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Serbian House Vocabulary

Kuća

Would you like to learn some words to describe your house in the Serbian language? Here you’ll find all Serbian house vocabulary in one page, with native speaker audio files. In the end you’ll find a fun quiz to test how well you know places around a house.

House and home in Serbian: Fun Facts

If you speak a Slavic language, like Russian, you know that dom means house. But in Serbian, the word for house is kuća, and dom means home.

But it’s a little bit mixed up part of the Serbian house vocabulary.

Here’s why. “I’m going home” in Serbian sounds “Idem kući”, but in south Serbia they’ll say “Dom si idem”, and in Croatian “Idem doma”.

Also, housewife is called domaćica, and your Serbian host is domaćin.

I hope you write your domaći zadatak (home work) regularyl!

Home made food is the best: domaća hrana.

 

Now let’s move on to the words that describe particular parts of our homes.

Serbian house vocabulary

Serbian house vocabulary: parts of the house

Read the word and click on the play icon to listen to the native speaker and practice pronunciation.

potkrovlje

attic

prizemlje

ground fl.

podrum

basement

ostava

pantry

prvi sprat

first floor

drugi sprat

second fl.

krov

roof

dimnjak

chimney

Serbian house vocabulary: rooms

We have two words for a room in Serbian: soba and prostorija. The two words are similar, but distinct. Prostorija is actually a wider notion and includes soba.

Soba includes living room, bedroom, working room or home office. Prostorija includes kitchen, corridor, bathroom, anteroom and every soba too.

Let’s learn all the rooms in a house – sve prostorije u kući:

predsoblje

anteroom

dnevna soba

living room

spavaća soba

bedroom

radna soba

workroom

kuhinja

kitchen

kupatilo

bathroom

hodnik

corridor

Serbian house vocabulary: in a room

There are many thins we have in our rooms. We’ll list the basic ones here. For all the furniture and other room details, and also to learn how to use these words in proper sentences, refer to the course Moj dom (My Home).

zid

wall

pod

floor

plafon

ceiling

luster

chandelier

sijalica

lightbulb

prozor

window

vrata

door

prag

doorstep

peć

furnace

radijator

radiator

Serbian house vocabulary: outside the house

Here are some important things we have outside our houses. Read along!

ulaz

entrance

izlaz

exit

dvorište

yard

terasa

terrace

garaža

garage

stepenik

step

stepenište

staircase

Test your house!

House in Serbian language

This simple quiz will show you how many Serbian rooms you have actually learned.

How to use house vocabulary in Serbian sentences?

If you liked this lesson, come on inside Serbonika’s courses and learn a lot more! Train to make correct Serbian sentences with our new Vocabulary course “My Home”.

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