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Master Glossary

Jonathan Slocum and Todd B. Krause

This Master Glossary page lists, in an alphabetical order suitable to the language and the script employed for it, every unique word form that appears in lesson texts and, for each word, its unique glosses. In addition to the gloss information, sans contextual translation, links are provided to every appearance, in every numbered lesson, of the word/gloss in question. With this index one may perform a quick "word look-up" and, in addition, study how words are used in context by clicking on their links.

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24
number adjective; masculine accusative singular of <dŭvadesętĭnŭ i četvrŭtŭ> twenty-fourth, 24th -- 8.287
9
adjective; masculine accusative singular of <devjatyi> ninth, 9th -- 8.290
A
conjunction; <a> and, but; if -- 10.79
a
conjunction; <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, 10.175, 10.252, 10.330, 10.366
abie
adverb; <abĭe> right away -- 8.275, 10.121
avgusta
noun; masculine genitive singular of <avŭgustŭ> Augustus; (the month of) August -- 8.292
Azŭ
pronoun; nominative singular of <azŭ> I -- 9.323, 10.377
azŭ
pronoun; nominative singular of <azŭ> I -- 4.160, 6.250, 6.350, 9.361, 9.405, 10.282
aki
adverb; <aky> as, like -- 4.75
aky
conjunction; <aky> as, like -- 10.111
anglĭskoe
adjective; neuter accusative singular of <angelĭskŭ> of an angel, angel's, angelic -- 9.328
anŭgljane
noun; masculine nominative plural of <agljane, anŭgljane> (pl.) the Angles (a Western Germanic tribe) -- 1.187
apostolĭsky
adjective; neuter instrumental plural of <apostolĭskŭ> of the apostle, apostle's, apostolic -- 10.358
Askoldŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Askoldŭ, Oskoldŭ> Askold, Askuldr (Scandinavian name) -- 2.216
asmoldŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Asmudŭ> Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name) -- 6.85
asmudŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Asmudŭ> Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name) -- 3.249
Ašče
conjunction; <ašte> if, whether -- 9.393, 10.243
ašče
conjunction; <ašte> if, whether -- 3.143, 3.153, 3.160, 5.12
bez
preposition; <bez (bes, be)> (w. gen.) without -- 9.261
bezŭlobija
noun; neuter genitive singular of <bezlobĭje> innocence -- 10.314
Blaženaago
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <blaženŭ> blessed -- 8.341
blaženaago
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <blaženŭ> blessed -- 9.38
blaženyi
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative singular of <blaženŭ> blessed -- 8.63, 9.179, 10.142
blaženyi
adjective; masculine vocative singular of <blaženŭ> blessed -- 8.195
blĭščaščasja
participle; masculine accusative plural of <blĭštati sę, -štǫ sę, -štiši sę> shine, glisten; shine, be bright + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 10.110
bo
conjunction; <bo> for -- 1.174, 3.203, 3.317, 3.369, 4.72, 4.105, 6.72, 6.139, 6.351, 6.375, 7.107, 7.188
boběša
conjunction; <bo> for + verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 2.56
boga
noun; masculine genitive singular of <bogŭ> god -- 8.282
bogorodiceju
noun; feminine instrumental singular of <bogorodica> mother of God -- 3.363
bogu
noun; masculine dative singular of <bogŭ> god -- 8.91
bolĭša
comparative adjective; neuter accusative plural of <bol'ĭi> bigger, more -- 3.123
bolĭšaja
comparative adjective; neuter accusative plural of <bol'ĭi> bigger, more -- 9.16
Borisa
proper noun; masculine genitive singular of <Borisŭ> Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava) -- 8.343
Borise
proper noun; masculine vocative singular of <Borisŭ> Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava) -- 9.249
boričevymŭ
adjective used as substantive; masculine instrumental singular of <boričevŭ> of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev) -- 3.313
boru
noun; masculine locative singular of <borĭje> (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest -- 8.362
boręxu
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <brati, borjǫ, borješi> fight -- 6.133
bojarina
noun; masculine nominative dual of <bojarinŭ> noble, aristocrat, bojar, boyar -- 2.144
brata
noun; masculine genitive singular of <bratrŭ, bratŭ> brother -- 9.280
brate
noun; masculine vocative singular of <bratrŭ, bratŭ> brother -- 9.159, 9.246, 9.383
Bratie
noun; feminine vocative singular of <bratĭja> (collective) brothers, brethren -- 8.134
bratie
noun; feminine vocative singular of <bratĭja> (collective) brothers, brethren -- 8.146, 10.213, 10.232, 10.378
Bratija
noun; feminine nominative singular of <bratĭja> (collective) brothers, brethren -- 8.72
bratija
noun; feminine nominative singular of <bratĭja> (collective) brothers, brethren -- 10.184
bratonenavidĭnici
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <bratonevavidĭnikŭ> hostile to one's brother -- 10.25
bratu
noun; masculine dative singular of <bratrŭ, bratŭ> brother -- 8.142, 10.228, 10.255
bratŭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <bratrŭ, bratŭ> brother -- 2.72, 9.164
bratĭja
noun; feminine nominative singular of <bratĭja> (collective) brothers, brethren -- 2.8, 2.192
brezěte
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <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
budi
verb; 3rd person singular imperative of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 8.140
buděte
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 10.280
V
preposition; <> (w. loc.) in; (w. acc.) into -- 1.5, 1.60, 1.73, 1.86, 3.5, 3.18, 6.5
v
number; <v> two -- 2.138, 7.177
v
preposition; <> (w. loc.) in; (w. acc.) into -- 1.110, 1.116, 1.126, 1.145, 1.216, 2.107, 2.113, 2.116, 2.119, 2.236, 3.40, 3.59, 3.61, 3.147, 3.223, 3.239, 3.314, 3.355, 4.151, 4.156, 4.185, 4.190, 4.195, 4.228, 4.263, 4.290, 4.302, 4.304, 5.21, 6.68, 6.378
vami
pronoun; instrumental plural of <ty> you, thou -- 6.288
vamŭ
pronoun; dative plural of <ty> you, thou -- 5.132, 8.145, 10.231
varjaga
adjective used as substantive; masculine accusative dual of <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) -- 8.381
varjagi
adjective used as substantive; masculine accusative plural of <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) -- 1.99, 2.226
varjagomŭ
adjective used as substantive; masculine dative plural of <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) -- 1.170
varjagŭ
adjective used as substantive; masculine genitive plural of <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) -- 2.43
varjazi
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <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, 1.177, 2.103
Vasilija
proper noun; masculine genitive singular of <Vasiliji> Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint) -- 8.418
vasŭ
pronoun; genitive plural of <ty> you, thou -- 6.323, 6.331, 6.365, 6.383
vaša
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <vašĭ> of you, your (pl.) -- 4.126
vašemu
adjective; masculine dative singular of <vašĭ> of you, your (pl.) -- 10.251
vaši
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <vašĭ> of you, your (pl.) -- 6.184
vašĭ
adjective; masculine accusative singular of <vašĭ> of you, your (pl.) -- 4.285, 5.26
vašĭ
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <vašĭ> of you, your (pl.) -- 10.283
vašju
adjective; feminine accusative singular of <vašĭ> of you, your (pl.) -- 8.138
veděte
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <vesti, vedǫ, vedeši> lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw -- 10.247
vežě
noun; feminine nominative plural of <věža> cellar for storage; kitchen; tent -- 7.83
velika
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <velikŭ> big, large, great -- 1.211
velikixŭ
adjective; feminine locative plural of <velikŭ> big, large, great -- 4.305
veliku
adjective; feminine accusative singular of <velikŭ> big, large, great -- 4.209
veliku
adjective; feminine accusative singular of <velikŭ> big, large, great -- 4.243, 5.206
velikuumu
adjective; neuter dative singular of <velikŭ> big, large, great -- 8.255
velicě
adjective; feminine locative singular of <velikŭ> big, large, great -- 5.22
veličajušče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <veličati, -čajǫ, -čaješi> raise; (refl.) be raised, be exalted, be elated, be conceited -- 4.158
veličija
noun; neuter genitive singular of <veličĭje> greatness, pride -- 8.240
velĭmi
adverb; <velĭmi> greatly, very; clearly -- 9.51
velĭmožami
noun; masculine instrumental plural of <velĭmoža> member of the nobility, member of the aristocracy, noble, aristocrat -- 8.236
veselitisja
verb; infinitive of <veseliti, -l'jǫ, -liši> entertain; (refl.) rejoice + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 8.233
vesla
noun; neuter nominative plural of <veslo> oar -- 10.123
vesĭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <vesĭ> (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero) -- 2.118
vzę
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <vŭzęti, -zĭmǫ, -zĭmeši> pick up, take -- 7.131
viděvŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <viděti, viždǫ, vidiši> see -- 10.141
vidja
participle; masculine nominative singular of <viděti, viždǫ, vidiši> see -- 8.264
vladěti
verb; infinitive of <vladěti, -dějǫ, -děješi> (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over) -- 2.230
vlastĭ
noun; feminine accusative singular of <vlastĭ> rule, power, authority; despotic rule, tyranny -- 2.77
vlězoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <vŭlěsti, -lězǫ, -lězeši> enter; descend (into) -- 5.89
vnidoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <vŭniti, -idǫ, -ideši> go into, enter -- 6.454
vně
preposition; <vně> (w. gen.) outside (of) -- 4.215
voda
noun; feminine nominative singular of <voda> water -- 3.319, 10.112
voditelju
noun; masculine vocative singular of <voditelĭ> leader, commander -- 8.196
voevati
verb; infinitive of <vojevati, vojujǫ, vojuješi> fight, wage war -- 1.130
voevoda
noun; masculine nominative singular of <voevoda> (military) commander, vojevoda -- 3.250
voemŭ
noun; masculine dative plural of <voji> fighter; (pl.) troops, army -- 7.8, 7.51, 7.126
vozva
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <vŭzvati, -zovǫ, -zoveši> call, summon -- 4.12
vozŭvrati
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <vŭzvratiti, -štǫ, -tiši> give back; (refl.) come back -- 3.120
vozŭvrati
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <vŭzvratiti, -štǫ, -tiši> return; turn away; (refl.) leave -- 5.308
vozŭvraščju
verb; 1st person singular present of <vŭzvratiti, -štǫ, -tiši> give back; (refl.) come back -- 3.100
vozĭemavŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <vŭzĭmati, -eml'jǫ, -eml'ješi> take, take up -- 3.80
vozěxŭ
noun; masculine locative plural of <vozŭ> chariot, wagon, cart -- 4.260
voi
noun; masculine accusative plural of <voji> fighter; (pl.) troops, army -- 5.313, 6.24
volga
proper noun; feminine nominative singular of <Olĭga> Olga, Helga (Scandinavian name) -- 4.226, 7.5
volkŭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <vlŭkŭ> wolf -- 3.146, 4.76
volodělŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <vladěti, -dějǫ, -děješi> (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over) -- 1.152
voloděti
verb; infinitive of <vladěti, -dějǫ, -děješi> (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over) -- 1.112, 1.224
volĭga
proper noun; feminine nominative singular of <Olĭga> Olga, Helga (Scandinavian name) -- 3.236, 6.421, 7.201
volĭgu
proper noun; feminine accusative singular of <Olĭga> Olga, Helga (Scandinavian name) -- 3.273
volĭzinŭ
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <olĭzinŭ> of Olga, related to Olga -- 7.191
vorobĭeve
noun; masculine nominative plural of <vrabiji> sparrow -- 7.63
vorobĭevi
noun; masculine dative singular of <vrabiji> sparrow -- 7.15, 7.22
vorobĭi
noun; masculine accusative plural of <vrabiji> sparrow -- 6.349, 6.407, 7.50
vosxiščaja
participle; masculine nominative singular of <vŭsxytati, -tajǫ, -taješi> seize, snatch -- 4.77
vrabĭěve
noun; masculine nominative plural of <vrabiji> sparrow -- 7.71
vraga
noun; masculine genitive singular of <vragŭ> enemy -- 9.276
vremja
noun; neuter accusative singular of <vrěmę> time -- 8.86, 9.133
vrinuša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <vŭrinǫti, -nǫ, -neši> thrust in; throw, throw in; cast away -- 4.324
vse
adjective; masculine accusative plural of <vĭsĭ> all, every; whole -- 3.165
vse
adjective; neuter accusative singular of <vĭsĭ> all, every; whole -- 3.151
vsi
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <vĭsĭ> all, every; whole -- 5.114, 6.182, 7.106
vsi
proper noun; masculine nominative plural of <vesĭ> (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero) -- 1.208
vsěmi
adjective; masculine instrumental plural of <vĭsĭ> all, every; whole -- 2.124
vsěxŭ
proper noun; masculine locative plural of <vesĭ> (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero) -- 1.32
vsju
adjective; feminine accusative singular of <vĭsĭ> all, every; whole -- 2.16, 3.177
vsęti
verb; infinitive of <vŭzęti, -zĭmǫ, -zĭmeši> pick up, take -- 6.162
vtoroe
adjective used as substantive; neuter nominative singular of <vŭtoryi, -roje, -raja> second, following -- 6.259
preposition; <> (w. loc.) in; (w. acc.) into -- 2.110, 2.221, 3.83, 3.299, 4.326, 5.137, 6.109, 6.130, 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
vŭvaditĭ
verb; 3rd person singular present of <vŭvaditi, -važdǫ, -vadiši> join; (refl.) introduce oneself, enter -- 3.145
vŭzvariša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <vŭzvariti, -rjǫ, -riši> cook -- 5.169
vŭzgaraxu
noun; 3rd person plural imperfect of <vŭzgarati, -rajǫ, -raješi> burn; boil over -- 7.77
vŭzgorěša
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <vŭzgorěti, -rjǫ, -riši> burn, burn up -- 7.109
vŭzdolě
preposition; <vŭzdolě> (w. gen.) below, at the bottom of -- 3.321
vŭzdradovasja
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <vŭzdradovati sę, -dujǫ sę, -duješi sę> be happy, rejoice -- 10.61
vŭzdrastŭmĭ
noun; masculine instrumental singular of <vŭzdrastŭ> age -- 10.382
vŭzdrastŭša
past participle; feminine genitive singular of <vŭzdrasti, -stǫ, -steši> be nourished, grow -- 10.329
vŭzdŭxnuvŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <vŭzdŭxnǫti, -nǫ, -neši> groan, sigh -- 8.108
vŭzdyxaniemĭ
noun; neuter instrumental singular of <vŭzdyxanĭje> respiration, breathing; sigh, groan -- 8.177, 10.171
vŭzloživŭše
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <vŭzložiti, -žǫ, -žiši> throw upon, cast upon; impose -- 8.347
vŭzložiti
verb; infinitive of <vŭzložiti, -žǫ, -žiši> throw upon, cast upon; impose -- 6.356
vŭzložiša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <vŭzložiti, -žǫ, -žiši> throw upon, cast upon; impose -- 7.172
vŭznesutĭ
verb; 3rd person plural present of <vŭznesti, -sǫ, -seši> carry, transport, transfer -- 4.188
Vŭzĭrěvŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <vŭzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši> look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.) -- 10.155
vŭzĭrěvŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <vŭzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši> look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.) -- 8.101, 8.121
Vŭlgu
proper noun; feminine accusative singular of <Volga> Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea) -- 9.80
vŭnezapu
adverb; <vŭnezaapǫ> suddenly -- 10.16
vŭrjažĭska
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <varęžĭskŭ> Varangian, of the Varangians -- 2.54
vŭsklanjati
verb; infinitive of <vŭsklanjati, -njajǫ, -njaješi> recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up -- 8.364
vŭspi
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <vŭzŭpiti, -pijǫ, -piješi> cry out -- 9.180
vŭsprijalŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <vŭsprijęti, -imǫ, -imeši> take up, receive -- 9.282
vŭsprijati
verb; infinitive of <vŭsprijęti, -imǫ, -imeši> take up, receive -- 9.411
vŭsprijatŭ
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <vŭsprijęti, -imǫ, -imeši> take up, receive -- 8.399
vŭspętĭ
adverb; <vŭspętĭ> back, toward the back, in reverse, in return -- 3.89
vŭsta
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <vŭstati, -stanǫ, -staneši> stand up, break out -- 1.120
vŭsxotě
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <vŭsxotěti, -xoštǫ, -xošteši> want, wish, desire -- 8.226, 8.232, 8.239
vŭsědŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <vŭsěsti, -sędǫ, -sędeši> sit, sit down; come down -- 9.66
Vy
pronoun; nominative plural of <ty> you, thou -- 10.278
vy
pronoun; accusative plural of <ty> you, thou -- 4.135, 4.164, 4.189, 4.239
vy
pronoun; dative plural of <ty> you, thou -- 4.345
vy
pronoun; nominative plural of <ty> you, thou -- 4.172, 6.208, 6.374
vy
pronoun; dative plural of <ty> you, thou -- 10.200, 10.341, 10.345
vynositĭ
verb; 3rd person singular present of <vynositi, -šǫ, -siši> carry off, make off with -- 3.150
Vyšegorodu
proper noun; masculine dative singular of <Vyšegradŭ> citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city) -- 8.414
vyšegorodŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Vyšegradŭ> citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city) -- 7.189
vyšegorudu
proper noun; masculine dative singular of <Vyšegradŭ> citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city) -- 7.184
vyšedše
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <vŭniti, -idǫ, -ideši> go into, enter -- 3.192
vĭsi
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <vĭsĭ> all, every; whole -- 10.128
vĭsĭ
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <vĭsĭ> all, every; whole -- 8.130, 10.172
vĭsěmŭ
adjective used as substantive; masculine dative plural of <vĭsĭ> all, every; whole -- 10.122
vĭsja
adjective; neuter accusative plural of <vĭsĭ> all, every; whole -- 8.215
věvericě
noun; feminine dative singular of <věverica> squirrel -- 1.50
věděxu
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <věděti, věmĭ, věsi> see, know -- 6.138
věnĭcĭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <věnĭcĭ> crown, diadem -- 8.401
věstĭ
noun; feminine nominative singular of <věstĭ> announcement, report; rumor; fame -- 9.136
vjatičěxŭ
noun; masculine locative plural of <vjatiči> (pl.) the Vjatichi, Viatichi, Vyatichi (a Slavic tribe) -- 1.46
bŭrzě
adjective used as substantive; neuter locative singular of <bŭrzŭ> rapid, quick -- 9.43, 9.62
by
verb; 3rd person singular conditional-optative of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 1.151, 9.301
byvajite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative <byvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi> be -- 10.361
byvaite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative <byvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi> be -- 10.369
byvše
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 6.396, 6.453
byla
past participle; feminine nominative singular of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 2.189
bylŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 9.407
bystĭ
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 8.19
bystĭ
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 3.215
byxomŭ
verb; 1st person plural aorist of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 6.229
byxŭ
verb; 1st person singular conditional-optative of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 9.344, 9.404
byša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 1.125, 8.360, 10.95
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 1.115, 3.202, 3.251, 3.316, 3.335, 3.368, 4.104, 6.71, 7.96, 7.103, 7.187
Bělo-ozero
proper noun; neuter accusative singular of <Bělo Jezero> Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region) -- 2.89
Bělě-ozerě
proper noun; neuter locative singular of <Bělo Jezero> Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region) -- 2.28, 2.117
bělěji
adjective; feminine dative singular of <bělŭ> white -- 1.49
bjaaše
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 9.135
bjasta
verb; 3rd person dual aorist of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 2.135
bęše
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 3.238, 3.354, 4.71
g
number; <g> three -- 2.7, 2.191, 3.10, 6.345, 6.348, 6.402, 6.406
gasiti
verb; infinitive of <gasiti, -šǫ, -siši> extinguish, put out -- 7.105
Georgija
proper noun; masculine genitive singular of <Gjurgi> Georgias, George -- 8.313
glavu
noun; feminine accusative singular of <glava> head; chapter -- 8.321, 8.366
glagolaaše
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <glagolati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> say, speak -- 8.186, 9.188
glagolati
verb; infinitive of <glagolati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> say, speak -- 8.36
glagolite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <glagolati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> say, speak -- 4.47
glagoly
noun; masculine instrumental plural of <glagolŭ> word, speech -- 8.112
glagoljušče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <glagolati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> say, speak -- 3.171, 4.237
glagoljušči
participle; feminine nominative singular of <glagolati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> say, speak -- 6.177
glagolja
participle; masculine nominative singular of <glagolati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> say, speak -- 8.71
gladomŭ
noun; masculine instrumental singular of <gladŭ> hunger, famine -- 6.211
glasŭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <glasŭ> voice, sound, word -- 10.179
gluboku
adjective; feminine accusative singular of <glǫbokŭ> deep -- 4.211
Glěba
proper noun; masculine genitive singular of <Glěbŭ> Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava) -- 9.39
Glěbu
proper noun; masculine dative singular of <Glěbŭ> Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava) -- 9.155
gnězda
noun; neuter accusative plural of <gnězdo> couch, bed; nest -- 7.66
golubi
noun; masculine accusative plural of <golǫbĭ> dove, pigeon -- 6.346, 6.403, 7.48
golubi
noun; masculine dative singular of <golǫbĭ> dove, pigeon -- 7.10, 7.19
golubi
noun; masculine nominative plural of <golǫbĭ> dove, pigeon -- 7.60
golubniki
noun; masculine accusative plural of <golǫbnikŭ> dovecote, pigeon loft -- 7.70
golubĭnici
noun; masculine nominative plural of <golǫbnikŭ> dovecote, pigeon loft -- 7.79
gordętinŭ
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <gordjatinŭ> of Gordjata, of Gordyata -- 3.341
gordęšče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <grŭditi sę, -ždǫ, -diši> be haughty, be arrogant -- 4.307
gorodomŭ
noun; masculine dative plural of <gradŭ> walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city -- 2.100
gorodě
noun; masculine locative singular of <gradŭ> walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city -- 3.356
goroju
noun; feminine instrumental singular of <gora> mountain -- 3.365
gorcě
adverb; neuter locative singular of <gorĭkŭ> bitter, pungent, unpleasant -- 8.107
gory
noun; feminine genitive singular of <gora> mountain -- 3.322
gorĭky
adjective; feminine genitive singular of <gorĭkŭ> bitter, pungent, unpleasant -- 8.171
gorĭkyimĭ
adjective; masculine instrumental singular of <gorĭkŭ> bitter, pungent, unpleasant -- 9.182
gorĭkymĭ
adjective; neuter instrumental singular of <gorĭkŭ> bitter, pungent, unpleasant -- 8.178
gorě
noun; feminine locative singular of <gora> mountain -- 2.170, 3.332
goręšče
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <gorěti, -rjǫ, -riši> burn; (refl.) produce smoke, be black with smoke -- 7.100
gospoda
noun; masculine genitive singular of <gospodĭ> lord, master -- 9.398
gospodie
noun; masculine nominative plural of <gospodĭ> lord, master -- 10.281
gospodine
noun; masculine vocative singular of <gospodinŭ> lord, master -- 9.192, 9.248, 9.348, 9.385
gospodinu
noun; masculine dative singular of <gospodinŭ> lord, master -- 10.257
gospodĭe
noun; masculine vocative plural of <gospodĭ> lord, master -- 10.215, 10.234, 10.269
gosti
noun; masculine accusative plural of <gostĭ> guest -- 4.232
gostĭe
noun; masculine nominative plural of <gostĭ> guest -- 4.21
grabę
participle; masculine nominative singular of <grabiti, -bljǫ, -biši> seize, snatch -- 4.79
grada
noun; masculine genitive singular of <gradŭ> walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city -- 3.194, 3.222, 4.216, 6.137, 6.163, 7.122, 7.145
gradi
noun; masculine nominative plural of <gradŭ> walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city -- 6.183
gradokosĭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <gradŭkŭ> town, city, walled enclosure + demonstrative adjective; masculine accusative singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 2.198
gradokŭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <gradŭkŭ> town, city, walled enclosure -- 2.171, 2.178
gradosĭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <gradŭ> walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city + demonstrative adjective; masculine accusative singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 6.441
gradu
noun; masculine dative singular of <gradŭ> walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city -- 6.176
gradŭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <gradŭ> walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city -- 3.84, 6.437, 6.456, 7.132
gradŭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <gradŭ> walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city -- 3.333, 7.190
grady
noun; masculine accusative plural of <gradŭ> walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city -- 2.83
gradě
noun; masculine locative singular of <gradŭ> walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city -- 2.222, 5.138, 6.131, 6.465
graděxŭ
noun; masculine locative plural of <gradŭ> walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city -- 6.110
grebjaxu
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <greti, grebǫ, grebeši> scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship) -- 10.69
grivĭny
noun; feminine genitive singular of <grivĭna> collar, necklace -- 8.318
grobomŭ
noun; masculine instrumental singular of <grobŭ> grave, ditch -- 5.147
grobu
noun; masculine dative singular of <grobŭ> grave, ditch -- 5.186
gŭte
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <gotinŭ> Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe) -- 1.189
d
number; <d> four -- 6.10
Da
conjunction; <da> in order to, that; may, let; and, then -- 8.154
da
conjunction; <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, 8.325, 9.403
daemŭ
verb; 1st person plural present of <dajati, dajǫ, daješi> give, provide -- 6.306
daite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <dajati, dajǫ, daješi> give, provide -- 6.340
dani
noun; feminine dative singular of <danĭ> tribute -- 3.67
dani
noun; feminine genitive singular of <danĭ> tribute -- 1.106, 6.355, 7.179
danĭ
noun; feminine accusative singular of <danĭ> tribute -- 1.19, 2.205, 3.41, 3.62, 3.81, 3.178, 6.192, 6.216, 6.232, 6.281, 7.163, 7.175
danĭju
noun; feminine instrumental singular of <danĭ> tribute -- 3.96
daša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <dati, damĭ, dasi> give -- 1.104
dva
number adjective; masculine accusative dual of <dŭva, dŭvě> two -- 8.380
dverii
noun; feminine genitive plural of <dvĭrĭ> door, front door, entrance -- 5.111
dvora
noun; masculine genitive singular of <dvorŭ> court, courtyard; home, household -- 6.343, 6.400, 7.97
dvori
noun; masculine nominative plural of <dvorŭ> court, courtyard; home, household -- 7.108
dvorŭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <dvorŭ> court, courtyard; home, household -- 4.313
dvorŭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <dvorŭ> court, courtyard; home, household -- 3.340, 3.352, 3.359, 3.366
dvorě
noun; masculine locative singular of <dvorŭ> court, courtyard; home, household -- 4.213
dvoju
number adjective; masculine genitive dual of <dŭva, dŭvě> two -- 9.202
dvoju
number adjective; neuter locative dual of <dŭva, dŭvě> two -- 2.66
demĭstikovŭ
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <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
denĭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <dĭnĭ> day -- 8.288
dereva
proper noun; masculine accusative plural of <Derevy> Dereva (placename) -- 3.60
derevlene
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <drěvljaninŭ> Derevlian, from Dereva -- 3.196
derevlęne
adjective used as substantive; masculine accusative plural of <drěvljaninŭ> Derevlian, from Dereva -- 5.301
derevlęne
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <drěvljaninŭ> Derevlian, from Dereva -- 3.134, 3.265, 3.294, 4.9, 4.32, 5.43, 5.90, 5.223, 5.241, 5.279, 6.41, 6.103, 6.127, 6.224, 6.300, 6.393, 6.450
derevlęnomŭ
adjective used as substantive; masculine dative plural of <drěvljaninŭ> Derevlian, from Dereva -- 5.8, 5.63, 5.125
derevlęny
adjective used as substantive; masculine accusative plural of <drěvljaninŭ> Derevlian, from Dereva -- 6.53, 6.95
derevĭsku
adjective; feminine accusative singular of <drěvĭskŭ> of Dereva, related to Dereva, Derevlian -- 4.95, 5.50
derevěxŭ
proper noun; masculine locative plural of <Derevy> Dereva (placename) -- 3.224
derĭvĭska
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <drěvĭskŭ> of Dereva, related to Dereva, Derevlian -- 4.64
derĭvĭsku
adjective; feminine accusative singular of <drěvĭskŭ> of Dereva, related to Dereva, Derevlian -- 6.31
derĭvĭsku
adjective; masculine dative singular of <drěvĭskŭ> of Dereva, related to Dereva, Derevlian -- 4.110
derĭvĭstěi
adjective; feminine dative singular of <drěvĭskŭ> of Dereva, related to Dereva, Derevlian -- 7.203
derĭžaxu
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <drŭžati, -žǫ, -žiši> hold, have power over, rule -- 5.49
Dirŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Dirŭ> Dir (Scandinavian name) -- 2.219
dijavolĭ
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <dijavolĭ> of the devil, belonging to the devil, diabolical -- 9.35
dne
noun; masculine genitive singular of <dĭnĭ> day -- 3.228
Dněpru
proper noun; masculine dative singular of <Dněprŭ> Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea) -- 2.163
do
preposition; <do> (w. gen.) to, up to; (with numerals) about -- 3.226, 9.7, 10.327
dobra
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <dobrŭ> good -- 4.343
dobri
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <dobrŭ> good -- 4.20, 4.90
dobroty
noun; feminine genitive singular of <dobrota> goodness; beauty; virtue -- 9.366
dobudeši
verb; 2nd person singular present of <dobyti, -bǫdǫ, -bǫdeši> get, attain -- 3.45
domovi
noun; masculine dative singular of <domŭ> house -- 3.97, 3.115
dosěděti
verb; infinitive of <dosěděti, -ždǫ, -diši> bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field -- 6.180
dragaja
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <dragŭ> dear, precious -- 10.188
dragyi
adjective; masculine vocative singular of <dragŭ> dear, precious -- 8.193
drevlęne
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <drěvljaninŭ> Derevlian, from Dereva -- 4.61
drugiji
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative singular of <drugŭ> other -- 2.25
drugimŭ
adjective used as substantive; masculine dative plural of <drugŭ> other -- 7.13
drugija
adjective used as substantive; masculine accusative plural of <drugŭ> other -- 7.153
drugomu
adjective used as substantive; masculine dative singular of <drugŭ> other -- 2.88
družina
noun; feminine nominative singular of <družina> retinue, band of retainers, troop -- 3.23, 5.246
družina
noun; feminine vocative singular of <družina> retinue, band of retainers, troop -- 6.90
družinoju
noun; feminine instrumental singular of <družina> retinue, band of retainers, troop -- 5.266, 7.210
družinu
noun; feminine accusative singular of <družina> retinue, band of retainers, troop -- 3.113, 3.200
družiny
noun; feminine genitive singular of <družina> retinue, band of retainers, troop -- 3.119, 5.181
družině
noun; feminine dative singular of <družina> retinue, band of retainers, troop -- 3.92, 5.299
družině
noun; feminine locative singular of <družina> retinue, band of retainers, troop -- 9.65
druzii
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <drugŭ> other -- 1.181, 1.184, 1.188
drĭznovenie
noun; neuter accusative singular of <drŭznovenĭje> daring, audacity; trust, confidence, reliance -- 9.396
dušeju
noun; feminine instrumental singular of <duša> soul -- 10.62
duši
noun; feminine locative singular of <duša> soul -- 8.184
dušju
noun; feminine accusative singular of <duša> soul -- 8.278, 10.30
dŭvŭju
number adjective; neuter genitive dual of <dŭva, dŭvě> two -- 9.207
dyma
noun; masculine genitive singular of <dymŭ> smoke; hearth, home -- 1.52
děite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <dějati, dějǫ, děješi> do, commit -- 10.182, 10.197
dělajutĭ
verb; 3rd person plural present of <dělati, -lajǫ, -laješi> work, toil; till; quarry -- 6.194
děteskŭ
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <dětĭskŭ> childish -- 6.73
děti
noun; feminine nominative plural of <dětĭ> children; (often pl.) infants, children -- 10.360
dětĭskomŭ
adjective; masculine instrumental singular of <dětĭskŭ> childish -- 3.244
dětęti
noun; neuter dative singular of <dětę> infant; breast, teat; child -- 6.433
děju
verb; 1st person singular present of <dějati, dějǫ, děješi> do, commit -- 10.347
dějati
verb; infinitive of <dějati, dějǫ, děješi> do, commit -- 8.70
e
number; <e> five; five thousand -- 5.305
e
pronoun; masculine accusative plural of <*i> he -- 4.13, 4.325, 7.129
ego
pronoun; masculine genitive singular of <*i> he -- 2.73, 2.142, 8.39, 8.158, 8.256, 8.333, 8.412, 10.21, 10.104, 10.146
ego
pronoun; masculine genitive singular of <*i> he -- 3.72, 3.156, 3.163, 3.201, 3.219, 3.248, 3.272, 5.148, 5.187
eda
adverb; <jeda> if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise -- 5.28
edemŭ
verb; 2nd person plural present of <jaxati (jad-), -xajǫ, -xaješi> be carried, ride, go -- 4.176, 4.255
edino
adjective; neuter nominative singular of <edinŭ> one, only -- 9.117
eže
relative pronoun; neuter nominative singular of <iže> who, which -- 8.241
eliko
adverb; neuter accusative singular of <jelikŭ> how much, how many; as much, as many -- 8.155
emu
pronoun; masculine dative singular of <*i> he -- 10.7
emu
pronoun; masculine dative singular of <*i> he -- 3.88
emu
pronoun; masculine dative singular of <*i> he -- 3.282, 4.107
esi
verb; 2nd person singular present of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 9.259, 9.283, 9.394
esi
verb; 2nd person singular present of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 3.176
este
verb; 2nd person plural present of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 6.376
estĭ
verb; 3rd person singular present of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 3.217, 3.338, 3.358, 4.124, 6.427
ešče
adverb; <ješče> yet, still -- 10.383
ešče
adverb; <ešče> still -- 3.104
žalostĭno
adverb; neuter accusative singular of <žalostĭnŭ> sad -- 8.179, 10.178
že
conjunction; <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, 4.60, 4.119, 4.173, 4.205, 4.252, 4.273, 4.300, 4.355, 5.64, 5.85, 5.162, 5.178, 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, 7.144, 8.7, 8.168, 8.301, 8.314, 8.342, 9.60, 9.358, 9.409, 10.40, 10.364
želaja
participle; masculine nominative singular of <želati, -lajǫ, -laješi> desire, want, wish for -- 3.122
ženu
noun; feminine accusative singular of <žena> woman, wife -- 3.271
ži
conjunction; <že> and, but -- 7.72
živa
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <živŭ> alive, living -- 8.283
živy
adjective; masculine accusative plural of <živŭ> alive, living -- 4.365
žiti
verb; infinitive of <žiti, -živǫ, -živeši> live -- 9.415
žitii
noun; neuter locative singular of <žitĭje> life -- 8.243, 9.314
žitija
noun; neuter genitive singular of <žitĭje> life -- 10.296
žĭzle
noun; masculine vocative singular of <žĭzlŭ> staff, walking stick -- 8.201
dz
number; <dz> six; six thousand -- 1.7, 1.62, 1.75, 1.88, 3.7, 6.7
z
number; <z> seven -- 1.10
za
preposition; <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, 4.284, 5.25
zažeči
verb; infinitive of <zažešti, -žegǫ, -žežeši> set on fire, ignite, burn -- 5.108
zamorĭja
noun; neuter genitive singular of <zamorĭje> a transmarine region, (any) region across the sea -- 1.22
zaproša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <zaprěti, -prǫ, -preši> close, shut -- 5.95
zasypati
verb; infinitive of <zasypati, -pljǫ, -plješi> cover, cover over, hide, bury -- 4.363
zatvoriša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <zatvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši> close, shut -- 6.107, 6.128
zautra
preposition; <za> (w. acc.) after, by, because of, for; (w. instr.) behind; (w. gen.) because of + noun; neuter genitive singular of <jutro, utro> dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow -- 4.225
zvaxusja
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <zvati, zovǫ, zoveši> cry out; call, summon + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 1.176
zvěri
noun; masculine genitive singular of <zvěrĭ> (wild) animal -- 10.29
zemleju
noun; feminine instrumental singular of <zeml'ja> earth, land -- 2.232
zemli
noun; feminine dative singular of <zeml'ja> earth, land -- 7.204
zemli
noun; feminine locative singular of <zeml'ja> earth, land -- 8.420
zemlě
noun; feminine accusative plural of <zeml'ja> earth, land -- 6.198
zemlju
noun; feminine accusative singular of <zeml'ja> earth, land -- 5.51, 6.32, 10.13
zemlju
noun; feminine accusative singular of <zeml'ja> earth, land -- 4.96
zemlja
noun; feminine nominative singular of <zeml'ja> earth, land -- 1.209
zemlja
noun; feminine nominative singular of <zeml'ja> earth, land -- 2.46
zemlę
noun; feminine nominative singular of <zeml'ja> earth, land -- 4.65
zovetĭ
verb; 3rd person singular present of <zvati, zovǫ, zoveši> cry out; call, summon -- 4.238, 9.45
zovutsja
verb; 3rd person plural present of <zvati, zovǫ, zoveši> cry out; call, summon + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 1.182
zŭla
adjective used as substantive; neuter genitive singular of <zŭlŭ> evil, bad -- 10.201
zŭlii
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <zŭlŭ> evil, bad -- 10.100
zŭlobiemĭ
noun; neuter instrumental singular of <zlobĭje> malice -- 10.363, 10.380
zŭlyi
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <zŭlŭ> evil, bad -- 9.33
zŭlyja
adjective; feminine nominative plural of <zŭlŭ> evil, bad -- 10.20
zĭrěimo
noun; neuter nominative singular of <zĭrěimo> visible horizon, distance of eyesight; short distance -- 9.116
zĭrjašče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <zrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši> look at, behold; see -- 8.42
zělo
adverb; <zělo> very -- 5.168, 9.242, 10.27
I
conjunction; <i> and; also, too, even -- 1.142, 1.165, 2.5, 2.40, 2.97, 2.134, 2.160, 8.5, 8.17, 8.34, 8.100, 8.274, 8.358, 8.375, 8.395, 8.409, 9.5, 9.27, 9.77, 9.107, 9.130, 9.151, 9.176, 10.5, 10.56, 10.93, 10.120, 10.139
i
adverb; <i> and; also, too, even -- 3.43, 3.46, 3.103, 3.158, 3.225, 4.328, 6.359, 7.16, 7.20, 8.302, 9.14
i
conjunction; <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, 1.154, 1.191, 1.203, 1.205, 1.207, 1.212, 1.220, 1.223, 2.12, 2.18, 2.71, 2.75, 2.79, 2.122, 2.145, 2.164, 2.167, 2.172, 2.174, 2.199, 2.201, 2.218, 2.224, 2.228, 3.31, 3.63, 3.70, 3.186, 3.191, 3.199, 3.213, 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, 4.340, 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, 6.397, 6.404, 6.408, 6.431, 6.438, 6.449, 6.457, 6.460, 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, 8.21, 8.66, 8.75, 8.106, 8.126, 8.129, 8.139, 8.144, 8.169, 8.172, 8.181, 8.192, 8.194, 8.265, 8.319, 8.327, 8.382, 8.398, 9.47, 9.96, 9.111, 9.183, 9.186, 9.205, 9.210, 9.247, 9.308, 9.342, 9.367, 9.384, 9.412, 10.9, 10.11, 10.44, 10.68, 10.127, 10.160, 10.169, 10.187, 10.214, 10.230, 10.233, 10.256, 10.343, 10.379, 10.381
i
number; <i> eight -- 1.65
i
pronoun; masculine accusative singular of <*i> he -- 7.135, 8.8, 8.323, 8.384, 10.46, 10.66
igorevi
proper noun; masculine dative singular of <Igorĭ> Igor, Ingvar (Scandinavian name) -- 3.24
igorevy
adjective; feminine genitive singular of <igorevŭ> of Igor, Igor's, relating to Igor -- 4.359
igorĭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Igorĭ> Igor, Ingvar (Scandinavian name) -- 3.57, 3.190, 3.216
igorę
proper noun; masculine genitive singular of <Igorĭ> Igor, Ingvar (Scandinavian name) -- 3.198
ide
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <iti, idǫ, ideši> go -- 3.58, 6.29, 7.200
ideže
adverb; <ide> where; since; however + conjunction; <že> and, but -- 3.337, 3.357, 5.139, 7.98
idemŭ
verb; 1st person plural present of <iti, idǫ, ideši> go -- 4.181
ideta
verb; 3rd person dual aorist of <iti, idǫ, ideši> go -- 7.180
idetĭ
verb; 3rd person singular present of <iti, idǫ, ideši> go -- 3.137
ideši
verb; 2nd person singular present of <iti, idǫ, ideši> go -- 3.173
idoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <iti, idǫ, ideši> go -- 1.166
idu
verb; 1st person singular present of <iti, idǫ, ideši> go -- 5.130
idutĭ
verb; 3rd person plural present of <iti, idǫ, ideši> go -- 5.262
iduče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <iti, idǫ, ideši> go -- 2.165
idušče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <iti, idǫ, ideši> go -- 3.86
idušči
participle; 2nd person feminine nominative singular of <iti, idǫ, ideši> go -- 5.183
iděte
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <iti, idǫ, ideši> go -- 3.94, 4.150, 6.435
iže
relative pronoun; masculine nominative plural of <iže> who, which -- 2.196, 4.92, 5.48
iže
relative pronoun; masculine nominative singular of <iže> who, which -- 1.150
izbi
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <izbiti, -bijǫ, -biješi> kill -- 7.151
Izbiša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <izbiti, -bijǫ, -biješi> kill -- 8.300
Izborĭstě
proper noun; masculine locative singular of <Izborĭskŭ> Izborsk -- 2.31
izgiboša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <izgybati, -bajǫ -bljǫ, -baješi -blješi> perish, be destroyed -- 2.200
izgorěša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <izgorěti, -rjǫ, -riši> burn up -- 5.113
izidoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <iziti, -idǫ, -ideši> go out -- 6.40
izmyvše
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <izmyti, -myjǫ, -myješi> bathe, wash -- 5.72
izŭ
preposition; <iz> (w. gen.) from, out of -- 1.21, 3.193, 6.136, 7.121, 8.23
izŭbrašajasja
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <izbrati, -berǫ, -bereši> elect, select, choose + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 2.6
Izŭgnaša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <izgnati, iždenǫ, iždeneši> cast out, cast away; drive out, drive away -- 1.98
izŭkorŭstěnę
proper noun; masculine genitive singular of <Iskorostěnĭ> Iskorosten (name of a city) -- 3.195
izŭmereti
verb; infinitive of <izmrěti, -mrǫ, -mreši> die -- 6.210
izŭnemogli
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <iznemošti, -mogǫ, -možeši> be unable; be weak; become wearied, be exhausted -- 6.377
izŭnima
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <izimati, jemljǫ, jemlješi> take, take up; acquire; capture -- 7.146
imati
verb; infinitive of <imati, jemljǫ, jemlješi> take, take up; acquire -- 6.282, 7.128
Imaxu
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <imati, jemljǫ, jemlješi> take, take up; acquire -- 1.18
imaxu
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <imati, jemljǫ, jemlješi> take, take up; acquire -- 1.38, 1.47
imuče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <jęti, imǫ, imeši> take, seize; (refl.) take to, set out, start on -- 6.213
imušča
participle; feminine genitive singular of <iměti, imamĭ, imaši> have, hold -- 10.332
imušče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <iměti, imamĭ, imaši> have, hold -- 10.107
imŭ
pronoun; masculine dative plural of <*i> he -- 1.105, 3.69, 4.19, 4.44, 4.120, 4.342, 5.10, 6.247, 6.320, 6.424, 8.69
iměnĭja
noun; neuter accusative plural of <iměnĭe> having, possession, property -- 3.124
imějušče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <iměti, imějǫ, iměješi> have, possess -- 10.31
imę
noun; neuter nominative singular of <imę> name -- 4.106
iskopati
verb; infinitive of <iskopati, -pajǫ, -paješi> dig, dig out, excavate -- 4.207
iskorŭstěnę
proper noun; masculine genitive singular of <Iskorostěnĭ> Iskorosten (name of a city) -- 3.221
iskoči
3rd person singular aorist of <iskočiti, -čǫ, -čiši> leap up, leap out, start -- 8.22
isoděli
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <izodějati sę, -odějǫ sę, -oděješi sę> be dressed up, be adorned -- 3.27
ispadoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <ispasti, -padǫ, -padeši> fall out, turn out, fall down, slip out, escape -- 10.126
ispravitĭ
verb; 3rd person singular present of <ispraviti, -vl'jǫ, -viši> accomplish -- 8.216
isprosistasja
verb; 3rd person dual aorist of <isprositi, -žǫ, -siši> seek, search (for); gain by asking + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 2.147
ispuščaaše
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <ispustiti, -štǫ, -stiši> loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit -- 10.180
istobŭku
noun; feminine accusative singular of <istŭbŭka> tent, hut; bathhouse -- 5.98
istopku
noun; feminine accusative singular of <istŭbŭka> tent, hut; bathhouse -- 5.87
isěkoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <isěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši> cut down; kill, slaughter -- 5.303
iulija
noun; masculine genitive singular of <ijulii, ijulĭ> (the month of) July -- 8.285
ixŭ
pronoun; masculine genitive plural of <*i> he -- 2.207, 3.56, 3.189, 3.204, 5.304, 5.316, 7.33, 7.160
ixŭ že
pronoun; masculine genitive plural of <*i> he + conjunction; <že> and, but -- 5.248
k
number; <k> twenty -- 3.298
k
preposition; <> (w. dat.) to, toward -- 1.171, 3.169, 3.301, 4.15, 4.235, 4.314, 5.131, 5.242, 6.410, 7.185
kazatelju
noun; masculine vocative singular of <kazatelĭ> corrector, reprover -- 8.202
Kako
interrogative adverb; <kako> how, how is it that -- 8.224, 9.257, 9.273
kako
interrogative adverb; <kako> how, how is it that -- 8.230, 8.237, 9.260
kalandŭ
noun; masculine genitive plural of <kalanŭdi> (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month -- 8.291
kamenŭ
noun; masculine genitive plural of <kamy> stone, rock -- 3.372
kaja
indefinite adjective; feminine nominative singular of <kŭi, koe, koja> which?, what?; some, any -- 10.245
kdě
interrogative adverb; <kŭde> where, when -- 5.244
kievu
proper noun; masculine dative singular of <Kyevŭ> Kiev, Kyiv (name of a city) -- 5.310, 6.258, 7.181
kievŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Kyjevŭ> Kiev, Kyiv -- 3.336
kievĭskija
adjective; feminine genitive singular of <kyjevĭskŭ> of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan -- 3.323
kievĭstii
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <kyjevĭskŭ> of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan -- 5.33
kievě
proper noun; masculine locative singular of <Kyevŭ> Kiev, Kyiv (name of a city) -- 3.240
Kiji
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Kyi> Kyi, Kii (legendary founder of Kiev) -- 2.193
kijane
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <kyjaninŭ> of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan -- 4.274
klasa
noun; masculine genitive singular of <klasŭ> ear of corn -- 10.308
klěti
noun; feminine nominative plural of <klětĭ> house; household; basement, cellar; shed -- 7.81
knjažašču
participle; masculine dative singular of <knęžiti, -žǫ, -žiši> rule, be king, have power -- 2.235
knjažitŭ
verb; supine of <knęžiti, -žǫ, -žiši> rule, be king, have power -- 1.222
knjazju
noun; masculine dative singular of <kŭnęzĭ> prince -- 10.250
knjazja
noun; masculine genitive singular of <kŭnęzĭ> prince -- 1.149
knęgine
noun; feminine vocative singular of <kŭnęgyni> princess -- 4.34
knęgini
noun; feminine nominative singular of <kŭnęgyni> princess -- 4.281
knęže
noun; masculine vocative singular of <kŭnęzĭ> prince -- 3.37
knęžĭ
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <kŭnęžĭ> of a prince, relating to a prince, princely -- 3.353
knęzemŭ
noun; masculine instrumental singular of <kŭnęzĭ> prince -- 3.140
knęzi
noun; masculine nominative plural of <kŭnęzĭ> prince -- 4.89
knęzĭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <kŭnęzĭ> prince -- 3.275, 4.100, 4.286, 5.27
knęzĭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <kŭnęzĭ> prince -- 4.277, 6.86
knęzě
noun; masculine locative singular of <kŭnęzĭ> prince -- 6.92
knęzju
noun; masculine dative singular of <kŭnęzĭ> prince -- 4.109
knęzę
noun; masculine genitive singular of <kŭnęzĭ> prince -- 3.267, 6.143
ko
preposition; <> (w. dat.) to, toward -- 2.148, 5.75, 6.175
kogda
adverb; <kogda> when; sometime -- 6.256, 6.262
koemuždo
pronoun; masculine dative singular of <kŭždo> every, everyone -- 7.32
kozari
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <kozarinŭ> Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga) -- 1.37
kozaromŭ
adjective; masculine dative plural of <kozarinŭ> Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga) -- 2.208
kola
noun; neuter accusative plural of <kola, kolese> wheel -- 8.349
komuždo
adjective; masculine dative singular of <kŭždo> every, everyone -- 7.11, 7.18
konevi
noun; masculine dative singular of <konĭ> horse -- 6.66, 6.70
konixŭ
noun; masculine locative plural of <konĭ> horse -- 4.257
konĭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <konĭ> horse -- 9.68, 9.93
konĭca
noun; masculine genitive singular of <konĭcĭ> a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis -- 10.328
koněxŭ
noun; masculine locative plural of <konĭ> horse -- 4.178
kopĭe
noun; neuter nominative singular of <kopĭje> spear, lance; sword -- 6.62
kopĭemŭ
noun; neuter instrumental singular of <kopĭje> spear, lance; sword -- 6.50
korablici
noun; masculine locative singular of <korablĭcĭ> caravel, (a type of) boat -- 9.122, 10.43
kormilecĭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <krŭmilĭcĭ> tutor, teacher, pedagogue -- 3.247
kriviči
noun; masculine nominative plural <kriviči> (pl.) the Krivitchians (a Slavic tribe) -- 1.206, 2.112
krivičěxŭ
noun; masculine locative plural <kriviči> (pl.) the Krivitchians (a Slavic tribe) -- 1.35
kromě
adverb; <kromě> (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against -- 5.296, 8.324
krŭvopiicě
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <krŭvopijica> blood-drinking, bloodthirsty -- 10.24
krěpko
adverb; neuter accusative singular of <krěpŭkŭ> (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously -- 6.135
krěsiti
verb; infinitive of <krěsiti, -šǫ, -siši> rouse, wake, raise -- 4.132
Kto
interrogative pronoun; masculine nominative singular of <kŭto> who -- 8.212, 8.252
kto
interrogative pronoun; masculine nominative singular of <kŭto> who -- 8.258
Kuju
interrogative adjective; feminine accusative singular of <kŭi, koe, koja> which?, what?; some, any -- 10.225
preposition; <> (w. dat.) to, toward -- 1.169, 3.65, 5.7, 5.124, 5.185, 7.21, 7.31, 8.122, 9.139, 9.154, 10.70, 10.156, 10.249, 10.253
kŭžĭdo
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative singular of <kŭždo> every, everyone -- 8.182
kŭnjaže
noun; masculine vocative singular of <kŭnęzĭ> prince -- 8.189
legŭko
adverb; <lĭgŭko> easily -- 5.182
letě
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <letěti, -štǫ, -tiši> fly; run -- 6.63
li
adverb; <li> or; whether -- 4.344, 8.259
li
conjunction; <li> or; whether -- 7.85, 10.244
lice
noun; neuter accusative singular of <lice> face, form -- 9.326, 10.162
licĭmĭ
noun; neuter instrumental singular of <lice> face, form -- 8.128
lodiju
noun; feminine accusative singular of <lodĭja> boat -- 10.103
lodĭeju
noun; feminine instrumental singular of <lodĭja> boat -- 4.330
lodĭi
noun; feminine locative singular of <lodĭja> boat -- 3.300, 3.315, 4.191, 4.264, 4.291
lodĭi
noun; feminine locative singular of <lodĭja> boat -- 4.157
lodĭě
noun; feminine locative singular of <lodĭja> boat -- 4.186
lodĭju
noun; feminine accusative singular of <lodĭja> boat -- 4.152, 4.196
lozy
noun; feminine genitive singular of <loza> twig, branch; grape-vine -- 10.325
lučĭšie
comparative adjective; masculine accusative plural of <lučĭi, luče, lučĭši> better -- 3.295
lučĭšie
comparative adjective; masculine nominative plural of <lučĭi, luče, lučĭši> better -- 5.46
lĭzě
adverb; <lĭzě> permitted, allowable; (w. 'to be') be possible -- 7.104
lěto
noun; neuter accusative singular of <lěto> year, summer -- 1.6, 1.61, 1.74, 1.87, 3.6, 3.21, 6.6, 6.159
lětu
noun; neuter locative dual of <lěto> year, summer -- 2.68
ljuba
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <ljubŭ> dear; pleasing; choice, chosen -- 4.122
ljubimaja
passive participle; feminine nominative singular of <ljubiti, -bljǫ, -biši> love -- 8.76
ljudemŭ
noun; masculine dative plural of <ljudĭje> (pl.) men, people; population, (a) people -- 5.202
ljudemŭ
noun; masculine dative plural of <ljudĭje> (pl.) men, people; population, (a) people -- 6.459
ljudi
noun; masculine accusative plural of <ljudĭje> (pl.) men, people; population, (a) people -- 7.149
ljudĭe
noun; masculine nominative plural of <ljudĭje> (pl.) men, people; population, (a) people -- 3.329, 5.32, 6.463, 7.120
ljudĭe
noun; masculine nominative plural of <ljudĭje> (pl.) men, people; population, (a) people -- 2.50
ljudĭmi
noun; masculine instrumental plural of <ljudĭje> (pl.) men, people; population, (a) people -- 4.139
ljuti
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <ljutŭ> terrible, wild -- 10.26
lęzite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <lešti, lęgǫ, lęžeši> lie down, recline -- 4.155
mala
adjective used as substantive; neuter genitive singular of <malŭ> small, young -- 6.385
Malo
adjective; neuter accusative singular of <malŭ> small, young -- 8.84
malo
adjective used as substantive; neuter accusative singular of <malŭ> small, young -- 6.329, 6.366
malo
adjective used as substantive; neuter nominative singular of <malŭ> small, young -- 3.205
malo
adverb; neuter accusative singular of <malŭ> small, young -- 9.99
malomŭ
adjective used as substantive; neuter instrumental singular of <malŭ> small, young -- 3.117
malomŭ
proper noun; masculine instrumental singular of <Malŭ> Mal (name of a prince) -- 3.142
malu
adjective; feminine singular accusative of <malŭ> small, young -- 6.284
malŭ
proper noun; masculine accusative singular of <Malŭ> Mal (name of a prince) -- 3.277, 4.103
malŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Malŭ> Mal (name of a prince) -- 4.108
maly
adjective; feminine genitive singular of <malŭ> small, young -- 5.180
maly
adjective; masculine accusative plural of <malŭ> small, young -- 7.28
malě
adjective; feminine locative singular of <malŭ> small, young -- 9.64
medomĭ
noun; masculine instrumental singular of <medŭ, medu> honey -- 6.307
medu
noun; masculine genitive singular of <medŭ, medu> honey -- 6.325
medy
noun; masculine accusative plural of <medŭ, medu> honey -- 5.135, 5.166
mene
pronoun; genitive singular of <azŭ> I -- 5.31, 10.183, 10.198, 10.212, 10.294
meri
proper noun; feminine locative singular of <merja> (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river) -- 1.29
merja
proper noun; feminine nominative singular of <merja> (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river) -- 2.115
meča
noun; masculine accusative plural of <mečĭ> sword -- 10.106
mečĭmĭ
noun; masculine instrumental singular of <mečĭ> sword -- 8.385
mi
pronoun; dative singular of <azŭ> I -- 4.123, 6.341, 8.85, 9.302, 10.279
milaja
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <milŭ> wretched, pitiable; excusable -- 8.74, 10.186
milosti
noun; feminine genitive singular of <milostĭ> grace, loving kindness -- 9.262
milŭ
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <milŭ> wretched, pitiable; excusable -- 8.67, 10.344
milyi
adjective; masculine vocative singular of <milŭ> wretched, pitiable; excusable -- 8.191, 9.381
mimo
adverb; <mimo> past, by -- 2.166
mira
noun; masculine genitive singular of <mirŭ> world; peace -- 8.228
mirŭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <mirŭ> world; peace -- 8.141
mistišinŭ
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <mistišinŭ> of Mistisha, relating to Mistisha, Mistisha's -- 3.255
mladenĭstvuite
noun; 2nd person plural imperative of <mladenĭstvovati, -vujǫ, -vuješi> be a child -- 10.365
mladenĭstvuju
noun; 1st person singular present of <mladenĭstvovati, -vujǫ, -vuješi> be a child -- 10.384
mleko
noun; neuter accusative singular of <mlěko> milk -- 10.313
mnogi
adjective; masculine accusative plural of <mŭnogŭ> much, many -- 2.225, 5.136, 5.167
mnogo
adjective; neuter accusative singular of <mŭnogŭ> much, many -- 6.25
mnogy
adjective; masculine accusative plural of <mŭnogŭ> much, many -- 8.304
mně
pronoun; dative singular of <azŭ> I -- 4.128, 5.76, 6.187, 6.430, 8.188, 9.191, 9.220, 9.229, 9.292
mně
pronoun; locative singular of <azŭ> I -- 5.264
mněxŭ
verb; 1st person singular aorist of <mĭněti, mĭnjǫ, mĭniši> believe, think, assume -- 9.324
movĭ
noun; feminine accusative singular of <movĭ> a washing, bath -- 5.68
mogila
noun; feminine nominative singular of <mogyla> grave, tomb, burial mound -- 3.218
mogilu
noun; feminine accusative singular of <mogyla> grave, tomb, burial mound -- 5.205
mogoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <mošti, mogǫ, možeši> be able, can -- 8.330
mogušče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <mošti, mogǫ, možeši> be able, can -- 8.316
moego
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <moi, moe, moja> my, mine -- 9.370
moego
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <moi, moe, moja> my, mine -- 5.142, 5.268
moemu
adjective; masculine dative singular of <moi, moe, moja> my, mine -- 8.92, 8.143, 10.229, 10.254
moemu
adjective; masculine dative singular of <moi, moe, moja> my, mine -- 6.432
moemĭ
adjective; neuter locative singular of <moi, moe, moja> my, mine -- 9.401
moeě
adjective; feminine genitive singular of <moi, moe, moja> my, mine -- 10.267
možaaxu
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <mošti, mogǫ, možeši> be able, can -- 8.162
možaše
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <mošti, mogǫ, možeši> be able, can -- 6.161
moi
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <moi, moe, moja> my, mine -- 6.361
moi
adjective; masculine vocative plural of <moi, moe, moja> my, mine -- 10.235, 10.270
moi
adjective; masculine vocative singular of <moi, moe, moja> my, mine -- 9.193, 9.349, 9.382
moli
verb; 2nd person singular imperative of <moliti, -ljǫ, -liši> beseech, ask; pray -- 9.399
molitisja
verb; infinitive of <moliti, -ljǫ, -liši> beseech, ask; pray + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 8.65, 8.110
Molju
verb; 1st person singular present of <moliti, -ljǫ, -liši> beseech, ask; pray -- 10.340
more
noun; neuter accusative singular of <mor'e> sea -- 1.101, 1.168
moja
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <moi, moe, moja> my, mine -- 8.73, 10.185
muža
noun; masculine accusative plural of <mǫžĭ> man, husband -- 5.18
muža
noun; masculine genitive singular of <mǫžĭ> man, husband -- 4.68, 4.129, 5.141, 5.267, 6.236, 6.254
muža
noun; masculine nominative dual of <mǫžĭ> man, husband -- 2.139
muževi
noun; masculine dative singular of <mǫžĭ> man, husband -- 6.265
mužemŭ
noun; masculine dative plural of <mǫžĭ> man, husband -- 7.156
mužemŭ
noun; masculine dative plural of <mǫžĭ> man, husband -- 2.81
muži
noun; masculine accusative plural of <mǫžĭ> man, husband -- 3.296
muži
noun; masculine locative singular of <mǫžĭ> man, husband -- 5.198
muži
noun; masculine nominative plural of <mǫžĭ> man, husband -- 3.71, 5.47
mužĭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <mǫžĭ> man, husband -- 4.73, 6.360
mužju
noun; masculine dative singular of <mǫžĭ> man, husband -- 5.152
muroma
proper noun; feminine nominative singular of <muroma> the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river) -- 2.121
Muromě
proper noun; masculine locative singular of <Muromŭ> Murom (name of a city) -- 2.120
mŭnogaago
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <mŭnogŭ> much, many -- 9.371
mŭnogyxŭ
adjective; feminine genitive plural of <mŭnogŭ> much, many -- 8.173
mŭščati
verb; infinitive of <mĭštati, -tajǫ, -taješi> defend against, revenge, avenge -- 6.278
my
pronoun; nominative plural of <azŭ> I -- 3.34, 3.47
my
pronoun; nominative plural of <azŭ> I -- 2.202
myti
verb; infinitive of <myti, myjǫ, myješi> bathe, wash -- 5.93
mĭstila
past participle; feminine nominative singular of <mĭštati, -tajǫ, -taješi> defend against, revenge, avenge -- 6.251
mĭščati
verb; infinitive of <mĭštati, -tajǫ, -taješi> defend against, revenge, avenge -- 6.235
měsjaca
noun; masculine genitive singular of <měsęcĭ> moon, month -- 8.284
mja
pronoun; accusative singular of <azŭ> I -- 9.341, 10.248
pronoun; accusative singular of <azŭ> I -- 5.13
n
number; <n> fifty -- 3.9, 6.9
Na
preposition; <na> (w. acc.) onto, against, for, to the extent; (w. loc.) on, at -- 9.88
na
preposition; <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, 9.119
nagymŭ
adjective used as substantive; masculine dative plural of <nagŭ> naked -- 8.199
nadŭ
preposition; <nadŭ> (w. acc. or instr.) over, above -- 3.364, 5.146
nazi
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <nagŭ> naked -- 3.35
nakazanymŭ
participle used as substantive; masculine dative plural of <nakazati, -zajǫ, -zaješi> chastise; instruct; admonish, warn -- 8.204
nalomi
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <nalomiti, -mljǫ, -miši> break, fracture -- 9.97
nami
pronoun; instrumental plural of <azŭ> I -- 1.153, 1.225, 3.39
namŭ
pronoun; dative plural of <azŭ> I -- 4.275, 8.53
naročity
adjective; masculine accusative plural of <naročitŭ> established, well established, noteworthy, notable, noble -- 5.19
narjada
noun; masculine genitive singular of <narędŭ> order -- 1.215
naselĭnici
noun; masculine nominative plural of <naselĭnikŭ> inhabitant, resident; native; immigrant -- 2.106
nasilęše
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <nasiliti, -ljǫ, -liši> do violence to, force, oppress (w. dat.) -- 3.68
nasŭ
pronoun; genitive plural of <azŭ> I -- 6.304
nautrija
noun; neuter genitive singular of <nautrĭje> morning, morrow, tomorrow -- 4.137
naxodici
noun; masculine nominative plural of <noxodĭnikŭ> invader -- 2.102
načasta
verb; 3rd person dual aorist of <načęti, -čĭnǫ, -čĭneši> begin -- 2.229
načatŭ
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <načęti, -čĭnǫ, -čĭneši> begin -- 8.64, 8.109, 9.18
načatĭ
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <načęti, -čĭnǫ, -čĭneši> begin -- 8.363
načaša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <načęti, -čĭnǫ, -čĭneši> begin -- 5.91, 8.35, 10.98
naša
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <našĭ> our, of us -- 1.210, 4.282, 5.247
naši
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <našĭ> our, of us -- 4.88
našĭ
adjective; masculine accusative singular of <našĭ> our, of us -- 4.101
našĭ
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <našĭ> our, of us -- 4.278
našĭ
adjective; masculine vocative singular of <našĭ> our, of us -- 8.190
Ne
adverb; <ne> not -- 9.157, 10.181, 10.196, 10.210, 10.292, 10.306, 10.323
ne
adverb; <ne> not -- 1.103, 1.114, 2.140, 3.154, 3.161, 3.187, 3.327, 4.131, 4.175, 4.254, 5.29, 6.160, 6.212, 6.276, 6.352, 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, 9.274, 10.216, 10.297, 10.309, 10.326, 10.359
nebo
noun; neuter accusative singular of <nebo> heaven, sky -- 8.103
nevolę
noun; feminine nominative singular of <nevolja> need, necessity -- 4.276
nego
pronoun; masculine genitive singular of <*i> he -- 2.137
neže
adverb; <ne> not + conjunction; <že> and, but -- 9.306, 9.416
neji
pronoun; feminine locative singular of <*i> he -- 1.217
neistovjasja
participle; masculine nominative singular of <neistoviti sę, -vljǫ sę, -viši sę> be mad, be furious -- 9.17
nemilostivii
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <nemilostivŭ> unmerciful -- 10.23
nemu
pronoun; masculine dative singular of <*i> he -- 3.170, 10.71
nesŭše
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <nesti, -sǫ, -seši> bring -- 4.323
neuvjadaemyi
adjective; masculine accusative singular of <neuvędajemŭ> unfading -- 8.400
ni
conjunction; <ni> and not, nor, no; (repeated) neither... nor -- 4.179, 4.258, 6.326, 8.163
nivy
noun; feminine accusative plural of <n'iva> field, ground -- 6.195
nikiforovŭ
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <nikiforovŭ> of Nicephorus -- 3.343
nimi
pronoun; masculine instrumental plural of <*i> he -- 5.232
nimŭ
pronoun; masculine dative plural of <*i> he -- 4.236, 8.123, 10.157
nimĭ
pronoun; masculine instrumental singular of <*i> he -- 9.92
nitŭkoju
noun; feminine instrumental singular of <nitŭka> thread -- 7.29
nixŭ
pronoun; masculine genitive plural of <*i> he -- 10.84
nixŭ
pronoun; masculine locative plural of <*i> he -- 1.117, 1.127, 5.97
ničto že
indefinite pronoun; neuter accusative singular of <nikŭtože> no one, nobody -- 10.199
no
conjunction; <> but -- 2.143, 3.330, 4.133, 4.182, 6.233, 6.279, 6.328
novogorodĭci
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <novŭgorodĭkŭ> Novgorodian, of Novgorod -- 2.51
novugorodĭci
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <novŭgorodĭkŭ> Novgorodian, of Novgorod -- 2.47
Nověgorodě
proper noun; masculine locative singular of <Novŭ Gradŭ> Novgorod (literally 'Newtown') -- 2.23, 2.108, 2.237
nogi
noun; feminine locative singular of <noga> foot -- 6.69
nogu
noun; feminine accusative singular of <noga> foot -- 9.98
nosjašča
participle; masculine genitive singular of <nositi, -šǫ, -siši> carry; have -- 10.315
conjunction; <> but -- 8.175, 9.13, 9.277, 10.312, 10.395
ny
pronoun; accusative plural of <azŭ> I -- 3.166, 4.63, 4.184, 4.262
ny
pronoun; dative plural of <azŭ> I -- 4.358
nyne
adverb; <nyn'ja, nyně> now -- 4.149
Nyně
adverb; <nyn'ja, nyně> now -- 9.357
nyně
adverb; <nyn'ja, nyně> now -- 3.339, 6.321
něstĭ
adverb; <ne> not + verb; 3rd person singular present of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 6.324, 10.393
nětŭ
adverb; <ne> not + verb; 3rd person singular present of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 1.218
nju
pronoun; feminine accusative singular of <*i> he -- 5.55
pronoun; masculine accusative plural of <*i> he -- 5.285, 7.174
O
interjection; <o> (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh! -- 9.189, 9.380
o
number; <o> seventy -- 1.90
o
preposition; <o (ob)> (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against -- 9.141, 9.400
obida
noun; feminine nominative singular of <obida> injustice, outrage, injury -- 10.246
obidu
noun; feminine accusative singular of <obida> injustice, outrage, injury -- 10.226
obilna
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <obilĭnŭ> copious, abundant, large -- 1.213
obladaše
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <obladati, -dajǫ, -daješi> (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign -- 2.125
oblijavŭsja
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <oblijati, -lějǫ, -lěješi> pour over -- 8.132
obnaženy
past passive participle; masculine accusative plural of <obŭnažiti, -žǫ, -žiši> uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand -- 10.105
obradovaša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <obradovati, -dujǫ, -duješi> show grace; rejoice, be merry -- 6.461
ovomu
demonstrative pronoun; masculine dative singular of <ovŭ, ovo, ova> this, this one; (repeated) the one... the other -- 2.84, 2.86
ovcě
noun; feminine accusative plural of <ovĭca> sheep -- 3.148
obĭrtěvŭše
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <obrŭtěti, -štǫ, -tiši> wrap up, envelop, involve; return -- 8.344
odeže
noun; feminine vocative singular of <odežda> garment, clothing, clothes -- 8.198
okanĭnyi
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <okanĭnŭ> wretched -- 9.11
okrugŭ
preposition; <okrǫgŭ> (adv., prep. w. gen.) around, near -- 8.38
olĭzě
proper noun; feminine dative singular of <Olĭga> Olga, Helga (Scandinavian name) -- 3.302, 4.315, 5.243, 6.411, 7.186
omačajuščju
participle; masculine dative singular of <omačati, -čajǫ, -čaješi> moisten, wet -- 10.14
omračaaxusja
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <omračati, -čajǫ, -čaješi> grow dark, darken -- 10.67
omĭrtvěša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <omrŭtvěti, -vějǫ, -věješi> die -- 10.131
Oni
demonstrative pronoun; masculine nominative singular of <onŭ, ono, ona> that, that one -- 2.186
oni
demonstrative pronoun; masculine nominative plural of <onŭ, ono, ona> that, that one -- 10.64, 10.101
onogo
demonstrative pronoun; masculine nominative singular of <onŭ, ono, ona> that, that one -- 8.262
Onŭ
demonstrative pronoun; masculine nominative singular of <onŭ, ono, ona> that, that one -- 9.59
osadě
noun; feminine locative singular of <osada> siege -- 6.379
ostavi
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <ostaviti, -vl'jǫ, -viši> let, leave, neglect, forget -- 9.9
ostasta
verb; 3rd person dual aorist of <ostati, ostanǫ, ostaneši> stay behind, remain -- 2.220
otdaite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <otŭdajati, -dajǫ, -daješi> donate, give, give as a give; give in exchange, give in return -- 8.87
otecĭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <otĭcĭ> father -- 9.44, 9.160
otoropě
noun; masculine locative singular of <otoropŭ> hurry, haste -- 8.26
otroky
noun; masculine accusative plural of <otrokŭ> boy, servant -- 8.303
otsěkŭše
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <otŭsěknǫti, -nǫ, -neši> cut off -- 8.320
otca
noun; masculine genitive singular of <otĭcĭ> father -- 9.369
otci
noun; masculine locative singular of <otĭcĭ> father -- 9.239
otčajaxŭsja
verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <otŭčajati, -čajǫ, -čaješi> give up hope, despair + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 9.243
Otŭ
preposition; <otŭ> (w. gen.) of, from; by -- 9.201
otŭ
preposition; <otŭ> (w. gen.) of, from; by -- 1.51, 2.41, 2.52, 8.159, 8.166, 9.113, 9.137, 9.167, 9.275, 9.278, 9.310, 9.364, 9.368, 10.18, 10.83, 10.124, 10.129, 10.295
ō^
preposition; <otŭ> (w. gen.) of, from; by -- 5.110, 6.342, 6.399
otŭvĭrgoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <otŭvrěšti, -vrĭgǫ, -vrĭgeši> throw away, renounce -- 8.322
ō^ide
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <otiti, -idǫ, -ideši> go out, depart -- 5.295
ō^pusti
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <otŭpustiti, -štǫ, -stiši> allow, let, free; send (away) -- 4.193
otĭni
adjective; feminine locative singular of <otĭnĭ> (poss. adj.) of the father, father's -- 9.142
očima
noun; neuter instrumental dual of <oko> eye -- 8.125, 10.159
očjuženyi
past passive participle; masculine nominative singular of <otŭčužditi, -dǫ, -diši> separate, remove -- 9.363
pagubu
noun; feminine accusative singular of <paguba> capture; destruction, ruin; disease; corruption -- 9.281
pače
adverb; <pače> more, even more -- 9.241
pervoi
adjective; feminine dative singular of <prŭvŭ> first -- 3.66
peregŭběxŭ
noun; masculine locative plural of <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
Peredŭslavy
proper noun; feminine genitive singular of <Prědŭslava> Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb) -- 9.138
perežĭgoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <prěžešti, -žegǫ, -žežeši> burn -- 5.86
perĭvii
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <prŭvŭ> first -- 2.105
pečali
noun; feminine genitive singular of <pečalĭ> sadness, affliction -- 8.170
pečaliju
noun; feminine instrumental singular of <pečalĭ> sadness, affliction -- 9.184
piti
verb; infinitive of <piti, pijǫ, piješi> drink -- 5.224, 5.283
plaka
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <plakati, plačǫ, -češi> weep, mourn -- 5.195
plakaaxusja
verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <plakati, plačǫ, -češi> weep, mourn + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 8.180
platiti
verb; infinitive of <platiti, -štǫ, -tiši> loose, free, set free, pay -- 7.162
platki
noun; masculine accusative plural of <platŭkŭ> cloth, garment -- 7.27
platjače
participle; masculine nominative plural of <platiti, -štǫ, -tiši> loose, free, set free, pay -- 2.204
plačĭmĭ
noun; masculine instrumental singular of <plačĭ> weeping, tears -- 9.181
plačju
noun; masculine genitive dual of <plačĭ> weeping, tears -- 9.203
plačju
verb; 1st person singular present of <plakati, plačǫ, -češi> weep, mourn -- 5.144, 9.240
Plačjusja
verb; 1st person singular present of <plakati, plačǫ, -češi> weep, mourn + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 9.237
plačjusja
verb; 1st person singular present of <plakati, plačǫ, -češi> weep, mourn + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 9.204
plačjuščjusja
participle; masculine dative singular of <plakati, plačǫ, -češi> weep, mourn + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 10.10
plemeni
noun; neuter genitive singular of <plemę> seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group -- 2.141
plovušče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <pluti, plovǫ, ploveši> flow; navigate, sail -- 10.97
plodŭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <plodŭ> fruit -- 10.331
Po
preposition; <po> (w. dat.) on, about (motion on surface); (w. acc.) on, after, on account of; (w. loc.) after, following, for -- 2.65
po
preposition; <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, 2.98, 2.162, 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
povezoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <povesti, -zǫ, -zeši> tow, drag -- 8.350
povele
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <povelěti, -ljǫ, -liši> give a command, command -- 5.280
povelě
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <povelěti, -ljǫ, -liši> give a command, command -- 4.206, 4.362, 5.66, 5.107, 5.201, 5.210, 5.226, 5.298, 7.17, 7.42, 7.124
povelěnoe
participle used as substantive; neuter accusative singular of <povelěti, -ljǫ, -liši> give a command, command -- 8.52
poverzyvajušče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <povĭrzyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi> tie, bind; fasten, attach -- 7.30
povědaša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <pověděti, -věmĭ, -věsi> announce, report, recount -- 4.6, 6.458
poběgoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <poběgnǫti, -nǫ, -neši> flee, take flight -- 6.105, 7.119
pobědiša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <poběditi, -ždǫ, -diši> conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out -- 6.94
pogrebenŭ
past passive participle; masculine nominative singular of <pogreti, -grebǫ, -grebeši> bury -- 3.214
pogreboša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <pogreti, -grebǫ, -grebeši> bury -- 8.421
pogubitĭ
verb; 3rd person singular present of <pogubiti, -bljǫ, -biši> destroy -- 3.167
podolĭi
noun; neuter locative singular of <podolĭje> valley, vale; base, foundation -- 3.326
podŭ
preposition; <podŭ> (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location) -- 3.312, 7.73, 9.91
požiti
verb; infinitive of <požiti, -živǫ, -živeši> live -- 9.315
požĭže
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <požešti, -gǫ, -žeši> set on fire, kindle, ignite -- 7.134
požĭnete
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <požęti, -žĭnjǫ, -žĭnješi> mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest -- 10.293
požĭněte
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <požęti, -žĭnjǫ, -žĭnješi> mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest -- 10.307
poznati
verb; infinitive of <poznati, -ajǫ, -aješi> know -- 8.331
poide
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <poiti, -idǫ, -ideši> go, set out; go back, return -- 3.82, 9.69, 9.112, 10.41
poidi
verb; 2nd person singular imperative of <poiti, -idǫ, -ideši> go, set out; go back, return -- 3.36, 4.98
poidosta
verb; 3rd person dual aorist of <poiti, -idǫ, -ideši> go, set out; go back, return -- 2.161
poidu
verb; 1st person singular present of <poiti, -idǫ, -ideši> go, set out; go back, return -- 6.289
poiděte
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <poiti, -idǫ, -ideši> go, set out; go back, return -- 1.221
poimalŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <poimati, -jeml'jǫ, -jeml'ješi> take, take away -- 3.175
poimemŭ
verb; 1st person plural present of <pojęti, -imǫ, -imeši> take, seize -- 3.270
poimši
past participle; feminine nominative singular of <pojęti, -imǫ, -imeši> take, seize -- 5.179
poiščemŭ
verb; 1st person plural present of <iskati, -štǫ, -šteši> seek, search for -- 1.147
poklonomŭ
noun; masculine instrumental singular of <poklonŭ> bow; worship; salutation, greeting -- 6.413
pokorili
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <pokoriti, -rjǫ, -riši> place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey -- 6.428
poletěša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <poletěti, -štǫ, -tiši> fly -- 7.64
polkoma
noun; masculine dative dual of <plŭkŭ> crowd; people, population; cohort, troop -- 6.46
položivŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <položiti, -žǫ, -žiši> lay down, set down -- 9.32
položiša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <položiti, -žǫ, -žiši> lay down, set down -- 8.410
Poloteskŭ
proper noun; masculine accusative singular of <Polotĭskŭ> Polotsk (name of a city) -- 2.85
Polotĭstě
proper noun; masculine locative singular of <Polotĭskŭ> Polotsk (name of a city) -- 2.111
Polĭskoju
adjective; feminine instrumental singular of <polĭskŭ> Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper) -- 2.231
polě
noun; masculine locative singular of <polŭ, polu> side, bank, shore; sex; half -- 9.89
poljaněxŭ
adjective used as substantive; masculine locative plural of <poljaninŭ> Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river) -- 1.40
Pomiluite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <pomilovati, -lujǫ, -luješi> pity, have mercy on -- 10.265
pomiluite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <pomilovati, -lujǫ, -luješi> pity, have mercy on -- 10.268
pomoljusja
verb; 1st person singular present of <pomoliti, -ljǫ, -liši> beseech, ask; pray + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 8.90
ponesoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <ponesti, -sǫ, -seši> carry, transport -- 4.288
ponesěte
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <ponesti, -sǫ, -seši> carry, transport -- 4.183, 4.261
poně
adverb; <poně> or, whether, or then; save, at least, anyhow -- 8.89
porty
noun; masculine instrumental plural of <pŭrty> (pl.) dress, clothes, garments -- 3.32
porěžete
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <porězati, -zajǫ, -zaješi> cut off (from life) -- 10.324
posla
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <posŭlati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> send, summon -- 4.62, 4.230, 5.123, 6.174, 9.36
poslavši
past participle; feminine nominative singular of <posŭlati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> send, summon -- 5.5
poslavŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <posŭlati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> send, summon -- 8.379
poslaxomŭ
verb; 1st person plural aorist of <posŭlati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> send, summon -- 5.249
poslaša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <posŭlati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> send, summon -- 3.168, 3.293, 5.53, 6.409
posluša
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <poslušati, -ajǫ, -aješi> hear, listen -- 3.55, 3.188
poslědĭ
adverb; <poslědĭ> then, afterward -- 8.328
poslju
verb; 1st person singular present of <posŭlati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> send, summon -- 4.162
posŭlanii
past passive participle; masculine nominative plural of <posŭlati, -l'jǫ, -l'ješi> send, summon -- 10.17
posypaša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <posypati, -pljǫ, -plješi> cover, cover over, hide, bury -- 4.367
potŭčesja
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <potŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši> stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 9.90
potęgněte
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <potęgnǫti, -nǫ, -neši> work, be useful, strive, be strong, be able -- 6.89
poxožju
verb; 1st person singular present of <poxoditi, -ždǫ, -diši> go, go around -- 3.102
počalŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <počęti, -čĭnǫ, -čĭneši> begin, commence -- 6.88
počaša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <počęti, -čĭnǫ, -čĭneši> begin, commence -- 1.108, 1.131
počtiti
verb; infinitive of <počĭstiti, -štǫ, -stiši> cultivate, care for, honor -- 4.136
počto
preposition; <po> (w. dat.) on, about (motion on surface); (w. acc.) on, after, on account of; (w. loc.) after, following, for + interrogative pronoun; neuter accusative singular of <kŭto> who -- 3.172
počjuditĭsja
verb; 3rd person singular present of <počuditi sę, -ždǫ sę, -diši sę> marvel at, wonder + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 8.254
pojaša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <pojęti, -imǫ, -imeši> take, seize -- 2.13
pravdy
noun; feminine genitive singular of <pravĭda> justice -- 1.118
pravo
adjective; neuter nominative singular of <pravŭ> just, right, proper -- 5.15
pravu
adjective used as substantive; neuter dative singular of <pravŭ> just, right, proper -- 1.157
pred
preposition; <prědŭ> (w. acc. or instr.) before, in front of -- 5.231
predavŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <prědati, -damĭ, -dasi> hand over, commend -- 8.277
predastĭ
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <prědati, -damĭ, -dasi> hand over, commend -- 7.155
predasja
verb; 2nd person singular aorist of <prědati, -damĭ, -dasi> hand over, commend + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 9.265
predati
verb; infinitive of <prědati, -damĭ, -dasi> hand over, commend -- 6.148
predaša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <prědati, -damĭ, -dasi> hand over, commend -- 6.185
predŭ
preposition; <prědŭ> (w. acc. or instr.) before, in front of -- 4.138
preže
adverb; <prěžde> before -- 2.55, 8.289
prelĭstĭněmĭ
adjective; masculine locative singular of <prělĭstĭnŭ> deceitful, illusive, fraudful, flattering -- 9.420
privęzyvati
verb; infinitive of <privęzyvati, -zujǫ, -zuješi> fasten, bind -- 7.23
pride
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <priti, -idǫ, -ideši> come, arrive -- 5.184, 9.109
Pridi
verb; 2nd person singular imperative of <priti, -idǫ, -ideši> come, arrive -- 9.41
pridite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <priti, -idǫ, -ideši> come, arrive -- 5.74
pridoste
verb; 2nd person plural aorist of <priti, -idǫ, -ideši> come, arrive -- 4.50
pridoxomŭ
verb; 1st person plural aorist of <priti, -idǫ, -ideši> come, arrive -- 4.33
pridoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <priti, -idǫ, -ideši> come, arrive -- 2.19, 4.10, 4.22, 4.234, 6.257
pridu
verb; 1st person singular present of <priti, -idǫ, -ideši> come, arrive -- 5.24, 6.439
primyšlęše
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <primysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši> devise, contrive, invent; add to, increase -- 3.64
prinesoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <prinesti, -sǫ, -seši> bring, carry -- 4.310
prinesŭše
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <prinesti, -sǫ, -seši> bring, carry -- 8.413
prinikŭši
past participle; feminine nominative singular of <priniknǫti, -nǫ, -neši> stoop to look, peer, look -- 4.338
prisla
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <prisŭlati, -ljǫ, -lješi> send -- 9.152
prispěša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <prispěti, -spějǫ, -spěješi> come; approach, near; hasten -- 10.15
pristaša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <pristati, -stanǫ, -staneši> stand near; be near, be present; come, arrive -- 3.311
pristroi
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <pristroiti, -strojǫ, -stroiši> prepare, make ready, arrange -- 5.312
pristroite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <pristroiti, -strojǫ, -stroiši> prepare, make ready, arrange -- 5.134
Pristupivŭše
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <pristǫpiti, -pl'jǫ, -piši> come up to, step up -- 8.50
pristupivŭše
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <pristǫpiti, -pl'jǫ, -piši> come up to, step up -- 8.135
prišedŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <priti, -idǫ, -ideši> come, arrive -- 9.78
prišedŭšimŭ
past participle; masculine dative plural of <priti, -idǫ, -ideši> come, arrive -- 5.65
prišlite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <prisŭlati, -ljǫ, -lješi> send -- 5.17
prišĭla
past participle; feminine nominative singular of <priti, -idǫ, -ideši> come, arrive -- 9.134
prija
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <prijęti, priimǫ, priimeši> take, seize -- 2.76
prijati
verb; infinitive of <prijęti, priimǫ, priimeši> take, seize -- 10.85
probodenŭ
past passive participle; masculine nominative singular of <probosti, -dǫ, -deši> wound, injure -- 9.258
probodosta
verb; 3rd person dual aorist of <probosti, -dǫ, -deši> wound, injure -- 8.383
prozvasja
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <prozvati, -zovǫ, -zoveši> call, summon + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 2.44
prokŭ
adjective used as substantive; masculine accusative singular of <prokŭ> remaining, left over; (subst.) the remnants, the rest -- 5.315, 7.159
pronĭzoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <pronĭznǫti, -nǫ, -neši> pierce, pierce through, transfix -- 8.9
prositi
verb; infinitive of <prositi, -šǫ, -siši> ask, demand -- 5.14
prostiratisja
verb; infinitive of <prostirati, -ajǫ, -aješi> extend + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 9.19
protivu
adverb; <protivŭ, protivǫ> (adv.) opposite; (prep. w. dat.) according to; to meet -- 6.42
pročaja
adjective; masculine accusative plural of <pročĭi, -čĭje, -čĭja> the rest, next, remaining -- 7.148
pročee
comparative adverb; <pročeje> therefore, but, finally; afterward -- 9.263
prošju
verb; 1st person singular present of <prositi, -šǫ, -siši> ask, demand -- 6.332, 6.363, 6.384
pusti
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <pustiti, -štǫ, -stiši> allow, let, free; send (away) -- 3.112
pustiti
verb; infinitive of <pustiti, -štǫ, -stiši> allow, let, free; send (away) -- 7.47
pustętĭ
verb; 3rd person plural present of <pustiti, -štǫ, -stiši> allow, let, free; send (away) -- 5.30
pušči
comparative adjective; neuter nominative singular of <puštiji> more pitiable, more wretched -- 4.357
pěši
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <pěšĭ> on foot, foot-borne, standing -- 4.180
rabotě
noun; feminine dative singular of <rabota> ministry; servitude -- 7.154
ravĭno
adverb; neuter accusative singular of <ravĭnŭ> level, even -- 10.96
rabŭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <rabŭ> servant -- 10.284
radi
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <radŭ> glad, happy -- 6.227, 6.305, 6.395, 6.452
radi
postposition; <radi> (w. gen.) for, for the sake of, because of -- 4.49
razdaja
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <razdajati, -dajǫ, -daješi> distribute, give out -- 7.7
razdaja
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <razdajati, -dajǫ, -daješi> distribute, give out -- 2.80
razlivajasja
participle; masculine nominative singular of <razlivati, -ajǫ, -aješi> pour out + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 10.174
razmyslivŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <razmysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši> think, consider -- 3.90
razuma
noun; masculine genitive singular of <razumŭ> understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought -- 9.372
razumŭmĭ
noun; masculine instrumental singular of <razumŭ> understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought -- 10.168
razuměvŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <razuměti, -ějǫ, -ěješi> come to know, find out, know; understand -- 10.143
raspasli
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <raspasti, -sǫ, -seši> pasture, feed -- 4.93
reka
participle; masculine nominative singular of <rešti, rekǫ, rečeši> say, tell -- 9.156
rekoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <rešti, rekǫ, rečeši> say, tell -- 3.22, 6.226, 6.298
rekŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <rešti, rekǫ, rečeši> say, tell -- 9.40
rekŭšaago
past participle; masculine genitive singular of <rešti, rekǫ, rečeši> say, tell -- 10.356
reče
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <rešti, rekǫ, rečeši> say, tell -- 3.91, 4.18, 4.43, 4.118, 4.341, 5.9, 5.261, 6.82, 6.245, 6.319, 6.423, 8.133
rešči
verb; infinitive of <rešti, rekǫ, rečeši> say, tell -- 8.165
rově
noun; masculine locative singular of <rovŭ> ditch, hole -- 9.95
roda
noun; masculine genitive singular of <rodŭ> race, kind, sort; generation; birth -- 2.53
rodomŭ
noun; masculine dative plural of <rodŭ> race, kind, sort; generation; birth -- 2.206
rodomŭ
noun; masculine instrumental singular of <rodŭ> race, kind, sort; generation; birth -- 2.151
rodŭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <rodŭ> race, kind, sort; generation; birth -- 1.123
rodŭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <rodŭ> race, kind, sort; generation; birth -- 1.121
rody
noun; masculine instrumental plural of <rodŭ> race, kind, sort; generation; birth -- 2.10
Rostovŭ
proper noun; masculine accusative singular of <Rostovŭ> Rostov (name of a city) -- 2.87
Rostově
proper noun; masculine locative singular of <Rostovŭ> Rostov (name of a city) -- 2.114
rukaxŭ
noun; feminine locative plural of <rǫka> hand -- 10.109
ruku
noun; feminine genitive dual of <rǫka> hand -- 10.125
rusi
proper noun; feminine dative singular of <rusĭ> (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia -- 1.201
rusi
proper noun; feminine dative singular of <rusĭ> (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia -- 1.172
ruskago
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <rusĭskŭ> Rus (Rus'), of the Rus, relating to the Rus, Rusian, Russian -- 3.269
Ruskaja
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <rusĭskŭ> Rus (Rus'), of the Rus, relating to the Rus, Rusian, Russian -- 2.45
rusĭ
proper noun; feminine accusative singular of <rusĭ> (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia -- 2.17
rusĭ
proper noun; feminine nominative singular of <rusĭ> (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia -- 1.178
rucě
noun; feminine accusative dual of <rǫka> hand -- 8.281
rĭkušče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <rešti, rekǫ, rečeši> say, tell -- 4.66, 5.70
rĭkušči
participle; feminine nominative singular of <rešti, rekǫ, rečeši> say, tell -- 5.126
rĭcěte
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <rešti, rekǫ, rečeši> say, tell -- 4.174
rěsta
verb; 3rd person dual aorist of <rešti, rekǫ, rečeši> say, tell -- 2.175
rěčĭ
noun; feminine nominative singular of <rěčĭ> speech -- 4.125
Rěša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <rešti, rekǫ, rečeši> say, tell -- 1.200
rěša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <rešti, rekǫ, rečeši> say, tell -- 1.143, 2.188, 3.263, 4.31, 4.59, 4.253, 4.272, 4.356, 5.240
Rjuriku
proper noun; masculine dative singular of <Rjurikŭ> Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name) -- 2.233
Rjurikŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Rjurikŭ> Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name) -- 2.21, 2.78, 2.126
s
preposition; <> (w. gen.) (down) from; (w. instr.) with -- 2.9, 2.150, 3.38, 4.329, 6.287, 6.412
sama
adjective used as substantive; feminine nominative singular of <samŭ> self, oneself -- 5.294
sami
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <samŭ> self, oneself -- 1.109, 1.132, 1.144, 6.141
sverěpa
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <sverěpŭ> wild -- 10.28
svie
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <svijinŭ> Swedish, of Sweden (a Scandinavian tribe) -- 1.183
svoego
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 9.279
svoego
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 4.130, 6.237, 6.255
svoei
adjective; feminine locative singular of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 8.185
svoei
adjective; feminine dative singular of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 3.93
svoemu
adjective; masculine dative singular of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 5.153, 6.266
svoemŭ
adjective; masculine locative singular of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 5.199
svoi
adjective; masculine accusative singular of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 3.85, 3.276
svoimi
adjective; masculine instrumental plural of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 2.11, 4.140
svoimŭ
adjective; masculine dative plural of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 2.82, 5.203, 5.229, 5.282, 7.52, 7.127, 7.157
svoimŭ
adjective; masculine instrumental singular of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 2.152, 3.141, 6.21, 6.125, 7.207
svoixŭ
adjective; masculine locative plural of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 6.111
svoju
adjective; feminine accusative singular of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 3.114, 4.153, 8.279, 8.367
svoja
adjective; feminine accusative plural of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 6.196, 6.199
svoja
adjective; neuter accusative plural of <svoi, svoe, svoja> own, one's own -- 7.67
svěneldŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Svěnĭldŭ> Sveinald (Scandinavian name) -- 3.252, 6.83
svěnĭlŭži
adjective; masculine nominative plural of <svěnĭlžĭ> of Sveinald, relating to Sveinald, Sveinald's -- 3.26
světě
noun; masculine accusative singular of <světŭ> light -- 9.418
svjataago
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <svętŭ> holy, blessed -- 8.417
Svjatopŭlka
proper noun; masculine genitive singular of <Svętoplŭkŭ> Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava) -- 9.168, 10.19
Svjatopŭlkŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Svętoplŭkŭ> Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava) -- 8.378, 9.12
svjatoslavomŭ
proper noun; masculine instrumental singular of <Svętoslavŭ> Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince) -- 6.22
svjatoslavŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Svętoslavŭ> Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince) -- 6.51
svjatuju
adjective; feminine accusative singular of <svętŭ> holy, blessed -- 8.365
Svjatyi
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative singular of <svętŭ> holy, blessed -- 10.39
svjatyi
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative singular of <svętŭ> holy, blessed -- 10.60
svętoslava
proper noun; masculine genitive singular of <Svętoslavŭ> Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince) -- 3.279
svętoslavomŭ
proper noun; masculine instrumental singular of <Svętoslavŭ> Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince) -- 3.245
svętoju
adjective; feminine instrumental singular of <svętŭ> holy, blessed -- 3.362
sdumavše
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <sŭdumati, -ajǫ, -aješi> deliberate, consider, take counsel -- 3.138
sdělaša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <sŭdělati, -ajǫ, -aješi> found, establish; work, build -- 2.197
Se
demonstrative pronoun; neuter nominative singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 10.392
se
adverb; <se> lo, behold -- 1.180, 9.337
se
demonstrative adjective; neuter accusative singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 9.132
se
demonstrative pronoun; neuter accusative singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 3.19, 5.41, 8.376
se
demonstrative pronoun; neuter nominative singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 2.177, 3.159
se
interjection; <se> lo, behold -- 3.266, 5.128, 6.425
severěxŭ
adjective used as substantive; masculine locative plural of <sěverŭ> Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers) -- 1.43
sebě
pronoun; locative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 1.146
sego
demonstrative adjective; masculine genitive singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 3.227, 8.229, 9.8
sego
demonstrative adjective; neuter genitive singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 6.381
sego
demonstrative pronoun; neuter genitive singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 6.362
selika
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <selikŭ> of this size, such -- 9.338
semĭ
demonstrative adjective; masculine locative singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 9.419
semĭ
demonstrative adjective; neuter locative singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 8.244, 9.313
semĭ
demonstrative pronoun; neuter locative singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 5.221
semĭ
demonstrative adjective; masculine locative singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 2.223
Si
demonstrative pronoun; neuter accusative plural of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 8.61
si
demonstrative pronoun; masculine nominative plural of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 1.192
si
demonstrative pronoun; neuter accusative plural of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 8.214, 9.28, 9.177, 10.140
si
pronoun; dative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 9.31, 10.163
Sineusŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Sineusŭ> Sineus, Signjutr (Scandinavian name) -- 2.26
Sineusŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Sineusŭ> Sineus, Signjutr (Scandinavian name) -- 2.69
sice
adverb; <sice> thus, so -- 5.71
sice
adverb; <sice> thus, so -- 1.173, 4.67, 5.127, 10.6
sice
pronoun; neuter accusative singular of <sicĭ, sice, sica> such, like this -- 6.166, 9.187
sicimi
demonstrative adjective; masculine instrumental plural of <sicĭ, sice, sica> such, like this -- 8.111
skakati
verb; infinitive of <skakati, -čǫ, -češi> dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast -- 10.99
skvozě
preposition; <skvozě, skozě> (w. acc.) through -- 6.64
skonĭčaimŭ
verb; 1st person plural imperative of <sŭkonĭčati, -čajǫ, -čješi> complete, end, fulfill -- 8.51
skonĭčaite
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <sŭkonĭčati, -čajǫ, -čješi> complete, end, fulfill -- 8.136
skoroju
noun; feminine instrumental singular of <skora> bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather -- 6.309
skory
noun; feminine genitive singular of <skora> bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather -- 6.327
skupĭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <sŭkupŭ> a joining; a convening, a coming together -- 6.48
slavy
noun; feminine genitive singular of <slava> fame, glory -- 8.227
slovesa
noun; neuter accusative plural of <slovo> word -- 8.157
slovese
noun; neuter genitive singular of <slovo> word -- 8.164
slověne
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <slověninŭ> Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod) -- 2.109
slověnexŭ
adjective used as substantive; masculine locative plural of <slověninŭ> Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod) -- 1.27
slověni
adjective used as substantive; masculine locative plural of <slověninŭ> Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod) -- 2.57
slověni
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative plural of <slověninŭ> Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod) -- 1.204
slugy
noun; feminine nominative plural of <sluga> servant -- 10.22
služiti
verb; infinitive of <služiti, -žǫ, -žiši> minister (to), serve -- 5.230
služĭbu
noun; feminine accusative singular of <služĭba> service, forced service, slavery; liturgy; ministry -- 8.137
slyša
participle; masculine nominative singular of <slyšati, -šǫ, -šiši> hear -- 8.266
slyšavše
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <slyšati, -šǫ, -šiši> hear -- 3.132, 5.42, 5.164
slyšavŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <slyšati, -šǫ, -šiši> hear -- 8.62
slyšaxu
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <slyšati, -šǫ, -šiši> hear -- 8.156
slĭzami
noun; feminine instrumental plural of <slŭza> tear, teardrop -- 8.105, 8.131, 10.12, 10.161, 10.173
slĭzŭ
noun; feminine genitive plural of <slŭza> tear, teardrop -- 8.160, 8.174
slěpyimŭ
adjective used as substantive; masculine dative plural of <slěpŭ> blind -- 8.197
smerti
noun; feminine genitive singular of <sŭmrĭtĭ> death -- 4.360
smerče
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <sŭmrŭknǫti, -nǫ, -neši> grow dark, darken -- 7.45
smirivši
past participle; feminine nominative singular of <sŭmiriti, -rjǫ, -riši> make peace; come together, unite; reconcile -- 6.285
Smolinĭska
proper noun; masculine genitive singular of <Smolĭnĭskŭ> Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river) -- 9.114
Smolinĭsku
proper noun; masculine dative singular of <Smolĭnĭskŭ> Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river) -- 9.110
Smjadiny
proper noun; feminine genitive singular of <Smjadina> Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper) -- 10.48
Smjadině
proper noun; feminine locative singular of <Smjadina> Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper) -- 9.120
so
preposition; <> (w. gen.) (down) from; (w. instr.) with -- 3.139
sobra
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <sŭbĭrati, -berǫ, -bereši> collect, gather -- 6.23
sobraša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <sŭbĭrati, -berǫ, -bereši> collect, gather -- 5.44, 6.398
sobě
pronoun; dative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 1.148, 4.16
sobě
pronoun; locative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 1.111, 2.15
sospoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <sŭsuti, sŭsŭpǫ, sŭsŭpeši> collect, heap up -- 5.208
spadŭšemĭ
past passive participle; neuter instrumental singular of <sŭpasti, -dǫ, -deši> fall; fall together -- 8.127
srětoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <sŭrěsti, -ręštǫ, -ręšteši> meet -- 10.45
sta
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <stati, stanǫ, staneši> stand -- 9.118
stavi
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <staviti, -vljǫ, -viši> set, establish -- 7.161
stado
noun; neuter accusative singular of <stado> herd -- 3.152
starosti
noun; feminine dative singular of <starostĭ> old age -- 8.200
starějišiji
comparative adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative singular of <starŭ> old -- 2.20
starěišiny
noun; masculine accusative plural of <starějišinŭ> leader; prince -- 7.143
stvorimŭ
verb; 1st person plural present of <sŭtvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši> do, make -- 3.281
stvoriti
verb; infinitive of <sŭtvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši> do, make -- 5.69
stvorju
verb; 1st person singular present of <sŭtvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši> do, make -- 5.150
stenju
verb; 1st person singular present of <stenati, -njǫ, -nješi> groan, moan -- 9.206
stenjuščju
participle; masculine dative singular of <stenati, -njǫ, -nješi> groan, moan -- 10.8
stoite
verb; 2nd person plural present of <stojati, stojǫ, stoiši> stand, stay in place -- 8.41
stoja
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <stojati, stojǫ, stoiši> stand, stay in place -- 6.157
stojašče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <stojati, stojǫ, stoiši> stand, stay in place -- 8.37
strastĭ
noun; feminine accusative singular of <strastĭ> suffering, woe; passion, martyrdom -- 9.410
straxa
noun; masculine genitive singular of <straxŭ> shaking; terror -- 8.167, 10.130
strěxi
noun; feminine accusative plural of <strěxa> roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves -- 7.74
sudilŭ
verb; past participle; masculine nominative singular of <sǫditi, -ždǫ, -diši> judge, adjudicate -- 1.155
sunu
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <sunǫti, -nǫ, -neši> pour out -- 6.49
sustugaxŭ
noun; feminine locative plural of <sŭtǫga> (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula -- 4.306
sutĭ
verb; 3rd person plural present of <byti, bǫdǫ, bǫdeši> be, become -- 2.49, 2.101, 2.190, 3.29, 4.91, 4.94, 5.245
preposition; <> (w. gen.) (down) from; (w. instr.) with -- 8.312
demonstrative pronoun; masculine nominative singular of <sĭ, se, si> this, this one -- 10.80
preposition; <> (w. gen.) (down) from; (w. instr.) with -- 3.95, 3.116, 3.241, 3.243, 5.265, 6.19, 6.123, 7.205, 7.209, 8.104, 8.176, 8.234, 9.303, 9.345, 9.413
sŭvezoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <sŭvesti, -zǫ, -zeši> bring together, collect, gather -- 5.165
sŭvokupista
verb; 3rd person dual aorist of <sŭvŭkupiti, -pljǫ, -piši> lead together, collect, gather -- 2.227
sŭvĭršeni
past passive participle; masculine nominative plural of <sŭvrĭšiti, -šǫ, -šiši> prepare, perfect, complete -- 10.368
sŭvětĭnikŭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <sŭvětĭnikŭ> counsellor -- 9.34
sŭdravitĭ
verb; 3rd person singular present of <sŭdraviti, -vljǫ, -viši> be healthy, be strong -- 9.49
sŭzĭrěvŭša
past participle; masculine genitive singular of <sŭzrěti, -zrějǫ, -zrěješi> mature; produce -- 10.311
sŭzĭrěla
past participle; masculine genitive singular of <sŭzrěti, -zrějǫ, -zrěješi> mature; produce -- 10.298
sŭkonĭčasja
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <sŭkonĭčati, -čajǫ, -čješi> complete, end, fulfill + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 8.397
sŭkrušenŭmĭ
past passive participle; neuter instrumental singular of <sŭkrušiti, -šǫ, -šiši> run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together -- 10.165
sŭmrĭti
noun; feminine dative singular of <sŭmrĭtĭ> death -- 9.264
sŭmĭrti
noun; feminine locative singular of <sŭmrĭtĭ> death -- 9.143
sŭměrenie
noun; neuter accusative singular of <sŭměr'enĭje> humility; retinue -- 8.263
sŭměreniju
noun; neuter dative singular of <sŭměr'enĭje> humility; retinue -- 8.257
sŭměrenŭmĭ
past passive participle; masculine instrumental singular of <sŭměriti, -rjǫ, -riši> lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase -- 10.167
sŭměritĭsja
verb; 3rd person singular present of <sŭměriti, -rjǫ, -riši> lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 8.261
sŭnemŭšemŭ
past participle; masculine dative plural of <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši> take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather -- 6.43
sŭnjati
verb; infinitive of <sŭnęti, sŭnĭmǫ, sŭnĭmeši> take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather -- 8.317
sŭpodoblenŭ
past passive participle; masculine nominative singular of <sŭpodobiti, -bljǫ, -biši> deem worthy -- 9.406
sŭstiže
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <sŭstignǫti, -nǫ, -neši> follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure -- 9.340
sŭsuti
verb; infinitive of <sŭsuti, sŭsŭpǫ, sŭsŭpeši> collect, heap up -- 5.204
sŭtvorivŭša
past participle; masculine genitive singular of <sŭtvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši> do, make -- 10.202
sŭtvorixŭ
verb; 1st person singular aorist of <sŭtvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši> do, make -- 10.227
sŭtvorju
verb; 1st person singular present of <sŭtvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši> do, make -- 9.360
synomŭ
noun; masculine instrumental singular of <synŭ> son -- 6.20, 7.206
synŭmŭ
noun; masculine instrumental singular of <synŭ> son -- 3.242, 6.124
syrorězanie
noun; neuter nominative singular of <syrorězanĭje> (meaning unclear) child-killing? -- 10.396
sĭrdce
noun; neuter accusative singular of <srĭdĭce> heart -- 8.387
sĭrdcĭmĭ
noun; neuter instrumental singular of <srĭdĭce> heart -- 10.166
sĭrdĭčĭnoju
adjective; feminine instrumental singular of <strŭdĭčinŭ> of the heart, related to the heart, heart's -- 9.185
sěde
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <sěsti, sědǫ, -deši> sit down -- 2.22
sědimŭ
verb; 1st person plural present of <sěděti, -ždǫ, -diši> sit, remain -- 2.203
sědoša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <sěděti, -ždǫ, -diši> sit, remain -- 5.222
sědęxu
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <sěděti, -ždǫ, -diši> sit, remain -- 3.328, 4.301
sědęšči
participle; feminine nominative singular of <sěděti, -ždǫ, -diši> sit, remain -- 4.227
sěmo
adverb; <sěmo> to here, here -- 4.51
sětovaniju
noun; neuter genitive dual of <sětovanĭje> sorrow -- 9.208
sětuju
verb; 1st person singular present of <sětovati, -tujǫ, -tuješi> mourn -- 9.209
sěči
verb; infinitive of <sěšti, sěkǫ, sěčeši> cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter -- 5.300
sja
pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 1.134, 8.68, 10.342, 10.346
pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 3.28, 3.101, 3.121, 3.144, 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
t
number; <t> three hundred -- 1.8, 1.63, 1.76, 1.89
ta
demonstrative pronoun; masculine nominative dual of <tŭ, to, ta> that, that one -- 2.146
tako
adverb; <tako> thus, in this way -- 1.190, 3.157, 7.76, 8.396
Tače
adverb; <tače> then -- 8.120
tvoe
adjective; neuter accusative singular of <tvoi, tvoe, tvoja> thy, thine, your, of you (sg.) -- 9.327
tvoego
adjective; masculine genitive singular of <tvoi, tvoe, tvoja> thy, thine, your, of you (sg.) -- 4.69
tvoeja
adjective; feminine genitive singular of <tvoi, tvoe, tvoja> thy, thine, your, of you (sg.) -- 9.365
tvoi
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <tvoi, tvoe, tvoja> thy, thine, your, of you (sg.) -- 4.74
tvoriti
verb; infinitive of <sŭtvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši> do, make -- 5.212
tvorixŭ
verb; 1st person singular aorist of <sŭtvoriti, -rjǫ, -riši> do, make -- 6.263
tebe
pronoun; genitive singular of <ty> you, thou -- 9.311
tebě
pronoun; locative singular of <ty> you, thou -- 9.245
tekušči
participle; feminine nominative singular of <tešti, tekǫ, tečeši> run, rush, flow; follow, pursue -- 3.320
teremŭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <trěmŭ> tower, castle; home, residence -- 3.371
teremyi
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <trěmĭnŭ> of a tower, relating to a tower, relating to a castle -- 3.367
teremĭstěmĭ
adjective; masculine locative singular of <trěmĭnŭ> of a tower, relating to a tower, relating to a castle -- 4.214
teremě
noun; masculine locative singular of <trěmŭ> tower, castle; home, residence -- 4.229
Ti
adverb; <ti> and; but; (added to adverbs) indeed -- 9.336
ti
demonstrative pronoun; masculine nominative plural of <tŭ, to, ta> that, that one -- 2.48
ti
pronoun; dative singular of <ty> you, thou -- 9.50, 9.161, 9.165
tii
demonstrative adjective; masculine nominative plural of <tŭ, to, ta> that, that one -- 1.175
to
conjunction; <to> but, then, therefore -- 3.149, 3.164, 5.16
to
demonstrative pronoun; neuter accusative singular of <tŭ, to, ta> that, that one -- 5.163
toboju
pronoun; instrumental singular of <ty> you, thou -- 9.304, 9.346, 9.414
togda
adverb; <togda> then -- 3.318
tože
conjunction; <tože> also, and -- 3.253
tretiji
adjective used as substantive; masculine nominative singular of <tretĭi, -tĭje, -tĭja> third -- 2.30
tretĭee
adjective used as substantive; neuter nominative singular of <tretĭi, -tĭje, -tĭja> third -- 6.261
tretĭjaja
adjective; feminine nominative singular of <tretĭi, -tĭje, -tĭja> third -- 7.183
Truvorŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Truvorŭ> Truvor, Thorvardhr (Scandinavian name) -- 2.32, 2.74
tryznu
noun; feminine accusative singular of <trizna, tryzna> contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead -- 5.151, 5.211, 6.264
tu
adverb; <tu> there; then -- 3.370, 5.112, 8.6, 9.408
tuga
noun; feminine nominative singular of <tǫga> distress, difficulty -- 9.339
tužju
verb; 1st person singular present of <tǫžiti, -žǫ, -žiši> shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn -- 9.211
ty
pronoun; nominative singular of <ty> you, thou -- 3.44
těla
noun; neuter genitive singular <tělo> body -- 8.332
tělo
noun; neuter accusative singular <tělo> body -- 8.411
tělŭmĭ
noun; neuter instrumental singular <tělo> body -- 10.176
těmi
demonstrative pronoun; masculine instrumental plural of <tŭ, to, ta> that, that one -- 2.123
těmŭ
demonstrative adjective; masculine dative plural of <tŭ, to, ta> that, that one -- 2.99
těmĭ
adverb; neuter instrumental singular of <tŭ, to, ta> that, that one -- 8.326
těxŭ
demonstrative adjective; masculine genitive plural of <tŭ, to, ta> that, that one -- 2.42
tja
pronoun; accusative singular of <ty> you, thou -- 9.46
pronoun; accusative singular of <ty> you, thou -- 5.251
tęžĭki
adjective; feminine genitive singular of <tęžĭkŭ> grave; burdensome; savage; intolerable -- 6.354
tęžĭku
adjective; feminine accusative singular of <tęžĭkŭ> grave; burdensome; savage; intolerable -- 7.176
u
preposition; <u> (w. gen.) near, at, by -- 3.220, 6.303, 6.322, 6.330, 6.364, 6.382
u
number; <u> four hundred -- 3.8, 6.8
u
preposition; <u> (w. gen.) near, at, by -- 2.136, 8.415, 9.397
ubienŭ
past passive participle; masculine nominative singular of <ubiti, -bijǫ, -biješi> kill -- 9.166
ubiistva
noun; neuter genitive singular of <ubijistvo> killing, murder -- 9.10
ubijistvo
noun; neuter nominative singular of <ubijistvo> killing, murder -- 10.394
ubili
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <ubiti, -bijǫ, -biješi> kill -- 6.142
ubiste
verb; 2nd person plural aorist of <ubiti, -bijǫ, -biješi> kill -- 5.140
ubiti
verb; infinitive of <ubiti, -bijǫ, -biješi> kill -- 10.147
ubixomŭ
verb; 1st person plural aorist of <ubiti, -bijǫ, -biješi> kill -- 3.268, 4.70
ubiša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <ubiti, -bijǫ, -biješi> kill -- 3.197
Uboitesja
verb; 2nd person plural imperative of <ubojati sę, -bojǫ sę, -boiši sę> fear, become afraid + pronoun; accusative singular of <sebe> -self, oneself -- 10.355
Uvy
interjection; <uvy> (w. dat.) alas, woe -- 8.187, 9.219, 9.291
uvy
interjection; <uvy> (w. dat.) alas, woe -- 9.190, 9.228
uvěděvŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <uvěděti, -věmĭ, -věsi> see; know, understand -- 8.377
ubĭemŭ
verb; 1st person plural present of <ubiti, -bijǫ, -biješi> kill -- 3.162
ubĭenŭ
past passive participle; masculine nominative singular of <ubiti, -bijǫ, -biješi> kill -- 4.279
ubĭjutĭ
verb; 3rd person plural present of <ubiti, -bijǫ, -biješi> kill -- 3.155
udari
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <udariti, -rjǫ, -riši> strike, beat -- 6.67
uedinenu
past passive participle; masculine dative singular of <ujediniti, -njǫ, -niši> leave behind alone; unite -- 9.307
uže
adverb; <juže, uže> already -- 8.213, 10.310
uže
adverb; <juže, uže> already -- 4.127, 5.129, 6.87, 6.252, 6.275, 6.426
uzrěsta
verb; 3rd person dual aorist of <uzrěti, -zrǫ, -zriši> look at, behold; see -- 2.168
uzĭrě
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <uzĭrěti, -r'jǫ, -riši> see, perceive -- 10.58
uzĭrěvŭše
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <uzĭrěti, -r'jǫ, -riši> see, perceive -- 10.65
uzĭrěti
verb; infinitive of <uzĭrěti, -r'jǫ, -riši> see, perceive -- 9.325
umilenama
adjective; feminine instrumental dual of <umil'enŭ> dejected, abject -- 8.124, 10.158
umilenyi
adjective; masculine nominative singular of <umil'enŭ> dejected, abject -- 9.362
umre
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <umrěti, -rǫ, -reši> die -- 2.70
umreti
verb; infinitive of <umrěti, -rǫ, -reši> die -- 9.305, 9.347
umy
noun; masculine instrumental plural of <umŭ> mind, reason, intellect -- 10.362, 10.367
umyvaja
participle; masculine nominative singular of <umyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi> wash -- 10.164
umysli
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <umysliti, -šljǫ, -sliši> devise, contrive, invent -- 6.165
umĭrlŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <umrěti, -rǫ, -reši> die -- 9.162
umě
noun; masculine locative singular of <umŭ> mind, reason, intellect -- 9.30
Une
comparative adjective; neuter nominative singular of <unĭi, un'e, un'ĭši> better -- 9.300
unosti
noun; feminine genitive singular of <junostĭ> youth, young age -- 10.266
unylŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <uniti, -njǫ, -niši> want; desire; beg; prefer -- 9.343
unynii
noun; neuter locative singular of <unynĭje> mourning, sadness; carelessness, negligence, neglect -- 9.402
upiša
verb; 3rd person plural aorist of <upiti sę, -pĭjǫ, -pĭješi> become inebriated, get drunk -- 5.277
upolučilŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <upolučiti sę, -čǫ sę, -čiši sę> be in the way, come upon, meet -- 9.395
uprošasta
verb; 3rd person dual aorist of <uprositi, -šǫ, -siši> ask, interrogate, question -- 2.173
uranenŭ
past passive participle; masculine nominative singular of <uraniti, -njǫ, -niši> make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early -- 8.20
urmane
noun; masculine nominative plural of <nurmane> (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe) -- 1.186
uroki
noun; masculine accusative plural of <urokŭ> judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend -- 7.214
usirenu
past passive participle; masculine dative singular of <usiriti, -rjǫ, -riši> deprive of parents, orphan; deprive (in general) -- 9.309
uslyšavŭ
past participle; masculine nominative singular of <uslyšati, -šǫ, -šiši> hear, find out -- 9.178
usobicě
noun; feminine nominative plural of <ǫsobica> discord, strife, sedition -- 1.128
ustavlęjušči
participle; feminine nominative singular of <ustavljati, -jajǫ, -jaješi> set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern -- 7.211
ustavy
noun; masculine accusative plural of <ustavŭ> end; boundary; rule; definition -- 7.212
ustremi
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <ustrĭmiti sę, -mljǫ, -miši> hasten, rush; be eager -- 6.121
usty
noun; neuter instrumental plural of <usta> (n. pl.) mouth, lips -- 10.357
ustĭ
noun; feminine accusative singular of <ustĭ> door, gate, entrance, mouth -- 10.47
usŭpe
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <usŭnǫti, -nǫ, -neši> fall asleep -- 8.276
utro
noun; neuter accusative singular of <jutro, utro> dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow -- 4.161
utĭrpaja
participle; masculine nominative singular of <utrŭpati, -ajǫ, -aješi> grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull -- 10.177
uši
noun; neuter accusative dual of <uxo, ušese> ear -- 6.65
xodi
verb; 2nd person singular imperative of <xoditi, -ždǫ, -diši> walk, go -- 9.158
Xorivŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Xorivŭ> Khoriv, Xoriv (brother of Kyi) -- 2.195
xotjatĭ
verb; 3rd person plural present of <xotěti, xoštǫ, xošteši> want, wish -- 10.145
xoče
verb; 3rd person singular aorist of <xotěti, xoštǫ, xošteši> want, wish -- 4.283
xočete
verb; 2nd person plural present of <xotěti, xoštǫ, xošteši> want, wish -- 6.179, 6.209
xočju
verb; 1st person singular present of <xotěti, xoštǫ, xošteši> want, wish -- 4.134
xoščemŭ
verb; 1st person plural present of <xotěti, xoštǫ, xošteši> want, wish -- 3.284
xoščeši
verb; 2nd person singular present of <xotěti, xoštǫ, xošteši> want, wish -- 6.234, 6.302
xoščju
verb; 1st person singular present of <xotěti, xoštǫ, xošteši> want, wish -- 6.277, 6.280, 6.353
xrabry
adjective; masculine accusative plural of <xrabrŭ> (m.) fighter, soldier; (adj.) strong -- 6.27
Carjugorodu
proper noun; masculine dative singular of <Cěsarĭ Gradŭ> Byzantium, Constantinople (literally 'the Emperor's City') -- 2.149
cĭrkve
noun; feminine genitive singular of <crĭky> church, temple -- 8.416
cělovanija
noun; neuter accusative plural of <cělovanĭje> salutation, greeting, embrace -- 10.81
cěrĭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <cěrĭ> sulfur -- 7.24
časti
noun; feminine nominative dual of <čęstĭ> part -- 7.178
častyimĭ
adjective; neuter instrumental singular of <čęstŭ> dense -- 10.170
čajaaše
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect <čajati, čajǫ, čaješi> hope; expect -- 10.82
čestĭ
noun; feminine accusative singular of <čĭstĭ> honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern -- 4.242
čestĭ
noun; feminine nominative singular of <čĭstĭ> honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern -- 4.346
čiji
interrogative adjective; masculine nominative singular of <čĭi, čĭje, čĭja> whose, of whom -- 2.176
čislomŭ
noun; neuter instrumental singular of <čislo> number -- 3.297
čti
noun; feminine locative singular of <čĭstĭ> honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern -- 5.23
čto
interrogative pronoun; neuter accusative singular of <kŭto> who -- 4.48, 6.146, 6.178, 9.359
čĭstĭnyimi
adjective; masculine instrumental plural of <čištĭnŭ> venerable; valuable -- 8.235
čĭto
interrogative pronoun; neuter accusative singular of <kŭto> who -- 8.40
čjudi
noun; feminine locative singular of <čjudĭ> (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus) -- 1.24
čjudĭ
noun; feminine nominative singular of <čjudĭ> (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus) -- 1.202
šatĭra
noun; masculine genitive singular of <šatĭrŭ> tabernacle, tent -- 8.24
šatĭrŭ
noun; masculine accusative singular of <šatĭrŭ> tabernacle, tent -- 8.346
što
interrogative pronoun; neuter accusative singular of <kŭto> who -- 6.301
Ščekŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Ščekŭ> Shchek, Shek (brother of Kyi) -- 2.194
ja
pronoun; masculine accusative plural of <*i> he -- 4.194, 4.289, 4.311, 4.364, 4.368, 5.109
ja
pronoun; masculine accusative plural of <*i> he -- 10.59
ja
pronoun; nominative singular of <azŭ> I -- 3.99
jako
conjunction; <jako> as, when; in order to; that; because; (introduces quotation) -- 3.135, 4.8, 5.207, 5.276, 6.140, 6.249, 6.357, 7.44, 7.130
jako
conjunction; <jako> as, when; in order to; that; because; (introduces quotation) -- 1.179, 8.18, 8.359, 9.108, 9.115, 10.57, 10.94, 10.144
jako že
conjunction; <jakože> as, like, than, so as to -- 3.283
jali
past participle; masculine nominative plural of <jęti, imǫ, imeši> take, seize; (refl.) take to, set out, start on -- 6.189, 6.230
jamu
noun; feminine accusative singular of <jama> pit, hole -- 4.208, 4.327
Jaroslavu
proper noun; masculine dative singular of <Jaroslavŭ> Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava) -- 9.140
Jaroslavŭ
proper noun; masculine nominative singular of <Jaroslavŭ> Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava) -- 9.153
ks
number; <ks> sixty -- 1.9, 1.64, 1.77
θ
number; <θ> nine -- 1.78
ō
preposition; <o (ob)> (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against -- 5.96
ōbertyvajušče
participle; masculine nominative plural of <obvrŭtyvati, -vajǫ, -vaješi> wrap, tuck; wind, twist -- 7.25
ōbidu
noun; feminine accusative singular of <obida> injustice, outrage, injury -- 6.253
ōvi
demonstrative pronoun; masculine nominative plural of <ovŭ, ovo, ova> this, this one; (repeated) the one... the other -- 7.68
ōvo
adverb; neuter accusative singular of <ovŭ, ovo, ova> this, this one; (repeated) the one... the other -- 7.80, 7.82, 7.84
ōvyxŭ
demonstrative pronoun; masculine genitive plural of <ovŭ, ovo, ova> this, this one; (repeated) the one... the other -- 7.150
ōběma
pronoun; masculine dative dual of <oba, obě, obě> both -- 6.45
ōdriny
noun; feminine nominative plural of <odrina> loft; stable -- 7.86
Ōlĭga
proper noun; feminine nominative singular of <Olĭga> Olga, Helga (Scandinavian name) -- 6.18
ōlĭga
proper noun; feminine nominative singular of <Olĭga> Olga, Helga (Scandinavian name) -- 4.14, 4.45, 4.121, 4.204, 4.240, 4.339, 5.6, 5.67, 5.177, 5.227, 5.307, 6.119, 6.158, 6.248, 7.43, 7.125
ōlĭzě
proper noun; feminine dative singular of <Olĭga> Olga, Helga (Scandinavian name) -- 4.7
ōna
demonstrative pronoun; feminine nominative singular of <onŭ, ono, ona> that, that one -- 5.259, 6.317
ōni
demonstrative pronoun; masculine nominative plural of <onŭ, ono, ona> that, that one -- 4.251, 4.354
ōni
demonstrative pronoun; masculine nominative singular of <onŭ, ono, ona> that, that one -- 4.299, 5.84, 5.161
ōpętĭ
adverb; <opętĭ> back -- 3.136, 3.174, 6.290
ōružĭemŭ
noun; neuter instrumental singular of <orǫžĭe> weapon, sword -- 3.30
ōtrokomŭ
noun; masculine dative plural of <otrokŭ> boy, servant -- 5.228, 5.281
ōtroci
noun; masculine nominative plural of <otrokŭ> boy, servant -- 3.25
ōtĭcĭ
noun; masculine nominative singular of <otĭcĭ> father -- 3.254