MacedonianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *kadъ.

NounEdit

кад (kadm

  1. smoke

Serbo-CroatianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Slavic *kogъda, a compound of *ko (from Proto-Indo-European *kʷos) and *gъda, genitive singular of *godъ (compare Old Church Slavonic годъ (godŭ, right time)), thus originally meaning "at what time".

Alternative formsEdit

PronunciationEdit

ConjunctionEdit

ка̏д (Latin spelling kȁd)

  1. (interrogative) when
    Кад ћеш доћи?When will you come?
  2. when
    Не знам кад ћу стићи на састанак.I don't know when I will arrive at the meeting.
    Само што је пала ноћ, кад поче киша.The nigh has just fallen, when the rain began.
  3. (subjunctive only) if (= да)
    Кад бих само имао мало више слободног времена...If only I had a little more free time...
  4. in miscellaneous constructs
    кад(а) годwhenever
    мало кадrarely
    кад-тадsooner or later
    (т)ко зна кадwho knows when

AdverbEdit

ка̏д (Latin spelling kȁd)

  1. ever (compare и̏кад)
    Да ли си кад био у Бечу?Have you ever been to Vienna?
  2. sometimes (compare не̏кад)
    Идем на посао кад трамвајем, кад аутобусом.I go to work sometimes by tram, and sometimes by bus.
    како кад, кад какоsometimes this way, sometimes that way
  3. in miscellaneous constructs
    имати кад (за..)to have enough time (for..)
    Нисам имао кад да ти се јавим.I didn't have enough time to call you.

Etymology 2Edit

From Proto-Slavic *kadъ.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

ка̑д m (Latin spelling kȃd)

  1. incense
    Synonym: ка̀дило
DeclensionEdit

YagnobiEdit

PronounEdit

кад (kad)

  1. when