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Cognate class 2916

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Notes element CUTI: 'feel' > 'smell' (similar sem. develop. in Romance), IE *qeu- 'to hear, feel, recognize' (Walde 1930: 1.369)
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Old Church Slavonic чути tʃyti smell 'to feel'. Not attested in the particular meaning 'to smell' in the OCS texts. X View
2 Macedonian чувствува ˈtʃufstvuva smell Also 'to feel'. ★★★ View
3 Russian чувствовать 'tʃustvɔvatʲ smell ★★★ View
4 Polish czuć tʂutɕ smell Also 'to feel'. This verb is used for passive 'smelling' ('perceiving the odour') only. By active action ("she smelled the vegetables before cooking them") only 'wąchać' is used. ★★★ View
5 Belarusian чуць tʂutsʲ smell This verb is used for passive 'smelling' ('perceiving the odour') only. By active action ("she smelled the vegetables before cooking them") only 'нюхаць' is used. ★★★ View
6 Ukrainian чути ˈtʂutɪ smell Also 'to hear, to feel'. This verb is used for passive 'smelling' ('perceiving the odour') only. By active action ("she smelled the vegetables before cooking them") only 'нюхати' is used. ★★★ View
7 Sorbian Upper čuć tʃutʃ smell Also 'to feel'. This verb is used for passive 'smelling' ('perceiving the odour') only. By active action ("she smelled the vegetables before cooking them") only 'nuchać, čuchać' is used. ★★★ View
8 Sorbian Lower cuś tsuɕ smell Also 'to feel'. This verb is used for passive 'smelling' ('perceiving the odour') only. By active action ("she smelled the vegetables before cooking them") only 'nuchaś' is used. ★★★ View