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Bosnian

Etymology 1

From Old Church Slavonic бъіти (byti), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰeu(H)-

Verb

biti [[Category:Template:lang:bs verbs|biti]]

  1. to be
  2. to exist
Conjugation
Full form singular plural
first person jesam jesmo
second person jesi jeste
third person jeste jesu
Clitic form singular plural
first person sam smo
second person si ste
third person je su

Etymology 2

From Old Church Slavonic бити (biti), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰiH-.

Verb

biti [[Category:Template:lang:bs verbs|biti]]

  1. to beat

Croatian

Etymology 1

From Old Church Slavonic бъіти (byti), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰeu(H)- (whence also English be).

Verb

biti (pf.) and (impf.)

  1. to be
  2. to exist
Conjugation
Full form singular plural
first person jesam jesmo
second person jesi jeste
third person jest jesu
Clitic form singular plural
first person sam smo
second person si ste
third person je su
Derived terms

Etymology 2

From Old Church Slavonic бити (biti), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰiH-.

Verb

biti

  1. to beat
Derived terms

Latvian

Noun

biti - singular accusative form of bite; plural nominative form of bits

  1. bee (base form (en))
  2. bit (base form (en))
Fifth declension noun
singular plural
nominative bite bites
genitive bites bišu
dative bitei bitēm
accusative biti bites
locative bitē bitēs
First declension noun
singular plural
nominative bits biti
genitive bita bitu
dative bitam bitiem
accusative bitu bitus
locative bitā bitos

Serbian

Etymology 1

From Old Church Slavonic бъіти (byti), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰeu(H)-

Verb

biti (Cyrillic spelling бити)

  1. to be
  2. to exist
Conjugation
Full form singular plural
first person jesam jesmo
second person jesi jeste
third person jeste jesu
Clitic form singular plural
first person sam smo
second person si ste
third person je su

Etymology 2

From Old Church Slavonic бити (biti), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰiH-.

Verb

biti (Cyrillic spelling бити)

  1. to beat

Slovene

Etymology

Old Church Slavonic бъіти (byti), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰeu(H)-

Verb

biti

  1. to be

Conjugation

Verbal nouns Infinitive biti
Supine -
Gerunds Present Active -
Past Active bivši
Participles Number Singular Dual Plural
Gender m. f. n. m. f. n. m. f. n.
Present Active bodoč bodoča bodoče bodoča bodoči bodoči bodoči bodoče bodoča
Past Active bil bila bile bila bili bili bili bile bila
Past Passive - - - - - - - - -
Number Singular Dual Plural
Person First Second Third First Second Third First Second Third
Tenses jaz ti on / ona / ono midva / midve vidva / vedve onadva / onidve mi vi oni / one / ona
Indicative Present sem si je sva sta sta smo ste so
Future bom boš bo bova bosta bosta bomo boste bodo
Past sem bil si bil je bil sva bila sta bila sta bila smo bili ste bili so bili
Pluperfect sem bil bil si bil bil je bil bil sva bila bila sta bila bila sta bila bila smo bili bili ste bili bili so bili bili
Conditional Present bi bil bi bil bi bil bi bila bi bila bi bila bi bili bi bili bi bili
Past bi bil bil bi bil bil bi bil bil bi bila bila bi bila bila bi bila bila bi bili bili bi bili bili bi bili bili
Imperative - bodi naj je bodiva bodita naj sta bodimo bodito naj so

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