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Wiktionary:Frequency lists/TV/2006/1-1000

1 Alabama 2 Alaska 3 Arizona 4 Arkansas 5 Connecticut 6 Dakota Południowa 7 Dakota Północna 8 Delaware 9 Floryda 10 Georgia 11 Hawaje 12 Idaho 13 Illinois 14 Indiana 15 Iowa 16 Kalifornia 17 Kansas 18 Karolina Południowa 19 Karolina Północna 20 Kentucky 21 Kolorado 22 Luizjana 23 Maine 24 Maryland 25 Massachusetts 26 Michigan 27 Minnesota 28 Missisipi 29 Missouri 30 Montana 31 Nebraska 32 Nevada 33 New Hampshire 34 New Jersey 35 Nowy Jork 36 Nowy Meksyk 37 Ohio 38 Oklahoma 39 Oregon 40 Pensylwania 41 Rhode Island 42 Teksas 43 Tennessee 44 Utah 45 Vermont 46 Waszyngton 47 Wirginia 48 Wirginia Zachodnia 49 Wisconsin 50 Wyoming


1-100 się i w nie na z do to że a o jak ale po co tak jest za od go już jego jej tym mnie czy przez tylko był było tego mi mu sobie jeszcze może ze kiedy pan ich dla by gdy teraz ja ten ma była który nawet bardzo przed tu jednak pod coś tam wszystko przy więc nic bo nim powiedział żeby miał on być tej będzie potem też które jeśli ci bez niego nad gdzie pani lecz nas siebie nich je nigdy ani właśnie sam u mam te dobrze niż jestem jakby aby ty


Appendix:List of Proto-Slavic nouns
Appendix:List of Proto-Slavic nouns/Agriculture and crafts
Appendix:List of Proto-Slavic nouns/Animals
Appendix:List of Proto-Slavic nouns/Body
Appendix:List of Proto-Slavic nouns/Household
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Appendix:List of Proto-Slavic nouns/Landscape and seasons
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Appendix:List of Proto-Slavic nouns/People
Appendix:List of Proto-Slavic nouns/Vegetation
Appendix:List of Proto-Slavic nouns/Society

Jan Andrzej Piotr Krzysztof Stanisław Tomasz Paweł Józef Marcin Marek Michał Grzegorz Jerzy Tadeusz Adam Łukasz Zbigniew Ryszard Dariusz Henryk Mariusz Kazimierz Wojciech Robert Mateusz Marian Rafał Jacek Janusz Mirosław Maciej Sławomir Jarosław Kamil Wiesław Roman Władysław Jakub Artur Zdzisław Edward Mieczysław Damian Dawid Przemysław Sebastian Czesław Leszek Daniel Waldemar


Anna Maria Katarzyna Małgorzata Agnieszka Krystyna Barbara Ewa Elżbieta Zofia Janina Teresa Joanna Magdalena Monika Jadwiga Danuta Irena Halina Helena Beata Aleksandra Marta Dorota Marianna Grażyna Jolanta Stanisława Iwona Karolina Bożena Urszula Justyna Renata Alicja Paulina Sylwia Natalia Wanda Agata Aneta Izabela Ewelina Marzena Wiesława Genowefa Patrycja Kazimiera Edyta Stefania


bezbarwny, ciekawski, gniewny, gwałtowny, hałaśliwy, irytujący, konfliktowy, konserwatywny, lękliwy, męczący, nachalny, nieatrakcyjny, niechętny, niekomunikatywny, nielojalny, nieobliczalny, niepoważny, nierozsądny, nieszczery, nieświadomy, nieuprzejmy, obłudny, oburzony, ordynarny, podejrzliwy, podstępny, przygnębiony, samolubny, spięty, szorstki, sztywny, uszczypliwy, wojowniczy, wygadany, zagadkowy, zakłamany, zaślepiony, zdesperowany, zręczny, zuchwały


  1. 17 July 2005: inside out
  2. 17 July 2005: per contra
  3. 17 July 2005: out-of-bounds
  4. 8 January 2006: exaggeratingly
  5. 8 January 2006: exaggeratively
  6. 8 January 2006: exaltedly
  7. 8 January 2006: insultingly
  8. 8 January 2006: eastwards
  9. 9 January 2006: phosphorescently
  10. 12 January 2006: passably
  11. 12 January 2006: endurably
  12. 12 January 2006: intellectually
  13. 29 June 2006: piquantly
  14. 9 August 2006: 24-7
  15. 14 August 2006: pandeistically
  16. 14 August 2006: polydeistically
  17. 15 August 2006: aforetime
  18. 17 August 2006: what with
  19. 11 September 2006: ambivalently
  20. 11 September 2006: amusingly
  21. 11 September 2006: amphibiously
  22. 11 September 2006: alluringly
  23. 13 September 2006: appreciatively
  24. 13 September 2006: appetizingly
  25. 3 October 2006: idiotically
  26. 3 October 2006: per alia
  27. 10 October 2006: blatantly
  28. 20 October 2006: competently
  29. 12 November 2006: all over again
  30. 5 January 2007: inquisitively
  31. 27 February 2007: bit by bit
  32. 7 March 2007: to the max
  33. 8 March 2007: fluorescently
  34. 14 March 2007: feebly
  35. 14 March 2007: henceforward
  36. 15 March 2007: dejectedly
  37. 18 March 2007: unluckily
  38. 21 March 2007: friably
  39. 31 March 2007: upwind
  40. 19 May 2007: lividly
  41. 26 May 2007: for the hell of it
  42. 10 July 2007: premeditatedly
  43. 4 August 2007: acockbill
  44. 15 August 2007: perdurably
  45. 24 August 2007: in altissimo
  46. 26 August 2007: irrespective of
  47. 16 September 2007: disproportionally
  48. 20 September 2007: caringly
  49. 5 October 2007: by the looks of things
  50. 5 October 2007: one at a time
  51. 13 October 2007: senza sordino
  52. 13 October 2007: con sordino
  53. 17 October 2007: languorously
  54. 18 October 2007: worryingly
  55. 22 October 2007: proteolytically
  56. 23 October 2007: paulo post futurum
  57. 24 November 2007: flickeringly
  58. 5 December 2007: quicksmart
  59. 16 December 2007: sure as eggs is eggs
  60. 18 December 2007: m.m.
  61. 22 December 2007: in common
  62. 23 December 2007: rationalistically
  63. 23 December 2007: well-meaningly
  64. 24 December 2007: pyelographically
  65. 24 December 2007: pyroelectrically
  66. 24 December 2007: quasiperiodically
  67. 12 January 2008: for the heck of it
  68. 14 January 2008: like a duck takes to water
  69. 14 January 2008: like crazy
  70. 14 January 2008: like rats from a sinking ship
  71. 20 January 2008: in the flesh
  72. 27 January 2008: on a full stomach
  73. 2 February 2008: no longer
  74. 4 February 2008: in posse
  75. 4 February 2008: in esse
  76. 5 February 2008: like a bat out of hell
  77. 10 February 2008: on drugs
  78. 11 February 2008: in twain
  79. 13 February 2008: when Hell freezes over
  80. 13 February 2008: from the bottom of one's heart
  81. 16 February 2008: step by step
  82. 22 February 2008: by walking
  83. 16 March 2008: allowably
  84. 20 March 2008: AIUI
  85. 20 March 2008: ITT
  86. 21 March 2008: thus far
  87. 27 March 2008: how much
  88. 29 March 2008: for sale
  89. 3 April 2008: on a need-to-know basis
  90. 8 April 2008: down cellar
  91. 9 April 2008: for now
  92. 17 April 2008: by the bye
  93. 18 April 2008: in ure
  94. 21 April 2008: incandescently
  95. 23 April 2008: nevermore
  96. 25 April 2008: spectrally
  97. 27 April 2008: eyeball to eyeball
  98. 12 May 2008: compulsorily
  99. 10 June 2008: below decks
  100. 27 June 2008: quoad hunc
  101. 8 July 2008: FTMFW
  102. 26 August 2008: sooo
  103. 5 September 2008: under the table
  104. 28 September 2008: in aid to this fact
  105. 12 October 2008: no matter
  106. 20 November 2008: cap in hand
  107. 19 December 2008: for the present
  108. 14 January 2009: if needs be
  109. 9 March 2009: FTW
  110. 4 April 2009: overboard
  111. 8 April 2009: as of late
  112. 19 July 2009: full speed ahead
  113. 24 July 2009: over the transom
  114. 30 July 2009: in all one's glory
  115. 13 April 2010: around the wicket
  116. 13 April 2010: over the wicket
  117. 3 June 2010: out of doors
  118. 8 December 2010: cap over the windmill
  119. 10 December 2010: chances are
  120. 5 March 2011: à gogo
  121. 6 December 2011: even so
  122. 24 January 2012: quite a bit
  123. 19 July 2012: soonest
  124. 27 July 2012: since when
  125. 22 July 2013: 2
  126. 28 July 2013: 24/7
  127. 12 January 2014: that
  128. 12 January 2014: room
  129. 12 January 2014: bad
  130. 12 January 2014: abandonedly
  131. 12 January 2014: een
  132. 12 January 2014: because
  133. 12 January 2014: onshore
  134. 12 January 2014: raving
  135. 12 January 2014: since
  136. 12 January 2014: absolutely
  137. 12 January 2014: second
  138. 12 January 2014: hard
  139. 12 January 2014: eventually
  140. 12 January 2014: ad hoc
  141. 12 January 2014: ad lib
  142. 12 January 2014: hither
  143. 12 January 2014: feel
  144. 12 January 2014: like a chicken with its head cut off
  145. 12 January 2014: big
  146. 12 January 2014: here
  147. 12 January 2014: to-and-fro
  148. 12 January 2014: divisi
  149. 12 January 2014: wrong
  150. 12 January 2014: qua
  151. 12 January 2014: as
  152. 12 January 2014: none
  153. 12 January 2014: stop
  154. 12 January 2014: hitherto
  155. 12 January 2014: fell
  156. 12 January 2014: but
  157. 12 January 2014: full
  158. 12 January 2014: tanto
  159. 12 January 2014: forte
  160. 12 January 2014: alone
  161. 12 January 2014: staccato
  162. 12 January 2014: legato
  163. 12 January 2014: arco
  164. 12 January 2014: fine
  165. 12 January 2014: bein
  166. 12 January 2014: bang
  167. 12 January 2014: eg
  168. 12 January 2014: wild
  169. 12 January 2014: last
  170. 12 January 2014: non
  171. 12 January 2014: top
  172. 12 January 2014: andante
  173. 12 January 2014: or
  174. 12 January 2014: gain
  175. 12 January 2014: together
  176. 12 January 2014: where
  177. 12 January 2014: ablaze
  178. 12 January 2014: abraid
  179. 12 January 2014: less
  180. 12 January 2014: lento
  181. 12 January 2014: portato
  182. 12 January 2014: adagio
  183. 12 January 2014: howbeit
  184. 12 January 2014: straight
  185. 12 January 2014: slap
  186. 12 January 2014: also
  187. 12 January 2014: first
  188. 12 January 2014: tomorrow
  189. 12 January 2014: sic
  190. 12 January 2014: with
  191. 12 January 2014: thin
  192. 12 January 2014: cheap
  193. 12 January 2014: though
  194. 12 January 2014: after
  195. 12 January 2014: abnormally
  196. 12 January 2014: unfrequently
  197. 12 January 2014: proper
  198. 12 January 2014: more
  199. 12 January 2014: bare
  200. 12 January 2014: direct