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Werden Singul. gebraucht, meistens durch Dissimilation bhom oder ruoM MUfi entstand ans lich erklärt. mi, rBapax, Kyniy B. nimoy 30 bhom. dem Schwund ch. muhco. [Zu künstI. W. 26 cativus lautet m, B. uitochk öpaKye reo Mi es fehlt etwas in mir, z. bin krank. d. h. Pers. toöom (vgl. serb. toöom, poln. tobi} tokoit^). asl. Ablat. Siug. der 2. Pers. coöom (vgl. serb. coöom, poln. sobf^ — asl. COKOÜR,). Dat. Sing. 3. Pers. coh, seltener codi. Demonstrativa. Genit. Sing, toh, tmx Genit. etc. Dat. poln.

Iio — BLipa3LiiLi — AOKoiie'iiie. ^ryAiiti derliche Weise. cepAeyiiLi herzlich. iaye lich. anwesend: schön geputzt werden, sich schmücken. gruth. BiqiasHO. iHCTOBHti iie^niLi waren jnoAa es ötijio = ecx rapAti acHxa schön, — OKporaiti furchtbar, schauderhaft. — Kp. schön. peMiibi heftig. lich, ca. rapAfci viel; Vergnügen, dankbar — Abi. no pycKLi. BeH/epcKBi. (vgl. itcKLi. no im — bitter- Asl. A*^Kp1v. 3Ali). iioBai],KLi. no acHAiBCKLi. no n,HraHLCKLi. auf wun- = weint no iio HbiMeii,KLi. aiayti (no MajiLi).

Das dem Polnischen entlehnte o^in hat je nach der Gegend und o/Ihh, poln. ogon. ogona. Seltener ist xbIcx gebräuchlich, genit. xBocxa und xBiexa. Im Dat. und Ablat. sing, der zur L 2. , II. 2. 3. gehörenden Substantive, so wie auch im Vocativ und Ablativ sing. d. S. d. Cl. o/oHa, o^^OHH III, wird 2. 3. o erhalten: railoBH, coyoBiäoBH, KpaiioBH, KOHtOBii. xyoniitoBH, KicitLOBH, KOBajibOBH, KLipAejLOBH, KaitfeHtoBH, nyamoBH. KpaSoM, XKa^ioBH: kohlom. THcxfcOBH (neben xyoni^fcOM, nyamOM, XKa^IOM KOBaJItOM, KHp/i;ejILOM, KaMBHtOM, ücikobh (neben jihcxk)), — jiLifio, yaBAWHbo, nojroacKtiHto SGMjiLO.

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