --
6.46
POSS. :   <otĭnĭ>   (poss. adj.) of the father, father's   --
9.142
POSSESS :   <iměti, imějǫ, iměješi>   have, possess   --
10.31
POSSESSION :   <iměnĭe>   having, possession, property   --
3.124
POSSIBLE :   <lĭzě>   permitted, allowable; (w. 'to be') be possible   --
7.104
POSTS :   <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
POUR :   <oblijati, -lějǫ, -lěješi>   pour over   --
8.132
POUR :   <razlivati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   pour out   --
10.174
POUR :   <sunǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   pour out   --
6.49
POWER :   <drŭžati, -žǫ, -žiši>   hold, have power over, rule   --
5.49
POWER :   <knęžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   rule, be king, have power   --
1.222, 2.235
POWER :   <vladěti, -dějǫ, -děješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
POWER :   <vlastĭ>   rule, power, authority; despotic rule, tyranny   --
2.77
POWERFUL :   <krěpŭkŭ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
PRAY :   <moliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.65, 8.110, 9.399, 10.340
PRAY :   <pomoliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.90
PRECIOUS :   <dragŭ>   dear, precious   --
8.193, 10.188
PREDSLAVA :   <Borisŭ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
PREDSLAVA :   <Glěbŭ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
PREDSLAVA :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
PREDSLAVA :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
PREDSLAVA :   <Prědŭslava>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
PREDSLAVA :   <Svętoplŭkŭ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
PREFER :   <uniti, -njǫ, -niši>   want; desire; beg; prefer   --
9.343
PREP. :   <kromě>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
PREP. :   <okrǫgŭ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) around, near   --
8.38
PREP. :   <protivŭ, protivǫ>   (adv.) opposite; (prep. w. dat.) according to; to meet   --
6.42
PREP. :   <vŭzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
PREPARE :   <pristroiti, -strojǫ, -stroiši>   prepare, make ready, arrange   --
5.134, 5.312
PREPARE :   <sŭvrĭšiti, -šǫ, -šiši>   prepare, perfect, complete   --
10.368
PRESCRIBE :   <ustavljati, -jajǫ, -jaješi>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
PRESENT :   <pristati, -stanǫ, -staneši>   stand near; be near, be present; come, arrive   --
3.311
PRIDE :   <veličĭje>   greatness, pride   --
8.240
PRINCE :   <Borisŭ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
PRINCE :   <Glěbŭ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
PRINCE :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
PRINCE :   <Malŭ>   Mal (name of a prince)   --
3.142, 3.277, 4.103, 4.108
PRINCE :   <Svętoplŭkŭ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
PRINCE :   <Svętoslavŭ>   Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince)   --
3.245, 3.279, 6.22, 6.51
PRINCE :   <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
PRINCE :   <kŭnęžĭ>   of a prince, relating to a prince, princely   --
3.353
PRINCE :   <starějišinŭ>   leader; prince   --
7.143
PRINCELY :   <kŭnęžĭ>   of a prince, relating to a prince, princely   --
3.353
PRINCESS :   <Prědŭslava>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
PRINCESS :   <kŭnęgyni>   princess   --
4.34, 4.281
PRIZE :   <trizna, tryzna>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
PROCURE :   <sŭstignǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
PRODUCE :   <gorěti, -rjǫ, -riši>   burn; (refl.) produce smoke, be black with smoke   --
7.100
PRODUCE :   <sŭzrěti, -zrějǫ, -zrěješi>   mature; produce   --
10.298, 10.311
PROJECTING :   <strěxa>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
PROP :   <potŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
PROPER :   <Vyšegradŭ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
PROPER :   <pravŭ>   just, right, proper   --
1.157, 5.15
PROPERTY :   <iměnĭe>   having, possession, property   --
3.124
PROVIDE :   <dajati, dajǫ, daješi>   give, provide   --
6.306, 6.340
PUNGENT :   <gorĭkŭ>   bitter, pungent, unpleasant   --
8.107, 8.171, 8.178, 9.182
PURSUE :   <sŭstignǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
PURSUE :   <tešti, tekǫ, tečeši>   run, rush, flow; follow, pursue   --
3.320
PUT :   <gasiti, -šǫ, -siši>   extinguish, put out   --
7.105
PUT :   <ustavljati, -jajǫ, -jaješi>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
QUARRY :   <dělati, -lajǫ, -laješi>   work, toil; till; quarry   --
6.194
QUESTION :   <uprositi, -šǫ, -siši>   ask, interrogate, question   --
2.173
QUICK :   <bŭrzŭ>   rapid, quick   --
9.43, 9.62
QUICK :   <uraniti, -njǫ, -niši>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
QUICKLY :   <uraniti, -njǫ, -niši>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
QUOTATION :   <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
RACE :   <rodŭ>   race, kind, sort; generation; birth   --
1.121, 1.123, 2.10, 2.53, 2.151, 2.206
RAISE :   <krěsiti, -šǫ, -siši>   rouse, wake, raise   --
4.132
RAISE :   <veličati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   raise; (refl.) be raised, be exalted, be elated, be conceited   --
4.158
RAISE :   <vŭsklanjati, -njajǫ, -njaješi>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
RAISED :   <veličati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   raise; (refl.) be raised, be exalted, be elated, be conceited   --
4.158
RANK :   <čĭstĭ>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
RAPID :   <bŭrzŭ>   rapid, quick   --
9.43, 9.62
REACHES :   <boričevŭ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
READY :   <pristroiti, -strojǫ, -stroiši>   prepare, make ready, arrange   --
5.134, 5.312
REAP :   <požęti, -žĭnjǫ, -žĭnješi>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
REASON :   <umŭ>   mind, reason, intellect   --
9.30, 10.362, 10.367
RECEIVE :   <vŭsprijęti, -imǫ, -imeši>   take up, receive   --
8.399, 9.282, 9.411
RECLINE :   <lešti, lęgǫ, lęžeši>   lie down, recline   --
4.155
RECLINE :   <vŭsklanjati, -njajǫ, -njaješi>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
RECONCILE :   <sŭmiriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
RECOUNT :   <pověděti, -věmĭ, -věsi>   announce, report, recount   --
4.6, 6.458
REDUCE :   <sŭměriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase   --
8.261, 10.167
REGION :   <Bělo Jezero>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
REGION :   <merja>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
REGION :   <muroma>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
REGION :   <zamorĭje>   a transmarine region, (any) region across the sea   --
1.22
REIGN :   <obladati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
REJOICE :   <obradovati, -dujǫ, -duješi>   show grace; rejoice, be merry   --
6.461
REJOICE :   <veseliti, -l'jǫ, -liši>   entertain; (refl.) rejoice   --
8.233
REJOICE :   <vŭzdradovati sę, -dujǫ sę, -duješi sę>   be happy, rejoice   --
10.61
RELATED :   <drěvĭskŭ>   of Dereva, related to Dereva, Derevlian   --
4.64, 4.95, 4.110, 5.50, 6.31, 7.203
RELATED :   <olĭzinŭ>   of Olga, related to Olga   --
7.191
RELATED :   <strŭdĭčinŭ>   of the heart, related to the heart, heart's   --
9.185
RELATING :   <boričevŭ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
RELATING :   <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
RELATING :   <igorevŭ>   of Igor, Igor's, relating to Igor   --
4.359
RELATING :   <kŭnęžĭ>   of a prince, relating to a prince, princely   --
3.353
RELATING :   <mistišinŭ>   of Mistisha, relating to Mistisha, Mistisha's   --
3.255
RELATING :   <rusĭskŭ>   Rus (Rus'), of the Rus, relating to the Rus, Rusian, Russian   --
2.45, 3.269
RELATING :   <svěnĭlžĭ>   of Sveinald, relating to Sveinald, Sveinald's   --
3.26
RELATING :   <trěmĭnŭ>   of a tower, relating to a tower, relating to a castle   --
3.367, 4.214
RELIANCE :   <drŭznovenĭje>   daring, audacity; trust, confidence, reliance   --
9.396
REMAIN :   <ostati, ostanǫ, ostaneši>   stay behind, remain   --
2.220
REMAIN :   <sěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   sit, remain   --
2.203, 3.328, 4.227, 4.301, 5.222
REMAINING :   <dosěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
REMAINING :   <prokŭ>   remaining, left over; (subst.) the remnants, the rest   --
5.315, 7.159
REMAINING :   <pročĭi, -čĭje, -čĭja>   the rest, next, remaining   --
7.148
REMNANTS :   <prokŭ>   remaining, left over; (subst.) the remnants, the rest   --
5.315, 7.159
REMOVE :   <otŭčužditi, -dǫ, -diši>   separate, remove   --
9.363
REMOVE :   <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
RENOUNCE :   <otŭvrěšti, -vrĭgǫ, -vrĭgeši>   throw away, renounce   --
8.322
REPAST :   <trizna, tryzna>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
REPEATED :   <ni>   and not, nor, no; (repeated) neither... nor   --
4.179, 4.258, 6.326, 8.163
REPEATED :   <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
REPORT :   <pověděti, -věmĭ, -věsi>   announce, report, recount   --
4.6, 6.458
REPORT :   <věstĭ>   announcement, report; rumor; fame   --
9.136
REPROVER :   <kazatelĭ>   corrector, reprover   --
8.202
RESIDENCE :   <trěmŭ>   tower, castle; home, residence   --
3.371, 4.229
RESIDENT :   <naselĭnikŭ>   inhabitant, resident; native; immigrant   --
2.106
RESPIRATION :   <vŭzdyxanĭje>   respiration, breathing; sigh, groan   --
8.177, 10.171
REST :   <prokŭ>   remaining, left over; (subst.) the remnants, the rest   --
5.315, 7.159
REST :   <pročĭi, -čĭje, -čĭja>   the rest, next, remaining   --
7.148
RETAINERS :   <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
RETINUE :   <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
RETINUE :   <sŭměr'enĭje>   humility; retinue   --
8.257, 8.263
RETURN :   <obrŭtěti, -štǫ, -tiši>   wrap up, envelop, involve; return   --
8.344
RETURN :   <otŭdajati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   donate, give, give as a give; give in exchange, give in return   --
8.87
RETURN :   <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
RETURN :   <vŭspętĭ>   back, toward the back, in reverse, in return   --
3.89
RETURN :   <vŭzvratiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   return; turn away; (refl.) leave   --
5.308
REVEL :   <skakati, -čǫ, -češi>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
REVENGE :   <mĭštati, -tajǫ, -taješi>   defend against, revenge, avenge   --
6.235, 6.251, 6.278
REVERENCE :   <čĭstĭ>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
REVERSE :   <vŭspętĭ>   back, toward the back, in reverse, in return   --
3.89
RIDE :   <jaxati (jad-), -xajǫ, -xaješi>   be carried, ride, go   --
4.176, 4.255
RIGHT :   <abĭe>   right away   --
8.275, 10.121
RIGHT :   <pravŭ>   just, right, proper   --
1.157, 5.15
RISE :   <uraniti, -njǫ, -niši>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
RIVER :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
RIVER :   <Smjadina>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
RIVER :   <Smolĭnĭskŭ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
RIVER :   <Volga>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
RIVER :   <merja>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
RIVER :   <muroma>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
RIVER :   <poljaninŭ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
RIVERS :   <sěverŭ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
RJURIK :   <Rjurikŭ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
ROCK :   <kamy>   stone, rock   --
3.372
ROOF :   <strěxa>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
ROSTOV :   <Rostovŭ>   Rostov (name of a city)   --
2.87, 2.114
ROSTOV :   <merja>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
ROUSE :   <krěsiti, -šǫ, -siši>   rouse, wake, raise   --
4.132
ROW :   <greti, grebǫ, grebeši>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
RUIN :   <paguba>   capture; destruction, ruin; disease; corruption   --
9.281
RULE :   <drŭžati, -žǫ, -žiši>   hold, have power over, rule   --
5.49
RULE :   <knęžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   rule, be king, have power   --
1.222, 2.235
RULE :   <obladati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
RULE :   <ustavŭ>   end; boundary; rule; definition   --
7.212
RULE :   <vladěti, -dějǫ, -děješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
RULE :   <vlastĭ>   rule, power, authority; despotic rule, tyranny   --
2.77
RUMOR :   <věstĭ>   announcement, report; rumor; fame   --
9.136
RUN :   <letěti, -štǫ, -tiši>   fly; run   --
6.63
RUN :   <sŭkrušiti, -šǫ, -šiši>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
RUN :   <tešti, tekǫ, tečeši>   run, rush, flow; follow, pursue   --
3.320
RURIK :   <Rjurikŭ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
RUS :   <rusĭ>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
RUS :   <rusĭskŭ>   Rus (Rus'), of the Rus, relating to the Rus, Rusian, Russian   --
2.45, 3.269
RUSH :   <tešti, tekǫ, tečeši>   run, rush, flow; follow, pursue   --
3.320
RUSH :   <ustrĭmiti sę, -mljǫ, -miši>   hasten, rush; be eager   --
6.121
RUSIAN :   <rusĭskŭ>   Rus (Rus'), of the Rus, relating to the Rus, Rusian, Russian   --
2.45, 3.269
RUSS. :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
RUSSIA :   <rusĭ>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
RUSSIAN :   <rusĭskŭ>   Rus (Rus'), of the Rus, relating to the Rus, Rusian, Russian   --
2.45, 3.269
RYURIK :   <Rjurikŭ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
SACRIFICE :   <sěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
SAD :   <žalostĭnŭ>   sad   --
8.179, 10.178
SADNESS :   <pečalĭ>   sadness, affliction   --
8.170, 9.184
SADNESS :   <unynĭje>   mourning, sadness; carelessness, negligence, neglect   --
9.402
SAIL :   <pluti, plovǫ, ploveši>   flow; navigate, sail   --
10.97
SAINT :   <Vasiliji>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
SAKE :   <radi>   (w. gen.) for, for the sake of, because of   --
4.49
SALLY :   <poběditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
SALUTATION :   <cělovanĭje>   salutation, greeting, embrace   --
10.81
SALUTATION :   <poklonŭ>   bow; worship; salutation, greeting   --
6.413
SAVAGE :   <tęžĭkŭ>   grave; burdensome; savage; intolerable   --
6.354, 7.176
SAVE :   <poně>   or, whether, or then; save, at least, anyhow   --
8.89
SAY :   <glagolati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi>   say, speak   --
3.171, 4.47, 4.237, 6.177, 8.36, 8.71, 8.186, 9.188
SAY :   <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
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Askoldŭ, Oskoldŭ>   Askold, Askuldr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.216
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Asmudŭ>   Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name)   --
3.249, 6.85
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Dirŭ>   Dir (Scandinavian name)   --
2.219
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Igorĭ>   Igor, Ingvar (Scandinavian name)   --
3.24, 3.57, 3.190, 3.198, 3.216
SCANDINAVIAN :   <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
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Rjurikŭ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Sineusŭ>   Sineus, Signjutr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.26, 2.69
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Svěnĭldŭ>   Sveinald (Scandinavian name)   --
3.252, 6.83
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Truvorŭ>   Truvor, Thorvardhr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.32, 2.74
SCANDINAVIAN :   <nurmane>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
SCANDINAVIAN :   <rusĭ>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
SCANDINAVIAN :   <svijinŭ>   Swedish, of Sweden (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.183
SCANDINAVIANS :   <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
SCRAPE :   <greti, grebǫ, grebeši>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
SCRATCH :   <sěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
SEA :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
SEA :   <Volga>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
SEA :   <mor'e>   sea   --
1.101, 1.168
SEA :   <zamorĭje>   a transmarine region, (any) region across the sea   --
1.22
SEARCH :   <iskati, -štǫ, -šteši>   seek, search for   --
1.147
SEARCH :   <isprositi, -žǫ, -siši>   seek, search (for); gain by asking   --
2.147
SECOND :   <vŭtoryi, -roje, -raja>   second, following   --
6.259
SEDITION :   <ǫsobica>   discord, strife, sedition   --
1.128
SEE :   <uvěděti, -věmĭ, -věsi>   see; know, understand   --
8.377
SEE :   <uzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look at, behold; see   --
2.168
SEE :   <uzĭrěti, -r'jǫ, -riši>   see, perceive   --
9.325, 10.58, 10.65
SEE :   <viděti, viždǫ, vidiši>   see   --
8.264, 10.141
SEE :   <věděti, věmĭ, věsi>   see, know   --
6.138
SEE :   <zrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look at, behold; see   --
8.42
SEED :   <plemę>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
SEEK :   <iskati, -štǫ, -šteši>   seek, search for   --
1.147
SEEK :   <isprositi, -žǫ, -siši>   seek, search (for); gain by asking   --
2.147
SEIZE :   <grabiti, -bljǫ, -biši>   seize, snatch   --
4.79
SEIZE :   <jęti, imǫ, imeši>   take, seize; (refl.) take to, set out, start on   --
6.189, 6.213, 6.230
SEIZE :   <pojęti, -imǫ, -imeši>   take, seize   --
2.13, 3.270, 5.179
SEIZE :   <prijęti, priimǫ, priimeši>   take, seize   --
2.76, 10.85
SEIZE :   <vŭsxytati, -tajǫ, -taješi>   seize, snatch   --
4.77
SEJM :   <sěverŭ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
SELECT :   <izbrati, -berǫ, -bereši>   elect, select, choose   --
2.6
SELF :   <samŭ>   self, oneself   --
1.109, 1.132, 1.144, 5.294, 6.141
SELF :   <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
SEND :   <ispustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
SEND :   <otŭpustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
4.193
SEND :   <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
SEND :   <prisŭlati, -ljǫ, -lješi>   send   --
5.17, 9.152
SEND :   <pustiti, -štǫ, -stiši>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
3.112, 5.30, 7.47
SENSE :   <razumŭ>   understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought   --
9.372, 10.168
SEPARATE :   <otŭčužditi, -dǫ, -diši>   separate, remove   --
9.363
SERVANT :   <otrokŭ>   boy, servant   --
3.25, 5.228, 5.281, 8.303
SERVANT :   <rabŭ>   servant   --
10.284
SERVANT :   <sluga>   servant   --
10.22
SERVE :   <služiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   minister (to), serve   --
5.230
SERVICE :   <služĭba>   service, forced service, slavery; liturgy; ministry   --
8.137
SERVITUDE :   <rabota>   ministry; servitude   --
7.154
SET :   <jęti, imǫ, imeši>   take, seize; (refl.) take to, set out, start on   --
6.189, 6.213, 6.230
SET :   <platiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   loose, free, set free, pay   --
2.204, 7.162
SET :   <poběditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
SET :   <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
SET :   <položiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   lay down, set down   --
8.410, 9.32
SET :   <potŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
SET :   <požešti, -gǫ, -žeši>   set on fire, kindle, ignite   --
7.134
SET :   <staviti, -vljǫ, -viši>   set, establish   --
7.161
SET :   <ustavljati, -jajǫ, -jaješi>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
SET :   <zažešti, -žegǫ, -žežeši>   set on fire, ignite, burn   --
5.108
SEVEN :   <z>   seven   --
1.10
SEVENTY :   <o>   seventy   --
1.90
SEVERIAN :   <sěverŭ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
SEX :   <polŭ, polu>   side, bank, shore; sex; half   --
9.89
SHAKING :   <straxŭ>   shaking; terror   --
8.167, 10.130
SHATTER :   <sŭkrušiti, -šǫ, -šiši>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
SHCHEK :   <Ščekŭ>   Shchek, Shek (brother of Kyi)   --
2.194
SHED :   <klětĭ>   house; household; basement, cellar; shed   --
7.81
SHEEP :   <ovĭca>   sheep   --
3.148
SHEK :   <Ščekŭ>   Shchek, Shek (brother of Kyi)   --
2.194
SHELL :   <skora>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
SHINE :   <blĭštati sę, -štǫ sę, -štiši sę>   shine, glisten; shine, be bright   --
10.110
SHIP :   <greti, grebǫ, grebeši>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
SHIP :   <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
SHOOT :   <plemę>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
SHORE :   <polŭ, polu>   side, bank, shore; sex; half   --
9.89
SHORT :   <zĭrěimo>   visible horizon, distance of eyesight; short distance   --
9.116
SHOW :   <obradovati, -dujǫ, -duješi>   show grace; rejoice, be merry   --
6.461
SHUT :   <tǫžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
SHUT :   <zaprěti, -prǫ, -preši>   close, shut   --
5.95
SHUT :   <zatvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   close, shut   --
6.107, 6.128
SIDE :   <kromě>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
SIDE :   <polŭ, polu>   side, bank, shore; sex; half   --
9.89
SIEGE :   <osada>   siege   --
6.379
SIGH :   <vŭzdyxanĭje>   respiration, breathing; sigh, groan   --
8.177, 10.171
SIGH :   <vŭzdŭxnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   groan, sigh   --
8.108
SIGNJUTR :   <Sineusŭ>   Sineus, Signjutr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.26, 2.69
SINCE :   <ide>   where; since; however   --
3.337, 3.357, 5.139, 7.98
SINEUS :   <Sineusŭ>   Sineus, Signjutr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.26, 2.69
SISTER :   <Prědŭslava>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
SIT :   <sěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   sit, remain   --
2.203, 3.328, 4.227, 4.301, 5.222
SIT :   <sěsti, sědǫ, -deši>   sit down   --
2.22
SIT :   <vŭsěsti, -sędǫ, -sędeši>   sit, sit down; come down   --
9.66
SITTING :   <dosěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
SIX :   <dz>   six; six thousand   --
1.7, 1.62, 1.75, 1.88, 3.7, 6.7
SIXTY :   <ks>   sixty   --
1.9, 1.64, 1.77
SIZE :   <selikŭ>   of this size, such   --
9.338
SKIN :   <skora>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
SKY :   <nebo>   heaven, sky   --
8.103
SLAUGHTER :   <isěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši>   cut down; kill, slaughter   --
5.303
SLAUGHTER :   <sěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
SLAVERY :   <služĭba>   service, forced service, slavery; liturgy; ministry   --
8.137
SLAVIC :   <kriviči>   (pl.) the Krivitchians (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.35, 1.206, 2.112
SLAVIC :   <poljaninŭ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
SLAVIC :   <polĭskŭ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
SLAVIC :   <sěverŭ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
SLAVIC :   <vjatiči>   (pl.) the Vjatichi, Viatichi, Vyatichi (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.46
SLIP :   <ispasti, -padǫ, -padeši>   fall out, turn out, fall down, slip out, escape   --
10.126
SLOVENE :   <slověninŭ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
SMALL :   <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
SMIADIN :   <Smjadina>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SMIADINA :   <Smjadina>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SMIADYN :   <Smjadina>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SMITE :   <sŭkrušiti, -šǫ, -šiši>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
SMJADIN :   <Smjadina>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SMJADINA :   <Smjadina>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SMJADYN :   <Smjadina>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SMOKE :   <dymŭ>   smoke; hearth, home   --
1.52
SMOKE :   <gorěti, -rjǫ, -riši>   burn; (refl.) produce smoke, be black with smoke   --
7.100
SMOLENSK :   <Smolĭnĭskŭ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
SMYADINA :   <Smjadina>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SNATCH :   <grabiti, -bljǫ, -biši>   seize, snatch   --
4.79
SNATCH :   <vŭsxytati, -tajǫ, -taješi>   seize, snatch   --
4.77
SO :   <jakože>   as, like, than, so as to   --
3.283
SO :   <sice>   thus, so   --
1.173, 4.67, 5.71, 5.127, 10.6
SOLDIER :   <xrabrŭ>   (m.) fighter, soldier; (adj.) strong   --
6.27
SOME :   <kŭi, koe, koja>   which?, what?; some, any   --
10.225, 10.245
SOMETIME :   <kogda>   when; sometime   --
6.256, 6.262
SON :   <synŭ>   son   --
3.242, 6.20, 6.124, 7.206
SORROW :   <sětovanĭje>   sorrow   --
9.208
SORT :   <rodŭ>   race, kind, sort; generation; birth   --
1.121, 1.123, 2.10, 2.53, 2.151, 2.206
SOUL :   <duša>   soul   --
8.184, 8.278, 10.30, 10.62
SOUND :   <glasŭ>   voice, sound, word   --
10.179
SPACE :   <tǫžiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
SPARROW :   <vrabiji>   sparrow   --
6.349, 6.407, 7.15, 7.22, 7.50, 7.63, 7.71
SPEAK :   <glagolati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi>   say, speak   --
3.171, 4.47, 4.237, 6.177, 8.36, 8.71, 8.186, 9.188
SPEAR :   <kopĭje>   spear, lance; sword   --
6.50, 6.62
SPECIES :   <plemę>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
SPEECH :   <glagolŭ>   word, speech   --
8.112
SPEECH :   <rěčĭ>   speech   --
4.125
SPREAD :   <obŭnažiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
SPRING :   <skakati, -čǫ, -češi>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
SPROUT :   <plemę>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
SQUIRREL :   <věverica>   squirrel   --
1.50
STABLE :   <odrina>   loft; stable   --
7.86
STADIUM :   <trizna, tryzna>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
STAFF :   <žĭzlŭ>   staff, walking stick   --
8.201
STAND :   <pristati, -stanǫ, -staneši>   stand near; be near, be present; come, arrive   --
3.311
STAND :   <stati, stanǫ, staneši>   stand   --
9.118
STAND :   <stojati, stojǫ, stoiši>   stand, stay in place   --
6.157, 8.37, 8.41
STAND :   <vŭstati, -stanǫ, -staneši>   stand up, break out   --
1.120
STANDING :   <pěšĭ>   on foot, foot-borne, standing   --
4.180
START :   <iskočiti, -čǫ, -čiši>   leap up, leap out, start   --
8.22
START :   <jęti, imǫ, imeši>   take, seize; (refl.) take to, set out, start on   --
6.189, 6.213, 6.230
STAY :   <ostati, ostanǫ, ostaneši>   stay behind, remain   --
2.220
STAY :   <stojati, stojǫ, stoiši>   stand, stay in place   --
6.157, 8.37, 8.41
STEER :   <greti, grebǫ, grebeši>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
STEP :   <pristǫpiti, -pl'jǫ, -piši>   come up to, step up   --
8.50, 8.135
STICK :   <potŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
STICK :   <žĭzlŭ>   staff, walking stick   --
8.201
STIFF :   <utrŭpati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
STILL :   <ešče>   still   --
3.104
STILL :   <ješče>   yet, still   --
10.383
STIPEND :   <urokŭ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
STONE :   <kamy>   stone, rock   --
3.372
STOOP :   <priniknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stoop to look, peer, look   --
4.338
STORAGE :   <věža>   cellar for storage; kitchen; tent   --
7.83
STRENUOUSLY :   <krěpŭkŭ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
STRIFE :   <ǫsobica>   discord, strife, sedition   --
1.128
STRIKE :   <potŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
STRIKE :   <sŭkrušiti, -šǫ, -šiši>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
STRIKE :   <udariti, -rjǫ, -riši>   strike, beat   --
6.67
STRIP :   <obŭnažiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
STRIVE :   <potęgnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   work, be useful, strive, be strong, be able   --
6.89
STRONG :   <krěpŭkŭ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
STRONG :   <potęgnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   work, be useful, strive, be strong, be able   --
6.89
STRONG :   <sŭdraviti, -vljǫ, -viši>   be healthy, be strong   --
9.49
STRONG :   <xrabrŭ>   (m.) fighter, soldier; (adj.) strong   --
6.27
STRUCTURE :   <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
SUBJECT :   <pokoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
SUBMIT :   <pokoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
SUCH :   <selikŭ>   of this size, such   --
9.338
SUCH :   <sicĭ, sice, sica>   such, like this   --
6.166, 8.111, 9.187
SUDDENLY :   <vŭnezaapǫ>   suddenly   --
10.16
SUFFERING :   <strastĭ>   suffering, woe; passion, martyrdom   --
9.410
SULA :   <sěverŭ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
SULFUR :   <cěrĭ>   sulfur   --
7.24
SUMMER :   <lěto>   year, summer   --
1.6, 1.61, 1.74, 1.87, 2.68, 3.6, 3.21, 6.6, 6.159
SUMMON :   <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
SUMMON :   <prozvati, -zovǫ, -zoveši>   call, summon   --
2.44
SUMMON :   <vŭzvati, -zovǫ, -zoveši>   call, summon   --
4.12
SUMMON :   <zvati, zovǫ, zoveši>   cry out; call, summon   --
1.176, 1.182, 4.238, 9.45
SUPPLY :   <urokŭ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
SURFACE :   <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
SURROUNDING :   <Bělo Jezero>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
SVEINALD :   <Svěnĭldŭ>   Sveinald (Scandinavian name)   --
3.252, 6.83
SVEINALD :   <svěnĭlžĭ>   of Sveinald, relating to Sveinald, Sveinald's   --
3.26
SVIATOPOLK :   <Svętoplŭkŭ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
SVIATOSLAV :   <Svętoslavŭ>   Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince)   --
3.245, 3.279, 6.22, 6.51
SVJATOPOLK :   <Borisŭ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
SVJATOPOLK :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
SVJATOPOLK :   <Prědŭslava>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
SVJATOPOLK :   <Svętoplŭkŭ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
SVJATOSLAV :   <Glěbŭ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
SVJATOSLAV :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
SVJATOSLAV :   <Svętoslavŭ>   Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince)   --
3.245, 3.279, 6.22, 6.51
SVYATOPOLK :   <Svętoplŭkŭ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
SVYATOSLAV :   <Svętoslavŭ>   Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince)   --
3.245, 3.279, 6.22, 6.51
SWEDEN :   <svijinŭ>   Swedish, of Sweden (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.183
SWEDISH :   <svijinŭ>   Swedish, of Sweden (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.183
SWORD :   <kopĭje>   spear, lance; sword   --
6.50, 6.62
SWORD :   <mečĭ>   sword   --
8.385, 10.106
SWORD :   <orǫžĭe>   weapon, sword   --
3.30
TABERNACLE :   <šatĭrŭ>   tabernacle, tent   --
8.24, 8.346
TAKE :   <greti, grebǫ, grebeši>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
TAKE :   <imati, jemljǫ, jemlješi>   take, take up; acquire   --
1.18, 1.38, 1.47, 6.282, 7.128
TAKE :   <izimati, jemljǫ, jemlješi>   take, take up; acquire; capture   --
7.146
TAKE :   <jęti, imǫ, imeši>   take, seize; (refl.) take to, set out, start on   --
6.189, 6.213, 6.230
TAKE :   <poběgnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   flee, take flight   --
6.105, 7.119
TAKE :   <poimati, -jeml'jǫ, -jeml'ješi>   take, take away   --
3.175
TAKE :   <pojęti, -imǫ, -imeši>   take, seize   --
2.13, 3.270, 5.179
TAKE :   <prijęti, priimǫ, priimeši>   take, seize   --
2.76, 10.85
TAKE :   <sŭdumati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   deliberate, consider, take counsel   --
3.138
TAKE :   <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
TAKE :   <vŭsprijęti, -imǫ, -imeši>   take up, receive   --
8.399, 9.282, 9.411
TAKE :   <vŭzęti, -zĭmǫ, -zĭmeši>   pick up, take   --
6.162, 7.131
TAKE :   <vŭzĭmati, -eml'jǫ, -eml'ješi>   take, take up   --
3.80
TEACHER :   <krŭmilĭcĭ>   tutor, teacher, pedagogue   --
3.247
TEAR :   <slŭza>   tear, teardrop   --
8.105, 8.131, 8.160, 8.174, 10.12, 10.161, 10.173
TEARDROP :   <slŭza>   tear, teardrop   --
8.105, 8.131, 8.160, 8.174, 10.12, 10.161, 10.173
TEARS :   <plačĭ>   weeping, tears   --
9.181, 9.203
TEAT :   <dětę>   infant; breast, teat; child   --
6.433
TELL :   <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
TEMPLE :   <crĭky>   church, temple   --
8.416
TENT :   <istŭbŭka>   tent, hut; bathhouse   --
5.87, 5.98
TENT :   <věža>   cellar for storage; kitchen; tent   --
7.83
TENT :   <šatĭrŭ>   tabernacle, tent   --
8.24, 8.346
TERM :   <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
TERRIBLE :   <ljutŭ>   terrible, wild   --
10.26
TERROR :   <straxŭ>   shaking; terror   --
8.167, 10.130
THAN :   <jakože>   as, like, than, so as to   --
3.283
THAT :   <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
THAT :   <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
THAT :   <jeda>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
THAT :   <kako>   how, how is it that   --
8.224, 8.230, 8.237, 9.257, 9.260, 9.273
THAT :   <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
THAT :   <tŭ, to, ta>   that, that one   --
1.175, 2.42, 2.48, 2.99, 2.123, 2.146, 5.163, 8.326
THEN :   <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
THEN :   <poně>   or, whether, or then; save, at least, anyhow   --
8.89
THEN :   <poslědĭ>   then, afterward   --
8.328
THEN :   <tače>   then   --
8.120
THEN :   <to>   but, then, therefore   --
3.149, 3.164, 5.16
THEN :   <togda>   then   --
3.318
THEN :   <tu>   there; then   --
3.370, 5.112, 8.6, 9.408
THERE :   <tu>   there; then   --
3.370, 5.112, 8.6, 9.408
THEREFORE :   <pročeje>   therefore, but, finally; afterward   --
9.263
THEREFORE :   <to>   but, then, therefore   --
3.149, 3.164, 5.16
THINE :   <tvoi, tvoe, tvoja>   thy, thine, your, of you (sg.)   --
4.69, 4.74, 9.327, 9.365
THINK :   <mĭněti, mĭnjǫ, mĭniši>   believe, think, assume   --
9.324
THINK :   <razmysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši>   think, consider   --
3.90
THIRD :   <tretĭi, -tĭje, -tĭja>   third   --
2.30, 6.261, 7.183
THIS :   <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
THIS :   <selikŭ>   of this size, such   --
9.338
THIS :   <sicĭ, sice, sica>   such, like this   --
6.166, 8.111, 9.187
THIS :   <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
THIS :   <tako>   thus, in this way   --
1.190, 3.157, 7.76, 8.396
THORVARDHR :   <Truvorŭ>   Truvor, Thorvardhr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.32, 2.74
THOU :   <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
THOUGHT :   <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
THOUGHT :   <razumŭ>   understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought   --
9.372, 10.168
THOUSAND :   <dz>   six; six thousand   --
1.7, 1.62, 1.75, 1.88, 3.7, 6.7
THOUSAND :   <e>   five; five thousand   --
5.305
THREAD :   <nitŭka>   thread   --
7.29
THREE :   <g>   three   --
2.7, 2.191, 3.10, 6.345, 6.348, 6.402, 6.406
THREE :   <t>   three hundred   --
1.8, 1.63, 1.76, 1.89
THROUGH :   <dosěděti, -ždǫ, -diši>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
THROUGH :   <pronĭznǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   pierce, pierce through, transfix   --
8.9
THROUGH :   <skvozě, skozě>   (w. acc.) through   --
6.64
THROW :   <otŭvrěšti, -vrĭgǫ, -vrĭgeši>   throw away, renounce   --
8.322
THROW :   <vŭrinǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   thrust in; throw, throw in; cast away   --
4.324
THROW :   <vŭzložiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   throw upon, cast upon; impose   --
6.356, 7.172, 8.347
THRUST :   <vŭrinǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   thrust in; throw, throw in; cast away   --
4.324
THUS :   <sice>   thus, so   --
1.173, 4.67, 5.71, 5.127, 10.6
THUS :   <tako>   thus, in this way   --
1.190, 3.157, 7.76, 8.396
THY :   <tvoi, tvoe, tvoja>   thy, thine, your, of you (sg.)   --
4.69, 4.74, 9.327, 9.365
TIE :   <povĭrzyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   tie, bind; fasten, attach   --
7.30
TILL :   <dělati, -lajǫ, -laješi>   work, toil; till; quarry   --
6.194
TIME :   <vrěmę>   time   --
8.86, 9.133
TOGETHER :   <potŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
TOGETHER :   <sŭkrušiti, -šǫ, -šiši>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
TOGETHER :   <sŭkupŭ>   a joining; a convening, a coming together   --
6.48
TOGETHER :   <sŭmiriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
TOGETHER :   <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
TOGETHER :   <sŭpasti, -dǫ, -deši>   fall; fall together   --
8.127
TOGETHER :   <sŭvesti, -zǫ, -zeši>   bring together, collect, gather   --
5.165
TOGETHER :   <sŭvŭkupiti, -pljǫ, -piši>   lead together, collect, gather   --
2.227
TOIL :   <dělati, -lajǫ, -laješi>   work, toil; till; quarry   --
6.194
TOMB :   <mogyla>   grave, tomb, burial mound   --
3.218, 5.205
TOMORROW :   <jutro, utro>   dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.161, 4.225
TOMORROW :   <nautrĭje>   morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.137
TOO :   <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
TORPID :   <utrŭpati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
TOW :   <povesti, -zǫ, -zeši>   tow, drag   --
8.350
TOWARD :   <>   (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
TOWARD :   <vŭspętĭ>   back, toward the back, in reverse, in return   --
3.89
TOWER :   <trěmĭnŭ>   of a tower, relating to a tower, relating to a castle   --
3.367, 4.214
TOWER :   <trěmŭ>   tower, castle; home, residence   --
3.371, 4.229
TOWN :   <gradŭkŭ>   town, city, walled enclosure   --
2.171, 2.178, 2.198
TRACK :   <trizna, tryzna>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
TRADITION :   <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
TRAIL :   <boričevŭ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
TRANSFER :   <vŭznesti, -sǫ, -seši>   carry, transport, transfer   --
4.188
TRANSFIX :   <pronĭznǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   pierce, pierce through, transfix   --
8.9
TRANSMARINE :   <zamorĭje>   a transmarine region, (any) region across the sea   --
1.22
TRANSPORT :   <ponesti, -sǫ, -seši>   carry, transport   --
4.183, 4.261, 4.288
TRANSPORT :   <vŭznesti, -sǫ, -seši>   carry, transport, transfer   --
4.188
TREE :   <borĭje>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
TRENCH :   <trizna, tryzna>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
TRIBE :   <agljane, anŭgljane>   (pl.) the Angles (a Western Germanic tribe)   --
1.187
TRIBE :   <gotinŭ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
TRIBE :   <kozarinŭ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
TRIBE :   <kriviči>   (pl.) the Krivitchians (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.35, 1.206, 2.112
TRIBE :   <merja>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
TRIBE :   <muroma>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
TRIBE :   <nurmane>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
TRIBE :   <plemę>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
TRIBE :   <poljaninŭ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
TRIBE :   <polĭskŭ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
TRIBE :   <rusĭ>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
TRIBE :   <slověninŭ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
TRIBE :   <svijinŭ>   Swedish, of Sweden (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.183
TRIBE :   <sěverŭ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
TRIBE :   <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
TRIBE :   <vesĭ>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
TRIBE :   <vjatiči>   (pl.) the Vjatichi, Viatichi, Vyatichi (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.46
TRIBE :   <čjudĭ>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
TRIBUTE :   <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
TROOP :   <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
TROOP :   <plŭkŭ>   crowd; people, population; cohort, troop   --
6.46
TROOPS :   <voji>   fighter; (pl.) troops, army   --
5.313, 6.24, 7.8, 7.51, 7.126
TRUST :   <drŭznovenĭje>   daring, audacity; trust, confidence, reliance   --
9.396
TRUVOR :   <Truvorŭ>   Truvor, Thorvardhr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.32, 2.74
TUCK :   <obvrŭtyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   wrap, tuck; wind, twist   --
7.25
TURKIC :   <Volga>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
TURKIC :   <kozarinŭ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
TURN :   <ispasti, -padǫ, -padeši>   fall out, turn out, fall down, slip out, escape   --
10.126
TURN :   <vŭzvratiti, -štǫ, -tiši>   return; turn away; (refl.) leave   --
5.308
TUTOR :   <krŭmilĭcĭ>   tutor, teacher, pedagogue   --
3.247
TWENTY :   <k>   twenty   --
3.298
TWENTY-FOURTH :   <dŭvadesętĭnŭ i četvrŭtŭ>   twenty-fourth, 24th   --
8.287
TWIG :   <loza>   twig, branch; grape-vine   --
10.325
TWIST :   <obvrŭtyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   wrap, tuck; wind, twist   --
7.25
TWO :   <dŭva, dŭvě>   two   --
2.66, 8.380, 9.202, 9.207
TWO :   <v>   two   --
2.138, 7.177
TYPE :   <korablĭcĭ>   caravel, (a type of) boat   --
9.122, 10.43
TYPE :   <plemę>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
TYRANNY :   <vlastĭ>   rule, power, authority; despotic rule, tyranny   --
2.77
UKR. :   <Dněprŭ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
UNABLE :   <iznemošti, -mogǫ, -možeši>   be unable; be weak; become wearied, be exhausted   --
6.377
UNCLEAR :   <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
UNCLEAR :   <syrorězanĭje>   (meaning unclear) child-killing?   --
10.396
UNCLEAR :   <sŭtǫga>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
UNCOVER :   <obŭnažiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
UNDER :   <podŭ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
UNDER :   <pokoriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
UNDERSTAND :   <razuměti, -ějǫ, -ěješi>   come to know, find out, know; understand   --
10.143
UNDERSTAND :   <uvěděti, -věmĭ, -věsi>   see; know, understand   --
8.377
UNDERSTANDING :   <razumŭ>   understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought   --
9.372, 10.168
UNFADING :   <neuvędajemŭ>   unfading   --
8.400
UNITE :   <sŭmiriti, -rjǫ, -riši>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
UNITE :   <ujediniti, -njǫ, -niši>   leave behind alone; unite   --
9.307
UNITS :   <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
UNLESS :   <jeda>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
UNMERCIFUL :   <nemilostivŭ>   unmerciful   --
10.23
UNPLEASANT :   <gorĭkŭ>   bitter, pungent, unpleasant   --
8.107, 8.171, 8.178, 9.182
UP :   <do>   (w. gen.) to, up to; (with numerals) about   --
3.226, 9.7, 10.327
UP :   <imati, jemljǫ, jemlješi>   take, take up; acquire   --
1.18, 1.38, 1.47, 6.282, 7.128
UP :   <iskočiti, -čǫ, -čiši>   leap up, leap out, start   --
8.22
UP :   <izgorěti, -rjǫ, -riši>   burn up   --
5.113
UP :   <izimati, jemljǫ, jemlješi>   take, take up; acquire; capture   --
7.146
UP :   <izodějati sę, -odějǫ sę, -oděješi sę>   be dressed up, be adorned   --
3.27
UP :   <obrŭtěti, -štǫ, -tiši>   wrap up, envelop, involve; return   --
8.344
UP :   <otŭčajati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   give up hope, despair   --
9.243
UP :   <potŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
UP :   <pristǫpiti, -pl'jǫ, -piši>   come up to, step up   --
8.50, 8.135
UP :   <skakati, -čǫ, -češi>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
UP :   <sŭstignǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
UP :   <sŭsuti, sŭsŭpǫ, sŭsŭpeši>   collect, heap up   --
5.204, 5.208
UP :   <vŭsklanjati, -njajǫ, -njaješi>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
UP :   <vŭsprijęti, -imǫ, -imeši>   take up, receive   --
8.399, 9.282, 9.411
UP :   <vŭstati, -stanǫ, -staneši>   stand up, break out   --
1.120
UP :   <vŭzgorěti, -rjǫ, -riši>   burn, burn up   --
7.109
UP :   <vŭzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
UP :   <vŭzęti, -zĭmǫ, -zĭmeši>   pick up, take   --
6.162, 7.131
UP :   <vŭzĭmati, -eml'jǫ, -eml'ješi>   take, take up   --
3.80
UPON :   <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
UPON :   <upolučiti sę, -čǫ sę, -čiši sę>   be in the way, come upon, meet   --
9.395
UPON :   <vŭzložiti, -žǫ, -žiši>   throw upon, cast upon; impose   --
6.356, 7.172, 8.347
UPPER :   <boričevŭ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
US :   <našĭ>   our, of us   --
1.210, 4.88, 4.101, 4.278, 4.282, 5.247, 8.190
USEFUL :   <potęgnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   work, be useful, strive, be strong, be able   --
6.89
USELESS :   <utrŭpati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
USU. :   <borĭje>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
VAIN :   <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
VALE :   <podolĭje>   valley, vale; base, foundation   --
3.326
VALLEY :   <podolĭje>   valley, vale; base, foundation   --
3.326
VALUABLE :   <čištĭnŭ>   venerable; valuable   --
8.235
VARANGIAN :   <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
VARANGIAN :   <varęžĭskŭ>   Varangian, of the Varangians   --
2.54
VARANGIANS :   <varęžĭskŭ>   Varangian, of the Varangians   --
2.54
VASILI :   <Vasiliji>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
VASILII :   <Vasiliji>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
VASILIJ :   <Vasiliji>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
VENERABLE :   <čištĭnŭ>   venerable; valuable   --
8.235
VEPSIANS :   <vesĭ>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
VERY :   <velĭmi>   greatly, very; clearly   --
9.51
VERY :   <zělo>   very   --
5.168, 9.242, 10.27
VES :   <vesĭ>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
VIATICHI :   <vjatiči>   (pl.) the Vjatichi, Viatichi, Vyatichi (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.46
VIGOROUSLY :   <krěpŭkŭ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
VIGOROUSLY :   <skakati, -čǫ, -češi>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
VIKING :   <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
VIKING :   <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
VIOLENCE :   <nasiliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   do violence to, force, oppress (w. dat.)   --
3.68
VIRTUE :   <dobrota>   goodness; beauty; virtue   --
9.366
VISIBLE :   <zĭrěimo>   visible horizon, distance of eyesight; short distance   --
9.116
VJATICHI :   <vjatiči>   (pl.) the Vjatichi, Viatichi, Vyatichi (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.46
VOC. :   <o>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
VOCATIVE :   <o>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
VOICE :   <glasŭ>   voice, sound, word   --
10.179
VOJEVODA :   <voevoda>   (military) commander, vojevoda   --
3.250
VOLGA :   <Volga>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
VOLGA :   <kozarinŭ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
VOLGA :   <merja>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
VYATICHI :   <vjatiči>   (pl.) the Vjatichi, Viatichi, Vyatichi (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.46
VYSHEGRAD :   <Vyšegradŭ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
VYSHGOROD :   <Vyšegradŭ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
W. :   <bez (bes, be)>   (w. gen.) without   --
9.261
W. :   <do>   (w. gen.) to, up to; (with numerals) about   --
3.226, 9.7, 10.327
W. :   <iz>   (w. gen.) from, out of   --
1.21, 3.193, 6.136, 7.121, 8.23
W. :   <kromě>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
W. :   <>   (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
W. :   <lĭzě>   permitted, allowable; (w. 'to be') be possible   --
7.104
W. :   <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
W. :   <nadŭ>   (w. acc. or instr.) over, above   --
3.364, 5.146
W. :   <nasiliti, -ljǫ, -liši>   do violence to, force, oppress (w. dat.)   --
3.68
W. :   <o (ob)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
W. :   <obladati, -dajǫ, -daješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
W. :   <okrǫgŭ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) around, near   --
8.38
W. :   <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
W. :   <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
W. :   <podŭ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
W. :   <protivŭ, protivǫ>   (adv.) opposite; (prep. w. dat.) according to; to meet   --
6.42
W. :   <prědŭ>   (w. acc. or instr.) before, in front of   --
4.138, 5.231
W. :   <radi>   (w. gen.) for, for the sake of, because of   --
4.49
W. :   <skvozě, skozě>   (w. acc.) through   --
6.64
W. :   <>   (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
W. :   <u>   (w. gen.) near, at, by   --
2.136, 3.220, 6.303, 6.322, 6.330, 6.364, 6.382, 8.415, 9.397
W. :   <uvy>   (w. dat.) alas, woe   --
8.187, 9.190, 9.219, 9.228, 9.291
W. :   <vladěti, -dějǫ, -děješi>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
W. :   <vně>   (w. gen.) outside (of)   --
4.215
W. :   <>   (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
W. :   <vŭzdolě>   (w. gen.) below, at the bottom of   --
3.321
W. :   <vŭzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
W. :   <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
WAGE :   <vojevati, vojujǫ, vojuješi>   fight, wage war   --
1.130
WAGON :   <vozŭ>   chariot, wagon, cart   --
4.260
WAKE :   <krěsiti, -šǫ, -siši>   rouse, wake, raise   --
4.132
WALK :   <xoditi, -ždǫ, -diši>   walk, go   --
9.158
WALKING :   <žĭzlŭ>   staff, walking stick   --
8.201
WALL :   <strěxa>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
WALLED :   <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
WALLED :   <gradŭkŭ>   town, city, walled enclosure   --
2.171, 2.178, 2.198
WANT :   <uniti, -njǫ, -niši>   want; desire; beg; prefer   --
9.343
WANT :   <vŭsxotěti, -xoštǫ, -xošteši>   want, wish, desire   --
8.226, 8.232, 8.239
WANT :   <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
WANT :   <želati, -lajǫ, -laješi>   desire, want, wish for   --
3.122
WAR :   <vojevati, vojujǫ, vojuješi>   fight, wage war   --
1.130
WARN :   <nakazati, -zajǫ, -zaješi>   chastise; instruct; admonish, warn   --
8.204
WASH :   <izmyti, -myjǫ, -myješi>   bathe, wash   --
5.72
WASH :   <myti, myjǫ, myješi>   bathe, wash   --
5.93
WASH :   <umyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   wash   --
10.164
WASHING :   <movĭ>   a washing, bath   --
5.68
WATER :   <voda>   water   --
3.319, 10.112
WAY :   <tako>   thus, in this way   --
1.190, 3.157, 7.76, 8.396
WAY :   <upolučiti sę, -čǫ sę, -čiši sę>   be in the way, come upon, meet   --
9.395
WEAK :   <iznemošti, -mogǫ, -možeši>   be unable; be weak; become wearied, be exhausted   --
6.377
WEAPON :   <orǫžĭe>   weapon, sword   --
3.30
WEARIED :   <iznemošti, -mogǫ, -možeši>   be unable; be weak; become wearied, be exhausted   --
6.377
WEEP :   <plakati, plačǫ, -češi>   weep, mourn   --
5.144, 5.195, 8.180, 9.204, 9.237, 9.240, 10.10
WEEPING :   <plačĭ>   weeping, tears   --
9.181, 9.203
WELL :   <naročitŭ>   established, well established, noteworthy, notable, noble   --
5.19
WESTERN :   <agljane, anŭgljane>   (pl.) the Angles (a Western Germanic tribe)   --
1.187
WET :   <omačati, -čajǫ, -čaješi>   moisten, wet   --
10.14
WHAT :   <kŭi, koe, koja>   which?, what?; some, any   --
10.225, 10.245
WHEEL :   <kola, kolese>   wheel   --
8.349
WHEN :   <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
WHEN :   <kogda>   when; sometime   --
6.256, 6.262
WHEN :   <kŭde>   where, when   --
5.244
WHERE :   <ide>   where; since; however   --
3.337, 3.357, 5.139, 7.98
WHERE :   <kŭde>   where, when   --
5.244
WHETHER :   <ašte>   if, whether   --
3.143, 3.153, 3.160, 5.12, 9.393, 10.243
WHETHER :   <li>   or; whether   --
4.344, 7.85, 8.259, 10.244
WHETHER :   <poně>   or, whether, or then; save, at least, anyhow   --
8.89
WHICH :   <iže>   who, which   --
1.150, 2.196, 4.92, 5.48, 8.241
WHICH :   <kŭi, koe, koja>   which?, what?; some, any   --
10.225, 10.245
WHITE :   <Bělo Jezero>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
WHITE :   <bělŭ>   white   --
1.49
WHO :   <iže>   who, which   --
1.150, 2.196, 4.92, 5.48, 8.241
WHO :   <kŭto>   who   --
3.172, 4.48, 6.146, 6.178, 6.301, 8.40, 8.212, 8.252, 8.258, 9.359
WHOLE :   <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
WHOM :   <čĭi, čĭje, čĭja>   whose, of whom   --
2.176
WHOSE :   <čĭi, čĭje, čĭja>   whose, of whom   --
2.176
WIFE :   <žena>   woman, wife   --
3.271
WILD :   <ljutŭ>   terrible, wild   --
10.26
WILD :   <sverěpŭ>   wild   --
10.28
WILD :   <zvěrĭ>   (wild) animal   --
10.29
WIND :   <obvrŭtyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   wrap, tuck; wind, twist   --
7.25
WISH :   <vŭsxotěti, -xoštǫ, -xošteši>   want, wish, desire   --
8.226, 8.232, 8.239
WISH :   <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
WISH :   <želati, -lajǫ, -laješi>   desire, want, wish for   --
3.122
WITHIN :   <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
WITHOUT :   <bez (bes, be)>   (w. gen.) without   --
9.261
WOE :   <strastĭ>   suffering, woe; passion, martyrdom   --
9.410
WOE :   <uvy>   (w. dat.) alas, woe   --
8.187, 9.190, 9.219, 9.228, 9.291
WOLF :   <vlŭkŭ>   wolf   --
3.146, 4.76
WOMAN :   <žena>   woman, wife   --
3.271
WONDER :   <počuditi sę, -ždǫ sę, -diši sę>   marvel at, wonder   --
8.254
WOODS :   <borĭje>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
WORD :   <glagolŭ>   word, speech   --
8.112
WORD :   <glasŭ>   voice, sound, word   --
10.179
WORD :   <slovo>   word   --
8.157, 8.164
WORK :   <dělati, -lajǫ, -laješi>   work, toil; till; quarry   --
6.194
WORK :   <potęgnǫti, -nǫ, -neši>   work, be useful, strive, be strong, be able   --
6.89
WORK :   <sŭdělati, -ajǫ, -aješi>   found, establish; work, build   --
2.197
WORLD :   <mirŭ>   world; peace   --
8.141, 8.228
WORSHIP :   <poklonŭ>   bow; worship; salutation, greeting   --
6.413
WORTHY :   <sŭpodobiti, -bljǫ, -biši>   deem worthy   --
9.406
WOULD :   <jeda>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
WOUND :   <probosti, -dǫ, -deši>   wound, injure   --
8.383, 9.258
WRAP :   <obrŭtěti, -štǫ, -tiši>   wrap up, envelop, involve; return   --
8.344
WRAP :   <obvrŭtyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi>   wrap, tuck; wind, twist   --
7.25
WRETCHED :   <milŭ>   wretched, pitiable; excusable   --
8.67, 8.74, 8.191, 9.381, 10.186, 10.344
WRETCHED :   <okanĭnŭ>   wretched   --
9.11
WRETCHED :   <puštiji>   more pitiable, more wretched   --
4.357
XORIV :   <Xorivŭ>   Khoriv, Xoriv (brother of Kyi)   --
2.195
YAROSLAV :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
YAROSLAV :   <Jaroslavŭ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
YEAR :   <lěto>   year, summer   --
1.6, 1.61, 1.74, 1.87, 2.68, 3.6, 3.21, 6.6, 6.159
YET :   <ješče>   yet, still   --
10.383
YOU :   <tvoi, tvoe, tvoja>   thy, thine, your, of you (sg.)   --
4.69, 4.74, 9.327, 9.365
YOU :   <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
YOU :   <vašĭ>   of you, your (pl.)   --
4.126, 4.285, 5.26, 6.184, 8.138, 10.251, 10.283
YOUNG :   <junostĭ>   youth, young age   --
10.266
YOUNG :   <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
YOUR :   <tvoi, tvoe, tvoja>   thy, thine, your, of you (sg.)   --
4.69, 4.74, 9.327, 9.365
YOUR :   <vašĭ>   of you, your (pl.)   --
4.126, 4.285, 5.26, 6.184, 8.138, 10.251, 10.283
YOUTH :   <junostĭ>   youth, young age   --
10.266