Or basically, to fart ;) In Ukrainian "dunuty" means to blow (e.g. wind). And I bet in many other Slavic languages it will sound similaly.
in Serbian this is >>>
DUNUTI or DUVATI (to blow). But, it isn`t in connection with `fart`. One may say `Vetar duva` (Wind blow) or for example `Ti duvaš` /read `duvash`/ (You blow), referring on `You blow with your mouth`
but you have...
PRDETI >>> `fart/to fart` but for the same meaning you may say in Serbian `Ti imaš vetrove` (You have the winds/You fart). Here `fart` stays in correlation with `winds`.Origin of BerlinBerlin
Berlin was a Polish city or at least western Slavic in origin.
any Serbian would tell you that Berlin sound him as `BRLOG` (in modern day Serbian language) that as designation stays in close connection with the word `swamp` (in Serb. `bara` or `moèvara` /read as mochvara/) >>>
Berlin the name
The city Berlin has a Slavic not a German name. Think about Berlin how it is similar to the city of Lublin. It does not have a 'burg' or other Germanic endings. I think it comes from an old Slavic word meaning bog or marsh. The slavic languages have words that sound like 'berl' or 'brlog'. Meaning fishing village or bog or swamp/meadow. The etymology of Brandenburg comes from Slavic 'brenna' also meaning swamp. It is 100% Slavic not German, ironically.
Slavic names in Berlin names
In fact today in section of the city there are street names with Slavic sounds and names as a legacy to their founders the Slavic people.
on a first sight, one must notice obvious Slavic tone of the name. It sound very Slavic to me and it means that i immediately connect name with the meaning of the name and that complete picture has logic to me.
Among Slavs name of Tara is regularly used as designation for hill or mountain (for example, there is mountain `Tara` in Serbia and in Montenegro). Speaking from the angle of Slavic languages (particularly Serbian) i would say that word TARA as designation from hill/mountain coming from a word OTIRATI (`to wipe off` in Eng.) that has its other form/verb where word evolve - for example `Ja tarem` (what in English translation means `I scratch`).
Do you see the logic? See,... in the eyes of ancient people (Proto Slavs) top of the hill or mountain `scratching` the sky. So, for the top of big hills/mountains they used word TARA. Ultimately, word TARA from the Slavic languages in English must be translated as `top of the hill that scratch the sky`.
Among Serbs, even these days, some people still choose name of `Tara` for their daughters. `Tara` as personal name is very archaic.
Now, after we understand that modern day Serbs still using that old original and universal name of all Slavs- Sarmatian name, i could be able to show many more interesting things to all of you who seek to investigate deepest history of Poland.
Many of you heard for so called hyperboreans, for Aryans mentioned in Indian Rg veda texts. i think that in old Poland they were known as Ariets. Anyway, those Aryans were in fact Proto-Slavs, our Slavic ancestors (BDW, that is biggets public secret of Europe, absolutely politically incorrect truth). Just, in time when Rg Veda manuscripts were written our ancestors still used their older name- based on some form of modern day Serbian name, known as Sarmatian name.
See, story of Vedic Aryans in nothing but story of Proto-Slavs. Insight in just one tragic episode from Slavic past, in time when our ancestors retreated from their eastern most outposts/territories (due to attack by darker people and due to natural catastrophes). You know, realm, culture and language of our ancestors was speared from the western Europe to the Ind River. Not only that Slavs aren`t newcomers to Europe but, their expansion actually started from Europe, from the Balkan-Baltic Danubian line, from that ancient Ister River.
Name of Serbians (Sarmatin name) was/is only ethnic name of Western world, only ethnic designation of Whites ever mentioned in ancient Rg Veda texts.
This post goes for all the Poles who wants to learn about Sarmatins that lived 1500-3000 years BC. Enjoy >>> /name of Serbians read as Sarmatians/ >>> /Srbinda- superlative form of Serbian name/ >>>
First appearance of serbian name is in Rig Veda - ancient religious sanskrit text (3000-1500 b.c.) in book VIII., 32., 2.:
"Strong God, he slew Anarsani, Srbinda, Pipru, and the friend, Ahisuva, and loosed the floods." From all the European peoples the Serbs are the only race from the construction of the wording of their name, according to the Austrian sanskritologist Walter Wust who are composed in the Vedic hymns as the characteristic SRBINDA, in which almost letter to letter is identical to the modern form SRBENDA used by Balkan Serbs.
next post is comparison between Serbian/Slavic languages and English language, on one simple example. Slavic languages are obviously much older. Designations for cousins (for people that are in blood line) is very good indication for deep roots of one language (because one language needs a lot of time to invent diverse list of words for all kind of cousins).
spot this list of designations for cousins in Serbian language. i would like that somebody offer alternative list in Polish language >>>
1. sin (Srb.) --- son (Eng.)
2. otac/tata --- father
3. deda/djed --- grandfather
4. pradeda --- grand-grand father
5. cukundeda (read - chukundeda) --- after grand-grand father
6. askurdjel --- next step in blood line
7. sukurdjel --- next step
8. rebalo --- next
9. kurebalo --- next
10. beli orao (meaning- `white eagle` in Eng.)--- next
This is what every Serbian child learn very early considering that every Serbian house hold to its family/clan tree. Faith in our ancestors saved Serbians in time when we were under foreign occupation. Serbs are only Slavs that still worship SLAVA, ancient Slavic family custom, in its Christianized form.