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Love is the extra effort we make in our dealings with those whom we do not like and once you understand that, you understand all. This idea that love overtakes you is nonsense. This is but a polite manifestation of sex. To love another you have to undertake some fragment of their destiny.
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Bosnian

Etymology

o- + tok

Noun

otok m (plural otoci)

  1. island

Declension

Declension of otok Singular Plural
Nominative otok otoci
Genitive otoka otoka
Dative otoku otocima
Accusative otok otoke
Vocative otoče otoci
Instrumental otokom otocima
Locative otoku otocima


Synonyms


Croatian

Etymology

o- + tok

Noun

otok m (plural otoci)

  1. island

Declension


Czech

Noun

otok m.

  1. swelling

Serbian

Etymology

o- + tok

Noun

otok m. (plural otoci) (Cyrillic spelling оток)

  1. island

Declension

Declension of otok Singular Plural
Nominative otok otoci
Genitive otoka otoka
Dative otoku otocima
Accusative otok otoke
Vocative otoče otoci
Instrumental otokom otocima
Locative otoku otocima


Synonyms


Slovene

o- + tok

Noun

otok m.

  1. island (area of land surrounded by water)

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