Top 10 similar words or synonyms for ше

пе    0.906692

че    0.901067

ши    0.899631

ша    0.891101

ло    0.889842

ха    0.885116

пя    0.881367

ва    0.878194

ще    0.876621

му    0.876306

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for ше

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History of the Bulgarian language A new class of verbs developed with stems in -a-, conjugating like the old athematic verbs, e.g. имам, имаш, etc., (to have). Another characteristic of this period is the emergence of a shortened form of the future tense marker - "ще" in modern literary language and "че," "ке," and "ше" in dialect forms. The marker originates from the 3rd person singular present tense form of the verb "hotjeti" - to want). The Renarrative verb form possibly appeared around the end of the Second Bulgarian Empire, though it could also be attributed to subsequent Turkish influence.
Alexander Sheller Alexander Konstantinovch Sheller (Алекса′ндр Константи′нович Ше′ллер, 11 August 1838, Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire, – 4 December 1900, Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire) was a Russian writer of Estonian and Polish origins. A regular contributor to "Sovremennik", "Delo" and "Russkoye Slovo", Sheller published numerous stories, poems, translations, articles and essays, often using the pseudonym A.Mikhaylov, and is sometimes referred to as A.K. Sheller-Mikhaylov. His best-known novel was "Gnilyie bolota" (Putrid Moors, 1864), followed by "Zhizn Shupova" (The Life of Shupov, 1865) and "Staryie gnyozda" (Old Nests, 1875). The Complete Works of A.K. Sheller-Mikhaylov in 15 volumes came out in 1895.