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m {letter} :: The 18th letter of the Serbo-Croatian Latin alphabet, preceded by lj and followed by n
m {noun} [grammar] :: masculine gender
m {noun} :: meter (unit of length)
ma {interj} :: bah, whatever
ma {interj} :: Placed at the beginning of a sentence to add intensity and surprise
ma {interj} :: Placed at the beginning of a sentence to express dismissal and indignation
ma {interj} :: Used to emphasise sarcasm
maca {f} [hypocoristic] :: cat, kitty
macan {m} :: (hypocoristic) tomcat
mach {m} :: obsolete spelling of mah
macola {f} [regional] :: mallet
mač {m} :: sword
mačak {m} :: a male cat; tomcat
mačevalac {m} :: fencer (sports)
mačevalac {m} :: swordsman
mačevanje {n} :: fencing (sports)
mačevati {vr impf} :: to fence (engage in fencing)
mačji {adj} :: feline
mačji kašalj {m} [idiomatic] :: piece of cake
mačka {f} :: cat (animal)
mačka {f} [slang] :: pretty girl, chick, bird
mačkica {f} :: (diminutive) cat
mačor {m} :: a male cat; tomcat
maćeha {f} :: stepmother
mada {conj} :: although
mada {conj} :: albeit
Madagaskar {prop} {m} :: Madagascar
Madeira {prop} {f} :: Madeira
madež {m} :: mole (on the skin)
madrac {m} [Croatia] :: mattress
madras {m} [textiles] :: madras
Madras {prop} {m} :: Madras
Madrid {prop} {m} :: Madrid (capital city)
madrigal {m} :: madrigal
madrigalist {m} :: madrigalist (singer of madrigals)
Madžar {prop} {m} :: Hungarian (person)
Madžarska {prop} {f} :: Hungary
Mađar {prop} {m} :: Hungarian (person)
Mađarska {prop} {f} :: Hungary
mađarski {adj} :: Hungarian
mađarski {adj} [in masculine, substantive] :: the Hungarian language
mađarski {adv} :: in a Hungarian manner, as a Hungarian
mađioničar {m} :: magician
maestro {m} [music] :: maestro (unofficial title of distinguished musicians, especially conductors)
mafija {f} :: mafia
mafijaš {m} :: mobster, Mafioso
mafiokracija {f} [uncountable] :: the rule of mafia
magacin {m} :: depot
magacin {m} :: stockroom
magacin {m} :: storeroom, storehouse
magacin {m} :: warehouse
magacin {m} :: depository
magacin {m} :: shop
magarac {m} :: donkey
magare {n} :: little donkey
magarica {f} :: jenny (female donkey)
magičan {adj} :: magical
magičar {m} :: magician
magično {adv} :: magically
magičnost {f} [uncountable] :: magic
magija {f} :: magic
magijski {adj} :: magical (pertaining to magic)
magijski {adv} :: magically
magistar {m} :: master, magister (one who has achieved a master's degree)
magla {f} :: fog
maglica {f} :: fog, mist
maglica {f} [astronomy] :: nebula
magličast {adj} :: hazy, foggy
maglina {f} [Chakavian] :: fog
maglina {f} [astronomy] :: nebula
maglovit {adj} :: foggy
maglovit {adj} :: vague
maglovito {adv} :: foggily
maglovito {adv} :: vaguely
magma {f} [geology] :: magma
magnat {m} :: magnate
magnet {m} :: a magnet (piece of material that attracts metal by magnetism)
magnetičan {adj} :: magnetic
magnetit {m} [mineralogy] :: magnetite
magnetizam {m} :: magnetism
magnetni {adj} :: magnetic
magnetski {adv} :: magnetic
magnezij {m} :: magnesium
mahala {f} [regional] :: city block
mahala {f} [regional] :: street
maharadža {m} :: maharajah
mahati {vi impf} [with dative] :: to wave (with arm, tail, wing etc.)
maher {m} [regional] :: expert
maher {m} [regional] :: clever, resourceful person
mahnuti {vi pf} [with dative] :: to wave (with arm, tail, wing etc.)
mahom {adv} :: mainly, mostly
mahovina {f} :: moss
mahuna {f} :: pod, legume
mahuna {f} [Croatia] :: green beans
mahunarka {f} :: legume (member of Leguminosae family)
maj {m} :: May
majčica {f} :: A little or dear mom
majčin {adj} :: mother's, of mother
majčinski {adj} :: maternal, motherly
majčinski {adv} :: like a mother
majdan {m} [regional] :: mine
majdan {m} [regional] :: pit
majestetičan {adj} :: majestic
majestetičan {adj} :: royal
majica {f} :: T-shirt
majka {f} :: mother
majkin {adj} :: mother's, of mother
Majkrosoft {prop} {m} [Montenegro, Serbia, uncountable] :: Microsoft
majmun {m} :: monkey (primate)
majmunčad {fp} [collective] :: little monkeys
majmunče {n} :: (diminutive) monkey (usually young one)
majmunolik {adj} :: anthropoid (having characteristics of an ape)
majmunski {adj} :: monkeyish
majoneza {f} [Croatia] :: mayonnaise (a dressing made from raw egg yolks and oil)
major {m} [military, Serbo-Croatian, Serbo-Croatian] :: major (rank)
majski {adj} :: May (of or pertaining to, occurring in)
majstor {m} :: master (in a particular art, skill or a field of knowledge)
majstor {m} :: handyman
majstorov {adj} :: master's
majušan {adj} :: (hypocoristically) very tiny
mak {m} :: poppy
makadam {m} :: macadam
makadamski {adj} :: macadam (of or pertaining to)
Makao {prop} {m} :: Macau
makar {adv} :: at least
makar {adv} :: even if, regardless
makaze {f} [plurale tantum] :: scissors
Makedonac {prop} {m} :: Macedonian (person)
Makedonija {prop} {f} :: North Macedonia
Makedonija {prop} {f} :: Macedonia
Makedonka {prop} {f} :: Macedonian (female)
makedonski {adj} :: Macedonian
makedonski {adj} [in masculine, substantive] :: the Macedonian language
maketa {f} :: model
maketa {f} :: sketch
maketar {m} :: modeler, sketcher
maklen {m} :: Montpellier maple (Acer monspessulanum)
makljaža {f} :: scuffle, fight
makljen {m} :: Montpellier maple (Acer monspessulanum)
maknuti {vt pf} :: to take away, remove, displace (relocate position of something or someone)
maknuti {vtr pf} :: to move
makovnjača {f} :: poppyseed cake (makowiec)
makro- {prefix} :: macro-
makro {m} :: pimp
makroekonomija {f} :: macroeconomics
makroklima {f} :: macroclimate
maksi {adj} :: maxi
maksimalan {adj} :: maximal
maksimalno {adv} :: maximally
maksimum {m} :: maximum
mal {adj} :: small
Mala Azija {prop} {f} :: Asia Minor
malajski {adj} :: Malay
malajski {adj} [in masculine, substantive] :: the Malay language
malaksati {vi impf pf} :: to become exhausted, worn out
malaksati {vi impf pf} :: to let up, ease up
malaksavati {v impf} :: imperfective form of malaksati
mala nužda {f} [idiomatic, euphemistic] :: urination; number one
malaričan {adj} :: malarial
malarija {f} :: malaria
malašan {adj} [hypocoristically] :: small, tiny
malašnost {f} [uncountable] :: smallness, tinyness
Malavi {prop} {m} :: Malawi
malavijski {adj} :: Malawian
Maldivi {prop} {p} :: Maldives
male boginje {fp} [disease, plurale tantum] :: alastrim (Variola vera minor)
male boginje {fp} [disease, plurale tantum] :: measles, rubeola
malen {adj} :: small
maler {m} :: painter
malešan {adj} :: tiny, small
Malezija {prop} {f} :: Malaysia
Mali {prop} {m} :: Mali
maliciozan {adj} :: malicious
maliciozno {adv} :: maliciously
Malijac {prop} {m} :: Malian
malijski {adj} :: Malian
malik {m} [regional, obsolete] :: master, ruler
malina {f} :: raspberry (fruit)
malina {f} :: raspberry (plant)
Malinska-Dubašnica {prop} :: Malinska-Dubašnica (municipality)
mali slikar {m} [arts] :: a little (child) painter (artist who paints pictures)
mali slikar {m} [arts] :: an unimportant painter
malo {adv} :: little, few, some
malo {adv} :: slightly, somewhat, vaguely (to a small but perceptible degree)
malo {adv} :: barely, hardly (anyone, anywhere)
maloazijski {adj} :: of or pertaining to Asia Minor
malobrojan {adj} :: small in numbers; sparse
maločas {adv} :: just a moment ago; recently
malodušan {adj} :: cowardly, faint-hearted, pusillanimity
malodušje {n} [uncountable] :: cowardice, faintheartedness (state of)
malodušno {adv} :: despondently
malograđanin {m} [pejorative] :: conformist
malograđanin {m} [Marxism] :: petty bourgeois, member of the lower middle class
malograđanka {f} :: petty bourgeois, member of the lower middle class
malograđanski {adj} :: in a manner of petty bourgeois
maloletan {adj} :: minor, juvenile (below the legal age of responsibility or accountability)
maloletnica {f} :: minor, juvenile
maloletnički {adj} :: minor, juvenile (of or pertaining to minors/juveniles)
maloletnik {m} :: minor, juvenile
maloljetan {adj} :: minor, juvenile (below the legal age of responsibility or accountability)
maloljetnica {f} :: minor, juvenile
maloljetnički {adj} :: minor, juvenile (of or pertaining to minors/juveniles)
maloljetnik {m} :: minor, juvenile
malo morgen {phrase} :: in your dreams, yeah right, as if
malopre {adv} :: just a while ago
maloprije {adv} :: just a while ago
maloprodaja {f} :: retail
maloprodajni {adj} :: retail
malo sutra {phrase} [idiomatic] :: in your dreams, yeah, right, as if
malouman {adj} :: feeble-minded, retarded, moronic, idiotic
maloumnik {m} :: feeble-minded person; moron, imbecile, idiot
maloumnost {f} [uncountable] :: feeble-mindedness, retardation, idiocy
Malta {prop} {f} :: Malta
malter {m} [uncountable] :: mortar
malteški {adj} :: Maltese
malteški {adj} [in masculine, substantive] :: the Maltese language
Maltežanin {prop} {m} :: Maltese (person)
maltretirati {v impf} :: to bully, harass
maltretirati {v impf} :: to molest, maltreat
malver {m} [computing, Anglicism] :: malware (software developed to harm a computer system)
malj {m} :: mallet, hammer
mam {adv} [Kajkavian] :: right now
mam {adv} [Kajkavian] :: immediately
mama {f} :: mom
mamica {f} :: mommy
mamiti {vt impf} :: to lure, entice
mamlaz {m} [regional, pejorative] :: fool, dolt, idiot
mamlaz {m} [regional, pejorative] :: dork, gawk (clumsy person)
mamuran {adj} :: drunk, intoxicated
mamuran {adj} :: drowsy
mamurluk {m} :: hangover
mamurnost {f} :: hangover
mamut {m} :: mammoth (elephant-like mammal)
mana {f} :: flaw, fault, shortcoming
mana {f} :: manna
mana {f} :: mana
manastir {m} :: monastery
manastir {m} :: cloister
manastirski {adj} :: monastic, conventual
mandarin {m} :: mandarin (Chinese Imperial bureaucrat)
mandarina {f} :: mandarin, mandarine, mandarin orange (fruit)
mandarinski {adj} :: of or pertaining to mandarins
mandarinski {adj} [in masculine, substantive] :: the Mandarin language
mandarinski {adv} :: as a mandarin, in a manner of mandarin
mandat {m} :: mandate
mandat {m} :: term (of office)
mandolina {f} :: mandolin
mandragora {f} :: mandrake
mandula {f} [regional] :: almond
mandula {f} [in plural] :: tonsil (organ)
manekenka {f} :: fashion model
manevar {m} :: maneuver
mangan {m} :: manganese
mangup {m} :: idler, loafer
mangup {m} :: mischievous child
manijak {m} :: maniac
Manila {prop} {f} :: Manila
manipulacija {f} :: manipulation
manir {m} :: alternative form of manira
manira {f} :: a manner
manira {f} :: etiquette
maniri {mp} :: manners (etiquette)
manki {m} :: at sign (@)
mantra {f} :: mantra (all senses)
manualan {adj} :: manual
manuskript {m} :: manuscript
manjak {m} :: deficiency
manjak {m} :: deficit
manjak {m} :: shortfall
manjak {m} :: shortage
manje {adv} :: less
manje {adv} :: fewer
manje {adv} :: minus (mathematics)
manje {adv} :: rarely (in reference to time or repetition)
manje-više {adv} :: more or less
manjina {f} :: minority
manjinski {adj} :: minority (of or pertaining to)
manjkati {vit impf} :: to lack, to miss, to be short of (be without something necessary for another action)
manjkati {vit impf} :: to run out, dwindle, peter out (become reduced in size, number or intensity)
maoizam {m} :: Maoism
maorski {adj} :: Maori
maorski {adj} [in masculine, substantive] :: the Maori language
mapa {f} :: map (visual representation of an area, map, sheet with geographical information on it)
mapa {f} [Croatia, computing] :: folder
mar {m} [rare] :: diligence
mar {m} [rare] :: eagerness, zeal
marama {f} :: kerchief
maramica {f} :: handkerchief
maramica {f} :: tissue
maran {adj} :: industrious, diligent
maran {adj} :: eager, zealous, devoted
maraton {m} :: marathon
maravela {f} :: fight, scuffle
marcipan {m} :: marzipan
marelica {f} [regional, Croatia] :: apricot (fruit)
marginalan {adj} :: marginal
marica {f} [slang] :: police van, paddy wagon
marica {f} [slang, by extension] :: the police
Marica {prop} {f} :: Marica (river)
marifetluk {m} :: sleight, trick, skill (especially of adapting in trouble)
marifetluk {m} :: dodge, sidestepping (especially responsibility)
marihuana {f} [uncountable] :: marijuana
Marija {prop} {f} :: given name
marimba {m} :: marimba
Marin {prop} {m} :: given name
Marina {prop} {f} :: given name
Marina {prop} {f} :: A town near Trogir, Croatia
Marinela {prop} {f} :: given name
Marinko {prop} {m} :: given name
Mario {prop} {m} :: given name
marioneta {f} :: marionette, puppet
mariti {vi impf} :: to care, be concerned
mariti {vi impf} :: to mind
marka {f} :: mark (Deutschmark)
marka {f} :: convertible mark
marka {f} :: brand, label, trade name
marketing {m} :: marketing
markiz {m} :: marquess
markiza {f} :: marchioness, marquise
Marko {prop} {m} :: given name
marksizam {m} :: Marxism
marljiv {adj} :: industrious, diligent
marljivo {adv} :: industriously, diligently
marljivost {f} [uncountable] :: diligence
marmelada {f} :: marmalade
Marokanac {prop} {m} :: Moroccan
marokanski {adj} :: Moroccan
Maroko {prop} {m} :: Morocco
Mars {prop} {m} :: Mars (planet)
Mars {prop} {m} :: Mars (Roman god)
marsovski {adj} :: Martian
marsovski {adv} :: as a Martian
marš {m} :: march
marš {interj} [mildly, vulgar] :: scram, get out of here
maršal {m} :: marshal
Maršalovi Otoci {prop} {mp} :: Marshall Islands (Republic of the Marshall Islands)
mart {m} [Bosnian, Serbian] :: March
Martinik {prop} {m} :: Martinique (French overseas Department)
martovski {adj} :: March (of or pertaining to, occurring in)
marva {f} [regional] :: cattle
masa {f} :: mass
masakr {m} :: massacre
masaža {f} :: massage
maser {m} :: masseur
masiv {m} :: massif
masivan {adj} :: massive
masivno {adv} :: massively
maska {f} :: mask
Maskat {prop} {m} :: Muscat, capital city of Oman
maskota {f} :: mascot
maskulinizam {m} :: masculism
maskulizam {m} :: masculism
maslac {m} :: butter
maslačak {m} :: dandelion
maslina {f} :: olive (fruit)
maslina {f} :: olive tree (Olea europaea)
maslina {f} :: (plural only) Oleaceae (plant family)
maslinast {adj} :: olive
maslinasta {adj} :: olive (color)
maslinik {m} :: olive grove
maslinovina {f} :: olive tree, olive wood
maslinovo ulje {n} :: olive oil
maslinjak {m} :: olive grove
maslo {n} :: butter (rendered, melted or drawn), butter oil
maslo {n} :: something that is of bad quality
masna kiselina {f} :: fatty acid
masnica {f} :: bruise (medicine)
masnoća {f} :: fat
masovan {adj} :: mass, massive, collective
masovno {adv} :: massively
mast {f} :: grease
mast {f} :: ointment
mast {f} :: fat
mast {f} :: lard
mast {f} :: schmaltz
mastan {adj} :: fatty, oily, greasy
mastan {adj} :: boldface (of fonts)
mastodont {m} :: mastodon
masturbacija {f} :: masturbation
masturbirati {v impf pf} :: to masturbate
mašina {f} :: machine
mašina {f} :: engine
mašinerija {f} :: machinery
mašiti {vr pf} :: to reach for, grab (an object, +genitive)
mašta {f} :: imagination
maštati {vi impf} :: to daydream, dream
maštovit {adj} :: imaginative
maštovito {adv} :: imaginatively
matar {m} :: alternative form of mȍtar
Matej {prop} {m} :: given name
matematičar {m} :: mathematician
matematičarka {f} :: mathematician (female)
matematika {f} :: mathematics
materica {f} :: womb, uterus
materija {f} [uncountable, physics] :: matter
materijal {m} :: material
materijalan {adj} :: material
materijalistički {adj} :: materialistic
materijalistički {adv} :: materialistically
materijalizam {m} [uncountable] :: materialism
materijalno {adv} :: materially
materin {adj} :: mother's, of mother
materinski {adj} :: maternal
materinski {adv} :: maternally
materinji {adj} :: maternal, motherly
maternica {f} :: womb, uterus
maternji {adj} [usually, Bosnian, Serbian] :: maternal
mati {f} :: mother
matica {f} :: queen (insects)
matica {f} :: source, home (figuratively)
matica {f} :: mainstream (also figuratively)
matica {f} :: registry, record book
matica {f} :: nut, fastener (piece of metal)
Matija {prop} {m} :: given name
Matija {prop} {m} :: given name
Matko {prop} {m} :: given name or Matija
mator {adj} [colloquial] :: old
mator {adj} [colloquial] :: elderly
matrica {f} :: matrix
matrica incidencije {f} [graph theory] :: incidence matrix
matrijarh {m} :: matriarch
matrijarhalan {adj} :: matriarchal
matrijarhalni {adj} :: matriarchal
matrijarhat {f} :: matriarchate, matriarchy
Matulji {prop} :: Matulji (municipality)
Mauretanija {prop} {f} :: Mauritania
Mauricijus {prop} {m} :: Mauritius
Mauritanija {prop} :: Mauritania
mauzolej {m} :: mausoleum
maz {m} :: ointment
mazati {vtr impf} :: to smear, spread, daub
mazati {vr impf} [colloquial] :: to apply makeup
maziti {vtr impf} :: to fondle, pet, cuddle
mazohizam {m} [uncountable] :: masochism
meč {m} [Chakavian] :: sword
meč {m} :: match (sporting event)
mečka {f} :: she-bear, female bear
mečka {f} :: show-bear, trained bear that performs at fairs
mečka {f} [slang] :: A Mercedes-Benz car
mećava {f} :: snowstorm, blizzard
med {m} :: honey
med {prep} [Kajkavian] :: between
med {prep} [Kajkavian] :: among
medalja {f} :: medal (stamped metal disc)
meden {adj} :: made with honey
meden {adj} :: honeyed (sweet as if honey)
medicina {f} [uncountable] :: medicine (science)
medicinska sestra {f} :: nurse
medicinski {adj} :: medical, medicinal
medij {m} :: medium
medijan {m} :: median (measure of central tendency)
medijator {m} :: mediator
medijski {adj} :: of or pertaining to medium or media
medijski {adv} :: by using media, with media
med i mleko {mp} :: prosperity and ease without worries; milk and honey
med i mlijeko {mp} :: prosperity and ease without worries; milk and honey
mediokris {m} :: mediocrity
mediokritet {m} :: mediocrity
meditacija {f} :: meditation
Mediteran {prop} {m} :: Mediterranean Sea
mediteranski {adj} :: Mediterranean
mediteranski {adv} :: as a Mediterranean, in a Mediterranean manner
medja {f} :: obsolete spelling of međa
medo {n} :: bear
medo {n} :: teddy bear
meduza {f} :: jellyfish
medved {m} :: bear (mammal)
medvedica {f} :: she-bear
medvedić {m} :: bear cub
medveđi {adj} :: ursine (of, pertaining to or characteristic of bears)
medvjed {m} :: bear (mammal)
medvjedica {f} :: she-bear
medvjedić {m} :: bear cub
medvjeđi {adj} :: ursine (of, pertaining to or characteristic of bears)
međa {f} :: border, boundary
međa {f} :: landmark, (boundary) marker
međica {f} [anatomy] :: perineum
među {prep} :: [+ accusative case] between (with change of position, answering the question kùda)
među {prep} :: [+ locative case] among (without change of position, answering the question gdjȅ/gdȅ)
Međugorje {prop} {n} :: Medjugorje (town in Herzegovina)
međumemorija {f} [computing] :: buffer
međumemorija {f} [computing] :: clipboard
međunarodni {adj} :: international
međusoban {adj} :: mutual
međusobno {adv} :: mutually
međuspremnik {m} [computing] :: buffer
međuspremnik {m} [computing] :: clipboard
međutim {adv} :: however, on the other hand
međuvreme {n} :: meantime, interval
međuvrijeme {n} :: meantime, interval
megabajt {m} :: megabyte
megacunami {m} :: megatsunami
megalosaur {m} :: megalosaur
megdan {m} [historical] :: a type of competition in physical training organized in the medieval Balkans during the Ottoman Empire
megdan {m} [regional, expressively, folk poetry and oral literature] :: battle, duel, fight
megla {f} [Kajkavian] :: fog
megla {f} [Kajkavian] :: mist
meh {m} :: blower, bellows
meh {m} :: goatskin, wineskin
mehana {f} [regional] :: pub
mehaničar {m} :: mechanic
mehanički {adj} :: mechanical
mehanički {adv} :: mechanically
mehanika {f} [uncountable] :: mechanics
mehanizam {m} :: mechanism
mehkek {adj} [Kajkavian] :: soft
Mehmed {prop} {m} :: given name
mehur {m} :: bubble
mehur {m} [anatomy] :: bladder
mehur {m} :: blister
mehurast {adj} :: bubble-like
mehurić {m} :: a small bubble; vesicle
meitnerij {m} :: meitnerium
meja {f} [Kajkavian, Chakavian] :: border, boundary
mejdan {m} :: a larger empty area in a city, usually of Oriental type; square, field
mejdan {m} :: (metonymically) cattle fair or exhibition
mejdan {m} [figuratively] :: public exposition of something
mejdan {m} :: alternative form of megdan
mejit {m} [regional, expressively] :: corpse
mek {adj} :: soft
meka {f} [figuratively] :: [usually with proposition za] Any place considered to be a very important place to visit by people with a particular interest; Mecca, haven, heaven, paradise
Meka {prop} {f} :: Mecca (city)
mekan {adj} :: soft, tender (also figuratively)
mekano {adv} :: softly, gently
mekanost {f} :: softness, tenderness
mekika {f} :: A type of pastry
mekoća {f} :: softness, tenderness
mekonepčanik {m} :: a velar
meksički {adj} :: Mexican
Meksikanac {prop} {m} :: Mexican (person from Mexico)
meksikanski {adj} :: Mexican
meksikanski {adv} :: in a Mexican manner, as a Mexican
Meksiko {prop} {m} :: Meksiko (country)
Meksiko {prop} {m} :: Meksiko (capital city)
Meksiko Siti {prop} {m} :: Mexico City
mekšati {vt impf} :: to soften, mellow, mollify
mekteb {m} [Islam] :: religious primary school
mekušac {m} :: mollusc
mekušan {adj} :: soft
mekušan {adj} :: weak, frail
mekušan {adj} :: effeminate, unmanly
mela {f} [Kajkavian] :: flour
melancana {f} [regional] :: aubergine, eggplant
Melanezija {prop} {f} :: Melanesia
melankoličan {adj} [Croatia] :: melancholic
melankolično {adv} [Croatia] :: melancholically
melankolik {m} [Croatia] :: melancholic
melanom {m} :: melanoma (type of skin tumor)
melasa {f} :: molasses
meleć {m} [Islam] :: angel
melek {m} :: angel
melem {m} :: balm, balsam
melin {m} [Kajkavian] :: mill
melioracija {f} :: melioration
melioracija {f} :: land reclamation
melodičan {adj} :: melodic
melodično {adv} :: melodically
melodija {f} [music] :: melody
melodiozan {adj} :: melodic
melodrama {f} :: melodrama
melodramatičan {adj} :: melodramatic
membrana {f} :: membrane
memento {m} :: memento
memoar {m} :: memoir
memorandum {m} :: memorandum
memorija {f} :: memory
mena {f} :: change
mena {f} :: phase
mena {f} :: lunation
menadžer {m} :: manager
mendelevij {m} :: mendelevium
mene {pron} :: of me (genitive singular of (I), long form)
menedžer {m} :: manager
menga {f} [colloquial] :: menstruation
mengele {fp} :: vise, vice
meni {m} :: menu
meni {pron} [emphatic, possessive, dative] :: alternative form of mi; my, of mine
menica {f} [banking] :: bill of exchange
menica {f} [banking, business] :: negotiable instrument, note, commercial paper
menopauza {f} :: menopause
menoreja {f} [archaic] :: menstruation
menses {m} [colloquial] :: menstruation
menstruacija {f} :: menstruation
mentalitet {m} :: mentality
mentalni {adj} :: mental
menzes {m} [colloquial] :: menstruation
menzis {m} [colloquial] :: menstruation
menjač {m} :: money changer
menjač {m} :: gear shift, gear lever
menjač {m} :: shift key (typewriter)
menjačnica {f} :: bureau de change, currency exchange, money exchange
menjati {vtr impf} :: to change
menjati {vt impf} :: to exchange
menjati {vt impf} [grammar] :: to inflect
menjati {vir impf} :: to exchange with
mera {f} :: measure
mera {f} :: dimension, size
mera {f} :: rate
mera {f} :: degree
mera {f} :: extent
mera {f} :: unit
merač {m} :: measurer, surveyor
merač {m} :: measuring device
merak {m} :: Desire, yearning, and enjoyment thereof
merak {m} :: Enjoyment of the simple things in life
merdevine {fp} [plurale tantum] :: (Bosnian, Serbian) ladder
merhaba {interj} [used by Muslims] :: hello, hi
meridijan {m} :: meridian
merilac {m} :: measurer, surveyor
merilo {n} :: measure
merilo {n} :: criterion
meriti {vt impf} :: to measure
Merkur {prop} {m} :: Mercury (planet)
Merkur {prop} {m} [Roman god] :: Mercury
merljiv {adj} :: measurable
mermer {m} [regional] :: marble (stone)
meronimija {f} [semantics] :: meronymy
merver {m} [regional] :: value added tax
mesar {m} :: butcher
mesec {m} :: moon
mesec {m} :: month
Mesec {prop} {m} :: Moon
měsec {m} :: obsolete spelling of mjesec
měsec {m} :: obsolete spelling of mesec
měsec {m} :: obsolete spelling of misec
mesecima {adv} :: for months and months
mesečar {m} :: somnambulist, sleepwalker
mesečarka {f} :: somnambulist, sleepwalker (female)
mesečarstvo {n} :: somnambulism
mesečina {f} :: moonlight
mesečni {adj} :: monthly
mesečno {adv} :: monthly, on a monthly basis
Mesija {prop} {m} :: Messiah
mesing {m} :: brass
mesnat {adj} :: meaty
mesni {adj} :: meat- (of or pertaining to, made of)
mesni {adj} :: local
mesno {adv} :: locally
meso {n} :: meat
mesojed {noun} :: carnivore
mestance {n} :: small town; village
mestašce {n} :: small town; village
meste {n} [Kajkavian] :: place
meste {n} [Kajkavian] :: space
meste {n} [Kajkavian] :: a settlement
meste {prep} [Kajkavian] :: instead of
mesti {vit impf} :: to sweep
mestimice {adv} :: here and there, in places
mestimičan {adj} :: sporadic, scattered, occurring
mestimično {adv} :: sporadically, in some places
mesto {n} :: place [location, position]
mesto {n} :: space
mesto {n} :: a settlement [usually between a village and a town in size]
mesto {prep} :: instead of
město {n} :: obsolete spelling of mjesto/mesto
mesto izgovora {n} [phonology] :: place of articulation
mestopis {m} [Croatia] :: a written record or chronicle of a place; topography
mestovina {f} :: fee (a stallholder must pay to run a stall at a farmers market)
meša {f} [Kajkavian] :: mass (liturgy)
mešalica {f} :: mixer, blender
mešalo {n} :: mixer, blender
mešanac {m} :: mixed-blood, half-breed (of a person or animal)
mešati {vt impf} :: to mix, blend, mingle
mešati {vr impf} :: to interfere with (conversation, topic etc.)
mešavina {f} :: mixture
mešetar {m} :: broker, agent
mešina {f} :: goatskin, wineskin
mešina {f} [pejorative] :: paunch, belly
meškoljiti {vr impf} :: to squirm
meškoljiti {vr impf} :: to wriggle
mešovit {adj} :: mixed, heterogeneous
meštanin {m} :: townsman
meštanka {f} :: townswoman
meštar {m} [regional] :: master
meštar {m} [regional] :: teacher
meta {f} :: target
metabolizam {m} :: metabolism
metafizika {f} :: metaphysics
metafora {f} [figure of speech] :: metaphor
metaforičan {adj} :: metaphoric
metaforički {adj} :: metaphorical
metaforički {adv} :: metaphorically
metaforično {adv} :: metaphorically
metajezik {m} :: metalanguage
metak {m} :: bullet
metakarpus {m} :: metacarpus
metal {m} [chemistry] :: metal
metalac {m} :: metalworker
metalan {adj} :: metal (made of, or resembling)
metalografija {f} :: metallography
metaloid {m} [chemistry] :: metalloid
metalurgija {f} [uncountable] :: metallurgy
metamorfoza {f} :: metamorphosis
metan {m} [chemistry, uncountable] :: methane (CH₄)
metanol {m} [uncountable] :: methanol
metar {m} :: meter (unit of length)
metar {m} :: meter (device that measures)
metastaza {f} :: metastasis
metateza {f} :: metathesis
metati {vit impf} :: to put, place
metempsihoza {f} :: metempsychosis
meteor {m} [astronomy] :: meteor
meteorit {m} :: meteorite
meteorograf {m} :: meteorograph
meteorolog {m} :: meteorologist
meteorologija {f} :: meteorology
meteorološki {adj} :: meteorological
meteorološki {adv} :: meteorologically
metež {m} :: disturbance, uproar
metež {m} :: confusion, chaos
metil {m} [uncountable] :: methyl
metilj {m} :: fluke
metionin {m} [uncountable] :: methionine
metla {f} :: broom
metloboj {m} [Croatia] :: Quidditch
metnuti {vit pf} :: to put, place
metoda {f} :: method
metodičar {m} :: methodologist
metodist {m} :: Methodist
metodologija {f} :: methodology
metodološki {adj} :: methodological
metodološki {adv} :: methodologically
metoh {m} :: church
metoh {m} :: monastery
metoh {m} :: glebe
metoh {m} :: churchyard
metonimija {f} :: metonymy
metrički {adj} :: metric, metrical
metrički {adv} :: metrically
metrika {f} [algebra] :: metric
metro {m} :: metro
metrologija {f} :: metrology
metronom {m} :: metronome
metropola {f} :: metropolis
metropola {f} :: the capital city
metropolis {m} :: A metropolis
metulj {m} [Croatian, Čakavian, Kajkavian] :: butterfly
metvica {f} :: mint
meza {f} :: alternative form of meze
mezanin {m} :: mezzanine
mezar {m} [Islam] :: grave, tomb
mezarje {n} [regional, Bosnia] :: cemetery
mezarje {n} [regional, Bosnia] :: graveyard
mezarluk {m} [Islam] :: cemetery, graveyard
meze {n} [regional] :: snack, bite
mezgra {f} :: sapwood
mezon {m} [particle] :: meson
mezopauza {f} :: mesopause
Mezopotamija {prop} {f} :: Mesopotamia (region between Euphrates and Tigris)
mezopotamski {adj} :: Mesopotamian
mezosfera {f} :: mesosphere
mezuza {f} [Judaism, Christianity] :: mezuzah
Mianmar {prop} {m} :: Myanmar
micati {vtr impf} :: to move
micati {vt impf} :: to take away, remove, displace (relocate position of something or someone)
Microsoft {prop} {m} [uncountable] :: Microsoft
miesec {m} :: obsolete spelling of mjesec
miesto {n} :: obsolete spelling of mjesto
mig {m} :: wink
mig {m} :: hint
mig {m} :: cue
migoljiti {vr impf} :: to squirm
migoljiti {vr impf} :: to wriggle
Mijanmar {prop} {m} :: Myanmar (country)
mijazam {m} :: miasma
mijeh {m} :: blower, bellows
mijeh {m} :: goatskin, wineskin
mijelin {noun} :: myelin
mijena {f} :: change
mijena {f} :: phase
mijena {f} :: lunation
mijenjati {vtr impf} :: to change
mijenjati {vt impf} :: to exchange
mijenjati {vt impf} [grammar] :: to inflect
mijenjati {vir impf} :: to exchange with
miješalica {f} :: mixer, blender
miješan {adj} :: mixed
miješati {vt impf} :: to mix, blend, mingle
miješati {vr impf} :: to interfere with (conversation, topic etc.)
mikrob {m} :: microbe
mikrobiologija {f} :: microbiology
mikroevolucija {f} :: microevolution
mikrofon {m} :: microphone
Mikronezija {prop} {f} :: Micronesia
mikroorganizam {m} :: microorganism
mikroskop {m} :: microscope
mikroskopski {adj} :: microscopic
mikroskopski {adv} :: microscopically
mikrotalasna peć {f} :: microwave oven
mikrovalna pećnica {f} :: microwave oven
Milan {prop} {m} :: given name
Milano {prop} {m} :: Milan, a city in Italy
mili- {prefix} :: milli-
Milica {prop} {m} :: given name
milicija {f} :: militia
milicija {f} :: [historical, colloquial] police
milijarda {f} :: milliard, billion (thousand millions)
milijarder {m} :: billionaire (somone whose wealth exceeds a billion, i.e. 109)
milijun {m} [Croatia] :: million
milimetar {m} :: millimetre
milion {m} :: million
militantan {adj} :: militant
militaran {adj} :: military, army, martial
militarizacija {f} :: militarization
militarizam {m} :: militarism
Milka {prop} {f} :: given name
Milna {prop} :: Milna (municipality)
milo {adv} :: dearly, kindly, cordially
Milorad {prop} {m} :: given name
milosrdan {adj} :: merciful, compassionate
milosrdan {adj} :: charitable, humane
milosrdnost {f} [uncountable] :: compassion
milosrdnost {f} [uncountable] :: mercy
milosrdnost {f} [uncountable] :: pity
milosrdnost {f} [countable] :: a merciful act
milosrđe {n} :: compassion
milosrđe {n} :: mercy
milosrđe {n} :: pity
milosrđe {n} :: a merciful act
milost {f} :: mercy, compassion, favour
milost {f} :: grace (especially divine)
milost {f} [legal] :: pardon
milostan {adj} :: merciful
milostan {adj} :: dear, pleasant
milostiv {adj} :: merciful
milostiv {adj} :: gracious, kind
milostivo {adv} :: mercifully
milostivo {adv} :: graciously, kindly
Miloš {prop} {m} :: given name
milošća {f} [Croatia] :: love, affection
milošća {f} [Croatia] :: mercy
milovati {vt impf} :: to caress, fondle
Milutin {prop} {m} :: given name
milja {f} :: mile
milje {m} :: milieu
miljenica {f} :: favorite (preferred one)
miljenik {m} :: favorite (preferred one)
Miljenko {prop} {m} :: given name
mimar {m} :: architect
mimar {m} :: builder
mimo {prep} :: by, past (of movement in relation to an object)
mimo {prep} :: despite, in spite of (law, custom, agreement, hardship etc.; contrary to something established or expected)
mimoilaziti {v impf} :: to pass by
minaret {m} :: minaret
minder {m} :: mat
minder {m} :: cushion
minder {m} :: divan (furniture)
minđuha {f} :: earring
minđuša {f} :: earring
mineral {m} :: mineral
mineralni {adj} :: mineral
mineralog {m} :: mineralogist
mineralogija {f} [mineralogy] :: mineralogy
minerica {f} :: mechanical pencil
Minhen {prop} {m} :: (Bosnian, Serbian) Munich, the capital city of Bavaria, Germany
minijatura {f} :: miniature
minijatura {f} [computing] :: thumbnail
minijaturni {adj} :: miniature
minimalan {adj} :: minimal
minimalistički {adj} :: minimalist, minimalistic
minimalistički {adv} :: in a minimalist fashion
minimalizam {m} [uncountable] :: minimalism
minimalno {adv} :: minimally
minimum {m} :: minimum
minirati {vt impf pf} :: to mine (place mines, blow up with mines)
minirati {vt impf pf} [figuratively] :: to undermine
ministar {m} :: minister (in a government)
ministarstvo {n} :: ministry
ministrica {f} :: (Croatian) minister (female)
minus {m} :: minus sign
minus {m} :: minuns, defect, deficiency
minut {f} [Bosnia, Serbia] :: minute
minuta {f} [Croatian] :: minute
minuti {vi pf} :: to pass, pass by (of time, state, period, pain, wishes etc.)
minuti {vi pf} :: to end, stop (wind, rain etc.)
mio {adj} :: dear
mio {adj} :: kind
mi o vuku {proverb} :: speak of the devil
mi o vuku a vuk na vrata {proverb} :: speak of the devil and he shall appear
mir {m} :: peace
mir {m} :: calm, tranquility
Mira {prop} {f} :: given name
miran {adj} :: motionless
miran {adj} :: calm, placid
miran {adj} :: quiet, still
miran {adj} :: peaceful, undisturbed
miraz {m} :: dowry
Mirek {prop} {m} :: given name
miris {m} :: smell, odor
mirisan {adj} :: scented, perfumed
mirisan {adj} :: of or pertaining to odor or fragrance
mirisati {vi impf} :: to smell
mirisati {vt impf} :: to smell, sniff
miriti {vt impf} :: to reconcile
miriti {vt impf} :: to conciliate, pacify
Mirjana {prop} {f} :: given name
Mirko {prop} {m} :: given name
mirna Bosna {phrase} :: literally: peaceful Bosnia
mirna Bosna {phrase} :: an outcome of an event in which all parties involved are satisfied
mirno {adv} :: peacefully
mirno {adv} :: calmly
mirno {adv} :: quietly, silently
mirnoća {f} :: quietness, calmness
Miro {prop} {m} :: given name
mirođija {f} :: dill
mirođija u svakoj čorbi {f} [idiomatic, Serbia] :: busybody
Miroljub {prop} {m} :: given name
miroljubiv {adj} :: peaceful, peaceable, pacific
miroljubivost {f} [uncountable] :: peaceableness, peacefulness
Miroslav {prop} {m} :: given name
mirotvorac {m} :: peacemaker, pacifier
mirotvorka {f} :: peacemaker, pacifist (female)
mirovati {vi impf} :: to be still, stay put
mirovati {vi impf} :: to rest, to become inactive
mirovina {f} [Croatian] :: pension (regular payment as retirement benefit)
mirovinski {adj} [Croatia] :: pension, pensionary
mirovni {adj} :: peace (of, pertaining to or contributing to)
mirta {f} :: myrtle (Myrtus gen. et spp.)
misal {m} :: missal
misao {f} :: thought
misaon {adj} :: mental, of or pertaining to thoughts
misija {f} :: mission
misiologija {f} :: missiology (area of practical theology)
misionar {m} :: missionary
Misir {prop} {m} [uncountable] :: Egypt
misirski {adj} :: Egyptian
Mislav {prop} {m} :: given name
mislilac {m} :: thinker
misliti {vi impf} :: to think
misliti {vi impf} :: to mean, to be intent on, plan
misloslovje {n} [Croatian, archaic] :: logic
misterij {m} :: mystery
misteriozan {adj} :: mysterious
misteriozno {adv} :: mysteriously
misticizam {m} :: mysticism
mističan {adj} :: mystical
mistično {adv} :: mystically
misto {n} [Chakavian, Ikavian] :: place (location, position)
miš {m} :: mouse
mišafl {m} [Kajkavian] :: dustpan
mišaflin {m} [Kajkavian] :: dustpan
mišar {m} :: buzzard
miščafl {m} [Kajkavian] :: dustpan
miščaflin {m} [Kajkavian] :: dustpan
mišica {f} :: mouse (female)
mišica {f} :: upper arm
mišić {m} :: muscle
mišićav {adj} :: muscular (having strong muscles)
mišićni {adj} :: muscular (of or relating to muscles)
mišji {adj} :: mouse's, of a mouse
mišljenje {n} :: opinion
mišolovka {f} :: mousetrap
mišung {m} [regional] :: mixture
mit {m} :: myth
miti {vtr impf} :: to wash (hands and face, with water)
miting {m} :: mass meeting (political, sports and similar purpose-specific)
mito {n} :: bribe
mitolog {m} :: mythologist
mitologija {f} :: mythology
mitološki {adj} :: mythological
mitološki {adv} :: mythologically
mitos {m} :: mythos
mitraljez {m} :: heavy machine-gun
mitski {adj} :: mythical
mizantrop {m} :: misanthrope
mizantropija {f} :: misanthropy
Mjanma {prop} {f} :: Myanmar
mjed {f} :: brass
mjed {f} [regional] :: copper
mjeden {adj} :: brazen
mjehur {m} :: bubble
mjehur {m} [anatomy] :: bladder
mjehur {m} :: blister
mjehurast {adj} :: bubble-like
mjehurić {m} :: a small bubble; vesicle
mjenica {f} [banking] :: bill of exchange
mjenica {f} [banking, business] :: negotiable instrument, note, commercial paper
mjenjač {m} :: money changer
mjenjač {m} :: gear shift, gear lever
mjenjač {m} :: shift key (typewriter)
mjenjačnica {f} :: bureau de change, currency exchange, money exchange
-mjer {suffix} :: Suffix appended to words to create a masculine noun, usually to denote a measurement
mjera {f} :: measure
mjera {f} :: dimension, size
mjera {f} :: rate
mjera {f} :: degree
mjera {f} :: extent
mjera {f} :: unit
mjerač {m} :: measurer, surveyor
mjerač {m} :: measuring device
mjerilac {m} :: measurer, surveyor
mjerilo {n} :: measure
mjerilo {n} :: criterion
mjeriti {vt impf} :: to measure
mjerljiv {adj} :: measurable
mjesec {m} :: moon
mjesec {m} :: month
Mjesec {prop} {m} :: Moon
mjesecima {adv} :: for months and months
mjesečar {m} :: somnambulist, sleepwalker
mjesečarka {f} :: somnambulist, sleepwalker (female)
mjesečarstvo {n} :: somnambulism
mjesečina {f} :: moonlight
mjesečni {adj} :: monthly
mjesečnica {f} :: menstruation
mjesečnica {f} :: secured monthly wage
mjesečno {adv} :: monthly, on a monthly basis
mjesni {adj} :: local
mjesno {adv} :: locally
mjestance {n} :: small town; village
mjestašce {n} :: small town; village
mjestimice {adv} :: here and there, in places
mjestimičan {adj} :: sporadic, scattered, occurring
mjestimično {adv} :: sporadically, in some places
mjesto {n} :: place [location, position]
mjesto {n} :: space
mjesto {n} :: a settlement [usually between a village and a town in size]
mjesto {prep} [Croatia] :: instead of
mjestopis {m} [Croatia] :: a written record or chronicle of a place; topography
mjestovina {f} :: fee (a stallholder must pay to run a stall at a farmers market)
mješanac {m} :: mixed-blood, half-breed (of a person or animal)
mješanija {f} :: mixture
mješavina {f} :: mixture
mješina {f} :: goatskin, wineskin
mješina {f} [pejorative] :: paunch, belly
mješovit {adj} :: mixed, heterogeneous
mještanin {m} :: townsman, local
mještanka {f} :: townswoman
mjuzikl {m} :: musical
mlad {adj} :: young
mlada {f} :: bride
mladac {m} :: a young man
Mladen {prop} {m} :: given name
mladenac {m} [Croatian] :: bridegroom
mladenac {m} [Croatian, in the plural] :: bride and bridegroom; newlyweds
mladež {m} [uncountable] :: youth (young people)
mladež {m} :: mole (on skin)
mladež {m} :: birthmark
mladež {m} :: naevus
mladić {m} :: young man, lad
Mladimir {prop} {m} :: given name
Mladomir {prop} {m} :: given name
mladost {f} :: youth (quality or state of being young; young people)
mladoženja {m} :: groom (man about to be married)
mladoženja {m} :: bridegroom
mladunče {n} :: animal young
mlak {adj} :: tepid, lukewarm
mlak {adj} :: irresolute, weak-willed
mlako {adv} :: tepidly, lukewarmly
mlako {adv} :: irresolutely
mlat {m} :: thresher
mlat {m} :: mallet, hammer
mlatilica {f} :: thresher
mlatilo {n} :: flail
mlatilo {n} :: thresher
mlatiti {vit impf} :: to thrash, beat, flail
mlaz {m} :: spurt, gush, jet (of liquid)
mlažnjak {m} :: jet plane
Mleci {prop} {m} [archaic] :: Venetians; inhabitants of Republic of Venice
mleč {f} :: milt (fish semen)
mleč {f} :: beebread
Mlečanin {prop} {m} :: a person from the Republic of Venice
mlečika {f} :: spurge
mlečni {adj} :: milk-, dairy made of or containing milk
mlečni {adj} :: lacteal, lactic
mlečnjak {m} :: milk tooth
mlekar {m} :: milkman
mlekara {f} :: dairy (shop)
mlekarski {adj} :: of or pertaining to a milkman or the activity of producing milk
mleko {n} [uncountable] :: milk
mletački {adj} :: of or pertaining to the Republic of Venice
mleti {vi impf} :: to grind, mill
mleti {vi impf} [figuratively] :: to talk nonsense; to blather
mlezivo {n} :: colostrum
mlieko {n} :: obsolete spelling of mlijeko
mliječ {f} :: milt (fish semen)
mliječ {f} :: beebread
mliječni {adj} :: milk-, dairy made of or containing milk
mliječni {adj} :: lacteal, lactic
mliječnjak {m} :: milk tooth
mlijeko {n} [uncountable] :: milk
mliko {n} [Chakavian, Ikavian] :: milk
mlin {m} :: mill
mlin {m} :: grinder
mlinar {m} :: miller
mlitav {adj} :: languid, slack, inert, sluggish
mlitavac {m} :: lukewarm, slack, sluggish, slack or irresolute person
mlitavost {f} [uncountable] :: inertness, sluggishness, feebleness, slackness
mlohav {adj} :: loose, limp, flagging, slick, languishing
mlječika {f} :: spurge
mljekar {m} :: milkman
mljekara {f} :: dairy (shop)
mljekarski {adj} :: of or pertaining to a milkman or the activity of producing milk
mljeti {vi impf} :: to grind, mill
mljeti {vi impf} [figuratively] :: to ramble, blather, blabber (usually in a long-winded and incomprehensible way)
mljezivo {n} :: colostrum
mnenje {n} [usually, uncountable] :: the result of the process of thinking: attitude, judgment, conclusion, etc
mnijenje {n} [usually, uncountable] :: the result of the process of thinking: attitude, judgment, conclusion, etc
mnijeti {v impf} [archic or poetic] :: to think
mniti {vi impf} [archaic, expressively] :: to opine, think
mnogi {adj} [in plural] :: many
mnogi {adj} [in singular] :: many a
mnogi {adj} :: much, long, longlasting (of action)
mnogi {adj} :: large, numerous
mnogo {adv} :: many, a lot, lots (a large number)
mnogo {adv} [by extension] :: much, too much (a large quantity or to a great extent)
mnogo {adv} [Serbian] :: very
mnogobrojan {adj} :: numerous, many
mnogoljudan {adj} :: densely populated
mnogomuštvo {n} :: polyandry
mnogostran {adj} :: many-sided, multilateral
mnogostruk {adj} :: manifold
mnogostrukost {f} :: multiplicity
mnogostrukost {f} [mathematics] :: manifold
mnogovrstan {adj} :: varied, of many kinds/sorts/qualities
mnogoženstvo {n} :: polygyny
mnoštvo {n} :: multitude, crowd
mnoštvo {n} :: a great number of, a great deal of
mnoštvo {n} :: profusion, exuberance
mnoštvo {n} [colloquial] :: lots of
množ {f} :: multitude
množilac {m} :: multiplier
množina {f} :: a large amount
množina {f} [grammar] :: plural
množitelj {m} :: multiplier
množiti {vt impf} :: to multiply (numbers)
množiti {vtr impf} :: to increase, multiply
množiv {adj} :: multipliable
mobilan {adj} :: mobile, movable
mobilizacija {f} :: mobilization
mobilnost {f} :: mobility
mobitel {m} :: cell phone
močiti {vt impf} :: to soak, steep
močvara {f} :: swamp
močvara {f} :: marsh
močvaran {adj} :: swampy
moć {f} :: power
moć {f} :: ability, faculty
moć {f} :: potency, might
moć {f} :: influence, authority
moćan {adj} :: powerful, mighty, strong
moćan {adj} :: influential (in politics, media etc.)
moći {vi impf pf} :: can, to be able to
moći {vi impf pf} :: may, might
moćnik {m} :: a powerful and influential person
moćno {adv} :: powerfully
moda {f} [uncountable] :: fashion
moda {f} [uncountable] :: trend
modalitet {m} :: modality, mode
modalni glagol {m} :: modal verb
modar {adj} :: blue
modar {adj} :: dark blue
modar {adj} :: bruised
model {m} :: model
modelirati {vt impf pf} :: to model, fashion
modem {m} :: modem
moderan {adj} :: modern
moderan {adj} :: contemporary
moderator {m} :: moderator
modernizacija {f} :: modernization
modernizam {m} :: modernism
modifikacija {f} :: modification
modni {adj} :: fashion (of or pertaining to)
modrica {f} :: bruise (medicine)
modrina {f} [uncountable] :: blueness (especially of sky or sea)
mogranj {m} :: pomegranate
moguć {adj} :: possible
moguć {adj} [Chakavian] :: strong, mighty, powerful
moguće {adv} :: possibly
moguće {adv} :: perhaps
mogućnost {f} :: possibility, potentiality (a thing that is possible or could happen or be chosen)
mogućnost {f} :: opportunity, chance (opportune time to do something)
mogućnost {f} :: ability, capability, potentiality
mohar {m} :: alternative form of muhar
Mohikanac {prop} {m} :: Mohican (indigenous North American)
moj {pron} :: my, mine
moj {pron} [as an intensifier] :: my
moj {pron} [colloquial] :: my husband/wife
Mojmir {prop} {m} :: given name
Mojsije {prop} {m} :: Moses
mokar {adj} :: wet
mokraća {f} :: urine
mokriti {v impf} [formal, medicine] :: to urinate
mol {m} :: dock, pier (for ships)
molba {f} :: request, plea (written or verbal)
molba {f} [Croatia, formal] :: application (a formal written request)
Moldavija {prop} {f} :: Moldova
molekula {f} [chemistry] :: molecule
moler {m} :: painter (laborer)
molibden {m} :: molybdenum (chemical element)
moliti {vt impf} :: to ask, request, plead
moliti {vr impf} :: to pray
molitva {f} :: prayer
moljac {m} [strictly] :: fungus moth, tineid; a moth of family Tineidae
moljac {m} [loosely] :: moth in general
momak {m} :: a young man, lad
momak {m} :: boyfriend
momčad {f} :: team, crew (collective for mòmče)
momče {n} :: young man
momenat {m} :: moment (brief amount of time)
momoići {v pf} :: to pass by
monah {m} :: monk, monastic (especially Orthodox)
Monako {prop} {m} :: Monaco (country and capital city of that country)
monarh {m} :: monarch, sovereign
monarh {m} :: monarch (butterfly)
monarhija {f} :: monarchy
monetarizam {m} :: monetarism
monetarni {adj} :: monetary
Mongol {prop} {m} :: Mongolian (person)
Mongolija {prop} {f} :: Mongolia
Mongolka {prop} {f} :: Mongolian (female person)
mongolski {adj} :: Mongolian
mongolski {adj} [in masculine, substantive] :: the Mongolian language
mongolski {adv} :: in a Mongolian manner, as a Mongolian
monitor {m} :: monitor (computing, etc.)
monizam {m} :: monism
monoftongizacija {f} [phonology] :: monophthongization
monogamija {f} :: monogamy
monografija {f} :: monograph
monoid {m} :: monoid
monolit {m} :: monolith
monolitan {adj} :: monolithic
monolog {m} :: monologue
monom {m} [mathematics] :: monomial
monopol {m} [economics] :: monopoly
monoteist {noun} :: monotheist
monoteizam {m} :: monotheism
monoton {adj} :: monotonous
monotona funkcija {f} :: monotone function
monotonija {f} :: monotony
monotono {adv} :: monotonously
monstrum {m} :: monster
monstruozan {adj} :: monstrous
monsun {m} :: monsoon
montanizam {m} :: Montanism
mora {f} :: nightmare
mora {f} [phonology, poetics] :: mora
mora {f} :: morra (ancient game)
morač {m} :: alternative form of koròmāč
moral {m} [uncountable] :: moral
moralan {adj} :: moral
moralizam {m} :: moralism
moralno {adv} :: morally
morati {v impf} :: to have to; must
morbili {mp} [disease, plurale tantum] :: measles
morda {adv} [Kajkavian] :: perhaps
morda {adv} [Kajkavian] :: maybe
more {n} :: sea
more {n} [by extension, preceded by preposition na] :: seaside or shore (any area or place near the sea where the sea is seen as the defining feature)
more {n} [figurative] :: a vast expanse or quantity of something, usually detrimental or unwelcome
more {interj} [Croatia, Kajkavian, colloquial] :: alternative form of može
more {interj} [Serbia] :: when spoken sharply, asserts that the speaker is stronger or older or more powerful than the addressee, sometimes expressing contempt or superiority
more {interj} [Serbia] :: when not spoken sharply, functions as a term of endearment or generic intensifier, cf. bre
moreplovac {m} :: seaman, seafarer
Morfej {prop} {m} [Greek god] :: Morpheus (Greek god of dreams)
morfem {m} :: morpheme
morfema {f} :: morpheme
morfizam {m} :: morphism
morfologija {f} :: morphology
morje {n} :: obsolete form of more
mormon {m} :: Mormon (adherent of Mormonism)
mormonizam {m} :: Mormonism
mornar {m} :: sailor
mornarica {f} :: navy (sea force)
mornarka {f} :: seaman
morska zvezda {f} :: a seastar; a starfish
morska zvijezda {f} :: a seastar; a starfish
morski {adj} :: of or pertaining to the sea; marine
morski jež {m} :: sea urchin
morski pas {m} :: shark
morski šipak {m} :: pomegranate
mort {m} [regional] :: mortar (masonry)
mortalitet {m} :: mortality
morti {adv} [Kajkavian] :: perhaps, maybe
moruna {f} :: beluga (fish, Huso huso)
morž {m} :: walrus
moskovski {adj} :: of or pertaining to Moscow or its citizens
Moskva {prop} {f} :: Moskva (capital)
most {m} :: bridge (construction or natural feature that spans a divide)
Mostar {prop} {m} :: Mostar (city)
mostarina {f} :: bridge toll
Mostra {f} :: Mostra
Mošćenička Draga {prop} :: Mošćenička Draga (municipality)
mošeja {f} :: mosque
mošnice {f} [plurale tantum] :: scrotum
mošnja {f} :: pouch
mošnja {f} :: scrotum
mošnja {f} [Croatia, Chakavian, Kajkavian] :: pocket
mošnja {f} [Croatia, Chakavian, Kajkavian] :: beg
mošt {m} [uncountable] :: must (fruit juice that will ferment or has fermented, usually grapes)
motar {m} :: sea fennel, rock samphire (Crithmum maritimum)
motati {vt impf} :: to wind up, roll up
motati {vt impf} :: to wrap
motati {vr impf} :: to whirl, spin
motel {m} :: motel
motika {f} :: hoe (gardening tool)
motiv {f} :: motive [incentive to act]
motiv {f} :: motif
motivacija {f} :: motivation
motivirati {vtr impf pf} [Croatian] :: to motivate
motka {f} :: pole (long and slender piece of wood)
motocikl {m} :: motorcycle
motor {m} :: engine, motor
motor {m} [colloquial] :: motorcycle
motorcikl {noun} :: motorcycle
motrište {n} :: viewpoint, standpoint
motriti {vt impf} :: to observe, watch
mozaik {m} :: mosaic
mozak {m} :: brain (organ)
Mozambik {prop} {m} :: Mozambique
možda {adv} :: perhaps, maybe
može {interj} [exclamation] :: Used to affirm or indicate agreement, consent, favour or support; all right, alright, OK, agreed
mračan {adj} :: dark, gloomy
mračiti {vtr impf} :: to darken
mračno {adv} :: darkly, gloomily
mrak {m} :: dark, darkness
mrak {m} [slang] :: the bomb, the shit (something of excellent quality)
mramor {m} :: marble (stone)
mrav {m} :: ant
mravojed {noun} [zoology] :: anteater
mraz {m} :: frost
mraz {m} :: chill
mreti {vi impf} :: to die (by natural or violent death)
mreža {f} :: hammock
mreža {f} :: net
mreža {f} :: network
mreža {f} :: grid
mreža {f} :: screen
mrijestilište {n} :: hatchery
mrijeti {vi impf} :: to die (by natural or violent death)
mrk {adj} :: brown, dark, umber (color)
mrk {adj} :: grim, gloomy (of a person)
mrki medved {m} :: brown bear (Ursus arctos)
mrki medvjed {m} :: brown bear (Ursus arctos)
Mrkopalj {prop} :: Mrkopalj (municipality)
mrkov {m} :: a black horse
mrkva {f} [Croatia, Bosnia] :: carrot
mrlja {f} :: spot, smear, blot
mrlja {f} :: blemish, flaw
mrmljati {vi impf} :: to mumble, mutter
mrs {m} :: food containing meat and animal fat
mrs {m} :: fast-free/non-fast days
mršav {adj} :: thin, lean
mršav {adj} [figuratively] :: bad, poor (of content/output/volume etc.)
mrtav {adj} :: dead, deceased
mrtav {adj} [figuratively] :: lifeless, lethargic
mrtav ladan {adj} [colloquial] :: without a pause, deadpan, impassioned
mrtvac {m} :: a dead person; corpse
mrtvačnica {f} :: morgue, mortuary
mrtvež {f} :: lethargy, coma
mrtvorođenče {n} :: stillborn child
mrva {f} :: crumb
mrva {f} [figuratively] :: bit
mrvica {f} :: a small crumb
mrvica {f} [figuratively] :: a small bit
mrviti {vtr impf} :: to crumble, pestle
mrvljenac {noun} :: Fruit desert with crumble paste which is serving in the bowls in which is baked
mrzak {adj} :: odious, hateful
mrzeti {vitr impf} :: to hate
mrziti {vitr impf} :: to hate
mrzovoljan {adj} :: bad-tempered, cross
mržnja {f} :: hatred
mucanje {n} [psychology] :: stutter, stammer (speech disorder)
mucanje {n} [psychology] :: stuttering, stammering (instance)
mucati {vi impf} :: to stutter
mučan {adj} :: laborious, heavy, troublesome
mučan {adj} :: painful, tedious (suffered in anguish)
mučati {vi impf} [regionally] :: to be silent
mučen {adj} :: tortured, tormented
mučen {adj} :: worried
mučenica {f} :: martyr
mučenički {adj} :: martyrial
mučenik {m} :: martyr
mučeništvo {n} :: martyrdom
mučitelj {m} :: torturer, tormentor
mučiteljica {f} :: torturer, tormentress
mučiti {vt impf} :: to torture, torment
mučiti {vt impf} :: to worry, vex
mučiti {vt impf} :: to pester, bother, trouble
mučiti {vr impf} :: to toil, struggle, take pains, exert oneself
mučno {adv} :: painfully, arduously, with difficulty
Muć {prop} :: Muć (municipality)
mućkati {v impf} :: to shake, iterative of mútiti
mućkati {v impf} :: to flush, to wash through or apply the liquid by causing it to shake
mudar {adj} :: wise
mudo {n} [anatomy, formal] :: testicle
mudo {n} [vulgar, usually, in plural] :: balls, nuts (bravery or courage)
mudo {n} :: idiomatic and figurative meanings
mudonja {m} :: one who has large testicles
mudra {f} :: mudra
mudrac {m} :: a wise, enlightened man
mudroslovje {n} [archaic, Croatia] :: philosophy
mudroslovlje {n} [archaic, Croatia] :: philosophy
mudrost {f} :: wisdom
mudžahedin {m} :: mujahid
muftija {m} [Islam] :: mufti
muha {f} [Croatia, Bosnia] :: fly (insect)
Muhamed {prop} {m} :: Muhammad
muhar {m} :: foxtail millet (Setaria italica)
muharem {m} :: Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar
muhendis {m} [regional] :: engineer
mujezin {m} [Islam] :: muezzin
muk {m} :: silence (after a conversation or a period of noise)
muka {f} :: pain
muka {f} :: torment
muka {f} :: nausea
muka {f} :: trouble
muka {f} [regional] :: flour
mukao {adj} :: dull, hollow, muffled (of a sound)
mukati {vi impf} :: to moo, low (of a cow or bull)
muklo {adv} :: dully, hollowly, muffledly (of a sound)
muklost {f} [uncountable] :: dullness, hollowness, muffledness (of a sound)
muknuti {vi pf} :: to moo, low (of a cow or bull)
mukom {adv} :: silently
mukotrpan {adj} :: enduring, suffering
mukotrpan {adj} :: painstaking
mukotrpnik {m} :: A person leading a jaded life full of worries
mukotrpno {adv} :: painstakingly
mukotrpnost {f} [uncountable] :: hardness, toilsomeness
muktaš {m} [regional, pejorative] :: sponger, moocher
mukte {adv} [regional] :: for free, gratis
mula {f} :: mule (offspring of male donkey and female horse)
mulac {m} [regional] :: hoodlum, delinquent or rude kid
mulac {m} [regional] :: dimwit, dolt
mulac {m} [regional, pejoratively] :: bastard (person who was born out of wedlock)
mulo {m} [regional] :: bastard (person who was born out of wedlock)
multilateralan {adj} :: multilateral
multilateralizam {m} :: multilateralism
multipleksor {m} [computing] :: multiplexor
multiplikator {m} :: multiplier
mulj {m} :: silt
mulj {m} :: mud
muljator {m} :: swindler, impostor, phony
muljav {adj} :: silty
muljevit {adj} :: silty
Mumbaj {prop} {m} :: Bombay (city)
mumija {f} :: mummy (embalmed corpse)
mumljati {vit impf} :: to fumble, mutter
mumljati {vi impf} :: to growl
munara {f} :: minaret
Muncimir {prop} {m} :: given name
municija {f} :: ammunition
munja {f} :: lightning
munjevit {adj} :: lightning-quick, fulminant
munjina {f} [uncountable, obsolete] :: electricity
munjina {f} :: augmentative of munja
munjovod {m} [obsolete] :: lightning rod
munjovoz {m} [Croatian, neologism] :: tramway
murija {f} [slang] :: the cops (the police)
murija {f} [slang] :: a cop
murina {f} :: moray (eels of the family Muraenidae)
Murter {prop} :: Murter (municipality)
murva {f} :: mulberry
muskulozan {adj} :: muscular (having strong muscles)
musliman {m} :: a male follower of Islam; a Muslim
muslimanka {f} :: a female follower of Islam; a Muslim
muslimanski {adj} :: Muslim
musti {vit impf} :: to milk
mustra {f} :: pattern or sample of a fabric or cloth
mušema {f} :: watertight covering, especially a tablecloth which does not need to laundered
mušica {f} :: (diminutive) fly; gnat
mušica {f} :: whim, caprice
mušičav {adj} :: capricious
mušičavost {f} :: capriciousness, whimsicalness
muškarac {m} :: male, man
muškatl {m} :: pelargonium (flower of the genus Pelargonium)
muškatla {f} :: pelargonium (flower of the genus Pelargonium)
mušketa {f} :: musket
mušketir {m} :: musketeer
muški {adj} :: manly, masculine
muški {adj} :: male
muški {adj} [in the plural, in masculine] :: men, males
muški {adv} :: like a man
muški čvor {m} :: reef knot, square knot
muškobanja {f} :: a sworn virgin
muškost {f} :: masculinity
muškost {f} :: manhood, penis
mušmula {f} :: medlar (tree)
mušterija {m} :: customer, buyer
muštra {f} :: alternative form of mustra
muštra {f} :: practice, practicing
muštrati {vt impf} :: to train, drill, muster
muštrati {vt impf} :: to pester, bother
mutacija {f} :: mutation
mutan {adj} :: unclear, vague, opaque
mutan {adj} :: blurred, blurry
mutan {adj} :: muddy, murky, cloudy
mutav {adj} :: tongue-tied
mutav {adj} [colloquial, ironically] :: silent
mutavac {m} :: mute (person who does not have the power of speech)
mutavac {m} :: a person who expresses themselves badly or incompletely
Mutimir {prop} {m} :: given name
mutiti {vt impf} :: to stir, disturb (to agitate liquid so as to make it untransparent)
mutiti {vt impf} [figuratively] :: to confuse, disturb, complicate
mutiti {vi impf} :: to hustle (to con in order to gain profit and similar)
mutiti {vi impf} [with dative] :: to woo
muva {f} [regional Bosnia, Montenegro, Serbia] :: fly (insect)
muza {f} :: muse
muzar {m} :: milker
muzara {f} :: milch cow
muzara {f} :: person as a source of profit
muzej {m} :: museum
muzejski {adj} :: of or pertaining to museum
muzejski {adv} :: as if in a museum
muzika {f} :: music
muzikalan {adj} :: musical
muzikologija {f} :: musicology
muzilja {f} :: milkmaid
muzlica {f} :: a vessel to milk a cow, goat or sheep into
muž {m} :: husband
muž {m} [regional] :: man (an adult human male)
muž {m} [regional, archaic] :: peasant, farmer, villager
mužača {f} [regional, pejorative] :: country woman
mužar {m} :: mortar
muževan {adj} :: masculine, manly, virile
muževno {adv} :: in a manly manner
muževnost {f} :: masculinity
mužikaš {m} [Kajkavian] :: musician
mužjak {m} :: male (of animals)
mužski {adj} :: obsolete spelling of muški
mysliti {v} :: obsolete spelling of misliti
myš {m} :: obsolete spelling of miš
n {letter} :: The 19th letter of the Serbo-Croatian Latin alphabet, preceded by m and followed by nj
na {prep} :: [+ accusative case] to, on, onto (with change of position, answering the question kùda)
na {prep} :: [+ locative case] on, at, in (without change of position, answering the question gdjȅ/gdȅ)
na {prep} :: [+ accusative case] on, by, for, at (in expressions with time)
na {prep} :: [+ accusative case] to indicate a source of power or energy
na {interj} :: Here you are! Take it!
na {interj} :: Help yourself!
nabaciti {vt pf} :: to throw onto something, put onto something
nabaciti {vt pf} :: to heap, pile
nabaciti {vt pf} [figuratively] :: to suggest, propose (idea, suggestion)
nabaciti {vt pf} [with dative] :: to pass, hand, direct something to somebody
nabacivati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nabaciti
nabacivati {vr impf} [colloquial, with dative] :: to hit on somebody (flirt)
nabadati {vtr impf} :: to pierce, prick
nabadati {vt impf} :: to guess, suppose, to take a stab at
nabasati {vi pf} :: to come across (find by accident)
nabasavati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nabasati
nabaviti {vt pf} :: to obtain, procure, acquire
nabavka {f} :: acquisition (process of acquiring)
nabavka {f} :: grocery shopping
nabavljač {m} :: purveyor, supplier
nabavljačica {f} :: purveyor, supplier (female)
nabavljati {vt impf} :: to obtain, procure, acquire
nabijač {m} :: rammer
nabijač {m} :: ramrod (device)
nabijačica {f} :: rammer (female)
nabijati {vt impf} :: to force down into, cram, stuff, pack compactly
nabijati {vt impf} :: to forcibly close, place in or on sth
nabijati {vt impf} :: to load, charge (weapon)
nabijati {vt impf} :: to kick (ball in sports)
nabildati {vtr pf} [colloquial] :: to become buff by body-building
nabirati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nabrati
nabiti {vt pf} :: to force down into, cram, stuff, pack compactly
nabiti {vt pf} :: to forcibly close, place in or on sth
nabiti {vt pf} :: to load, charge (weapon)
nabiti {vt pf} :: to kick (ball in sports)
naboj {m} :: cartridge (firearms)
naboj {m} :: charge (physics)
nabolje {adv} :: to the better
nabor {m} :: crease, wrinkle
nabosti {vtr pf} :: to pierce, prick
nabožan {adj} :: pious, religious
nabožno {adv} :: piously, religiously
nabožnost {f} [uncountable] :: piety
nabrajati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nabrojati
nabrati {vtr pf} :: to crease, wrinkle
nabrati {vtr pf} :: to pleat, fold
nabrati {vtr pf} :: to gather, collect
nabreknuti {vi pf} :: to swell up, puff up
nabrojati {vit pf} :: to count, number
nabrojati {vit pf} :: to enumerate, list
nabrojati {vit pf} [slang] :: to curse, swear
nabrojiti {v pf} :: alternative form of nabrojati
nabrusiti {vt pf} :: to sharpen, whet (blade of something)
nabrusiti {vr pf} :: to be in the mood for something (usually quarrel)
nabrusivati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nabrusiti
nabrzo {adv} :: hastily, quickly
nabrzo {adv} :: soon
nabubati {vt pf} :: to cram (study hard)
nabubriti {vi pf} :: to become swollen, to puff up, swell
nabuhnuti {vi pf} :: to swell, swell up, puff up
nabujati {vi pf} :: to rise, heave, swell (of river, sea, brook, bosom, vegetation)
nabujati {vi pf} :: to swell, swell up, puff up
nabujati {vi pf} :: to become exuberant, luxuriant (with life or content)
nabusit {adj} :: surly, gruff
nacija {f} :: nation
nacionalist {m} [Croatia] :: nationalist
nacionalistički {adj} :: nationalist, nationalistic
nacionalistički {adv} :: nationalistically
nacionalizam {m} :: nationalism
nacionalni {adj} :: national
nacionalnost {f} :: nationality (membership of a nation)
nacist {m} :: Nazi
nacizam {m} :: Nazism
nacrt {m} :: sketch
nacrtati {vt pf} :: to draw
načelnik {m} :: chief
načelo {n} :: principle
načeti {vi pf} [archaic, rare] :: to start, begin (doing something, usually speaking)
načeti {vt pf} :: to start using or consuming something
načeti {vt pf} [figuratively] :: to be the cause of something growing weak
način {m} :: way, method, approach, manner
načiniti {vt pf} :: to make, do, produce
načinski glagol {m} :: modal verb
načitan {adj} :: well-read
načuti {vt pf} :: to get wind of, overhear
naći {vt pf} :: to find, discover
naći {vr pf} :: to meet
naći {vr pf} :: to find oneself
naćve {fp} [plurale tantum] :: dough tray, kneading trough
nad- {prefix} :: super-, over- (above, or higher)
nad {prep} :: [+ instrumental case] over, above [with no change of position, answering the question gdjȅ/gdȅ]
nad {prep} :: [+ accusative case] over, above [usually with change of position, answering the question kùda]
nada {f} :: hope
Nada {prop} {f} :: given name
nadahnuti {vt pf} :: to inspire
nadahnjivati {vt impf} :: to inspire
nadalje {adv} :: furthermore
nadalje {adv} :: further
nadaren {adj} :: talented, gifted
nadati {vir impf} :: to hope
nadeđa {f} [archaic, poetic] :: hope
nadenuti {vt pf} :: to stuff (usually food)
nadenuti {v pf} [with ȉme, with dative] :: to name
nadesno {adv} :: to the right
nadev {m} :: stuffing (food)
nadevati {vt impf} :: to stuff (usually food)
nadevati {v impf} [with ȉme, with dative] :: to name
nadgledati {vt impf} :: to supervise, oversee
nadglednik {m} :: supervisor, inspector
nadijevati {vt impf} :: to stuff (usually food)
nadijevati {v impf} [with ȉme, with dative] :: to name
nadimak {m} :: nickname, sobriquet
nadimati {v impf} :: imperfective form of naduti
Nadislav {prop} {m} :: given name
naditi {v} :: to impose
naditi {v} :: to stick on
naditi {v} :: naditi ime
nadjačati {vt pf} :: to overcome, overpower
nadjačavati {vt impf} :: to overcome, overpower
nadjenuti {vt pf} :: to stuff (usually food)
nadjenuti {v pf} [with ȉme, with dative] :: to name
nadjev {m} :: stuffing (food)
nadlaktica {f} :: upper arm, brachium
nadletati {vt impf} :: to fly over
nadleteti {vt pf} :: to fly over
nadletjeti {vt pf} :: to fly over
nadležan {adj} :: responsible, in charge, competent
nadležnost {f} :: jurisdiction
nadležnost {f} :: competence
nadlijetati {vt impf} :: to fly over
nadliška {f} :: mandrake
nadljudski {adj} :: superhuman
nadljudski {adv} :: superhumanly
nadmašiti {vt pf} :: to surpass, exceed
nadmašivati {vt impf} :: to surpass, exceed
nadmoć {f} :: superiority, predominance
nadmoćan {adj} :: superior (higher in quality, better, stronger etc.)
nadmoćno {adv} :: superiorly
nadnarednik {m} [military, army, Croatian] :: staff sergeant
nadnarednik {m} [military, navy, Croatian] :: chief petty officer
nadnarednik {m} [obsolete, military, Serbian] :: sergeant-major
nadnica {f} :: day wage, day pay
nadničar {m} :: day laborer
nadničar {m} :: Journeyman
nadničarka {f} :: day laborer (female)
nadobudan {adj} [chiefly ironic] :: promising
nadobudan {adj} :: sophomoric
nadograditi {vt pf} :: to build onto, add onto (building, theory etc.)
nadograditi {vt pf} :: to upgrade (software)
nadograđivati {vt impf} :: to build onto, add onto (building, theory etc.)
nadograđivati {vt impf} :: to upgrade (software)
nadoknada {f} :: compensation (for damage)
nadoknaditi {vt pf} :: to compensate (make up for)
nadoknađivati {vt impf} :: to compensate (make up for)
nadole {adv} :: downward, down
nadolje {adv} :: downward, down
nadomestak {m} :: replacement, substitute, surrogate
nadomjestak {m} :: replacement, substitute, surrogate
nadopuna {f} :: addition
nadopuna {f} :: supplement
nadopuniti {vt pf} :: to supplement, complete
nadopunjavati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nadopuniti
nadovezati {vt pf} :: to tie on or attach another length of rope or string, to attach by tying
nadovezati {vr pf} :: to add (in speech or writing), say in addition
nadovezivati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nadovezati
nadrealizam {m} :: surrealism
nadriliječnik {m} :: quack (fraudulent healer)
nadrogiran {adj} [colloquial] :: high (slang: stoned)
naduti {vtr pf} :: to inflate (enlarge by breathing, filling with or pushing gas)
naduti {vr pf} [by extension] :: to expand, grow in size or volume
naduti {vr pf} :: to become conceited, priggish, vain etc
naduvenost {f} [uncountable] :: flatulence
naduvenost {f} [uncountable] :: inflation
naduvenost {f} [uncountable] :: arrogance
nadvijati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nadviti
nadvisiti {vt pf} :: to surpass, exceed
nadvisiti {vt pf} :: to be higher or taller than
nadvisivati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nadvisiti
nadviti {vr pf} :: to hang over, lean over, arch over something
nadvladati {vt pf} :: to overcome, overwhelm (opponent, enemy; also figuratively: of feelings etc.)
nadvladavati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nadvladati
nadvodni {adj} :: above water
nadvođe {n} [nautical] :: freeboard
nadvojvoda {m} :: archduke
nadvor {adv} :: outside, outdoors
nadvožnjak {m} :: overpass
nadzemaljski {adj} :: otherworldly, supernatural
nadzirati {vt impf} :: to oversee, supervise
nadzor {m} :: supervision, oversight
nadzornik {m} :: supervisor, controller, inspector
nadzvučni {adj} :: supersonic
nadživeti {vt pf} :: to outlive
nadživjeti {vt pf} :: to outlive
nadživljavati {vt impf} :: to outlive
nafilati {v pf} [regional] :: to stuff
nafilati {v pf} [regional] :: to fill
nafta {f} [uncountable] :: oil, petroleum, naphtha
naftovod {m} :: oil pipeline
nag {adj} :: naked
nagađati {vi impf} :: to guess, to speculate
nagao {adj} :: hasty
nagao {adj} :: fierce
nagao {adj} :: sudden
nagib {m} :: incline, inclination, slope, slant
nagib {m} :: gradient, acclivity
nagib {m} :: declivity
nagib {m} :: list
nagib {m} :: tilt
naginjati {vtr impf} :: to lean, bend
naginjati {vt impf} :: to incline
naginjati {vi impf} :: to be inclined, tend to, lean toward (be likely or liable to possess or do something; + dative)
naglas {adv} :: aloud
naglasak {m} :: accent, stress
naglasak {m} :: emphasis
naglasiti {vt pf} :: to accent (in speech or writing)
naglasiti {vt pf} :: to emphasize, stress
naglašavati {vt impf} :: to accent (in speech or writing)
naglašavati {vt impf} :: to emphasize, stress
naglavačke {adv} :: headlong, headfirst
naglavak {m} [rare, humorous] :: hat
naglavce {adv} :: headlong, headfirst
naglo {adv} :: suddenly
naglo {adv} :: hastily
naglo {adv} :: rashly
nagnuti {vtr pf} :: to lean, bend
nagnuti {vt pf} :: to incline
nagnuti {vi pf} :: to rush, start
nagodba {f} :: settlement, agreement, compromise
nagoditi {vr pf} :: to agree, to reach an agreement, to make a deal, to strike a deal
nagon {m} :: instinct
nagon {m} :: impulse (to do something)
nagore {adv} :: upward, up
nagore {adv} :: worse
nagovarati {vt impf} :: to persuade, talk into
nagovarati {vt impf} :: to convince
nagovest {f} :: indication
nagovest {f} :: announcement
nagovestiti {vt pf} :: to announce, hint, indicate
nagovestiti {vt pf} :: to portend, foreshadow, herald
nagovešćivati {vt impf} :: to announce
nagovešćivati {vt impf} :: to indicate
nagovešćivati {vt impf} :: to predict, prophesy
nagovešćivati {vt impf} :: to point to
nagoveštavati {vt impf} :: to announce
nagoveštavati {vt impf} :: to indicate
nagoveštavati {vt impf} :: to predict, prophesy
nagoveštavati {vt impf} :: to point to
nagovijest {f} :: indication
nagovijest {f} :: announcement
nagovijestiti {vt pf} :: to announce, hint, indicate
nagovijestiti {vt pf} :: to portend, foreshadow, herald
nagovješćivati {vt impf} :: to announce
nagovješćivati {vt impf} :: to indicate, to foreshadow, to herald
nagovještavati {vt impf} :: to announce
nagovještavati {vt impf} :: to indicate, to foreshadow, to herald
nagovor {m} :: persuasion, pressing (act of)
nagovoriti {vt pf} :: to persuade, talk into
nagovoriti {vt pf} :: to convince
nagrada {f} :: prize
nagrada {f} :: reward
nagraditi {vt pf} :: to reward
nagraditi {vt pf} :: to award
nagradni {adj} :: of or pertaining to a reward
nagradni {adj} :: as a reward
nagradni {adj} :: giving a reward; rewarding
nagrađivati {vt impf} :: to reward
nagrađivati {vt impf} :: to award
nagrditi {vtr pf} :: to deform, disfigure, uglify
nagrditi {vt pf} :: to scold, reprimand
nagrditi {vt pf} :: to slander, vilify
nagrđivati {vtr impf} :: to deform, disfigure, uglify
nagrđivati {vt impf} :: to scold, reprimand
nagrđivati {vt impf} :: to slander, vilify
nagristi {vt pf} :: to bite away, eat away a bit (from the surface or the end of something)
nagristi {vt pf} :: to corrode, eat away (by acid, insects, time, grief etc.)
nagrizati {vt impf} :: to bite away, eat away a bit (from the surface or the end of something)
nagrizati {vt impf} :: to corrode, eat away (by acid, insects, time, grief etc.)
nagrnuti {vi pf} :: to crowd, rush, throng, pour, swarm into/on to
nagrnuti {vi pf} :: to rush, press, surge forward
nagrnuti {vt pf} :: to pile up, roll up
nagrtati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nagrnuti
nagurati {vtr pf} :: to cram, stuff, jam, push
naguravati {vtr impf} :: to cram, stuff, jam, push
nahoče {n} :: foundling
nahod {m} :: foundling (male)
nahraniti {vtr pf} :: to feed, nourish
nahrupiti {vi pf} :: to dash, burst, rush, throng into, descend on
nahrupljivati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nahrupiti
nahuškati {vt pf} :: to incite, provoke, instigate
nahuškati {vt pf} :: to egg on, set on
nahvaliti {vt pf} :: to amply praise, heap praise on somebody
naići {vi pf} :: come across, meet, encounter, come along (+na (on))
naići {vi pf} :: to come, appear (of people)
nailaziti {vi impf} :: come across, meet, encounter, come along (+na (on))
nailaziti {vi impf} :: to come, appear (of people)
naime {adv} :: however, on the other hand (in order to remind or point out something unsaid or unknown, often sentence initially or separated with commas)
naime {adv} [formal, regional] :: actually, in fact, in point of fact, as a matter of fact
naime {adv} :: namely
naivac {m} :: naive person; naif
naivan {adj} :: naive
naivčina {m} :: naive person
naivnost {f} :: naivety, naiveness, naivete
naizgled {adv} :: in appearance, apparently, seemingly, on the face of it, by the look of it
naizmeničan {adj} :: alternating
naizmjeničan {adj} :: alternating
naj- {prefix} :: most, -est; used to form the superlative of adjectives and adverbs, by attaching it to the comparative form
naj {particle} [Kajkavian] :: may, let
najahati {vt pf} :: to mount (horse or some other animal)
najam {m} :: rent, lease (price and act of)
najamni {adj} :: hire-, lease-, rent- (of or pertaining to)
najamnik {m} :: mercenary
najamnik {m} :: hired worker
najamnina {f} :: rent
najava {f} :: announcement
najaviti {vt pf} :: to announce
najavljivač {m} :: announcer
najavljivati {v impf} :: imperfective form of najaviti
najednom {adv} :: suddenly, unexpectedly
najesti {vr pf} :: to sate, satiate (with food)
najezda {f} :: invasion, inroad
naježiti {vr pf} :: to cower, bristle up
najgvirc {m} :: allspice (Pimenta dioica)
najkvirc {m} :: alternative form of nàjgvirc
najlon {m} :: nylon [substance]
najmanje {adv} [superlative] :: least
najmanje {adv} :: at least
najprije {adv} :: firstly, at first
Najrobi {prop} {m} :: Nairobi, capital of Kenya
najti {vt pf} [Chakavian, Kajkavian] :: to find, discover
najti {vr pf} [Chakavian, Kajkavian] :: to meet
najti {vr pf} [Chakavian, Kajkavian] :: to find oneself
najuriti {vt pf} :: to chase away, boot out, throw out
najuriti {vt pf} [colloquial] :: to fire (from job)
najurivati {v impf} :: imperfective form of najuriti
najzad {adv} :: finally, in the end
najže {n} [Kajkavian] :: attic
nakalemiti {vt pf} :: to graft, engraft
nakalemiti {vt pf} :: to attach, add
nakan {noun} :: intent
nakana {f} :: intention, intent
nakaniti {vir pf} :: to intend, have in mind, decide
nakanjivati {vir impf} :: to intend, have in mind, decide
nakaza {f} :: freak, monster
nakazan {adj} :: misshapen, deformed, monstrous
nakaziti {vt pf} :: to disfigure, deform, misshape
nakit {m} [uncountable] :: jewelry
nakjuče {adv} :: On the day before the day before yesterday
nakjučer {adv} :: On the day before the day before yesterday
naklada {f} [Croatia] :: edition, publication
naklada {f} [Croatia] :: circulation, number of copies printed
naklada {f} [Croatia] :: publisher (company that publishes)
naklanjati {vt impf} :: to bend, bow (especially head)
naklanjati {vr impf} :: to bow
naklanjati {vr impf} :: to lean
naklon {m} :: bow, courtesy
nakloniti {vt pf} :: to bend, bow (especially head)
nakloniti {vr pf} :: to bow
nakloniti {vr pf} :: to lean
naklonost {noun} :: favor
naklonjen {adj} :: (with dative) inclined, disposed
naknada {f} :: compensation
naknaditi {vt pf} :: to compensate (make up for)
naknađivati {vt impf} :: to compensate (make up for)
nakon {prep} :: after, afterwards
nakositi {vi pf} :: to mow (certain quantity)
nakositi {vt pf} :: to slant
nakosivati {vt impf} :: to slant
nakosutra {adv} :: On the day after day after tomorrow
nakosutra {n} :: The day after day after tomorrow
nakot {m} :: brood
nakovanj {m} :: anvil
nakovanj {m} [anatomy] :: incus, anvil
nakratko {adv} :: briefly, in brief (of process length)
nakratko {adv} :: in a short time
nakratko {adv} :: so that it remains short (of an object)
nakrivo {adv} :: askew, awry
nakrivo {adv} :: obliquely, aslant
naksutra {adv} :: On the day after day after tomorrow
naksutra {n} :: The day after day after tomorrow
nakupiti {vt pf} :: to amass, accumulate
nakupiti {vr pf} :: to accumulate
nakupljati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nakupiti
nalaz {m} :: finding (especially medical)
nalaziti {vt impf} :: to find, discover
nalaziti {vr impf} :: to meet
nalaziti {vr impf} :: to find oneself
nalaziti {vr impf} :: to be located
nalaznik {m} :: finder
nalevo {adv} :: to the left
nalijevo {adv} :: to the left
nalik {adj} :: resembling
nalikovati {vi impf} [with dative] :: to look like, take after, resemble
nalog {m} :: instruction, direction, orders
nalog {m} [Bosnia, Serbia] :: account
nalomiti {vt pf} :: to break off (in quantity, as to gather)
nalomiti {vt pf} :: to break off (a small part of something)
naložiti {v pf} :: order, command; decree, dictate
naložiti {v pf} :: kindle/light/make a fire
naljutiti {vr pf} :: to be mad at, become angry (+ na (on) + accusative)
naljutiti {vt pf} :: to anger, infuriate
nama {pron} [emphatic, possessive, dative] :: alternative form of nam; our, of ours
namakati {vt impf} :: to moisten, soak, dip
namaknuti {vt pf} :: to put on, put around (place an object on top of or around something)
namaknuti {vt pf} [Croatian] :: to procure
namamiti {vt pf} :: to lure, entice
namamljivati {vt impf} :: to lure, entice
namaz {m} [Islam] :: salat
namaz {m} [by extension] :: prayer
namaz {m} :: coat (of paint)
namaz {m} :: spread (form of food designed to be spread onto a slice of bread etc.)
namazati {v pf} :: to grease, oil
namazati {v pf} :: to lubricate
namazati {v pf} :: to tar
namazati {v pf} :: to varnish
namazati {v pf} :: to colour, paint
namazati {v pf} :: to plaster
namazati {v pf} :: to rouge oneself
namazati {v pf} :: to spread butter
namazati {v pf} :: to wax
namazati {v pf} :: to blot, smear
nameniti {vt pf} :: to intend
namenjivati {vt impf} :: to intend
namera {f} :: intent, intention
nameran {adj} :: intentional, deliberate, intended, wilful
nameravati {vi impf} :: to intend, plan
namerno {adv} :: intentionally, deliberately
namestiti {v pf} :: to put something
namestiti {v pf} :: to set up something
namestiti {v pf} :: to place, plant
namestiti {v pf} :: to employ, hire for a certain position
nameštaj {m} [uncountable] :: furniture
namet {m} :: tax, levy, excise
nametati {vt impf} [with dative] :: to force upon, obtrude
nametati {vt impf} [with dative] :: to levy
nametati {vr impf} :: to impose oneself
nametati {vr impf} :: to gain influence
nametljiv {adj} :: meddlesome, intrusive
nametnik {m} :: parasite
nametnuti {vt pf} [with dative] :: to force upon, obtrude
nametnuti {vt pf} [with dative] :: to levy
nametnuti {vr pf} :: to impose oneself
nametnuti {vr pf} :: to gain influence
Namibija {prop} {f} :: Namibia
namicati {vt impf} :: to put on, put around (place an object on top of or around something)
namicati {vt impf} [Croatian] :: to procure
namigivati {v impf} :: to wink at
namijeniti {vt pf} :: to intend
namiriti {vt pf} :: to pay, settle, square accounts
namiriti {vt pf} :: to take care of, to feed
namiriti {vr pf} :: to satisfy one's needs
namiriti {vr pf} :: to collect debts
namirnica {f} :: foodstuff, grocery
namjenjivati {vt impf} :: to intend
namjera {f} :: intent, intention
namjeran {adj} :: intentional, deliberate, intended, wilful
namjeravati {vi impf} :: to intend, plan
namjerno {adv} :: intentionally, deliberately
namjestiti {v pf} :: to put something (in a certain place)
namjestiti {v pf} :: to set up something
namjestiti {v pf} :: to place, plant
namjestiti {v pf} :: to employ, hire (a person to a certain position)
namjestiti {v pf} :: to rig, fix (manipulate or prearrange the outcome of something)
namještaj {m} [uncountable] :: furniture
namleti {vi pf} [with genitive] :: to grind, mill (desired quantity of something)
namleti {vi pf} [colloquial] :: to blather (talk a lot)
namljeti {vi pf} [with genitive] :: to grind, mill (desired quantity of something)
namljeti {vi pf} [colloquial] :: to blather (talk a lot)
namnažati {vtr impf} :: to breed, multiply, increase (of animal or insect population)
namnožavati {vtr impf} :: to breed, multiply, increase (of animal or insect population)
namnožiti {vtr pf} :: to breed, multiply, increase (of animal or insect population)
namočiti {vt pf} :: to moisten, soak, dip
nana {f} :: mother
nana {f} :: grandmother
nana {f} :: mint
nanervirati {vtr pf} :: to get on somebody's nerves
Nanislav {prop} {m} :: given name
nanišaniti {vi pf} :: to aim (+ na (at))
nanogavka {f} [Croatia] :: sock (covering of the foot)
nanoge {adv} [colloquial] :: on foot
nanovo {adv} :: anew, afresh, over again
naoblačiti {vr pf} :: to overcast, grow overcast
naoblačivati {vr impf} :: to overcast, grow overcast
naobrazba {f} :: (Croatian) education
naočale {fp} [plurale tantum, Croatian] :: glasses
naočare {fp} [plurale tantum, Bosnian, Serbian] :: glasses
naočit {adj} :: handsome
naokolo {adv} :: all around
naopačke {adv} :: upside down
naopačke {adv} :: inside out
naopačke {adv} :: inversely, reversed
naopako {adv} :: upside down
naopako {adv} :: inside out
naopako {adv} :: inversely, reversed
naoružanje {n} [uncountable] :: arms, armaments (of an individual, state or an army)
naoružati {vtr pf} :: to arm
naoružavati {vtr impf} :: to arm
naoštriti {vt pf} :: to sharpen, hone
naoštriti {vr pf} :: to prepare for a fight or quarrel; get angry
napad {m} :: attack, assault, aggression
napadač {m} :: attacker
napadačica {f} :: attacker
napadaj {m} :: seizure, attack, onset (of a disease or a medical condition)
napadan {adj} :: conspicuous
napadan {adj} :: striking, prominent
napadan {adj} :: showy
napadan {adj} :: garish
napadati {vt impf} :: to attack
napadno {adv} :: conspicuously
napadno {adv} :: strikingly, prominently
napadno {adv} :: showily
napadno {adv} :: garishly
napadnost {f} :: conspicuousness
napadnost {f} :: showiness
napadnost {f} :: garishness
napak {adj} [Kajkavian] :: wrong
napak {adv} [Kajkavian] :: wrongly, incorrectly, in a wrong way
napalm {m} :: napalm
napamet {adv} :: by heart
napamet {adv} :: from memory
napamet {adv} :: randomly, wildly
napast {f} :: temptation
napast {f} :: pest (annoying creature or person)
napasti {vt pf} :: to attack, assault
napastovati {v} :: to allure, to tempt
napatiti {vt pf} :: to make (one) suffer, cause (one) suffering
napatiti {vr pf} :: to suffer much, have (had) one's share of suffering
napeći {vit pf} :: to finish baking/roasting/frying/grilling/broiling
napeći {vit pf} :: to bake enough (of something)
napet {adj} :: tight, taut
napet {adj} :: tense
napeti {vtr pf} :: to tighten, tense, strain
napeto {adv} :: tensely, tautly, tightly
napijati {v impf} :: imperfective form of napiti
napinjati {vtr impf} :: to tighten, tense, strain
napisati {vt pf} :: to write
napitak {m} :: drink
napitak {m} :: potion
napiti {vt pf} :: to quench, slake (one's thirst)
napiti {vtr pf} :: to make drunk, get drunk, intoxicate
naplata {f} :: payment, collection (of debt)
naplata {f} :: charging for (bill)
naplata {f} :: compensation (service, goods)
napojnica {f} :: tip, baksheesh, gratuity
napokon {adv} :: finally, at last
napola {adv} :: partially, partly
napola {adv} :: into/by halves
napolje {adv} [chiefly Bosnia, Serbia] :: outside
napolju {adv} :: outdoors, outside (answering the question gdjȅ/gdȅ (where))
napomena {f} :: remark, observation
napomenuti {vi pf} :: to mention, remark (as a reminder, explanation, correction etc.)
napominjati {vi impf} :: to mention, remark (as a reminder, explanation, correction etc.)
napon {m} :: tension
napon {m} :: voltage
napor {m} :: effort (the amount of work involved in achieving something)
naporan {adj} :: strenuous, tiring, hard
naporan {adj} :: annoying, tiresome, vexing
naporno {adv} :: strenuously, arduously, laboriously, hard
naposletku {adv} :: finally
naposljetku {adv} :: finally
naprava {f} :: device, gadget, appliance, apparatus
napraviti {vt pf} :: to do, commit
napraviti {vt pf} :: to make, create, produce
napred {adv} [Ekavian] :: forward, forwards
napredak {m} :: progress
napredak {m} :: growth, development
napredan {adj} :: advanced, progressive
napredan {adj} [figuratively] :: thriving, prosperous
napredovanje {n} :: advancement, progress
napredovanje {n} :: promotion [of a job or a service]
napredovati {vi impf pf} :: to make progress, progress, advance
napredovati {vi impf pf} :: grow, develop
napredovati {vi impf pf} :: to be promoted
naprem {prep} [Serbia] :: alternative form of prema in all senses except first
naprema {prep} :: = prȅma, all senses but first
napričati {vt pf} :: to tell doubtful stories
napričati {vr pf} :: to have a good talk
naprijed {adv} :: forward, forwards
na primer {adv} :: for example
na primjer {adv} :: for example
naprosto {adv} :: simply, straightforwardly
naprosto {adv} :: absolutely, totally, entirely, completely
naprotiv {adv} :: on the contrary
naprtiti {vr} :: to shoulder a burden
naprtiti {vr} :: to saddle oneself with
naprtnjača {f} :: knapsack
napučiti {vt pf} [Croatian] :: to populate
napučivati {vt impf} [Croatian] :: to populate
napudrati {v} :: to powder
napuhati {v} :: to blow
napuhati {v} :: to deposit a drift by blowing
napuhati {v} :: to inflate
napuhati {v} :: to overblow
Napulj {prop} {m} :: Napulj (city)
napumpati {v pf} :: to pump up
napuniti {vt pf} :: to fill
napuniti {vt pf} :: to load (gun, reservoir etc.)
napuniti {vt pf} [cooking] :: to stuff
napuniti {vr pf} :: to become full
napustiti {vt pf} :: to leave (someone or something one has a relationship with)
napustiti {vt pf} :: to abandon, desert
napušen {adj} [slang] :: high (stoned)
napušiti {vr pf} [slang] :: to get high
napuštati {v impf} :: imperfective form of napustiti
naputak {noun} :: instruction
nar {m} :: pomegranate
naracija {f} :: narration
narađati {v pf} :: imperfective form of naroditi
narađati {vt pf} :: to give birth to
naranča {f} :: orange (fruit and tree)
narančast {adj} :: orange (in color)
narandža {f} :: alternative form of nàrānča
narandžast {adj} :: orange (in color)
narasti {v pf} :: perfective form of rasti
naraštaj {m} :: generation
narativan {adj} :: narrative
narav {f} :: nature, character (moral or ethical traits)
naravno {adv} :: of course
naravno {adv} :: naturally
narcis {m} :: daffodil
narcis {m} :: narcissus
narcis {m} [colloquial] :: narcissist
narcisizam {m} :: narcissism
narcizam {m} :: narcissism
nard {m} :: nard (plant or oil)
narečje {n} :: dialect
naredba {f} :: order, command
naredba {f} [computing] :: command
narediti {v pf} :: to order
narediti {v pf} [Kajkavian, Chakavian] :: to do, make
naredni {adj} :: following, next
narednica {f} [military, army, Bosnian, Croatian] :: sergeant
narednica {f} [military, navy, Croatian] :: petty officer first class
narednica {f} [obsolete, military, Serbian] :: sergeant
narednica {f} [obsolete, military, Bosnian] :: staff sergeant
narednik {m} [military, army, Bosnian, Croatian] :: sergeant
narednik {m} [military, navy, Croatian] :: petty officer first class
narednik {m} [obsolete, military, Serbian] :: sergeant
narednik {m} [obsolete, military, Bosnian] :: staff sergeant
naricati {vi impf} :: to lament, wail, mourn
narisati {vt pf} [regional, language of literature] :: to draw
narječje {n} :: dialect
narkoman {m} :: drug addict, junkie
narkomanka {f} :: junkie, drug addict
narkotik {m} :: narcotic
narkoza {f} :: narcosis
naročit {adj} :: unusual
naročit {adj} :: special, particular
naročito {adv} :: particularly, especially
naročito {adv} :: deliberately, intentionally
narod {m} :: people
narod {m} :: nation
narod {m} :: folk
naroditi {vr pf} [obsolete] :: to be born
narodni {adj} :: folk
narodni {adj} :: people's
narodni {adj} :: national
narodnost {f} :: nationality
narodnost {f} :: ethnicity
Narodoslav {prop} {m} :: given name
naručiti {vt pf} :: to order (request some product or service)
naručivati {vt impf} :: to order (request some product or service)
naručje {n} :: bosom
naručje {n} :: armful
narudžba {f} :: order (request for some product or service)
narukvica {f} :: bracelet
nas {pron} :: of us ((unstressed) clitic genitive plural of (I))
nas {pron} :: us ((unstressed) clitic accusative plural of (I))
nasamariti {vt pf} :: to deceive, cheat
nasamarivati {vt impf} :: to deceive, cheat
nasamo {adv} :: in private, alone, face-to-face
nasapunati {v} :: to soap
nasapunati {v} :: to lather
nasapunati {vr} :: to soap oneself
nasapunati {vr} :: to lather up
naseliti {vt pf} :: to settle, populate (an area)
naseliti {vr pf} :: to settle down, take up residence
naseljavati {vt impf} :: to settle, populate (an area)
naseljavati {vr impf} :: to settle down, take up residence
naselje {n} :: settlement
naseljen {adj} :: populated, peopled, settled
naseljenica {f} :: settler, colonist, immigrant
naseljenički {adj} :: of or pertaining to settlement or settlers'
naseljenik {m} :: settler, colonist, immigrant
naseobina {f} :: settlement
nasilan {adj} :: violent
nasilnik {m} :: bully
nasilno {adv} :: violently
nasilje {n} :: violence
nasip {m} :: levee
nasip {m} :: embankment
nasip {m} :: dike
nasititi {vtr pf} :: to satiate, sate (appease somebody's hunger)
naslaga {f} :: layer, stratum
naslaga {f} :: deposit
naslanjati {v impf} :: imperfective form of nasloniti
nasledan {adj} :: hereditary
nasledan {adj} :: inheritable
naslediti {vt pf} :: to inherit
naslednica {f} :: heiress, inheritress
naslednica {f} :: successor
naslednik {m} :: heir, inheritor
naslednik {m} :: successor
nasleđe {n} :: heritage
nasleđivanje {n} [biology] :: inheritance
nasleđivanje {n} :: inheriting
nasleđivati {vt impf} :: to inherit
naslepo {adv} :: blindly
naslijediti {vt pf} :: to inherit
naslijeđe {n} :: heritage
naslijepo {adv} :: blindly
naslikati {vt pf} :: to paint
naslon {m} :: (foot, head) support rest (part of a seat or chair)
naslon {m} :: back (of a chair)
nasloniti {vtr pf} :: to lean
naslonjač {m} :: armchair
naslov {m} :: title, heading
nasloviti {v} :: to title, to entitle
naslovni {adj} :: title
naslovnik {m} :: addressee
naslućivati {v impf} :: imperfective form of naslutiti
naslutiti {vt pf} :: to sense, feel a premonition of
nasljedan {adj} :: hereditary
nasljedan {adj} :: inheritable
nasljedna bolest {f} [pathology] :: congenital / hereditary disease
nasljednica {f} :: heiress, inheritress
nasljednica {f} :: successor
nasljednik {m} :: heir, inheritor
nasljednik {m} :: successor
nasljedno pravo {f} :: inheritance law
nasljedstvo {n} :: inheritance
nasljedstvo {n} :: legacy, heritage
nasljeđe {n} :: heritage
nasljeđivanje {n} [biology] :: inheritance
nasljeđivanje {n} :: inheriting
nasljeđivati {vt impf} :: to inherit
nasmejati {vtr pf} :: to laugh
nasmejavati {vt impf} :: to make somebody laugh
nasmešiti {vr pf} :: to smile
nasmijati {vtr pf} :: to laugh
nasmijavati {vt impf} :: to make somebody laugh
nasmiješiti {vr pf} :: to smile
naspati {vr pf} :: to sleep in
naspavati {vr pf} :: to sleep in
nasred {prep} :: in the middle of
nasrnuti {vi pf} :: to attack
nasrtati {vi impf} :: to attack
nasrtljiv {adj} :: aggressive, pugnacious
nasrtljiv {adj} :: pestering, harassing
nastajati {vi impf} :: to emerge, arise, develop
nastanak {m} :: emergence, inception, beginning
nastaniti {vtr pf} :: to settle (down), quarter, find housing
nastanjivati {vtr impf} :: to settle (down), quarter, find housing
nastati {vi pf} :: to emerge, arise, develop
nastava {f} :: lecture, class (spoken lesson or exposition in educational institutions)
nastavak {m} [grammar] :: ending
nastavak {m} :: continuation, sequel
nastavak {m} :: extension
nastaviti {vit pf} :: to continue, to keep on (doing something)
nastavljač {m} :: continuator
nastavljati {vit impf} :: to continue
nastavnica {f} :: teacher (usually in primary school and high school)
nastavnik {m} :: a teacher (usually in primary school or high school)
nastojati {vi impf} :: to strive, try
nastradati {vi pf} :: to die, perish (with violent death)
nastradati {vi pf} :: to suffer greatly (injury, damage, disease etc.)
nastran {adj} :: odd, eccentric
nastran {adj} :: perverse, sick
nastrano {adv} :: oddly, queerly, abnormally
nastranost {f} :: oddity, eccentricity
nastranost {f} :: perversity, sickness
nastup {m} :: onset (of army, disease, feelings etc.)
nastup {m} :: appearance (in front of the audience on a ceremony, concert etc.)
nastup {m} :: conduct, countenance (initial impression)
nastupati {vi impf} :: to begin
nastupati {vi impf} :: to behave, act
nastupati {vi impf} [obsolete] :: to tread, step on
nastupiti {vi pf} :: to begin
nastupiti {vi pf} :: to behave, act
nastupiti {vi pf} [obsolete] :: to tread, step on
nasukati {vt pf} :: to strand
nasukati {vt pf} :: to twine
nasukati {vt pf} :: to twist strands of rope ready
nasukati {vr pf} :: to be or run aground stranded
nasumce {adv} :: at random
nasumice {adv} :: at random
nasuprot {prep} :: contrary to, against, opposite, vis-à-vis, across from
nasuprot {adv} :: on the contrary
nasuprot {adv} :: on the opposite side
naš {pron} :: our, ours
naški {adj} :: from our area or our kin, characteristic of us (our kin or region)
naški {adj} [in masculine, substantive, euphemistic] :: Serbo-Croatian language, or one’s particular variety thereof
naški {adv} :: in our manner, like us
naški {adv} [euphemistic] :: in Serbo-Croatian, or one’s particular variety thereof
naštancati {v pf} :: to print
naštimati {v pf} :: to tune, set up, adjust
naštimavati {v impf} :: to tune, set up, adjust
natalni {adj} :: natal
natapati {v impf} :: imperfective form of natopiti
natecanje {n} :: competition
natečaj {m} :: contest, competition
natečaj {m} :: bidding
natenane {adv} :: leisurely, slowly
natenane {adv} :: alone, in solitude, in leisure
naterati {vt pf} :: to compel, force, drive
nateravati {v impf} :: imperfective form of naterati
natjecanje {n} [Croatian] :: competition
natječaj {m} :: contest, competition
natječaj {m} :: bidding
natjerati {vt pf} :: to make, compel, force, drive (someone to do something)
natjeravati {v impf} :: imperfective form of natjerati
natkriliti {vt pf} :: to roof, cover
natkriliti {vt pf} :: to surpass
natkriljivati {vt impf} :: to roof, cover
natkriljivati {vt impf} :: to surpass
natmuren {adj} :: overcast (covered with clouds)
natmuren {adj} :: somber, grim, glum
natopiti {vt pf} :: to saturate, soak, drench
natpis {m} :: inscription, caption or any kind of public text (on a wall, board, monument etc.)
natporučnik {m} :: first lieutenant
natrag {adv} :: back, backwards
natraške {adv} :: backwards, aback
natrij {m} [Bosnia, Croatia] :: sodium
natrijum {m} [Montenegro, Serbia] :: sodium
natruha {f} :: admixture
natruha {f} :: infiltration
natuknica {f} :: headword, entry (of a dictionary)
natuknica {f} :: hint, allusion
naturalan {adj} :: natural, real
naturalizam {m} :: naturalism
naučan {adj} :: scientific, scholarly, learned
naučenjak {m} :: scientist, scholar
naučiti {vt pf} :: to teach, train, instruct
naučiti {vtr pf} :: to learn, to master
naučnik {m} [Bosnia, Serbia] :: scientist
naučnik {m} [Croatia] :: apprentice
nauditi {vt pf} :: to harm
nauk {f} :: lesson
nauk {f} :: moral
nauka {f} :: science
naum {m} :: intention
naum {m} :: aim, goal
naumiti {vi pf} :: to intend, plan
naušnica {f} :: earring
nautički {adj} :: nautical
navada {f} :: habit, practice
navaliti {vi pf} :: to swarm, rush, throng
navaliti {vi pf} :: to gush, flow
navaliti {vi pf} :: to insist, press + (na (on))
navaliti {vi pf} :: to attack + (na (on))
navaliti {vt pf} :: to roll
navaliti {vr pf} :: to lean
navaljivati {vi impf} :: to swarm, rush, throng
navaljivati {vi impf} :: to gush, flow
navaljivati {vi impf} :: to insist, press + (na (on))
navaljivati {vi impf} :: to attack + (na (on))
navaljivati {vt impf} :: to roll
navaljivati {vr impf} :: to lean
naveče {adv} :: in the evening
navečer {adv} :: in the evening, this evening
navečer {adv} :: tonight
navek {adv} [Kajkavian] :: always
navesti {v pf} :: to embroider, sew, stitch
navesti {v pf} :: perfective form of navòditi
navesti {v pf} :: perfective form of navòziti
navezati {vt pf} :: to tie on something (rope o string), to attach by tying
navigavati {v impf} :: to navigate
navijač {m} :: fan (in sports)
navijačica {f} :: fan (in sports)
navijati {v impf} :: to root, cheer for
navika {f} :: habit, practice
navikavati {vt impf} :: to accustom, habituate
navikavati {vr impf} :: to become accustomed, used to
naviknuti {vt pf} :: to accustom, habituate, adjust to
naviknuti {vr pf} :: to become accustomed, get used to
navlastito {adv} :: particularly, especially
navlažiti {vt pf} :: to moisten
navod {m} :: quotation
navoditi {vt impf} :: to induce, instigate, incite
navoditi {vt impf} :: to direct, lead (trajectory or a direction of something)
navoditi {vt impf} :: to quote, cite
navodni {adj} :: alleged, supposed
navodnik {m} :: quotation mark
navodno {adv} :: allegedly, reportedly
navoz {m} :: slipway
navoziti {vt impf} :: to deliver, transport
navoziti {vr impf} :: to drive to one's hearts content
navraćati {vi impf} :: to drop by, drop in (for a visit)
navraćati {vt impf} :: to divert, lead, direct, turn (river, brook etc.)
navraćati {vt impf} :: to induce, lead (someone to do something)
navrat {m} :: time, instance, occasion of doing something, especially in phrase:
navratiti {vi pf} :: to drop by, drop in (for a visit)
navratiti {vt pf} :: to divert, lead, direct, turn (river, brook etc.)
navratiti {vt pf} :: to induce, lead (someone to do something)
navreme {adv} :: on time (in schedule)
navrh {prep} :: on top of
navrijeme {adv} :: on time (in schedule)
navrndeda {m} :: great-great-great-grandfather 5th male ancestor
nazad {adv} :: back, backwards
nazadan {adj} :: backward
nazadan {adj} :: retrograde, retrogressive
nazadovati {vi impf} :: to regress, retrogress, go backward, decline, degenerate
nazaj {adv} [Kajkavian] :: back, backwards
nazal {m} :: a nasal
nazalni {adj} :: nasal
nazalnost {f} [uncountable] :: nasality
nazar {m} :: evil eye
nazdraviti {vi pf} :: to toast, drink a toast (+ dative to what)
nazdravljati {vi impf} :: to toast, drink a toast (+ dative)
naziv {m} :: title, name, appellation
nazivati {vtr impf} :: to name
nazivati {vtr impf} :: to call (person)
nazivati {vt impf} [Croatian] :: to call somebody by telephone
nazivlje {n} [uncountable] :: terminology (terms used in any business, art, etc; nomenclature, vocabulary, jargon)
nazivnik {m} [Croatian] :: denominator
nazivoslovlje {n} [uncountable] :: terminology (doctrine of terms)
naznaka {f} :: hint, allusion, denotation, sign
nazočnost {f} :: attendance, presence
nazor {m} :: view
nazor {m} :: opinion
nazor {m} :: belief
nazuvka {f} [Croatia] :: sock (covering of the foot)
nazvati {vt pf} :: to name
nazvati {vt pf} :: to call (person)
nazvati {vt pf} :: to call somebody by telephone
nažalost {adv} :: unfortunately
ne- {prefix} :: Prefix prepended to adjectives to create an adjective denoting a negative meaning (ne (not)). Akin to un-, non-, im-, ir-
ne {particle} :: not (denoting negation)
ne {interj} :: no
{prep} :: obsolete spelling of nije
{prep} :: obsolete spelling of ne
{prep} :: obsolete spelling of ni
neadekvatan {adj} :: inadequate
neaktivan {adj} :: inactive
nebeski {adj} :: celestial, heavenly (relating to the heaven in a religious sense)
nebeski {adj} :: celestial (relating to the sky)
nebitan {adj} :: unimportant, insignificant
nebitnost {f} :: unessentiality
nebo {n} :: sky
nebo {n} :: heaven, firmament
nebo {n} :: air
nebo {n} :: atmosphere
neboder {m} :: skyscraper
nebog {adj} :: miserable, wretched
nebog {adj} :: unfortunate, unhappy
nebriga {f} :: carelessness
nebrojen {adj} :: unnumbered, uncounted
nebrojeno {adv} :: innumerably
nebulozan {adj} :: nebulous, vague
nečasno {adv} :: dishonorably, shamefully
nečastan {adj} :: dishonorable, shameful
nečiji {pron} :: somebody's
nečist {adj} :: impure, unclean
nečistoća {f} :: dirt, filth
nečistoća {f} :: impurity
nečitak {adj} :: illegible
nečitljiv {adj} :: illegible
nečovečan {adj} :: inhuman, pitiless, merciless, brutal
nečovečnost {f} [uncountable] :: inhumanity, barbarity, brutality
nečovječan {adj} :: inhuman, pitiless, merciless, brutal
nečovječnost {f} [uncountable] :: inhumanity, barbarity, brutality
něčto {pron} :: obsolete spelling of nešto
něčto {pron} :: obsolete spelling of nješto
něčto {pron} :: obsolete spelling of ništo
nečujan {adj} :: inaudible
nećački {adj} :: of or pertaining to a nephew or nephews
nećački {adv} :: as a nephew
nećak {m} :: nephew
nećaka {f} :: niece
nećakinja {f} :: niece
nedaleko {adv} :: not far
nedavan {adj} :: recent
nedavno {adv} :: recently
nedefiniran {adj} :: (Croatian) undefined
nedelja {f} :: Sunday
nedelja {f} [regional, Bosnia, Serbia] :: week
nedeljiv {adj} :: indivisible
nedeljni {adj} :: of, pertaining to or occurring at Sunday
nedeljni {adj} :: weekly
nedielja {f} :: obsolete spelling of nedjelja
Nedimir {prop} {m} :: given name
Nedislav {prop} {m} :: given name
nedjelja {f} :: Sunday
nedjeljiv {adj} :: indivisible
nedjeljni {adj} :: of, pertaining to or occurring at Sunday
nedjeljni {adj} :: weekly
nedodirljiv {adj} :: untouchable
nedohvatan {adj} :: unreachable
nedohvatljiv {adj} :: unreachable
nedohvatljiv {adj} :: incomprehensible
nedohvatljivost {f} :: unreachability
nedohvatljivost {f} :: incomprehensibility
nedokaziv {adj} :: unprovable
nedopustiv {adj} :: impermissible, unallowable
nedopustivo {adv} :: impermissibly
nedosledan {adj} :: inconsistent, inconsequent
nedosljedan {adj} :: inconsistent, inconsequent
nedostajati {vit impf} :: to miss
nedostajati {vi impf} :: to be short in supply (of a resource)
nedostajući {adj} :: missing
nedostatak {m} :: shortage
nedostatak {m} :: defect
nedostižan {adj} :: unreachable, inaccessible, unattainable
nedoumica {f} :: dilemma
nedoumica {f} :: hesitation
nedovoljan {adj} :: insufficient
nedovoljan {adj} :: unsatisfactory
nedra {np} [plurale tantum, language of literature] :: chest, bosom, breasts
nedra {np} [figuratively] :: heart, bosom (deep or inner part of something)
nedruštven {adj} :: unsocial, unsociable
nedužan {adj} :: innocent (bearing no responsibility for a crime)
nedužno {adv} :: innocently
nedužnost {f} :: innocence
nedvojben {adj} :: (Croatian) doubtless, certain
nedvojbeno {adv} :: doubtlessly, undoubtedly
nedvosmislen {adj} :: unambiguous
neđe {adv} :: somewhere
neđelja {f} [regional, Montenegro] :: Sunday
neefikasan {adj} :: ineffective
neeuklidska geometrija {f} [geometry] :: non-Euclidean geometry
nega {f} :: care, nursing
negacija {f} :: negation
negacija {f} :: negative
negacija {f} :: refutation
negativac {m} :: villain
negativac {m} :: baddie
negativan {adj} :: negative
negativnost {f} :: negativity
negativnost {f} :: adverseness
negator {m} :: negator, denier
negda {adv} :: once, at one time, once upon a time
negdar {adv} [Kajkavian] :: once, at one time, once upon a time
negde {adv} :: somewhere
negdje {adv} :: somewhere
negdo {pron} [Kajkavian] :: someone, somebody
negđe {adv} :: somewhere
negirati {vt impf pf} :: to negate, deny
nego {conj} :: [with nominative] than (in comparisons, following the comparative)
nego {conj} :: [following a negation] but (see also vȅć)
negodovati {vi impf} :: to complain, protest
negostoljubiv {adj} :: inhospitable
negostoljubivost {f} [uncountable] :: inhospitality
negovatelj {m} :: nurse
negovateljica {f} :: nurse
negovateljičin {adj} :: belonging to a nurse
negovati {vt impf} :: to nurse, tend to, care for
negovati {vt impf} :: to cherish, foster (tradition, culture, friendship etc.)
negve {f} [plurale tantum] :: gyves, shackles for legs, hobble
nehotice {adv} :: inadvertently, accidentally
nehotičan {adj} :: inadvertent, accidental
nehuman {adj} :: inhumane
nehuman {adj} :: inhuman
nehumanost {f} [uncountable] :: inhumanity
neimar {m} :: architect
neimar {m} :: builder
neimaština {f} :: penury
neiscrpan {adj} :: inexhaustible
neiscrpiv {adj} :: inexhaustible
neiscrpljiv {adj} :: inexhaustible
neiskren {adj} :: insincere, deceitful
neiskreno {adv} :: insincerely
neiskrenost {f} [uncountable] :: insincerity
neiskusan {adj} :: inexperienced
neistina {f} :: untruth, falsehood
neistinit {adj} :: untrue, false
neizbežan {adj} :: inevitable, unavoidable
neizbežno {adv} :: unavoidably, inevitably
neizbježan {adj} :: inevitable, unavoidable
neizbježno {adv} :: unavoidably, inevitably
neizbrisiv {adj} :: indelible
neizlečiv {adj} :: incurable
neizlečivost {f} [uncountable] :: incurability
neizlječiv {adj} :: incurable
neizlječivost {f} [uncountable] :: incurability
neizračunljiv {adj} :: noncomputable
neizreciv {adj} :: unutterable, unspeakable
neizreciv {adj} :: indescribable
neizrečen {adj} :: unspoken
neizvediv {adj} :: impractical, unfeasible
neizvesno {adv} :: uncertainly
neizvesnost {f} :: uncertainty
neizvestan {adj} :: uncertain
neizvjesno {adv} :: uncertainly
neizvjesnost {f} :: uncertainty
neizvjestan {adj} :: uncertain
nejač {f} [Serbia, collective] :: infants
nejače {n} :: infant
nejak {adj} :: weak, feeble
nejasan {adj} :: vague, unclear, indistinct
nejasno {adv} :: vaguely, unclearly
nejasnoća {f} :: vagueness
nejasnoća {f} :: a vague, unclear issue (left after dwelling on a particular point, or reading/hearing elaboration thereof)
nejasnost {f} :: unclarity
něje {prep} :: obsolete spelling of nije
něje {prep} :: obsolete spelling of neje
něje {prep} :: obsolete spelling of nijeje
nejedinstvo {n} :: disunity
nejednak {adj} :: unequal
nejednako {adv} :: unequally
nejednakost {f} :: inequality
nejednolik {adj} :: uneven
nejestiv {adj} :: inedible
nek {particle} :: let, may
neka {particle} :: let, may
nekad {adv} :: once, in former times
nekad {adv} :: sometimes
nekada {adv} :: once, in former times
nekada {adv} :: sometimes
nekadašnji {adj} :: former (from previous times)
nekaj {pron} [Kajkavian] :: something
nekaj {adv} [Kajkavian] :: some, few, a few
nekakav {adj} :: some
nekakav {adj} :: any (kind of)
nekakav {adj} :: a
nekako {adv} :: somehow
nekamo {adv} :: somewhere
nekažnjen {adj} :: unpunished
nekažnjiv {adj} :: unpunishable
neki {pron} [generally with countable nouns] :: some
neki {pron} [in plural, without a noun, substantively] :: some (people), people
neki {pron} [with genitive] :: some, approximately, around
neki {pron} :: some, certain
nekidan {adv} :: the other day
nek' komšiji crkne krava {phrase} :: alternative form of da komšiji crkne krava
neko {pron} [Bosnia, Serbia] :: someone, somebody
neko {adv} [obsolete] :: approximately
nekoć {adv} :: once, formerly
nekoji {pron} :: alternative form of neki
nekolicina {f} :: (with genitive) a group of several (men), a few men; several of
nekoliko {adv} :: some, several, a few
nekol'ko {contraction} :: (colloquial) contraction of nekoliko
nekomercijalan {adj} :: non-profit, uncommercial
nekompetentan {adj} :: incompetent
nekompetentno {adv} :: incompetently
nekompetentnost {f} [uncountable] :: incompetence
nekomunikativan {adj} :: uncommunicative
nekomunikativnost {f} [uncountable] :: uncommunicativeness
nekonvencionalan {adj} :: offbeat, unconventional
nekorisnost {f} [uncountable] :: uselessness
nekoristan {adj} :: useless
nekretnina {f} :: real estate
nekritičan {adj} :: uncritical
nekritično {adv} :: uncritically
nekrofil {m} :: necrophile
nekrofilija {f} :: necrophilia
nekrolog {m} :: obituary (biography of a recently deceased person, written by a journalist and published in a newspaper)
nekropola {f} :: necropolis
nekroza {f} :: necrosis
nekrst {m} [archaic] :: non-Christian
nektar {m} :: nectar
nekteri {pron} [Kajkavian] :: some, any
nekud {adv} :: somewhere
nekuda {adv} :: somewhere
nekuhan {adj} [Croatia] :: uncooked
nekulturan {adj} :: uncultured
nekvalitetan {adj} :: low-quality
nelagoda {f} :: uncomfortableness, discomfort, uneasiness
nelagodan {adj} :: uncomfortable, uneasy, awkward
nelagodno {adv} :: uncomfortably, uneasily, awkwardly
nelegalan {adj} :: illegal
nelojalan {adj} :: disloyal
nelojalno {adv} :: disloyally
nelomljiv {adj} :: unbreakable
neloš {adj} :: not bad
neljubazan {adj} :: unkind, unfriendly
neljubazno {adv} :: unkindly, unfriendlily
neljudski {adj} :: inhuman
nem {adj} :: mute, dumb
nem {adj} :: silent, soundless (movie)
Nemac {prop} {m} :: German (person)
Nemačka {prop} {f} :: Germany
nemački {adj} :: German
nemački {adj} [in masculine, substantive] :: the German language
nemački {adv} :: in a German manner, as a German
nemački ovčar {m} :: German Shepherd
nemalo {adv} :: quite a few
neman {f} :: monster (also figuratively)
Nemanja {prop} :: given name
Nemanjislav {prop} {m} :: given name
nemar {m} :: negligence
nemar {m} :: carelessness
nemar {m} :: slackness
nemar {m} :: unconcern, indifference
nemaran {adj} :: negligent, indolent
nemaran {adj} :: indifferent, nonchalant
nemarno {adv} :: carelessly
nemarno {adv} :: slovenly
nemarno {adv} :: inattentively
nemarnost {f} :: negligence, carelessness
nemaštovit {adj} :: unimaginative
nemaštovitost {f} [uncountable] :: unimaginativeness
nemati {vt impf} :: not to have
nemati {vt impf} :: not to be present (in some place) or available (of something)
nemerljiv {adj} :: immeasurable
Nemica {prop} {f} :: German (German person)
nemilice {adv} :: ruthlessly, mercilessly
nemilosrdan {adj} :: pitiless, heartless
nemilosrdan {adj} :: merciless, unmerciful
nemilosrdan {adj} :: cruel, fierce, ruthless
nemilosrdno {adv} :: heartlessly, mercilessly, cruelly
nemilosrdno {adv} :: ruthlessly, relentlessly
neminovan {adj} :: inevitable
neminovno {adv} :: inevitably
nemio {adj} :: unpleasant, disagreeable
nemio {adj} :: disliked, odious, unpopular
nemir {m} :: disquiet, agitation, unrest, restlessness
nemiran {adj} :: disquiet
nemirno {adv} :: restlessly, disquietly
nemjerljiv {adj} :: immeasurable
nemo {adv} :: mutely, dumbly
nemoć {f} :: weakness, feebleness, faintness
nemoć {f} :: impotence, powerlessness
nemoć {f} :: infirmity
nemoć {f} :: helplessness
nemoćan {adj} :: feeble, infirm, week
nemoćan {adj} :: impotent, powerless
nemoćan {adj} :: sick, ill
nemoćan {adj} :: inefficient
nemoćno {adv} :: weakly, feebly
nemoćno {adv} :: impotently, powerlessly
nemoderan {adj} :: unfashionable
nemoguć {adj} :: impossible
nemoguće {adv} :: impossibly
nemoguće {interj} :: impossible!
nemogućnost {f} [uncountable] :: impossibility (state of not being able to act upon, a state of restricted action)
nemoral {m} :: immorality
nemoralan {adj} :: immoral
nemoralno {adv} :: immorally
nena {f} :: grandmother
nena {f} :: grandma
nena {f} :: granny
nena {f} :: old woman
Nenad {prop} {m} :: given name
nenadan {adj} :: sudden, unexpected
nenadano {adv} :: suddenly, unexpectedly
nenadjebiv {adj} :: unsurpassable
nenadmašan {adj} :: unsurpassable
nenadmašiv {adj} :: unsurpassable
nenameran {adj} :: unintentional
nenamerno {adv} :: unintentionally
nenametljiv {adj} :: unintrusive
nenamjeran {adj} :: unintentional
nenamjerno {adv} :: unintentionally
nenapučen {adj} :: (Croatian) uninhabited
nenaseljen {adj} :: uninhabited
nenavideti {vt impf} :: to hate
nenavideti {vi impf} :: to envy
nenavidjeti {vt impf} :: to hate
nenavidjeti {vi impf} :: to envy
nenavist {f} [archaic, Croatia] :: envy, jealousy
nenazočan {adj} :: absent
nenormalan {adj} :: abnormal (not normal)
neobavezan {adj} :: optional, facultative
neobičan {adj} :: unusual, uncommon
neobičan {adj} :: strange, odd
neobično {adv} :: unusually, strangely, oddly
neobjašnjiv {adj} :: inexplicable
neobjašnjivo {adv} :: inexplicably
neobjektivan {adj} :: nonobjective, biased
neobjektivno {adv} :: unobjectively
neobjektivnost {f} [uncountable] :: lack of being objective; subjectivity
neoboriv {adj} :: irrefutable, indisputable, incontestable, undeniable
neoborivo {adv} :: indisputably, irrefutably, undeniably
neobrađen {adj} :: untilled (field)
neobrađen {adj} :: unworked, unprocessed (raw material, text etc.)
neobranjiv {adj} :: indefensible
neobranjivo {adv} :: indefensibly
neobrazovan {adj} :: uneducated
neobrijan {adj} :: unshaved
neobuzdan {adj} :: ungovernable, unrestrained
neobuzdan {adj} :: unmanageable, uncontrollable
neočekivan {adj} :: unexpected
neočekivano {adv} :: unexpectedly
neodgovarajući {adj} :: inappropriate, inadequate, unsuitable
neodgovoran {adj} :: irresponsible
neodgovorno {adv} :: irresponsibly
neodgovornost {f} [uncountable] :: irresponsibility
neodimij {m} :: neodymium
neodlučan {adj} :: indecisive
neodlučen {adj} :: undecided
neodlučeno {adv} :: undecidedly
neodlučiv {adj} :: undecidable
neodlučno {adv} :: indecisively
neodoljiv {adj} :: irresistible
neodoljivo {adv} :: irresistibly
neodređen {adj} :: indefinite, undetermined
neodređen {adj} :: vague, loose
neodređen {adj} [grammar] :: indefinite
neodređeni integral {m} :: indefinite integral
neodređeno {adv} :: indefinitely
neodređeno {adv} :: vaguely
neograničen {adj} :: limitless, unbounded, unlimited
neolitički {adj} :: Neolithic
neolitik {m} [uncountable] :: Neolithic
neolitski {adj} :: Neolithic
neolitski {adv} :: Neolithically
neologizam {m} :: neologism
neon {m} :: neon
neopazice {adv} :: unnoticedly
neophodan {adj} :: necessary, crucial, indispensable
neopipljiv {adj} :: impalpable
neopipljivost {f} [uncountable] :: intangibility, impalpability
neopisiv {adj} :: indescribable
neopisivo {adv} :: indescribably
neoporeziv {adj} :: nontaxable
neoporezovan {adj} :: untaxed
neopoziv {adj} :: irrevocable, unalterable
neopozivo {adv} :: irrevocably, unalterably
neopranko {m} :: dirty fellow
neopravdan {adj} :: unjustified, unwarranted
neopravdano {adv} :: unjustifiably, unwarrantedly
neoprezan {adj} :: careless
neoprezno {adv} :: carelessly
neoprostiv {adj} :: unforgivable
neorganski {adj} :: inorganic
neosetljiv {adj} :: insensitive, insensible
neosetljivo {adv} :: insensitively, insensibly
neosetljivost {f} [uncountable] :: insensitivity
neosiguran {adj} :: uninsured
neosjetljiv {adj} :: insensitive, insensible
neosjetljivo {adv} :: insensitively, insensibly
neosjetljivost {f} [uncountable] :: insensitivity
neosnovan {adj} :: groundless, unfounded
neosoban {adj} :: impersonal
neosporan {adj} :: indisputable
neosporiv {adj} :: indisputable
neosporivost {f} [uncountable] :: indisputability
neosporno {adv} :: indisputably
neostvaren {adj} :: unrealized, unfulfilled
neostvariv {adj} :: unrealizable, unfeasible
neosvojiv {adj} :: unconquerable, impregnable
neoštećen {adj} :: undamaged
neotesan {adj} :: coarse, crude, rough (especially of behaviour/temperament)
neotesanac {m} :: rude, crude person
neotesanka {f} :: rude, crude person (female)
neotuđiv {adj} :: inalienable
neovisan {adj} [Croatian] :: independent, autonomous
neovisno {adv} [usually, Croatian] :: independently
neovisnost {f} [uncountable] :: independence
neoženjen {adj} :: unmarried (said of a man)
Nepal {prop} {m} :: Nepal
Nepalac {prop} {m} :: Nepali, Nepalese (person)
nepalski {adj} :: Nepali / Nepalese
nepalski {adj} [in masculine, substantive] :: the Nepali language
neparan {adj} [arithmetic] :: odd
nepažljiv {adj} :: inconsiderate
nepažljiv {adj} :: careless
nepažljivo {adv} :: inconsiderately
nepažljivo {adv} :: carelessly
nepažnja {f} :: carelessness
nepce {n} :: palate
nepce {n} :: roof (upper part of a cavity)
nepisan {adj} :: unwritten
nepismen {adj} :: illiterate
nepismeno {adv} :: illiterately
nepismenost {f} [uncountable] :: illiteracy
neplivač {m} :: nonswimmer
neplodan {adj} :: unfertile, unfruitful
neplodan {adj} :: sterile, barren
neplodno {adv} :: fruitlessly, unfruitfully
neplodnost {f} [uncountable] :: fruitlessness, unfruitfulness
neplodnost {f} [uncountable] :: sterility, barrenness
nepobediv {adj} :: invincible
nepobedivost {f} :: invincibility
nepobitan {adj} :: irrefutable
nepobitno {adv} :: irrefutably
nepobjediv {adj} :: invincible
nepobjedivost {f} :: invincibility
nepoćudan {adj} :: objectionable
nepoćudan {adj} :: obnoxious
nepoćudan {adj} :: unwelcome
nepoćudan {adj} :: unpalatable
nepoćudan {adj} :: repulsive
nepoderiv {adj} :: untearable
nepodmitljiv {adj} :: incorruptible
nepodnošljiv {adj} :: unbearable, insufferable, intolerable, unpleasant
nepodoban {adj} :: unfit, unsuitable
nepogoda {f} :: storm, bad weather
nepogoda {f} :: disaster
nepogodan {adj} :: inconvenient, inappropriate, unsuitable
nepogrešiv {adj} :: infallible, unerring
nepogrješiv {adj} :: infallible
nepojmljiv {adj} :: inconceivable, unfathomable
nepokolebljiv {adj} :: firm, steady, unwavering
nepokolebljiv {adj} [figurative] :: unflinching, determined, resolute (of a person or venture)
nepokretan {adj} :: immobile
nepokretljiv {adj} :: immobile
nepomičan {adj} :: stationary, immovable, immobile
nepomično {adv} :: immovably
nepomirljiv {adj} :: irreconcilable
nepomirljivo {adv} :: irreconcilably
nepopustljiv {adj} :: unyielding
nepopustljivo {adv} :: unyieldingly
neporeciv {adj} :: irrefutable
neposlušan {adj} :: disobedient
neposlušno {adv} :: disobediently
neposredan {adj} :: direct, immediate
neposredan {adj} :: natural, sincere
neposredno {adv} :: directly, immediately
neposredno {adv} :: naturally, sincerely, frankly
nepostojan {adj} :: unstable, changeable
nepostojano {adv} :: unstably, unsteadily
nepostojanje {n} [uncountable] :: absence, nonexistence
nepostojeći {adj} :: nonexistent, nonexisting
nepošten {adj} :: unfair, dishonest
nepošteno {adv} :: unfairly, dishonestly
nepoštenje {n} :: dishonesty
nepotpun {adj} :: incomplete
nepotpuno {adv} :: incompletely
nepotreban {adj} :: unnecessary
nepotrebno {adv} :: unnecessarily
nepouzdan {adj} :: unreliable
nepouzdano {adv} :: unreliably
nepouzdanost {f} [uncountable] :: unreliability
nepoverenje {n} :: distrust, mistrust
nepoverljiv {adj} :: distrustful, suspicious
nepoverljivo {adv} :: distrustfully, suspiciously
nepovezan {adj} :: unconnected, disconnected
nepovezan {adj} :: incoherent (of a speech or text)
nepovjerenje {n} :: distrust, mistrust
nepovjerljiv {adj} :: distrustful, suspicious
nepovjerljivo {adv} :: distrustfully, suspiciously
nepovoljan {adj} :: bad, unfavorable, negative, unpleasant
nepovratan {adj} :: irretrievable
nepovratno {adv} :: irretrievably
nepovrediv {adj} :: inviolable
nepoznanica {f} [algebra] :: unknown
nepoznat {adj} :: unknown
nepozvan {adj} :: uninvited
nepoželjan {adj} :: undesirable, unwelcome
nepoželjno {adv} :: undesirably
nepraktičan {adj} :: impractical
nepraktično {adv} :: impractically
nepraktičnost {f} [uncountable] :: impracticality
nepravda {f} :: injustice
nepravedan {adj} :: unjust, unfair
nepravedno {adv} :: unjustly, unfairly
nepravilan {adj} :: irregular
nepravilno {adv} :: irregularly
nepravilnost {f} :: irregularity
neprecizan {adj} :: imprecise
neprecizno {adv} :: imprecisely
nepredvidljiv {adj} :: unpredictable
nepredvidljivo {adv} :: unpredictably
nepredvidljivost {f} [uncountable] :: unpredictability
nepredviđen {adj} :: unpredicted, unforeseen
nepredviđeno {adv} :: unexpectedly
neprekidan {adj} :: uninterrupted, constant, continuous
neprekidno {adv} :: constantly, continuously, uninterruptedly
neprekidnost {f} [uncountable] :: continuity
neprekinut {adj} :: unbroken, uninterrupted
neprekinut {adj} :: continuous
neprekinutost {f} [uncountable] :: unbrokenness
neprekinutost {f} [uncountable] :: continuousness
neprelazan {adj} :: insurmountable, impassable
neprelazan {adj} [grammar] :: intransitive
neprelazni glagol {m} [grammar] :: intransitive verb
nepremostiv {adj} :: unbridgeable
nepremostiv {adj} :: insurmountable
neprenosiv {adj} :: untransferable
neprenosivost {f} [uncountable] :: untransferability
nepreporan {adj} :: indisputable
nepreporno {adv} :: indisputably
neprepoznatljiv {adj} :: unrecognizable, unidentifiable
neprepoznatljivost {f} [uncountable] :: unrecognizability
neprestan {adj} :: continuous, uninterrupted
neprestance {adv} :: continuously, constantly
neprestano {adv} :: constantly, continuously
nepresušan {adj} :: inexhaustible
nepresušnost {f} [uncountable] :: inexhaustibility
nepretenciozan {adj} :: unpretentious, unassuming
neprevodiv {adj} :: untranslatable
neprevodivost {f} [uncountable] :: untranslatability
neprihvatljiv {adj} :: unacceptable
neprijatan {adj} :: unpleasant
neprijatelj {m} :: enemy
neprijateljica {f} :: woman enemy/opponent
neprijateljski {adj} :: hostile, enemy, unfriendly
neprijateljski {adj} :: adverse
neprijateljski {adj} :: malevolent
neprijateljstvo {n} :: enmity, hostility, animosity
neprijatno {adv} :: unpleasantly
neprijazan {adj} :: unfriendly, unpleasant
neprijelazan {adj} :: insurmountable, impassable
neprijelazan {adj} [grammar] :: intransitive
neprijelazni glagol {m} :: intransitive verb
neprijeporan {adj} :: indisputable
neprijeporno {adv} :: indisputably
neprikladan {adj} :: inappropriate, unsuitable, inconvenient
nepriličan {adj} :: inappropriate, unsuitable
nepriličnost {f} [uncountable] :: impropriety
neprilika {f} :: trouble, difficulty (unpleasant event in general)
neprilika {f} :: inconvenience
neprimeren {adj} :: inappropriate, unsuitable, inadequate
neprimereno {adv} :: inappropriately, inadequately
neprimetan {adj} :: imperceptible
neprimetljiv {adj} :: imperceptible
neprimetno {adv} :: imperceptibly
neprimjeren {adj} :: inappropriate, unsuitable, inadequate
neprimjereno {adv} :: inappropriately, inadequately
neprimjetan {adj} :: imperceptible
neprimjetljiv {adj} :: imperceptible
neprimjetno {adv} :: imperceptibly
neprincipijelan {adj} :: unprincipled
nepripremljen {adj} :: unprepared
nepripremljenost {f} [uncountable] :: unpreparedness
neprirodan {adj} :: unnatural, abnormal, anomalous
neprirodno {adv} :: unnaturally
neprirodnost {f} [uncountable] :: unnaturalness
nepristojan {adj} :: impolite, uncivil, rude
nepristojno {adv} :: impolitely, uncivilly, rudely
nepristojnost {f} [uncountable] :: impoliteness, impropriety, incivility, rudeness
nepristran {adj} :: impartial
nepristrano {adv} :: impartially
nepristranost {f} [uncountable] :: impartiality
nepristupačan {adj} :: inaccessible, unreachable
nepristupačno {adv} :: inaccessibly, unreachably
nepristupačnost {f} [uncountable] :: inaccessibility
neprisutan {adj} :: absent
neprisutnost {f} [uncountable] :: absence
nepriznat {adj} :: unrecognized, unacknowledged
neprobavljen {adj} :: undigested
neprobavljiv {adj} :: indigestible
neprobojan {adj} :: impenetrable
neprobojan {adj} :: bulletproof
neprocenjiv {adj} :: invaluable, priceless
neprocjenjiv {adj} :: invaluable, priceless
neprodan {adj} :: unsold
neproduktivan {adj} :: unproductive
neproduktivnost {f} [uncountable] :: unproductiveness
neprofesionalan {adj} :: unprofessional
neprofesionalno {adv} :: unprofessionally
neprofitan {adj} :: unprofitable
neprokušan {adj} :: untried
nepromenjen {adj} :: unchanged
nepromijenjen {adj} :: unchanged
nepromišljen {adj} :: thoughtless, hasty, reckless
nepromišljeno {adv} :: thoughtlessly, recklessly
nepromišljenost {f} [uncountable] :: thoughtlessness, rashness
nepromočiv {adj} :: waterproof
nepropustan {adj} :: impermeable
neproveren {adj} :: unchecked, untested
neprovidan {adj} :: opaque
neprovjeren {adj} :: unchecked, untested
neproziran {adj} :: opaque
neprozirno {adv} :: opaquely
neprozirnost {f} :: opacity
Neptun {prop} {m} [Roman god] :: Neptune (planet),
neptunij {m} :: neptunium
nepun {adj} :: not full
nepun {adj} :: incomplete
nepušač {m} :: non-smoker
nepušačica {f} :: [female] non-smoker
nerabljen {adj} :: unused
neracionalan {adj} :: irrational
neracionalno {adv} :: irrationally
neradnik {m} :: idler, work-shy layabout
nerado {adv} :: unwillingly, reluctantly
nerafiniran {adj} :: unrefined
nerast {m} :: boar
nerastopiv {adj} :: insoluble
nerazborit {adj} :: unreasonable
nerazborito {adv} :: unreasonably
nerazboritost {f} [uncountable] :: imprudence
nerazdruživ {adj} :: inseparable
nerazdruživost {f} [uncountable] :: inseparability
nerazdvojan {adj} :: inseparable
nerazdvojiv {adj} :: inseparable, indivisible
nerazgovetan {adj} :: indistinct (usually of speech)
nerazgovetno {adv} :: indistinctly (usually of speech)
nerazgovijetan {adj} :: indistinct (usually of speech)
nerazgovijetno {adv} :: indistinctly (usually of speech)
nerazuman {adj} :: unreasonable, irrational
nerazumljiv {adj} :: incomprehensible
nerazumljiv {adj} :: unintelligible
nerazumljiv {adj} :: unreasonable
nerazvijen {adj} :: undeveloped
nerazvodnjen {adj} :: undiluted
nerealan {adj} :: unrealistic
nerealan {adj} :: fictitious, unreal
nerealiziran {adj} :: unrealized
nerealno {adv} :: unrealistically
nerealno {adv} :: fictiously
nerealnost {f} [uncountable] :: unreality
nered {m} :: chaos, mess, disorder
nered {m} [in the plural] :: riot, rioting, violence
neredovit {adj} :: irregular
neredovito {adv} :: irregularly
neregularan {adj} :: irregular
nerekurzivan {adj} :: nonrecursive
nerešen {adj} :: unsolved
nerešen {adj} [sports] :: tied, draw (of a result)
nerešiv {adj} :: insolvable, insoluble
nerešivost {f} [uncountable] :: unsolvability
neretko {adv} :: (rather) often
Neretva {prop} {f} :: Neretva
Nerežišća {prop} :: Nerežišća (municipality)
neriješen {adj} :: unsolved
neriješen {adj} [sports] :: tied, draw (of a result)
nerijetko {adv} :: (rather) often
nerješiv {adj} :: insolvable, insoluble
nerješivost {f} [uncountable] :: unsolvability
nerodan {adj} :: barren, sterile
nerođen {adj} :: unborn
nerotkinja {f} :: barren woman
nervirati {vtr impf} :: to get on somebody's nerves
nervozan {adj} :: nervous
nesagoriv {adj} :: incombustible
nesalomljiv {adj} :: unbreakable
nesamostalan {adj} :: dependent
nesamostalno {adv} :: dependently
nesanica {f} :: insomnia
nesavesno {adv} :: unconscionably
nesavestan {adj} :: unconscionable
nesavestan {adj} :: unscrupulous
nesavestan {adj} :: dishonest
nesavitljiv {adj} :: inflexible, not elastic
nesavjesno {adv} :: unconscionably
nesavjestan {adj} :: unconscionable, unscrupulous
nesavjestan {adj} :: dishonest
nesavladiv {adj} :: insurmountable, invincible
nesavršen {adj} :: imperfect, defective
nesavršeno {adv} :: imperfectly, defectively
nesebičan {adj} :: unselfish
nesebičnost {f} [uncountable] :: unselfishness
neshvaćen {adj} :: not understood
neshvatljiv {adj} :: incomprehensible
nesiguran {adj} :: unsure
nesiguran {adj} :: unsafe
nesiguran {adj} :: unreliable
nesigurno {adv} :: unsurely
nesigurno {adv} :: unsafely
nesigurno {adv} :: unreliably
nesigurnost {f} :: insecurity
nesigurnost {f} :: unsafety
nesimetričan {adj} :: dissymmetrical
nesimetrično {adv} :: dissymmetrically
nesimetričnost {f} [uncountable] :: dissymmetry
nesit {adj} :: unsated
nesit {m} :: pelican
nesklad {m} :: disharmony, discord
neskladan {adj} :: disharmonious, discordant
neskroman {adj} :: immodest
neskromno {adv} :: immodestly
neskromnost {f} [uncountable] :: immodesty
neslan {adj} :: unsalted
neslavan {adj} :: unfamous
neslobodan {adj} :: unfree
nesloga {f} :: discord
nesložan {adj} :: discordant
neslužben {adj} :: unofficial
neslužbeno {adv} :: unofficially
nesmisao {m} :: absurdity
nesnosan {adj} :: unbearable, unendurable
nesnosno {adv} :: unbearably, unendurably
nesporazum {m} :: misunderstanding
nesposoban {adj} :: incapable
nesposoban {adj} :: unable, inapt
nesposobno {adv} :: incapably
nespreman {adj} :: unready, unprepared
nespremno {adv} :: unreadily, unpreparedly
nesputan {adj} :: unshackled, unbound, unrestrained
nesreća {f} :: accident
nesreća {f} :: bad luck
nesretan {adj} :: unhappy
nesretan {adj} :: unfortunate
nesretan {adj} :: unlucky
nestabilan {adj} :: unstable
nestabilnost {f} :: instability
nestajati {vi impf} :: to disappear, vanish
nestajati {vi impf} :: to run out of, become exhausted (+ genitive)
nestalan {adj} :: unstable, unsteady
nestalno {adv} :: unstably, unsteadily
nestanak {m} :: disappearance
nestašica {f} :: shortage, lack
nestati {vi pf} :: to disappear, vanish
nestati {vi pf} :: to run out of, become exhausted (+ genitive)
nesti {vt impf} :: to lay eggs
nestrpljenje {n} :: impatience
nestrpljiv {adj} :: impatient
nestrpljivo {adv} :: impatiently
nestrpljivost {f} :: impatience
nestručnjak {m} :: layman, nonprofessional
nestvaran {adj} :: unreal
nesuđen {adj} :: not meant to be
nesuglasica {f} :: disagreement
nesuglasica {f} :: quarrel
nesumnjiv {adj} :: doubtless, undoubted, unquestionable
nesumnjivo {adv} :: undoubtedly
nesuvisao {adj} :: incoherent, confused, senseless
nesuvislo {adv} :: incoherently, confusedly, senselessly
nesuvislost {f} :: incoherence, confusion, senselessness
nesvakidanji {adj} :: unusual, rare
nesvakidašnji {adj} :: rare, unusual
nesvesno {adv} :: unconsciously, subconsciously
nesvest {f} [uncountable] :: unconsciousness, faint
nesvestan {adj} :: unconscious (not aware)
nesvestica {f} [uncountable] :: unconsciousness, faint, swoon
nesvijest {f} [uncountable] :: unconsciousness, faint
nesvjesno {adv} :: unconsciously, subconsciously
nesvjestan {adj} :: unconscious, unaware, unsuspecting
nesvjestica {f} [uncountable] :: unconsciousness, faint, swoon
nesvršeni {adj} :: unfinished, incomplete
nesvršeni {adj} [grammar] :: imperfective
neškodljiv {adj} :: harmless
nešto {pron} :: something
nešto {adv} :: for a bit, for a while
nešto {adv} :: somewhat, a bit
nešto {adv} [in negative sentences] :: (not) very
nešto {adv} :: somehow, it seems
nešto {adv} :: indicates that the speaker doesn't want to talk about the circumstances of the statement
netačan {adj} [Bosnian, Serbian] :: untrue, incorrect
netaktičan {adj} :: tactless
netaktično {adv} :: tactlessly
netko {pron} [Croatia] :: someone, somebody
netočan {adj} :: (Croatian) untrue, incorrect
neto masa {f} :: net weight (weight of a product)
netopir {m} [regional, Croatia] :: bat (small flying mammal)
netremice {adv} :: literally "without blinking": fixedly, very carefully
neučtiv {adj} :: impolite
neudat {adj} :: unmarried (said of a woman)
neudoban {adj} :: uncomfortable
neudobno {adv} :: uncomfortably
neugledan {adj} :: insignificant (lacking importance or prominence)
neugodan {adj} :: awkward
neugodan {adj} :: unpleasant
neugodan {adj} :: uncomfortable
neugodno {adv} :: awkwardly
neugodno {adv} :: unpleasantly
neugodno {adv} :: uncomfortably
neuhvatljiv {adj} :: uncatchable
neuhvatljivo {adv} :: uncatchably
neuk {adj} :: ignorant, uneducated, unschooled
neukost {f} [uncountable] :: ignorance
neukrotiv {adj} :: untameable, ungovernable
neukusan {adj} :: tasteless
neukusno {adv} :: tastelessly
neuljudan {adj} :: uncivil, impolite, rude
neuljudno {adv} :: impolitely, rudely
neumeren {adj} :: intemperate, immoderate, excessive
neumereno {adv} :: intemperately, immoderately, excessively
neumerenost {f} [uncountable] :: intemperance, immoderateness, excessiveness
neumestan {adj} :: improper, inappropriate
neumitan {adj} :: inevitable, inexorable
neumjeren {adj} :: intemperate, immoderate, excessive
neumjereno {adv} :: intemperately, immoderately, excessively
neumjerenost {f} [uncountable] :: intemperance, immoderateness, excessiveness
neumjestan {adj} :: improper, inappropriate
neumoran {adj} :: tireless, relentless
neumorno {adv} :: tirelessly
neuništiv {adj} :: indestructible
neuništivost {f} [uncountable] :: indestructibility
neuobičajen {adj} :: unusual, uncommon
neuobičajen {adj} :: strange, odd
neuobičajeno {adv} :: unusually
neupadljiv {adj} :: inconspicuous, unobtrusive
neupadljivo {adv} :: inconspicuously, unobtrusively
neuporabljiv {adj} [Croatia] :: useless
neuralgičan {adj} :: neuralgic
neuralgija {f} :: neuralgia
neurasteničan {adj} :: neurasthenic
neurastenija {f} :: neurasthenia
neurastenik {m} :: neurasthenic
neuravnotežen {adj} :: unbalanced, unstable
neuravnotežen {adj} [of a person] :: eccentric
neuredan {adj} :: untidy, disorderly
neuredan {adj} :: sloppy, slovenly
neuredan {adj} :: irregular
neuredno {adv} :: untidily, disorderly
neuredno {adv} :: irregularly
neurednost {f} :: untidiness
neuroleptik {m} :: antipsychotic (any of a group of drugs used to treat psychosis)
neurolog {m} :: neurologist
neurologija {f} :: neurology
neurološki {adj} :: neurologic
neurološki {adv} :: neurologically
neuron {m} :: neuron
neuropsihofarmakologija {f} :: neuropsychopharmacology
neurotičan {adj} :: neurotic
neurotik {m} :: neurotic
neuroza {f} :: neurosis
neusiljen {adj} :: natural, relaxed
neusiljeno {adv} :: naturally, without affectation
neusiljenost {f} [uncountable] :: genuineness, unceremoniousness
neuspeh {m} :: failure
neuspelo {adv} :: unsuccessfully
neuspelost {f} [uncountable] :: unsuccessful
neuspeo {adj} :: unsuccessful
neuspešan {adj} :: unsuccessful
neuspešno {adv} :: unsuccessfully
neuspešnost {f} [uncountable] :: failure, unsuccessfulness
neuspio {adj} :: unsuccessful
neuspjeh {m} :: failure
neuspjelo {adv} :: unsuccessfully
neuspjelost {f} [uncountable] :: unsuccessful
neuspješan {adj} :: unsuccessful
neuspješno {adv} :: unsuccessfully
neuspješnost {f} [uncountable] :: failure, unsuccessfulness
neusporediv {adj} :: (Croatian) incomparable
neustavan {adj} :: unconstitutional
neustavno {adv} :: unconstitutionally
neustrašiv {adj} :: fearless, brave
neustrašivo {adv} :: fearlessly, bravely
neustrašivost {f} [uncountable] :: fearlessness, bravery
neutaživ {adj} :: insatiable
neutešan {adj} :: disconsolate, brokenhearted
neutešiv {adj} :: disconsolate, brokenhearted
neutješan {adj} :: disconsolate, brokenhearted
neutješiv {adj} :: disconsolate, brokenhearted
neutralan {adj} :: neutral
neutralizirati {vt impf pf} :: to neutralize
neutralnost {f} :: neutrality
neutrino {m} [particle] :: neutrino
neutron {m} [physics] :: neutron
neuverljiv {adj} :: unconvincing
neuverljivo {adv} :: unconvincingly
neuvjerljiv {adj} :: unconvincing
neuvjerljivo {adv} :: unconvincingly
nevaljao {adj} :: nasty, mean
nevaljao {adj} :: unusable
nevažan {adj} :: unimportant
nevelik {adj} :: rather small
neven {m} :: marigold
neven {adj} :: everlasting
nevera {f} :: treachery
nevera {f} :: faithlessness
nevera {f} :: disloyalty
nevera {f} :: infidelity
nevera {f} [Croatia, maritime] :: storm
neveran {adj} :: faithless, disloyal, unfaithful
neveran {adj} :: infidel
neverica {f} :: disbelief, incredulity, doubt
nevernica {f} :: infidel, unbeliever
nevernica {f} :: disloyal woman
nevernički {adj} :: disloyal, unfaithful
nevernički {adj} :: infidel
nevernik {m} :: infidel, unbeliever
neverni Toma {m} :: doubting Thomas
neverno {adv} :: unfaithfully, disloyally
nevesta {f} :: bride
nevešt {adj} :: clumsy, unskilled
nevidljiv {adj} :: invisible
nevidljivo {adv} :: invisibly
nevidljivost {f} :: invisibility
nevin {adj} :: innocent
nevin {adj} :: virginal, chaste
nevino {adv} :: innocently
nevinost {f} :: innocence
nevinost {f} :: chastity
nevjera {f} :: treachery
nevjera {f} :: faithlessness
nevjera {f} :: disloyalty
nevjera {f} :: infidelity
nevjeran {adj} :: faithless, disloyal, unfaithful
nevjeran {adj} :: infidel
nevjerica {f} :: disbelief, incredulity, doubt
nevjernica {f} :: infidel, unbeliever
nevjernica {f} :: disloyal woman
nevjernički {adj} :: disloyal, unfaithful
nevjernički {adj} :: infidel
nevjernik {m} :: infidel, unbeliever
nevjerni Toma {m} :: doubting Thomas (one who requires proof)
nevjerno {adv} :: unfaithfully, disloyally
nevjesta {f} :: bride
nevješt {adj} :: clumsy, unskilled
nevolja {f} :: trouble, misfortune
nevolja {f} :: need, necessity
nevreme {n} :: storm, foul weather
nevreme {n} :: inappropriate, inopportune moment or period
nevrijeme {n} :: storm, foul weather
nevrijeme {n} :: inappropriate, inopportune moment or period
nezaboravan {adj} :: memorable, unforgettable
nezaboravljiv {adj} :: unforgettable
nezadovoljan {adj} :: dissatisfied
nezadovoljno {adv} :: with displeasure
nezadovoljstvo {n} :: dissatisfaction, discontentment
nezahvalan {adj} :: ungrateful, unthankful
nezahvalan {adj} :: unrewarding, thankless (job, duty, activity)
nezahvalnica {f} :: ungrateful person
nezahvalnik {m} :: ungrateful person
nezahvalno {adv} :: ungratefully
nezahvalnost {f} [uncountable] :: ingratitude, thanklessness
nezakonit {adj} :: illegal, unlawful
nezakonito {adv} :: illegally, unlawfully
nezakonski {adj} :: illegal
nezamećen {adj} :: unnoticed
nezamenjiv {adj} :: irreplaceable
nezamijećen {adj} :: unnoticed
nezamisliv {adj} :: inconceivable, unthinkable, unimaginable
nezamislivo {adv} :: inconceivably, unimaginably, unthinkably
nezamjenjiv {adj} :: irreplaceable
nezanimljiv {adj} :: uninteresting
nezanimljivo {adv} :: uninterestingly
nezapažen {adj} :: unnoticed
nezaposlen {adj} :: unemployed
nezaposlenost {f} :: unemployment
nezasićen {adj} :: unsaturated
nezasitan {adj} :: insatiable
nezasitljiv {adj} :: insatiable
nezasitno {adv} :: insatiably
nezaslužen {adj} :: undeserved
nezaštićen {adj} :: unprotected, unguarded, unsheltered
nezavidan {adj} :: unenviable
nezavisan {adj} :: (Bosnian, Montenegrin, Serbian) independent
nezavisno {adv} :: (Bosnian, Montenegrin, Serbian): independently
nezavisnost {f} :: independence
nezdrav {adj} :: unhealthy
nezdravo {adv} :: unhealthily
nezgoda {f} :: trouble
nezgoda {f} :: accident, mishap
nezgodan {adj} :: inconvenient (of a situation, time etc.)
nezgodan {adj} :: unpleasant, uncomfortable
nezgodno {adv} :: inconveniently
nezgodno {adv} :: unpleasantly, uncomfortably
nezgrapan {adj} :: clumsy
nezgrapno {adv} :: clumsily
nezgrapnost {f} :: clumsiness
neznaboštvo {n} [uncountable] :: paganism
neznaboštvo {n} [uncountable] :: atheism
neznabožac {m} :: infidel, pagan
neznalica {f} :: ignoramus
neznan {adj} :: unknown
neznanac {m} :: stranger
neznanje {n} :: ignorance
neznatan {adj} :: insignificant
neznatno {adv} :: insignificantly
nezrelost {f} :: immaturity
nezrelost {f} :: unripeness
nezreo {adj} :: unripe
nezreo {adj} :: immature
nezvan {adj} :: uninvited
nežan {adj} :: tender, delicate, soft
neželjen {adj} :: unwanted
neženja {m} :: bachelor
neženja {m} :: an unmarried man
nežno {adv} :: gently, tenderly, softly
nežnost {f} [uncountable] :: tenderness, softness, delicacy
ni- {prefix} :: Prefix prepended to pronouns to denote a negative meaning, synonymous with ne- (no, not)
ni- {prefix} :: Prefix prepended to copula verb biti in present tense to denote a negative meaning, synonymous with ne- (not)
ni {particle} :: (emphasizes negation) even, either
ni {conj} [shortening of niti] :: neither, nor
-nica {suffix} :: feminine equivalent of -nik
nicati {vi impf} :: to sprout, shoot up
nicati {vi impf} :: to spring up, crop up
nicati {vi impf} :: to appear, emerge, arise
nič {pron} [Kajkavian] :: nothing
nič {pron} [Shtokavian] :: obsolete form of ništa
ničiji {pron} :: no one's, nobody's
niđe {adv} [regional, colloquial] :: nowhere
niem {adj} :: obsolete spelling of nijem
niežnost {f} :: obsolete spelling of nježnost
nigda {adv} [dialectal or Kajkavian] :: never
nigdar {adv} [Kajkavian] :: never
nigde {adv} :: nowhere
nigdje {adv} :: nowhere
nigdo {pron} [Kajkavian] :: nobody, no one
nigđe {adv} [regional, colloquial] :: nowhere
niger {m} [slang, pejorative] :: nigger
Niger {prop} {m} :: Niger (country, river)
Nigerija {prop} {f} :: Nigeria
Nigerijac {prop} {m} :: Nigerian (person)
nigerijski {adj} :: Nigerian
nihče {pron} [Kajkavian] :: no one, nobody
nihilist {m} :: nihilist
nihilistički {adj} :: nihilistic
nihilistički {adv} :: nihilistically
nihilizam {m} :: nihilism
nijansa {f} :: nuance, shade
nijedan {adj} :: no one, none, nobody
nijedan {adj} :: no, any
nijedanput {adv} :: not once, never
nijekati {vt impf} [Croatian] :: to deny
nijem {adj} :: mute, dumb
nijem {adj} :: silent, soundless (movie)
Nijemac {prop} {m} :: German (person)
nijemo {adv} :: mutely, dumbly
nije šija nego vrat {phrase} :: tomayto, tomahto, potayto, potahto (dismissing a distinction as without a difference)
-nik {suffix} :: Suffix appended to nominal stems to create a masculine noun, usually denoting a professional, performer, adherent, place, object, tool or a feature
Nika {prop} {f} [Greek god] :: Nike
Nika {prop} {f} :: given name
nikad {adv} :: never
nikada {adv} :: never
nikaj {pron} [Kajkavian] :: nothing
nikakav {adj} :: any, no
nikakav {adj} :: poor, worthless
nikako {adv} :: in no way
nikako {adv} :: by no means
nikako {adv} :: poorly, badly
nikal {m} :: nickel
nikamo {adv} :: nowhere
Nikaragva {prop} {f} :: Nicaragua
Nikaragvanac {prop} {m} :: Nicaraguan (person)
nikaragvanski {adj} :: Nicaraguan
nikdar {adv} :: obsolete spelling of nigdar
niknuti {vi pf} :: to sprout, shoot up
niknuti {vi pf} :: to spring up, crop up
niknuti {vi pf} :: to appear, emerge, arise
niko {pron} :: no one, nobody
Niko {prop} {m} :: given name
nikoji {adj} :: no, any
Nikola {prop} {m} :: given name
Nikolina {prop} {f} :: given name
Nikoslav {prop} {m} :: given name
nikotin {m} :: nicotine
nikotinski {adj} :: nicotine (containing)
Nikša {prop} {m} :: given name
Nikta {prop} {f} [Greek god] :: Nyx (Greek goddess of the night)
nikud {adv} :: nowhere (with respect to change of position; compare nȉgdje/nȉgde)
nikuda {adv} :: nowhere (with respect to change of position; compare nȉgdje/nȉgde)
Nil {prop} {m} :: the Nile
nili {m} [logic] :: NOR
nimalo {adv} :: not a bit
nimalo {adv} :: not at all
nimalo {adv} :: nothing at all
nimbus {m} [religion] :: halo
nimbus {m} :: nimbus
nimfa {f} [mythology] :: nymph
nimfa {f} :: nymph (insect larva)
nimfomanka {f} :: nymphomaniac
nimfomanski {adj} :: nymphomaniac
nimfomanski {adv} :: nymphomaniacally
-nina {suffix} :: Suffix appended to words to create a feminine noun denoting a fee
nindža {m} :: ninja
Nino {prop} {m} :: given name
Ninoslav {prop} {m} :: given name
niobij {m} :: (Croatian) niobium
nirvana {f} :: nirvana
nisko {adv} :: low, lowly
nisko {adv} :: basely, vulgarly, meanly
niskost {f} :: lowliness, lowness
niskost {f} :: ignominy, meanness
niš {pron} [colloquial] :: nothing
niš {pron} [Chakavian, Kajkavian] :: nothing
Niš {prop} {m} :: Niš (Serbian city)
nišan {m} :: target
nišan {m} :: aim, gunpoint
nišan {m} :: mark
nišan {m} [Islam] :: gravemarker
nišandžija {m} :: marksman
nišandžija {m} :: gunner (artillery soldier who aims a fieldpiece)
nišaniti {vi impf} :: to aim (+ na (at) or prema (at))
nišče {pron} [Kajkavian] :: no one, nobody
ništa {pron} :: nothing
ništarija {f} :: rotter, good-for-nothing
ništavan {adj} :: null, void, worthless
ništavilo {n} :: nothingness
nit {f} :: thread
nit {f} :: flow, continuity
niti {conj} :: nor
niti {conj} :: neither
nitko {pron} :: no one, nobody
nitkov {m} :: scoundrel
nivo {m} :: level
niz {prep} :: down, along (in a constant direction with or opposite another; = dȕž, ȕzdūž, pȍkraj)
niz {m} :: array, sequence, series
niz {m} :: row
niz {m} :: string
niz {m} :: large number of, host of, a number of [+ genitive case]
niz {m} [mathematics] :: series, progression
nizak {adj} :: low
nizak {adj} :: short
nizak {adj} :: low-pitched (of voice)
nizak {adj} :: mean, low-minded
nizak {adj} :: common, vile
nizak {adj} :: near the ground
nizanka {f} [neologism] :: series (television or radio program)
nizati {vt impf} :: to string
nizati {vr impf} :: to follow in succession
nizbrdo {adv} :: downhill
nizina {f} :: lowland
nizinski {adj} :: pertaining to lowlands; low-lying, lowlands-
Nizozemac {prop} {m} :: (Croatian) Dutch
Nizozemka {prop} {f} :: (Croatian) Dutchwoman
Nizozemska {prop} {f} :: the Netherlands
nizozemski {adj} [Croatian] :: Dutch
nizozemski {adj} [Croatian, in masculine, substantive] :: the Dutch language
nizvodice {adv} :: downstream
nizvodno {adv} :: downstream
NK {noun} :: initialism of nogometni klub
no {conj} [after a comparative, regional, dated, expressively] :: than (=nȅgo, ȍd)
no {conj} [denoting exclusion] :: but, however
no {m} [theater] :: noh
no {particle} [in a dialog, when responding to the interlocutor] :: damn right!, you bet! very much so!
nobelij {m} :: nobelium
nobelovac {m} :: Nobel Prize recipient
nobelovka {f} :: Nobel Prize winner
noć {f} :: night
noćas {adv} :: last night
noćas {adv} :: tonight
noćašnji {adj} :: tonight's
noćašnji {adj} :: having occurred in the night just passed
noćenje {n} :: stay, sleepover (live or sleep somewhere temporarily as a visitor or guest)
noćevati {v impf} :: to spend the night
noćima {adv} :: for nights and nights
noćiti {vi impf pf} :: to spend the night
noćna mora {f} :: nightmare
noćni {adj} :: nocturnal, nightly, night
noćobdija {m} :: night watchman
noću {adv} :: at night, by night, in the night
noga {f} :: leg
nogara {f} :: A woman with big legs
nogari {mp} [plurale tantum] :: trestle
nogat {adj} :: bigfooted
nogat {adj} :: long-legged
nogavica {f} :: trouser leg
nogica {f} :: (diminutive) leg
nogomet {m} [sports, Croatian, Bosnian] :: football, soccer
nogometaš {m} [Croatia] :: footballer
nogometašica {f} :: footballer
nogometaški {adj} :: soccer, football (of or pertaining to)
nogometaški {adv} :: as a soccer / football player
nogometni {adj} :: (Croatian) football, soccer (of or pertaining to)
nogostup {m} :: walkway
nohti {m} :: obsolete form of nokti
noj {m} :: ostrich
nojev {adj} :: ostrich's, of an ostrich
nojevski {adj} :: ostrich (of or pertaining to)
nojevski {adv} :: as an ostrich
nokat {m} :: nail (on fingers and toes)
nokaut {m} :: knockout
nokšir {m} :: potty (of a baby)
nokšir {m} :: chamber pot
noktić {m} :: (diminutive) nail (fingernail, toenail)
nomad {m} :: nomad
nomadski {adj} :: nomadic
nomadski {adv} :: nomadically
nomenklatura {f} :: nomenclature
nominalan {adj} :: nominal
nominativ {m} [grammar] :: nominative
nominativni {adj} [grammar] :: nominative
nominativski {adj} [grammar] :: nominative
nominirati {vt impf pf} :: to nominate
nona {f} [Croatia, Chakavian] :: grandmother
nona {f} [Croatia, Chakavian] :: grandma, granny
nona {f} [Croatia, Chakavian] :: old woman
nonkonformist {m} :: nonconformist
nonkonformizam {m} :: nonconformism
nonšalantan {adj} :: nonchalant
nonšalantno {adv} :: nonchalantly
nordijski {adj} :: Nordic
noreti {v impf} [Kajkavian] :: to be crazy
noreti {v impf} [Kajkavian] :: to act crazy
norhaus {m} :: mental institution, madhouse
norhaus {m} :: disarray, chaos
norma {f} :: rule
norma {f} :: norm
normalan {adj} :: normal
normalan {adj} :: sane
normalizirati {vtr impf pf} :: to normalize
normalno {adv} :: normally
normalnost {f} :: normality, normalcy
Norman {prop} {m} :: Norman (member of an ancient Germanic people)
Normandija {prop} {f} :: Normandy
normirati {vt impf pf} :: to standardize, set a norm
Norveška {prop} {f} :: Norway
norveški {adj} :: Norwegian
norveški {adj} [in masculine, substantive] :: the Norwegian language
norveški {adv} :: in a Norwegian manner, as a Norwegian
Norvežanin {prop} {m} :: Norwegian (native of Norway)
Norvežanka {prop} {f} :: Norwegian (native of Norway)
nos {m} [anatomy] :: nose
nosač {m} :: porter, bearer, carrier
nosač {m} :: beam, girder
nosačica {f} :: porter, carrier, bearer
nosati {vt impf} :: to carry in all directions
nosić {m} :: a small nose
nosila {np} [plurale tantum] :: stretcher, gurney
nosilac {m} :: carrier, bearer
nosiljka {f} :: litter, palanquin
nositi {vit impf} :: to carry, bring
nositi {vt impf} :: to wear
nositi {vt impf} :: to produce, bear (fruit)
nositi {vr impf} :: to cope with, to bear, to handle
nosni {adj} :: nasal (of or pertaining to the nose)
nosnik {m} :: a nasal
nosorog {m} :: rhinoceros
nostalgičan {adj} :: nostalgic
nostalgičar {m} :: nostalgic
nostalgično {adv} :: nostalgically
nostalgija {f} :: nostalgia
nošnja {f} :: costume
notacija {f} :: notation
notoran {adj} :: notorious
notorno {adv} :: notoriously
nov {adj} :: new
nov {adj} :: novel
nov {adj} :: modern
nov {adj} :: recent
nov {adj} :: fresh
nova {f} :: nova
novac {m} :: money
novačiti {vt impf} :: to recruit, draft
novajlija {m} :: novice, beginner
novajlija {m} :: newcomer
novak {m} :: recruit
novak {m} :: novice
novčani {adj} :: financial
novčani {adj} :: monetary
novčanica {f} :: banknote
novčanik {m} :: wallet
novčano {adv} :: financially
novčano {adv} :: monetarily
novčić {m} :: coin
novelist {m} :: novelist
novembar {m} :: November
novembarski {adj} :: November (of or pertaining to, occurring in)
novina {f} :: novelty, innovation
novina {f} [dated] :: news
novinar {m} :: journalist
novinarka {f} :: journalist (female)
novinarstvo {n} [uncountable] :: journalism
novine {fp} [plurale tantum] :: newspaper
novinska agencija {f} :: news agency
Novi Sad {prop} {m} :: Novi Sad
Novi zavet {prop} {m} :: New Testament
Novi zavjet {prop} {m} :: New Testament
Novi Zeland {prop} {m} :: New Zealand
novogrčki {adj} :: of or pertaining to the modern Greek (people, language or culture)
Novomir {prop} {m} :: given name
novonastali {adj} :: newly made/created
novorođen {adj} :: newborn
novorođenče {n} :: newborn infant
novosadski {adj} :: of or pertaining to Novi Sad
Novosađanin {prop} {m} :: person from Novi Sad
Novosađanka {prop} {f} :: female person from Novi Sad
Novosibirsk {prop} {m} :: Novosibirsk (oblast)
Novosibirsk {prop} {m} :: Novosibirsk (city/administrative center)
Novoslav {prop} {m} :: given name
novost {f} :: news
novost {f} :: novelty
novotarija {f} [pejorative] :: novelty
novotvorenica {f} :: neologism
novozelandski {adj} :: of or pertaining to New Zealand or its inhabitants
Novozelanđanin {prop} {m} :: New Zealander
Novozelanđanka {prop} {f} :: New Zealander (woman)
nozdrva {f} :: nostril
nož {m} :: knife
nož {m} :: blade
nožica {f} :: (diminutive) leg
nožice {f} [plurale tantum] :: scissors
nožić {m} :: (diminutive) knife
nožurda {f} :: big, ugly leg
npr. {adv} :: e.g.; for example; for instance
nu {conj} [Croatia] :: but
nu {conj} [Croatia] :: however
nucati {v impf} [Kajkavian] :: to need
nucati {v impf} [Kajkavian] :: to use, to make use of
nudist {m} :: nudist
nuditi {vitr impf} :: to offer
nuditi {vi impf} :: to bid
nudizam {m} :: nudism
nuklearan {adj} [physics] :: nuclear
nuklearka {f} :: nuclear power plant
nuklearni {adj} :: nuclear
nukleus {m} :: nucleus
nula {f} :: zero (0)
numerički {adj} :: numerical
numizmatika {f} :: numismatics
nuncij {m} :: nuncio
Nusmir {prop} {m} :: given name
nutarnji {adj} :: internal
nutarnji {adj} :: inner
nutarnji {adj} :: inside
nutrašnji {adj} :: internal
nutrina {f} :: inside, interior
nuzgred {adv} :: by the way
nuzgred {adv} :: casually, in passing
nužan {adj} :: necessary
nužda {f} :: need
nužda {f} :: necessity
nuždan {adj} :: necessary
nuždno {v} :: obsolete spelling of nužno
nužnik {m} :: toilet
nužno {adv} :: necessarily
nužnost {f} :: necessity
nzn {phrase} [Internet slang] :: I don't know; idk
nj {letter} :: The 20th (digraph) letter of the Serbo-Croatian Latin alphabet (gajica), preceded by n and followed by o
Nj {letter} :: The 20th (digraph) letter of the Serbo-Croatian alphabet, preceded by N and followed by O
-nja {suffix} :: Suffix appended to words to create a feminine noun, usually deverbative abstract noun
-nja {suffix} :: Suffix appended to words to create a masculine proper name, e.g. Milonja, Radonja, Strahinja, etc
-njak {suffix} :: Suffix appended to words to create a masculine noun, usually denoting a performer, feature, human relation, result of an action, object, diminutive or a proper name
njakati {vi impf} :: to bray
-njava {suffix} :: Suffix appended to words to create a feminine noun, usually denoting the result of a verbal stem it's appended onto
-nje {suffix} :: Suffix appended to words to create a neuter noun, usually an abstract verbal noun denoting a result of an action
njedra {np} [plurale tantum, literary] :: chest, bosom, breasts
njedra {np} [figurative, literary] :: heart, bosom (deep or inner part of something)
njega {f} :: care, nursing
Njegomir {prop} {m} :: given name
njegov {pron} :: his (that which belongs to him)
njegovatelj {m} :: nurse
njegovateljica {f} :: nurse
njegovateljičin {adj} :: belonging to a nurse
njegovati {vt impf} :: to nurse, tend to, care for
njegovati {vt impf} :: to cherish, foster (tradition, culture, friendship etc.)
njekad {adv} [regional, archaic] :: once, in former times
njekad {adv} [regional, archaic] :: sometimes
njekada {adv} [regional, archaic] :: once, in former times
njekada {adv} [regional, archaic] :: sometimes
Njemačka {prop} {f} :: Germany
njemački {adj} :: German
njemački {adj} [in masculine, substantive] :: the German language
njemački {adv} :: in a German manner, as a German
njemački ovčar {m} :: German Shepherd
Njemica {prop} {f} :: German (German person)
njemu {pron} [clitic, emphatic, possessive, dative] :: alternative form of mu; his, of his
njemu {pron} [clitic, emphatic, possessive, dative] :: alternative form of mu; its, of its
njen {pron} :: her, hers (that which belongs to her)
njezin {pron} :: her, hers
nježan {adj} :: tender, delicate, soft
nježno {adv} :: gently, tenderly, softly
nježnost {f} [uncountable] :: tenderness, softness, delicacy
njihalo {n} :: pendulum
njihati {vtr impf} :: to swing, rock
njihov {pron} :: their, theirs
njima {pron} [clitic, emphatic, possessive, dative] :: alternative form of im; their, of theirs
njiva {f} :: cultivated or tilled field
njoj {pron} [clitic, emphatic, possessive, dative] :: alternative form of joj; her, of hers
njok {m} [regional, culinary] :: gnocchi, dumpling
Nju Delhi {prop} {m} :: New Delhi
njuh {m} [uncountable] :: sense of smell
njuh {m} [figurative] :: knack for finding (something), to have a nose for
Njujorčanin {prop} {m} :: New Yorker
Njujork {prop} {m} :: Njujork (city)
njujorški {adj} :: of or pertaining to New York
njurgalo {n} :: grumbler, nagger
njurgati {vi impf} :: to complain
njurgati {vi impf} :: to nag
njurgavac {m} :: an irritant person
njušiti {vt impf} :: to smell, scent
njušiti {vt impf} :: to sniff
njušiti {vt impf} :: to nose
njuška {f} :: muzzle, snout
njuška {f} [colloquial] :: mouth, face, person
njuškalo {n} :: sniffer
njuškalo {n} :: busybody, nosey parker
njutn {m} :: newton