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Belarusian translation: Каралеуна. Князёуна.

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21:31 Sep 19, 2000
English to Belarusian translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: Princess
I need to find a way to say princess other then the english form "princess" please help!!
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Belarusian translation:Каралеуна. Князёуна.
Explanation:
Каралеуна (karalyeuna)
Князёуна (kniaziouna)
Historically it is a daughter of a king (кароль) or koennig (князь).
So these words are synonimically.
P.S. sorry, in both variants I should have used short "у", my keaboard does not support.
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4 +2Каралеуна. Князёуна.
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na -1прынцэса pryncesaAlexander Kudriavtsev


  

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1 hr peer agreement (net): -1
прынцэса pryncesa


Explanation:
I'm afraid in Byelorussian it sounds very familiar to the English. But that's the way the cookie crumbles. If you really need a different way then try Polish "ksiezniczka" (pronunced "ksionzhnichka" with the stress on the second syllable)

Alexander Kudriavtsev
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
disagree  Yuri Smirnov: Your Polish is very strange. Why should "e nasal" be pronounced as "on"? and what does it have to do to Belarusian in the first place?
1886 days
  -> My mistake. The correct should be "en". But why on earth should you comment on it five (!) years later? Have nothing better to do? :))
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667 days   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +2
Каралеуна. Князёуна.


Explanation:
Каралеуна (karalyeuna)
Князёуна (kniaziouna)
Historically it is a daughter of a king (кароль) or koennig (князь).
So these words are synonimically.
P.S. sorry, in both variants I should have used short "у", my keaboard does not support.

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agree  DiD
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agree  Yuri Smirnov
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