What does Da mean in polish?
Da is not Polish. It is Russian for yes. The Polish equivalent is Tak.
this is how you say will do in Polish: da sie zrobić Thanks, :PPP
the word for water in Polish is "woda" pronounced vo-da.
Da Bears Da Bears Da Bears Da Bears, Polish Sausage, Ditka
in Polish: Floryda, pronounced: flo as in flock ry as in rhythm da as in damp
If you mean Polish people - it's Poles. If you mean the cleaning spray or liquid, then it's simply polish.
Do you mean what is the Polish equivilent for the name 'Katie'? Katarzyna
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Names do not have meanings in Polish
"Mad" in Polish is "szalony".
"Bottle" in Polish means "butelka".
Niedziela means "Sunday" in Polish.
Do you mean the Polish Lowland Sheepdog?
Nothing - it's not a Polish word.
Nothing - it's not a Polish word.
"Frank" in Polish is "Franciszek" or "Franek".
It's not a Polish word.
If by Polish people, you mean those of Polish descent, no. I'm a Polish-American who has blue eyes.
I'm not aware of any meaning. Polish people often use 'hi' to mean as it does in English but the general word for 'hi' in Polish is Czesc!
Very close, but kon doesn't mean anything in Polish. Horse=Koń.
it mean "are the" as in, You da man!
"Jaja" in Polish means "eggs" or "balls"
Tak means yes in polish
"Åšledzik" in Polish means herring (a fish).
If you mean "grandmother" it would be in Polish "babcia".
Prosze polish can mean both Please and You're welcome. You have to know what the context is to know which prosze a person may mean.
English and other names dont mean anything in Polish. Its like I would ask you: what does the name Jacek mean in english?.
Do you mean "vacation". In Polish it means "wakacje" or "urlop".
Kielbasa is a Polish word, meaning 'traditional polish sausage'.
We'll I mean you can polish it, but its pointless, its just going to get dirty.
I'm guessing you mean in POLAND since polish is a language and that you mean the traditional polish costumes not the normal clothing.... Anyways, people DO NOT normally wear traditional costumes.
I belive by 'polish' you mean 'Polish language'? Well then. Thank (you)- Dziękuję (Ci), Thanks - Dzięki. Hope it helps.
"Vodka" in Polish is "wódka". It is a liquor with an alcohol content of about 40%.
I assume by lanuegue you mean language. Jezyk is the Polish word
"Welcome" in Polish means "Witaj" (singular) or "Witajcie" (plural).
"Jack" in Polish is "Jacek". It is a very popular name in Poland.
it isn't actually kurva its krowa it means cow in polish
Kroll is a variant of the Polish surname Król, which means "king".
LOT means 'flight' in Polish, just that.
Zurek is a type of Polish soup. Lol.
If you mean language then i can help. Children in polish is: Dzieci. Hope i helped ;)
"Jan" is a male first name and it is a Polish version of "John".
FijaÅ‚kiewicz is a family name in Polish, it has no meaning itself.
this mean fat pedal..
It doesn't mean anything.
you mean jak sie masz??? how do you do
"Åšwierczek" in Polish means small spruce tree.
"You must be joking" in Polish mean "Chyba Å¼artujesz".
Emily is a name. Polish version is "Emilia" (formal) or "Emilka" (diminutive).
Spanish for "little polish girl." Polaka (polish girl) + ita (little)
There is no eagle in the Polish flag, but see their emblem in the related link.