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English translation: more beatiful; more lovely; prettier

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14:03 Jun 26, 2001
Polish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Polish term or phrase: pigkniejsze
pigkniejsze -spelling may be slightly off as its hard to read the writing from where I'm getting if from -- Also the word pykny Thanks.
Naomi Shipley
English translation:more beatiful; more lovely; prettier
Explanation:
Yes, the spelling is slightly off as you suspected:

piekniejsze ("e" is with a little dash below the letter)= more beatiful; more lovely; prettier (women, child).

piekny=beatiful, lovely; pretty (women, child).


The Great Polish-English Dictionary by Stanislawski
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Summary of answers provided
na +2more beatiful; more lovely; prettierponar
nalovelier, more beautiful,Ensor


  

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1 hr peer agreement (net): +2
more beatiful; more lovely; prettier


Explanation:
Yes, the spelling is slightly off as you suspected:

piekniejsze ("e" is with a little dash below the letter)= more beatiful; more lovely; prettier (women, child).

piekny=beatiful, lovely; pretty (women, child).


The Great Polish-English Dictionary by Stanislawski


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12 days
lovelier, more beautiful,


Explanation:
As translated by Ponar.
"Pykny" is used in some Polish dialects; it means "piekny".



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