All Slavic languages: Sunny side up

Discussion in 'Other Slavic Languages' started by Diaspora, Feb 23, 2009.

  1. Diaspora Senior Member

    USA
    Serbocroatian, English
    In BCS, we say "na oku" (on the eye)to indicate that we want our eggs sunny side up, hence the yolk facing up and intact.

    How do you say this in other Slavic languages?
     
  2. hinko Senior Member

    slovenia, slovenian
    jajce na oko
     
  3. TriglavNationalPark

    TriglavNationalPark Senior Member

    Chicago, IL, U.S.A.
    Slovenian (a.k.a. Slovene)
    It's essentially the same in Slovenian: jajce na oko

    NOTE: A literal Slovenian translation of BCS "na oku" would be "na očesu", but the idiom involves a different case in Slovenian.

    EDIT: Hinko beat me to it!
     
  4. Azori

    Azori Senior Member

    In Slovak it's volské oko, pl. volské oká/oči.
     
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  5. dudasd

    dudasd Senior Member

    Serbia
    Serbo-Croatian
    In BCS we say "na oko" actually. :) ("to(wards) eye(-like appearance)" = eye-like, something like that; not "on the eye")
     
  6. Jana337

    Jana337 Senior Member

    čeština
    Czech: "volské oko" or simply "očko"
     
  7. Diaspora Senior Member

    USA
    Serbocroatian, English
    So it is essentially the same in every Slavic language? BTW, what does "volské" mean?
     
  8. texpert Senior Member

    Czech
    Volské oko - a bull's eye.
    Makes little sense? Never mind. I wasn't particularly quick to take up this expression either.
     
  9. .Jordi. Senior Member

    polonès
    If we're taking about this, in Polish we would call it jajko sadzone, nothing to do with oko.
     
  10. lunito New Member

    Croacia (Rijeka)
    Croatian (hrvatski)
    Croatian: Jaje na oko :D
     
  11. iobyo Senior Member

    Bitola, Macedonia
    Macedonian
    The same in Macedonian: јајце на око ("jajce na oko").
     
  12. winpoj Senior Member

    In Czech, we also have "sázené vejce" along with "volské oko". By contrast, I have never heard Jana's "očko". Perhaps a regional thing.
     
  13. Latinoamericana Junior Member

    Croatia
    Croatian
    Jaje na oko
     
  14. Saluton Senior Member

    Moscow, Russia
    Russian
    In Russian, eggs fried this way are called глазунья (glazun'ya).
     
  15. DarkChild Senior Member

    Bulgarian
    In Bulgarian you say яйца на очи/ na ochi.
     
  16. ilocas2

    ilocas2 Senior Member

    We always said buličí voko at home.

    It comes from "bulící oko" - crying eye

    "bulet" is derrogatory term for "to cry"
     
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  17. Selyd Senior Member

    ucraniano
    Українською:
    випускнá яєчня
    окáта яєчня
     
  18. Ottilie

    Ottilie Senior Member

    Moldova
    Romanian(1st) / Russian (2nd)
    Russian : глазунья / выпускная яичница
     
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  19. Saluton Senior Member

    Moscow, Russia
    Russian
    Never heard выпускная яичница.
     
  20. Ottilie

    Ottilie Senior Member

    Moldova
    Romanian(1st) / Russian (2nd)
    Надо же! Либо я сама охренела,либо такого вообще не существует . Взглянитe

    http://www.google.ru/images?q=выпус...=UTF-8&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&biw=1280&bih=871

    http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Яичница

    Понятия не имею,в чем же разница,но все же такое блюдо и такое название непременно существует,по крайней мере ,бабушка всегда готовила такое блюдо
     
    Last edited: Aug 19, 2010

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