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Plaska a.k.a. Płaska, is a village in Augustów County, Podlaskie Voivodeship, in north-eastern Poland, close to the border with Belarus. It is the seat of the gmina called Gmina Płaska. It lies approximately 20 kilometres east of Augustów and 88 km north of the regional capital Białystok.
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A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
plaska, to paddle or dabble. Dan. pladske, to splash: Gael. splaidse, to fall with a noise, to squash]: water or slush thrown upon anything, particularly from a puddle; a noise, as from water thrown up: W. to bespatter with ...
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
[plaska, Swedish. They hav« both an affinity with plus!/.] To daub with .tiirt itigrcat quantities. Though still some traces of our rustic vein, And splaifuit verse remain'd . Pope. * SPLAYMOUTI1. n. s. [fptey and rr.otttb.} Mouth widened by design.
by Walter William Skeat
plaska (for platska*), to dabble; from the base PLAT, to strike, seen in A. S. plattan or plcettian, to strike ; see Pat. Compare plod. Plash (2), to pleach ; see Ply. Plaster, Plastic ; see Plate.
E - P by Hensleigh Wedgwood
plaska, Du. plasschen, to paddle, splash. Du. plasregen, G. platzregen, a dashing shower. Du. plas, plasch, E. plash, a puddle, or shallow pool of rainwater. To Plash, 2, Pleach. Fr. plesser, to fold or ...
The school etymological dictionary and word-book. (Chiefly an abridgment) [of Etymological and pronouncing dictionary]. (1872)
by James Stormonth
plaska, to paddle), slush thrown upon anything, particularly from a puddle : v. to bespatter with water or mud ; to dash about water or slush : splashy, a. wet and muddy. □platter, v. spiat'ttr (another ...
[plaska, Swedish.] To daub with dirt in great quantities. Then answer'd squire Morley, pray get a calash, That in summer may burn, and in winter may splash. Prior. SPLASH, s. Wet or dirt thrown up from a puddle, or the like.
Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
Plash, n > plaska.
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations, by Examples from the Best Writers, to which are Prefixed a History of the Language, and an English Grammar by Samuel Johnson, Henry John Todd
[plaska, Swedish. They have both an affinity with Nash.) To daub with dirt in great rmantities. Spla'shy. adj.
A Dictionary of the English Language; in which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals; and Illustrated in Their Different Significations ... Together with a History of the Language, and an English Grammar. By Samuel Johnson ... Whith Numerous Corrections, and with the Addition of Several Thousand Words ... by the Rev. H.J. Todd ... In Four Volumes. Vol. 1. [-4.] (1818)
Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language, Including a Very Copious Selection of Scientific Terms ... The Pronunciation Carefully Revised by P.H. Phelp (1890)
pladdern Sw, plaska, to dle or dabble: Dan. plulse, to shower down), water or slush thrown upon anything, particularly from a puddle: v. to bespatter with water or mud, or suchlike; to strike or dash about water ...
plaska, to paddle or dabble: Dan. pladse, to shower down), water or slush thrown upon anything, particularly from a puddle : v. to bespatter with ...
A Dictionary of the English Language ... Abridged from the Rev. H. J. Todd's corrected and enlarged ... edition, by Alexander Chalmers (1824)
by Samuel Johnson, Alexander Chalmers, Henry John TODD (Archdeacon of Cleveland.)
[plaska, Swed.] To daub with dirt in great quantities. Prior. SPLASH. n. s. Wet or dirt thrown up from a uddle, mire, or the like. SPLA/SHY. a. Full of dirty water; apt to daub. To SPLAY. v. a. To dislocate or break a horse's shoulder-bone.
Including Not Only an Explanation of Difficult Words and Technical Terms in All Faculties and Professions ... To which are Added, a Chronological Series of Remarkable Events ... by James Barclay, William Shorton
[plaska, Swed.] to daub with mud or dirt in great quantities. SPLA'YFOOT, a. having the foot turned outwards.
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