smȏrdъ

smȏrdъ
smȏrdъ Grammatical information: m. o Accent paradigm: c Proto-Slavic meaning: `stench'
Old Church Slavic:
smradъ (Supr.) `stench' [m o]
Russian:
smórod (dial.) `stench' [m o]
Belorussian:
smaród `stench' [m o]
Ukrainian:
smórid `stench' [m o], smórodu [Gens]
Czech:
smrad `stench' [m o]
Slovak:
smrad `stench' [m o]
Polish:
smród `stench' [m o], smrodu [Gens]
Serbo-Croatian:
smrȃd `stench' [m o], smrȃda [Gens];
Čak. smrå̑d (Vrgada) `stench' [m o], smrå̑da [Gens];
Čak. smrȃd (Novi) `stench' [m o];
Čak. smrȃd (Orbanići) `dirt, dust' [m o], smrȃda [Gens]
Slovene:
smrȃd `stench' [m o/u], smrȃda [Gens], smradȗ [Gens]
Bulgarian:
smrad `stench' [m o]
Proto-Balto-Slavic reconstruction: smorʔdós
Lithuanian:
smardas (Bretk.) `odour, stench' [m o]
Latvian:
smaȓds `smell, odour' [m o]
Indo-European reconstruction: smord-o-s

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