sylny

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Lower Sorbian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *silьnъ (strong). Cognates include Upper Sorbian sylny, Polish silny, Czech silný, Old Church Slavonic сильнъ (silĭnŭ), and Russian си́льный (sílʹnyj),

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Adjective[edit]

sylny (comparative sylnjejšy, superlative nejsylnjejšy)

  1. (archaic) strong

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