1000 most common Polish words

Since Polish is a Slavic language, and therefore many of the 1000 most common Polish words are of Slavic origin.

There are also some Polish vocabulary words which are borrowed from other languages, in particular Latin, German and French.

Here is a list of the most common words in the Polish language. This list can be filtered by word type (nouns, adjectives, etc.. ) by clicking on the buttons below.

List of the most common Polish vocabulary words

  1. w [preposition] (in)
  2. i [conjunction] (and)
  3. na [preposition] (on)
  4. z [preposition] (from)
  5. być [verb] (to be)
  6. się [pronoun] (oneself)
  7. do [preposition] (to)
  8. nie [particle] (no)
  9. to [pronoun] (this)
  10. on [pronoun] (he)
  11. ten [pronoun] (this)
  12. który [pronoun] (what)
  13. że [conjunction] (that)
  14. o [preposition] (at)
  15. mieć [verb] (to have) This Polish vocabulary word is related to the Czech word « mít » and the Russian word « иметь » (imet')
  16. a [conjunction] (and)
  17. rok [noun] (year) This is the highest ranking noun in this Polish vocabulary frequency list.
  18. jak [conjunction] (as)
  19. od [preposition] (from)
  20. po [preposition] (after)
  21. dla [preposition] (for)
  22. co [pronoun] (what)
  23. za [preposition] (behind)
  24. móc [verb] (may)
  25. przez [preposition] (across)
  26. ale [conjunction] (but)
  27. czy [particle] (if)
  28. oraz [conjunction] (and)
  29. osoba [noun] (person) This Polish vocabulary word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « osoba » and the Russian word « особа » (osoba)
  30. zostać [verb] (to stay)
  31. bardzo [adverb] (very much)
  32. swój [pronoun] (his) This Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « svůj » and the Russian word « свой » (svoj)
  33. taki [pronoun] (such) This common Polish word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « taký » and the Russian word « такой » (takoj)
  34. ja [pronoun] (I)
  35. czas [noun] (time)
  36. już [adverb] (already)
  37. nowy [adjective] (new) This is the highest ranking adjective in in this list of the 1000 most common Polish words.
  38. tak [adverb]
  39. tylko [particle] (only) This Polish vocabulary word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « toliko » and the Russian word « только » (tol'ko)
  40. jeden [numeral] (one)
  41. inny [pronoun] (other)
  42. nasz [pronoun] (our) This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « náš » and the Russian word « наш » (nas)
  43. Polska [proper noun] (Poland)
  44. praca [noun] (work)
  45. dzień [noun] (day) This common Polish vocabulary word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « den » and the Russian word « день » (den')
  46. my [pronoun] (we)
  47. też [particle] (too)
  48. pierwszy [adjective] (first) This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « první » and the Russian word « первый » (pervyj)
  49. miejsce [noun] (place)
  50. jednak [conjunction] (however)
  51. przy [preposition] (at) This common Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « při » and the Russian word « при » (pri)
  52. także [particle] (also)
  53. siebie [pronoun] (myself)
  54. przed [preposition] (before)
  55. lub [conjunction] (or)
  56. bo [conjunction] (because)
  57. strona [noun] (page)
  58. sam [adjective] (alone)
  59. dziecko [noun] (child)
  60. dwa [numeral] (two)
  61. polski [adjective] (Polish) This adjective is formed by applying the suffix “-ski” to the proper noun « Polska » meaning “Poland”, which is also in this list of Polish words.
  62. dobry [adjective] (good) This Polish vocabulary word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « dobrý » and the Russian word « добрый » (dobryj)
  63. można [verb]
  64. raz [noun] (once)
  65. pod [preposition] (under)
  66. wszystek [adjective] This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « vše » and the Russian word « весь » (ves')
  67. złoty [adjective] (gold)
  68. wiele [numeral] (many)
  69. jaki [pronoun] (what)
  70. jeszcze [particle] (yet) This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « ještě » and the Russian word « ещё » (jesco)
  71. człowiek [noun] (man) This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « člověk » and the Russian word « человек » (celovek)
  72. firma [noun] (company)
  73. również [particle] (also)
  74. by [conjunction]
  75. chcieć [verb] (to want)
  76. miasto [noun] (city) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « místo » and the Russian word « место » (mesto)
  77. duży [adjective] (big) This Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « duží » and the Russian word « дюжий » (djuzij)
  78. każdy [pronoun] (each)
  79. dom [noun] (house)
  80. cały [adjective] (whole) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « celý » and the Russian word « целый » (celyj)
  81. mówić [verb] (to speak) This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « mluvit » and the Russian word « молвить » (molvit'). See here for a linguistic comparison of Polish and Czech.
  82. sprawa [noun] (case)
  83. musieć [verb] (must)
  84. wszystko [pronoun] (everything) This Polish pronoun is formed by adding the suffix “-o” to the word « wszystek » meaning “every”, which is also in this list of common Polish words.
  85. kolejny [adjective] (next)
  86. nawet [particle] (even)
  87. przypadek [noun] (coincidence)
  88. godzina [noun] (hour) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « hodina » and the Russian word « година » (godina)
  89. jako [conjunction] (as)
  90. bez [preposition] (without)
  91. aby [conjunction] (to)
  92. kilka [numeral] (several) This Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « kolik » and the Russian word « сколько » (skol'ko)
  93. drugi [adjective] (the other)
  94. ulica [noun] (street) This common Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « ulic » and the Russian word « улица » (ulica). See here for a linguistic comparison of Polish and Russian.
  95. u [preposition] (at)
  96. gdy [conjunction] (when)
  97. informacja [noun] (information)
  98. tysiąc [noun] (thousand) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « tisíc » and the Russian word « тысяча » (tysjaca)
  99. mój [pronoun] (mine)
  100. życie [noun] (life)
  101. kraj [noun] (country) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « kraj » and the Russian word « край » (kraj)
  102. jeśli [conjunction] (if)
  103. dobrze [adverb] (well)
  104. gdzie [pronoun] (where)
  105. podczas [preposition] (during)
  106. teraz [adverb] (now)
  107. wiedzieć [verb] (to know) This common Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « vědět » and the Russian word « вести » (vesti)
  108. sytuacja [noun] (situation)
  109. ostatni [adjective] (last)
  110. ponad [preposition] (over) This Polish preposition is formed by adding the prefix “po-” to the preposition « nad » meaning “over”, which is also in this list of Polish words.
  111. około [particle] (about)
  112. prawo [noun] (law)
  113. program [noun] (program)
  114. szkoła [noun] (school)
  115. powinien [verb] (should)
  116. milion [numeral] (million)
  117. kiedy [pronoun] (when)
  118. problem [noun] (problem)
  119. sposób [noun] (way)
  120. droga [noun] (road) This common Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « dráha » and the Russian word « дорога » (doroga)
  121. wynik [noun] (result)
  122. stan [noun] (state) This common Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « stan » and the Russian word « стан » (stan)
  123. nad [preposition] (over)
  124. tam [pronoun] (there)
  125. pomoc [noun] (help)
  126. projekt [noun] (project)
  127. prezydent [noun] (president)
  128. prowadzić [verb] (to lead)
  129. szpital [noun] (hospital)
  130. świat [noun] (world) This Polish vocabulary word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « sjet » and the Russian word « свет » (svet)
  131. temat [noun] (topic)
  132. pan [noun] (gentleman)
  133. część [noun] (part) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « část » and the Russian word « часть » (cast')
  134. grupa [noun] (group)
  135. niż [conjunction] (than)
  136. cel [noun] (target)
  137. cena [noun] (price) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « cena » and the Russian word « цена » (cena)
  138. zdrowie [noun] (health)
  139. koniec [noun] (end) This common Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « konec » and the Russian word « конец » (konec)
  140. trzy [numeral] (three) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « tři » and the Russian word « три » (tri)
  141. kobieta [noun] (woman)
  142. zmiana [noun] (change)
  143. powiedzieć [verb] (to say)
  144. trzeba [verb] (to need) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « třeba » and the Russian word « треба » (treba)
  145. dotyczyć [verb] (to concern)
  146. liczba [noun] (number) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-ba” to the verb « liczyć » meaning “to count”, which is also in this list of common Polish vocabulary words.
  147. więc [conjunction] (therefore)
  148. procent [noun] (percent)
  149. Warszawa [proper noun] (Warsaw)
  150. system [noun] (system)
  151. sklep [noun] (shop)
  152. oferta [noun] (offer)
  153. należeć [verb] (to belong)
  154. ty [pronoun] (you)
  155. pracownik [noun] (employee) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-ownik” to the noun « praca » meaning “work”, which is also in this list of common Polish vocabulary words.
  156. czyli [conjunction] (i.e.)
  157. wielki [adjective] (great) This Polish vocabulary word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « veliký » and the Russian word « великий » (velikij)
  158. państwo [noun] (state)
  159. gra [noun] (game)
  160. tydzień [noun] (week)
  161. dzięki [preposition]
  162. stać [verb] This common Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « stát » and the Russian word « стать » (stat')
  163. tu [pronoun] (here)
  164. ważny [adjective] (important)
  165. film [noun] (movie)
  166. wysoki [adjective] (high) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « vysoký » and the Russian word « высокий » (vysokij)
  167. spotkanie [noun] (meeting) This noun is formed by adding the suffix “-anie” to the verb « spotkać » meaning “to meet”, which also appears in this list of frequently used Polish words.
  168. mieszkaniec [noun] (inhabitant)
  169. kto [pronoun] (who)
  170. możliwość [noun] (possibility) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-ość” to the adjective « możliwy » meaning “possible”, which is also in this list of frequently used Polish vocabulary words.
  171. mecz [noun] (match)
  172. żeby [conjunction] (in order to) This Polish conjunction is formed by adding the suffix “-by” to the conjunction « że » meaning “that”, which is also in this list of common Polish words.
  173. dane [noun] (data)
  174. rząd [noun] (row)
  175. znaleźć [verb] (to find)
  176. nic [pronoun] (nothing)
  177. produkt [noun] (product)
  178. teren [noun] (terrain)
  179. miesiąc [noun] (month) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « měsíc » and the Russian word « месяц » (mesjac)
  180. rodzina [noun] (family) This common Polish word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « rodina » and the Russian word « родина » (rodina)
  181. województwo [noun] (province)
  182. samochód [noun] (car)
  183. mężczyzna [noun] (male)
  184. policja [noun] (police)
  185. zdjęcie [noun] (photograph)
  186. dlatego [pronoun] (therefore)
  187. uwaga [noun] (remark)
  188. decyzja [noun] (decision)
  189. więcej [adverb] (more)
  190. często [adverb] (often)
  191. punkt [noun] (point)
  192. zrobić [verb] (to do)
  193. związek [noun] (relationship)
  194. według [preposition] (according to)
  195. znajdować [verb] (to find)
  196. centrum [noun] (center) The Polish word “centrum” is borrowed from Latin (see here for a list of the most common Latin words)
  197. działanie [noun] (operation)
  198. udział [noun] (share)
  199. rynek [noun] (market)
  200. dziś [adverb] (today) This Polish vocabulary word is etymologically related to the Czech word « dnes » and the Russian word « днесь » (dnes')
  201. klub [noun] (club)
  202. zespół [noun] (team)
  203. chodzić [verb] (to walk) This Polish verb shares the same origin and meaning as the Czech verb “chodit” which features among the most common Czech words.
  204. numer [noun] (number)
  205. poinformować [verb] (to inform)
  206. robić [verb] (to do) This Polish vocabulary word is etymologically related to the Czech word « robit » and the Russian word « робить » (robit')
  207. badanie [noun] (examination)
  208. powód [noun] (reason)
  209. mały [adjective] (small) This Polish word is related to the Czech word « malý » and the Russian word « малый » (malyj)
  210. gmina [noun] (commune)
  211. wykonać [verb] (to execute)
  212. coś [pronoun] (something)
  213. działać [verb] (to work) This common Polish vocabulary word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « dělat » and the Russian word « делать » (delat')
  214. odbyć [verb] (to take place)
  215. zawsze [adverb] (always)
  216. jakiś [pronoun] (some)
  217. zakażenie [noun] (infection)
  218. wiek [noun] (age) This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « věk » and the Russian word « век » (vek)
  219. zobaczyć [verb] (to see)
  220. właśnie [particle] (just)
  221. związać [verb] (to bind)
  222. mieszkanie [noun] (apartment) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-anie” to the verb « mieszkać » meaning “to live”, which also appears in this list of frequently used Polish words.
  223. wybory [noun] (election)
  224. obecnie [adverb] (now) This adverb is formed by adding the suffix “-ie” to the adjective « obecny » meaning “present”, which also appears in this list of common Polish words.
  225. różny [adjective] (different)
  226. maj [noun] (May)
  227. początek [noun] (beginning)
  228. prosty [adjective] (simple)
  229. wtedy [adverb] (then)
  230. akcja [noun] (action)
  231. poziom [noun] (level) This noun is formed by adding the prefix “po-” to the noun « ziemia » meaning “earth”, which also appears in this list of common Polish words.
  232. posiadać [verb] (to possess)
  233. wszyscy [pronoun] (all)
  234. między [preposition] (between)
  235. główny [adjective] (main) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-ny” to the noun « głowa » meaning “head”, which also appears in this list of common Polish words.
  236. żaden [pronoun] (none)
  237. warto [verb]
  238. woda [noun] (water) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « voda » and the Russian word « вода » (voda)
  239. klient [noun] (client)
  240. dużo [adverb] (a lot) This Polish adverb is formed by adding the suffix “-o” to the adjective « duży » meaning “big”, which is also in this list of common Polish vocabulary words.
  241. pytanie [noun] (question) This noun is formed by adding the suffix “-anie” to the verb « pytać » meaning “to ask”, which is also in this list of Polish words.
  242. wcześnie [adverb] (early)
  243. dodać [verb] (to add)
  244. albo [conjunction] (or)
  245. historia [noun] (history)
  246. okres [noun] (period)
  247. władza [noun] (power)
  248. test [noun] (test)
  249. pandemia [noun] (pandemic)
  250. przygotować [verb] (to prepare)
  251. europejski [adjective] (European)
  252. usługa [noun] (service)
  253. dać [verb] (to give)
  254. ktoś [pronoun] (somebody) This pronoun is formed by adding the suffix “” to the pronoun « kto » meaning “who”, which is also in this list of Polish vocabulary words.
  255. pracować [verb] (to work)
  256. podać [verb] (to give)
  257. sezon [noun] (season)
  258. zasada [noun] (rule)
  259. własny [adjective] (own)
  260. mało [adverb] (little) This adverb is formed by adding the suffix “-o” to the adjective « mały » meaning “small”, which is also in this list of frequently used Polish words.
  261. Polak [proper noun]
  262. otrzymać [verb] (to receive)
  263. telefon [noun] (telephone)
  264. natomiast [conjunction] (whereas)
  265. stary [adjective] (old) This common Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « starý » and the Russian word « старый » (staryj)
  266. metr [noun] (meter)
  267. epidemia [noun] (epidemic)
  268. policjant [noun] (police officer) This noun is formed by adding the suffix “-ant” to the noun « policja » meaning “police”, which also appears in this list of frequently used Polish words.
  269. pacjent [noun] (patient)
  270. sąd [noun] (court)
  271. chwila [noun] (moment)
  272. młody [adjective] (young)
  273. budowa [noun] (construction) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-a” to the verb « budować » meaning “to build”, which also appears in this list of Polish words.
  274. rozwój [noun] (development)
  275. rzecz [noun] (thing) This Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « řeč » and the Russian word « речь » (rec')
  276. minuta [noun] (minute)
  277. sprzedaż [noun] (sale)
  278. internetowy [adjective]
  279. umowa [noun] (agreement)
  280. rada [noun] (council)
  281. zdanie [noun] (sentence)
  282. wniosek [noun] (application)
  283. lekarz [noun] (doctor)
  284. niektóry [adjective] (some)
  285. dojść [verb]
  286. pieniądz [noun] (money) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « peníze »
  287. budynek [noun] (building)
  288. szybko [adverb] (quickly) This Polish adverb is formed by adding the suffix “-o” to the adjective « szybki » meaning “fast”, which is also in this list of Polish vocabulary words.
  289. trwać [verb] (to last)
  290. rozpocząć [verb] (to begin)
  291. korzystać [verb] (to use)
  292. czerwiec [noun] (June)
  293. plan [noun] (plan)
  294. zacząć [verb] (to begin)
  295. ruch [noun] (movement)
  296. choroba [noun] (disease) This noun is formed by applying the suffix “-oba” to the adjective « chory » meaning “sick”, which also appears in this list of frequently used Polish words.
  297. udać [verb]
  298. nikt [pronoun] (nobody) This common Polish vocabulary word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « nikdo » and the Russian word « никто » (nikto)
  299. ile [pronoun] (how many)
  300. rozmowa [noun] (conversation)
  301. minister [noun] (minister)
  302. pojawić [verb] (to appear)
  303. walka [noun] (fight)
  304. brak [noun] (lack)
  305. społeczny [adjective] (social) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-ny” to the noun « spółka » meaning “company”, which is also in this list of frequently used Polish vocabulary words.
  306. powiat [noun] (county)
  307. niestety [adverb] (unfortunately)
  308. wśród [preposition] (among)
  309. wzgląd [noun] (consideration)
  310. pani [noun] (woman)
  311. temu [particle] (ago)
  312. poza [preposition] (beyond)
  313. publiczny [adjective] (public)
  314. środek [noun] (middle)
  315. czekać [verb] (to wait)
  316. kontakt [noun] (contact)
  317. może [particle] (maybe)
  318. chyba [particle] (maybe)
  319. późno [adverb] (late)
  320. zakup [noun] (purchase)
  321. forma [noun] (form)
  322. miejski [adjective] (urban) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-ski” to the noun « miasto » meaning “city”, which is also in this list of Polish words.
  323. koszt [noun] (cost)
  324. organizacja [noun] (organization)
  325. spółka [noun] (company)
  326. sieć [noun] (net) This common Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « síť » and the Russian word « сеть » (set')
  327. prezes [noun] (president)
  328. Kraków [proper noun]
  329. urząd [noun] (office)
  330. ministerstwo [noun] (ministry) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-stwo” to the noun « minister » meaning “minister”, which is also in this list of frequently used Polish words.
  331. coraz [adverb] (more and more)
  332. marzec [noun] (March)
  333. jeżeli [conjunction] (if)
  334. Europa [proper noun] (Europe)
  335. zakres [noun] (range)
  336. [particle]
  337. grać [verb] (to play)
  338. Poznań [proper noun]
  339. wynikać [verb] (to follow)
  340. konkurs [noun] (competition)
  341. wypadek [noun] (accident)
  342. ochrona [noun] (protection)
  343. większość [noun] (majority)
  344. serwis [noun] (service)
  345. inwestycja [noun] (investment)
  346. wprowadzić [verb] (to introduce)
  347. twój [pronoun] (yours) This Polish vocabulary word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « tvůj » and the Russian word « твой » (tvoj)
  348. zgodnie [adverb]
  349. bank [noun] (bank)
  350. no [particle]
  351. ani [conjunction] (nor)
  352. kierowca [noun] (driver) This noun is formed by adding the suffix “-ca” to the verb « kierować » meaning “to direct”, which also appears in this list of frequently used Polish words.
  353. typ [noun] (type)
  354. bezpieczeństwo [noun] (security) This noun is formed by applying the suffix “-stwo” to the adjective « bezpieczny » meaning “safe”, which is also in this list of Polish vocabulary words.
  355. okazać [verb] (to show)
  356. książka [noun] (book)
  357. trafić [verb] (to hit)
  358. ustawa [noun]
  359. media [noun] (media)
  360. granica [noun] (border) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « hranice » and the Russian word « граница » (granica)
  361. przepis [noun] (recipe)
  362. kilometr [noun] (kilometer)
  363. powstać [verb] (to arise)
  364. wyglądać [verb] (to look)
  365. znać [verb] (to know) This Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « znát » and the Russian word « знать » (znat')
  366. oznaczać [verb] (to mean)
  367. moment [noun] (moment)
  368. zapraszać [verb] (to invite)
  369. słowo [noun] (word) This common Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « slovo » and the Russian word « слово » (slovo)
  370. cztery [numeral] (four) This Polish word is related to the Czech word « čtyři » and the Russian word « четыре » (cetyre)
  371. stosować [verb] (apply)
  372. potrzeba [noun] (need)
  373. wybrać [verb] (to choose)
  374. potem [adverb] (then)
  375. kwiecień [noun] (April)
  376. auto [noun] (car)
  377. tyle [pronoun] (so much)
  378. obecny [adjective] (present)
  379. mimo [preposition] (despite) This Polish vocabulary word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « mimo » and the Russian word « мимо » (mimo)
  380. podstawa [noun] (base)
  381. uczeń [noun] (student)
  382. informować [verb] (to inform)
  383. wrzesień [noun] (September)
  384. pewien [adjective] (sure)
  385. zarówno [conjunction]
  386. region [noun] (region)
  387. okazja [noun] (opportunity)
  388. dopiero [adverb] (only)
  389. premier [noun] (prime minister)
  390. służba [noun] (service) This Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « služba » and the Russian word « служба » (sluzba)
  391. daleko [adverb] (far) This adverb is formed by applying the suffix “-o” to the adjective « daleki » meaning “distant”, which is also in this list of common Polish words.
  392. termin [noun] (deadline)
  393. przekazać [verb]
  394. działalność [noun] (activity)
  395. sobota [noun] (Saturday) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « sobota » and the Russian word « суббота » (subbota)
  396. ciąg [noun]
  397. ciekawy [adjective] (interesting)
  398. komisja [noun] (committee)
  399. podobny [adjective] (similar) This Polish word is related to the Czech word « podobný » and the Russian word « подобный » (podobnyj)
  400. rodzic [noun] (parent)
  401. choć [conjunction] (though)
  402. bliski [adjective] (near) This Polish vocabulary word is related to the Czech word « blízký » and the Russian word « близкий » (blizkij)
  403. dawać [verb] (to give) This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « dávat » and the Russian word « давать » (davat')
  404. napisać [verb] (to write)
  405. rozwiązanie [noun] (solution)
  406. poniedziałek [noun] (Monday)
  407. Andrzej [proper noun] This is a common Polish male name. For more names, see these guides on Slavic male names and Slavic female names.
  408. ręka [noun] (hand) This Polish word is related to the Czech word « ruka » and the Russian word « рука » (ruka)
  409. wydawać [verb] (to spend)
  410. zakończyć [verb] (to finish)
  411. materiał [noun] (material)
  412. kultura [noun] (culture)
  413. dyrektor [noun] (director)
  414. zatrzymać [verb] (to stop)
  415. oba [numeral] (both)
  416. stanowić [verb] (to constitute)
  417. podstawowy [adjective] (primary)
  418. opinia [noun] (opinion)
  419. odpowiedni [adjective] (suitable)
  420. pełny [adjective] (full)
  421. niedziela [noun] (Sunday) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « neděle » and the Russian word « неделя » (nedelja)
  422. element [noun] (element)
  423. obiekt [noun] (object)
  424. proces [noun] (trial)
  425. pisać [verb] (to write)
  426. prawie [particle] (almost)
  427. wy [pronoun] (you)
  428. plik [noun] (file)
  429. oczywiście [adverb] (of course)
  430. wydać [verb]
  431. piątek [noun] (Friday) This Polish vocabulary word is etymologically related to the Czech word « pátek » and the Russian word « пятница » (pjatnica)
  432. wartość [noun] (value)
  433. artykuł [noun] (article)
  434. nauka [noun] (science) This common Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « nauka » and the Russian word « наука » (nauka)
  435. dzisiaj [adverb] (today)
  436. zadanie [noun] (task)
  437. dodatkowy [adjective] (additional) This adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-owy” to the noun « dodatek » meaning “addition”, which also appears in this list of Polish vocabulary words.
  438. lipiec [noun] (July)
  439. wymagać [verb] (to require)
  440. zawodnik [noun] (player)
  441. tutaj [pronoun] (here)
  442. forum [noun] (forum)
  443. dostępny [adjective] (available) This adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-ny” to the noun « dostęp » meaning “access”, which is also in this list of frequently used Polish vocabulary words.
  444. sierpień [noun] (August)
  445. zmienić [verb] (to change)
  446. prosić [verb] This Polish word is related to the Czech word « prosit » and the Russian word « просить » (prosit')
  447. jedynie [adverb] (only) This Polish adverb is formed by adding the suffix “-ie” to the adjective « jedyny » meaning “only”, which also appears in this list of Polish words.
  448. istnieć [verb] (to exist)
  449. portal [noun] (portal)
  450. wobec [preposition] (against)
  451. dokument [noun] (document)
  452. nigdy [adverb] (never)
  453. produkcja [noun] (production)
  454. pojazd [noun] (vehicle)
  455. trzeci [numeral] (third) This common Polish vocabulary word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « třetí » and the Russian word « третий » (tretij)
  456. dlaczego [pronoun] (why)
  457. narodowy [adjective] (national)
  458. karta [noun] (card)
  459. realizacja [noun] (realization)
  460. zajmować [verb] (to occupy)
  461. siła [noun] (strength)
  462. szef [noun] (boss)
  463. wybór [noun] (choice)
  464. kościół [noun] (church)
  465. wersja [noun] (version)
  466. liga [noun] (league)
  467. specjalny [adjective] (special)
  468. pozwalać [verb] (to allow)
  469. szukać [verb] (to look for)
  470. finansowy [adjective] (financial)
  471. oko [noun] (eye)
  472. medyczny [adjective] (medical)
  473. wraz [adverb] (together)
  474. lista [noun] (list)
  475. rodzaj [noun] (kind)
  476. przyjąć [verb] (to accept)
  477. głos [noun] (voice)
  478. wzrost [noun] (increase)
  479. wsparcie [noun] (support)
  480. uważać [verb] (to be careful)
  481. czwartek [noun] (Thursday) This common Polish vocabulary word is etymologically related to the Czech word « čtvrtek » and the Russian word « четверг » (cetverg)
  482. ponieważ [conjunction] (because)
  483. kierunek [noun] (direction)
  484. szansa [noun] (chance)
  485. klasa [noun] (class)
  486. widzieć [verb] (to see)
  487. przeprowadzić [verb] (to carry out)
  488. wydarzenie [noun] (event)
  489. wykonywać [verb] (to perform)
  490. potwierdzić [verb] (to confirm)
  491. śmierć [noun] (death) This Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « smrť » and the Russian word « смерть » (smert')
  492. sprzęt [noun] (equipment)
  493. czytać [verb] (to read) This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « čítat » and the Russian word « читать » (citat')
  494. nadal [adverb] (still)
  495. trudny [adjective] (difficult)
  496. wykorzystać [verb] (to take advantage of)
  497. odpowiedź [noun] (answer)
  498. pora [noun] (time)
  499. złożyć [verb]
  500. używać [verb] (to use)
  501. przykład [noun] (example)
  502. model [noun] (model)
  503. jakość [noun] (quality)
  504. tworzyć [verb] (to create) This Polish vocabulary word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « tvořit » and the Russian word « творить » (tvorit')
  505. możliwy [adjective] (possible) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-liwy” to the verb « móc » meaning “may”, which is also in this list of frequently used Polish vocabulary words.
  506. okolica [noun] (surroundings)
  507. święty [adjective] (holy) This common Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « svatí » and the Russian word « святой » (svjatoj)
  508. impreza [noun] (party)
  509. kolej [noun] (railway) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « kolej » and the Russian word « колея » (koleja)
  510. stwierdzić [verb]
  511. uczestnik [noun] (participant) This Polish noun is formed by adding the prefix “u-” to the noun « część » meaning “part”, which also appears in this list of common Polish vocabulary words.
  512. uzyskać [verb]
  513. język [noun] (language) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « jazyk » and the Russian word « язык » (jazyk)
  514. stanowisko [noun] (position) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-isko” to the verb « stanowić » meaning “to constitute”, which also appears in this list of frequently used Polish vocabulary words.
  515. oddział [noun] (branch)
  516. wtorek [noun] (Tuesday)
  517. podjąć [verb]
  518. efekt [noun] (effect)
  519. pomóc [verb] (to help)
  520. pamiętać [verb] (to remember)
  521. wyborczy [adjective] (electoral) This adjective is formed by applying the suffix “-czy” to the noun « wybory » meaning “election”, which is also in this list of frequently used Polish words.
  522. sztuka [noun] (art)
  523. rola [noun] (role)
  524. kolor [noun] (color)
  525. znany [adjective] (known) This adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-any” to the verb « znać » meaning “to know”, which also appears in this list of Polish words.
  526. właściciel [noun] (owner)
  527. współpraca [noun] (cooperation) This Polish noun is formed by applying the prefix “współ-” to the noun « praca » meaning “work”, which is also in this list of Polish words.
  528. liczyć [verb] (to count)
  529. urządzenie [noun] (device)
  530. chory [adjective] (sick) This Polish word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « chorý » and the Russian word « хворый » (xvoryj)
  531. pewno [adverb]
  532. kontrola [noun] (control)
  533. kwestia [noun] (matter)
  534. środa [noun] (Wednesday)
  535. połowa [noun] (half)
  536. polityka [noun] (politics)
  537. zapewniać [verb] (to ensure)
  538. wziąć [verb] (to take) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « vzít » and the Russian word « взять » (vzjat')
  539. planować [verb] (to plan)
  540. biuro [noun] (office) The Polish word “biuro” comes from the French word “bureau” features among the most common French words.
  541. jedyny [adjective] (only)
  542. członek [noun] (member)
  543. producent [noun] (producer)
  544. blisko [adverb] (closely) This adverb is formed by applying the suffix “-o” to the adjective « bliski » meaning “near”, which also appears in this list of common Polish vocabulary words.
  545. wyjść [verb] (to exit)
  546. sprawdzić [verb] (to check)
  547. wysokość [noun] (height) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-ość” to the adjective « wysoki » meaning “high”, which also appears in this list of frequently used Polish words.
  548. wojna [noun] (war) This Polish word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « vojna » and the Russian word « война » (vojna)
  549. adres [noun] (address)
  550. dodawać [verb] (to add)
  551. placówka [noun] (institution) This Polish noun is formed by applying the suffix “-ówka” to the noun « plac » meaning “square”, which is also in this list of frequently used Polish vocabulary words.
  552. kwota [noun] (amount)
  553. wspólny [adjective] (joint)
  554. wrócić [verb] (to come back)
  555. kandydat [noun] (candidate)
  556. fakt [noun] (fact)
  557. szczególnie [adverb] (especially)
  558. jednocześnie [adverb] (simultaneously)
  559. ośrodek [noun] (center)
  560. kupić [verb] (to buy) This Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « kupiti » and the Russian word « купить » (kupit')
  561. sportowy [adjective] (sporting) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-owy” to the noun « sport » meaning “sport”, which also appears in this list of common Polish words.
  562. wiadomo [verb] (it is known)
  563. wolny [adjective] (free) This Polish vocabulary word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « volný » and the Russian word « вольный » (vol'nyj)
  564. trener [noun] (trainer)
  565. Jan [proper noun]
  566. wynosić [verb] (take out)
  567. maseczka [noun]
  568. nazwa [noun] (name)
  569. ogromny [adjective] (huge)
  570. dostać [verb] (to get)
  571. zawierać [verb] (to include)
  572. postać [noun] (figure)
  573. konferencja [noun] (conference)
  574. naprawdę [particle] (really)
  575. muzyka [noun] (music)
  576. trasa [noun] (route)
  577. linia [noun] (line)
  578. odbywać [verb] (to take place)
  579. pies [noun] (dog) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « pes » and the Russian word « пёс » (pjos)
  580. składać [verb]
  581. agencja [noun] (agency)
  582. Duda [proper noun]
  583. głowa [noun] (head) This common Polish word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « hlava » and the Russian word « голова » (golova)
  584. dodatkowo [adverb] (additionally) This Polish adverb is formed by applying the suffix “-o” to the adjective « dodatkowy » meaning “additional”, which is also in this list of Polish words.
  585. pomysł [noun] (idea)
  586. wpływ [noun] (influence)
  587. euro [noun] (euro)
  588. długi [adjective] (long) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « dlouhý » and the Russian word « долгий » (dolgij)
  589. oferować [verb] (to offer)
  590. ciało [noun] (body) This Polish vocabulary word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « tělo » and the Russian word « тело » (telo)
  591. przebywać [verb] (to stay)
  592. noc [noun] (night)
  593. piękny [adjective] (beautiful)
  594. jazda [noun] (driving) This Polish vocabulary word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « jízda » and the Russian word « езда » (jezda)
  595. konto [noun] (account)
  596. stopień [noun] (step)
  597. niemiecki [adjective] (German) This Polish vocabulary word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « německý » and the Russian word « немецкий » (nemeckij)
  598. myśleć [verb] (to think)
  599. wciąż [adverb] (still)
  600. ilość [noun] (quantity)
  601. darmowy [adjective] (free) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-owy” to the adverb « darmo » meaning “free”, which is also in this list of common Polish words.
  602. zapewnić [verb] (to provide)
  603. trakt [noun] (road)
  604. wszelki [adjective] (any)
  605. nadzieja [noun] (hope)
  606. przyznać [verb] (to admit)
  607. użytkownik [noun] (user)
  608. profesor [noun] (professor)
  609. nauczyciel [noun] (teacher)
  610. prawda [noun] (truth) This Polish word is related to the Czech word « pravda » and the Russian word « правда » (pravda)
  611. krajowy [adjective] (domestic) This Polish adjective is formed by applying the suffix “-owy” to the noun « kraj » meaning “country”, which also appears in this list of Polish words.
  612. kategoria [noun] (category)
  613. kierować [verb] (to direct)
  614. powierzchnia [noun] (surface)
  615. brać [verb] (to take) This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « brát » and the Russian word « брать » (brat')
  616. obowiązek [noun] (duty)
  617. potrzebny [adjective] (necessary) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-ny” to the noun « potrzeba » meaning “need”, which is also in this list of Polish vocabulary words.
  618. etap [noun] (stage)
  619. podkreślać [verb] (to underline)
  620. wiedza [noun] (knowledge)
  621. zdarzenie [noun] (event)
  622. tekst [noun] (text)
  623. wejść [verb] (to enter)
  624. otworzyć [verb] (to open)
  625. gdyby [conjunction] (if)
  626. wskazywać [verb] (to indicate)
  627. potrafić [verb] (can)
  628. iść [verb] (to go)
  629. Lublin [proper noun]
  630. zakład [noun] (plant)
  631. przedstawiciel [noun] (representative) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-ciel” to the verb « przedstawić » meaning “to introduce”, which is also in this list of frequently used Polish vocabulary words.
  632. gotowy [adjective] (ready)
  633. autor [noun] (author)
  634. Paweł [proper noun]
  635. unia [noun] (union)
  636. podawać [verb] (to serve)
  637. kara [noun] (punishment) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « kára » and the Russian word « кара » (kara)
  638. trudno [adverb] This adverb is formed by adding the suffix “-o” to the adjective « trudny » meaning “difficult”, which is also in this list of frequently used Polish vocabulary words.
  639. funkcja [noun] (function)
  640. stacja [noun] (station)
  641. poprzez [preposition] (through) This Polish preposition is formed by adding the prefix “po-” to the preposition « przez » meaning “across”, which is also in this list of frequently used Polish vocabulary words.
  642. gospodarka [noun] (economy)
  643. obsługa [noun] (service)
  644. miliard [numeral] (billion)
  645. zbyt [adverb] (too)
  646. bowiem [conjunction] (for)
  647. pozwolić [verb] (to allow)
  648. warunki [noun]
  649. góra [noun] (mountain) This Polish vocabulary word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « hora » and the Russian word « гора » (gora)
  650. zdecydować [verb] (to decide)
  651. Gdańsk [proper noun] (Gdańsk)
  652. opieka [noun] (care)
  653. ofiara [noun] (victim)
  654. zaczynać [verb] (to begin)
  655. prasowy [adjective] (press)
  656. sport [noun] (sport)
  657. styczeń [noun] (January)
  658. pięć [numeral] (five) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « pět » and the Russian word « пять » (pjat')
  659. pokój [noun] (room) This common Polish word is related to the Czech word « pokoj » and the Russian word « покой » (pokoj)
  660. fundusz [noun] (fund)
  661. zmieniać [verb] (to change)
  662. biały [adjective] (white) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « bílý » and the Russian word « белый » (belyj)
  663. metoda [noun] (method)
  664. serce [noun] (heart) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « srdce » and the Russian word « сердце » (serdce)
  665. państwowy [adjective] (state) This adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-owy” to the noun « państwo » meaning “state”, which also appears in this list of frequently used Polish words.
  666. partia [noun] (batch)
  667. daleki [adjective] (distant) This Polish word is related to the Czech word « daleký » and the Russian word « далёкий » (daljokij)
  668. Piotr [proper noun]
  669. matka [noun] (mother)
  670. tytuł [noun] (title)
  671. polityczny [adjective] (political)
  672. wystarczyć [verb]
  673. długo [adverb] (long)
  674. środowisko [noun] (environment) This noun is formed by adding the suffix “-owisko” to the noun « środa » meaning “Wednesday”, which is also in this list of Polish vocabulary words.
  675. następnie [adverb] (then)
  676. nagroda [noun] (prize) This Polish word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « náhrada » and the Russian word « награда » (nagrada)
  677. grudzień [noun] (December)
  678. żyć [verb] (to live)
  679. podkreślić [verb] (to underline)
  680. gość [noun] (guest) This Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « host » and the Russian word « гость » (gost')
  681. październik [noun] (October)
  682. prywatny [adjective] (private)
  683. Łódź [proper noun]
  684. zagrożenie [noun] (danger)
  685. prawdziwy [adjective] (real)
  686. wówczas [pronoun] (then)
  687. pojawiać [verb] (to appear)
  688. energia [noun] (energy)
  689. przecież [particle] (but)
  690. poprzedni [adjective] (previous)
  691. Niemcy [proper noun] (Germany)
  692. realizować [verb]
  693. rzecznik [noun] (spokesman)
  694. drużyna [noun] (team) This common Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « družina » and the Russian word « дружина » (druzina)
  695. marka [noun] (brand)
  696. przeznaczyć [verb] (to allocate)
  697. międzynarodowy [adjective] (international)
  698. zdobyć [verb] (to win)
  699. podobnie [adverb] (similarly) This adverb is formed by adding the suffix “-ie” to the adjective « podobny » meaning “similar”, which is also in this list of Polish words.
  700. powrót [noun] (return)
  701. amerykański [adjective] (American)
  702. lokalny [adjective] (local)
  703. ponadto [particle] (moreover)
  704. miejscowość [noun] (locality)
  705. doświadczenie [noun] (experience)
  706. domowy [adjective] (home) This adjective is formed by applying the suffix “-owy” to the noun « dom » meaning “house”, which is also in this list of common Polish vocabulary words.
  707. ocena [noun] (evaluation)
  708. widać [verb] (can be seen)
  709. dany [adjective] (given) This adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-any” to the verb « dać » meaning “to give”, which also appears in this list of Polish words.
  710. zachować [verb] (to keep)
  711. wykorzystywać [verb] (to use)
  712. hotel [noun] (hotel)
  713. trochę [adverb] (a little)
  714. zwierzę [noun] (animal)
  715. znacznie [adverb] (considerably)
  716. obowiązywać [verb] (to apply)
  717. obszar [noun] (area)
  718. zabawa [noun] (fun) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « zábava » and the Russian word « забава » (zabava)
  719. stworzyć [verb] (to create)
  720. zamknąć [verb] (to close)
  721. raczej [particle] (rather)
  722. odcinek [noun] (section)
  723. ustalić [verb] (to determine)
  724. rano [adverb] (in the morning)
  725. wiadomość [noun] (message)
  726. relacja [noun] (relation)
  727. Wrocław [proper noun]
  728. galeria [noun] (gallery)
  729. pobrać [verb] (to download)
  730. obraz [noun] (picture) This common Polish word is related to the Czech word « obraz » and the Russian word « образ » (obraz)
  731. komunikat [noun] (communiqué)
  732. listopad [noun] (November)
  733. skóra [noun] (skin)
  734. przejść [verb]
  735. nowoczesny [adjective] (modern)
  736. park [noun] (park)
  737. czerwony [adjective] (red) This common Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « červený » and the Russian word « червонный » (cervonnyj)
  738. warunek [noun] (condition)
  739. znaczenie [noun] (meaning)
  740. równie [adverb] (equally)
  741. letni [adjective] (lukewarm)
  742. pozycja [noun] (position)
  743. niski [adjective] (short) This Polish word is related to the Czech word « nízký » and the Russian word « низкий » (nizkij)
  744. drzwi [noun] (door)
  745. las [noun] (forest)
  746. Rosja [proper noun] (Russia)
  747. krok [noun] (step)
  748. były [adjective] (former)
  749. wieczór [noun] (evening) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « večer » and the Russian word « вечер » (vecer)
  750. prawny [adjective] (legal)
  751. funkcjonariusz [noun] (officer)
  752. koncert [noun] (concert)
  753. zwrócić [verb] (to return)
  754. zarząd [noun] (administration)
  755. potrzebować [verb] (to need)
  756. spowodować [verb] (to cause)
  757. sukces [noun] (success)
  758. propozycja [noun] (proposition)
  759. znak [noun] (mark) This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « znak » and the Russian word « знак » (znak)
  760. zawodowy [adjective] (professional)
  761. cieszyć [verb] (to enjoy) This common Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « těšit » and the Russian word « тешить » (tesit')
  762. przedstawić [verb] (to introduce)
  763. prawdopodobnie [adverb] (probably)
  764. kurs [noun] (course)
  765. online [adverb] (online)
  766. wygrać [verb] (to win)
  767. oprócz [preposition] (except)
  768. zakaz [noun] (prohibition)
  769. zorganizować [verb] (to organize)
  770. wojewódzki [adjective]
  771. przyczyna [noun] (cause) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « příčina » and the Russian word « причина » (pricina)
  772. branża [noun] (industry)
  773. organizować [verb] (to organize)
  774. pomagać [verb] (to help)
  775. charakter [noun] (nature)
  776. skutek [noun] (effect)
  777. środki [noun] (measures)
  778. suma [noun] (union)
  779. podpisać [verb] (to sign)
  780. ojciec [noun] (father)
  781. nieco [adverb] (a little)
  782. raport [noun] (report)
  783. uznać [verb]
  784. Bóg [proper noun] (God)
  785. funkcjonować [verb] (to function)
  786. czarny [adjective] (black) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « černý » and the Russian word « чёрный » (cornyj)
  787. pozostały [adjective] (remaining)
  788. odpowiadać [verb]
  789. czuć [verb] (to feel)
  790. budżet [noun] (budget)
  791. opis [noun] (description)
  792. twierdzić [verb] (to claim)
  793. studia [noun] (studies)
  794. komputer [noun] (computer)
  795. Krzysztof [proper noun]
  796. ograniczyć [verb] (to limit)
  797. aplikacja [noun] (application)
  798. przypominać [verb]
  799. zająć [verb] (to occupy)
  800. lecz [conjunction] (but)
  801. luty [noun] (February) This common Polish vocabulary word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « lítý » and the Russian word « лютый » (ljutyj)
  802. zajęcia [noun]
  803. razem [adverb] (together)
  804. twarz [noun] (face) This Polish word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « tvář » and the Russian word « тварь » (tvar')
  805. instytucja [noun] (institution)
  806. popularny [adjective] (popular)
  807. turystyczny [adjective] (tourist)
  808. dość [adverb] (enough)
  809. kredyt [noun]
  810. głównie [adverb] (mostly)
  811. mieszkać [verb] (to live)
  812. zielony [adjective] (green) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « zelený » and the Russian word « зелёный » (zeljonyj)
  813. osobowy [adjective] (personal) This adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-owy” to the noun « osoba » meaning “person”, which is also in this list of Polish words.
  814. drogowy [adjective] (road) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-owy” to the noun « droga » meaning “road”, which also appears in this list of common Polish words.
  815. naturalny [adjective] (natural) Polish is a Slavic language, therefore in contrast to the Romance languages, Polish is not a language which originates from Latin. There are however a few Polish vocabulary words which come from Latin and this is one of them. The original Latin word is “naturalis”.
  816. [conjunction] (that)
  817. transport [noun] (transport)
  818. wakacje [noun] (holidays)
  819. strefa [noun] (zone)
  820. jednostka [noun] (unit)
  821. sala [noun] (hall)
  822. egzamin [noun] (exam)
  823. wskazać [verb] (to indicate)
  824. pewnie [adverb] (certainly)
  825. spotkać [verb] (to meet)
  826. występować [verb] (to occur)
  827. temperatura [noun] (temperature)
  828. mniej [adverb] (less)
  829. kolejka [noun] (queue) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-ka” to the noun « kolej » meaning “railway”, which also appears in this list of Polish words.
  830. kuchnia [noun] (kitchen)
  831. bilet [noun] (ticket)
  832. źródło [noun] (source) This Polish word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « zřídlo » and the Russian word « жерло » (zerlo)
  833. komentarz [noun] (comment)
  834. przeciwko [preposition] (against)
  835. obywatel [noun] (citizen)
  836. centymetr [noun] (centimeter)
  837. seria [noun] (series)
  838. styl [noun] (style)
  839. powietrze [noun] (air)
  840. student [noun] (student)
  841. wizyta [noun] (visit)
  842. szybki [adjective] (fast)
  843. szkolny [adjective] (school) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-ny” to the noun « szkoła » meaning “school”, which also appears in this list of Polish vocabulary words.
  844. okno [noun] (window) This Polish vocabulary word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « okno » and the Russian word « окно » (okno)
  845. skorzystać [verb] (to use)
  846. Góra [proper noun]
  847. dodatek [noun] (addition)
  848. pokazywać [verb] (to show)
  849. dziennikarz [noun] (journalist)
  850. dziać [verb] (to knit) This common Polish word is related to the Czech word « dít » and the Russian word « деть » (det')
  851. utrzymać [verb] (to maintain)
  852. szkolenie [noun] (training)
  853. niemal [particle] (almost)
  854. krew [noun] (blood) This Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « krev » and the Russian word « кровь » (krov')
  855. inaczej [adverb] (otherwise)
  856. dostęp [noun] (access)
  857. warszawski [adjective] This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-ski” to the proper noun « Warszawa » meaning “Warsaw” (the capital city of Poland), which also appears in this list of common Polish vocabulary words.
  858. płyta [noun] (plate)
  859. zagraniczny [adjective] (foreign)
  860. pokazać [verb] (to show)
  861. radny [noun] (councilman) This noun is formed by applying the suffix “-ny” to the noun « rada » meaning “council”, which also appears in this list of Polish vocabulary words.
  862. baza [noun] (base)
  863. edukacja [noun] (education)
  864. pochodzić [verb]
  865. zamiast [preposition] (instead of)
  866. budowlany [adjective] (construction)
  867. bezpieczny [adjective] (safe)
  868. tłumaczyć [verb] (to translate)
  869. witać [verb] (to welcome) This Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « vítat » and the Russian word « витать » (vitat')
  870. wystąpić [verb] (to occur)
  871. obrona [noun] (defence)
  872. próbować [verb] (to try)
  873. przedsiębiorca [noun] (entrepreneur)
  874. mocno [adverb] (strongly)
  875. ostatnio [adverb] (recently) This Polish adverb is formed by adding the suffix “-o” to the adjective « ostatni » meaning “last”, which also appears in this list of common Polish words.
  876. moc [noun] (power)
  877. próba [noun] (trial)
  878. ogłosić [verb] (to announce)
  879. obok [preposition] (next to)
  880. wolność [noun] (freedom) This noun is formed by adding the suffix “-ość” to the adjective « wolny » meaning “free”, which also appears in this list of common Polish words.
  881. pozytywny [adjective] (positive)
  882. rodzinny [adjective] (family) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-ny” to the noun « rodzina » meaning “family”, which is also in this list of Polish words.
  883. walczyć [verb] (to fight)
  884. niech [particle] (let)
  885. przyszłość [noun] (the future) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-ość” to the adjective « przyszły » meaning “future”, which also appears in this list of frequently used Polish vocabulary words.
  886. działka [noun] (plot)
  887. polecać [verb] (to recommend)
  888. poseł [noun] (Member of Parliament) This Polish word is etymologically related to the Czech word « posel » and the Russian word « посол » (posol)
  889. przyszły [adjective] (future)
  890. piosenka [noun] (song)
  891. sędzia [noun] (judge)
  892. objąć [verb] (to embrace)
  893. prezydencki [adjective] (presidential)
  894. zły [adjective] (bad)
  895. weekend [noun] (weekend)
  896. podatek [noun] (tax) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-ek” to the verb « podać » meaning “to give”, which is also in this list of Polish words.
  897. muzeum [noun] (museum)
  898. najpierw [adverb] (first)
  899. uniwersytet [noun] (university)
  900. drzewo [noun] (tree)
  901. ryzyko [noun] (risk)
  902. lubić [verb] (to like) This common Polish vocabulary word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « líbit » and the Russian word « любить » (ljubit')
  903. ubiegły [adjective] (last)
  904. edycja [noun] (edition)
  905. ziemia [noun] (earth) This Polish word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « zem » and the Russian word « земля » (zemlja)
  906. biznes [noun] (business)
  907. oddać [verb] (to give back)
  908. wynieść [verb] (take out)
  909. przedmiot [noun] (subject)
  910. skład [noun] (composition)
  911. pole [noun] (field)
  912. skierować [verb] (to direct)
  913. określić [verb] (to determine)
  914. średni [adjective] (medium)
  915. imienia [noun]
  916. doktor [noun] (doctor)
  917. oryginalny [adjective] (original)
  918. układ [noun] (arrangement)
  919. samorząd [noun] (self-government) This Polish noun is formed by applying the prefix “samo-” to the noun « rząd » meaning “row”, which is also in this list of Polish words.
  920. angielski [adjective] (English)
  921. lek [noun] (medicine)
  922. poznać [verb] (to meet)
  923. przypomnieć [verb]
  924. objaw [noun] (symptom)
  925. przestrzeń [noun] (space)
  926. ekspert [noun] (expert)
  927. wracać [verb] (to come back)
  928. doba [noun] (day)
  929. Tomasz [proper noun] (Thomas)
  930. nieruchomość [noun] (real estate)
  931. techniczny [adjective] (technical)
  932. wspierać [verb] (to support)
  933. piłka [noun] (ball)
  934. Katowice [proper noun]
  935. krótki [adjective] (short)
  936. koło [noun] (circle)
  937. pozostawać [verb] (to remain)
  938. plac [noun] (square)
  939. zachowanie [noun] (behavior)
  940. stracić [verb] (to lose)
  941. pozostać [verb] (remain)
  942. Rzeszów [proper noun]
  943. zaś [conjunction] (while)
  944. starać [verb] (to try) This Polish vocabulary word is related to the Czech word « starat » and the Russian word « стараться » (starat'sja)
  945. zwłaszcza [adverb] (especially)
  946. zarzut [noun] (accusation)
  947. zatem [conjunction] (therefore)
  948. bramka [noun] (goal)
  949. ogół [noun]
  950. zestaw [noun] (set)
  951. trening [noun] (training)
  952. ksiądz [noun] (priest)
  953. rosyjski [adjective] (Russian)
  954. brakować [verb]
  955. przyjść [verb] (to come) This common Polish vocabulary word is related to the Czech word « přijít » and the Russian word « прийти » (prijti)
  956. syn [noun] (son)
  957. gazeta [noun] (newspaper) The Polish word “gazeta” comes from the French word “gazette”.
  958. komunikacja [noun] (communication)
  959. poniżej [adverb] (below)
  960. protest [noun] (protest)
  961. zależeć [verb] (to depend)
  962. sanitarny [adjective] (sanitary)
  963. wzrosnąć [verb] (to increase)
  964. treść [noun] (content)
  965. zagrać [verb] (to play)
  966. wyjazd [noun] (departure)
  967. istotny [adjective] (significant)
  968. szczęście [noun] (happiness) This common Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « štěstí » and the Russian word « счастье » (scast'je)
  969. organizm [noun] (organism)
  970. piłkarz [noun] (footballer) This Polish noun is formed by adding the suffix “-arz” to the noun « piłka » meaning “ball”, which is also in this list of common Polish words.
  971. kampania [noun] (campaign)
  972. silnik [noun] (engine) This noun is formed by applying the suffix “-nik” to the noun « siła » meaning “strength”, which is also in this list of Polish words.
  973. obecność [noun] (presence) This noun is formed by applying the suffix “-ość” to the adjective « obecny » meaning “present”, which also appears in this list of frequently used Polish words.
  974. karny [adjective] (punitive)
  975. wewnętrzny [adjective] (internal) This Polish vocabulary word is etymologically related to the Czech word « vnitřní » and the Russian word « внутренний » (vnutrennij)
  976. żona [noun] (wife) This Polish word is related to the Czech word « žena » and the Russian word « жена » (zena)
  977. zwiększyć [verb] (to increase) Consonant clusters, like the one in this Polish vocabulary word are one of the reasons for Polish being among the hardest languages for English speakers to learn.
  978. analiza [noun] (analysis)
  979. restauracja [noun] (restaurant)
  980. miłość [noun] (love) This common Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « milost » and the Russian word « милость » (milost')
  981. dokładnie [adverb] (exactly)
  982. data [noun] (date)
  983. atak [noun] (attack)
  984. list [noun] (letter)
  985. salon [noun] (living room)
  986. opłata [noun] (fee)
  987. dawny [adjective] (former) This common Polish word is related to the Czech word « dávný » and the Russian word « давний » (davnij)
  988. oficjalny [adjective] (official)
  989. mail [noun]
  990. Adam [proper noun]
  991. światowy [adjective] (global) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-owy” to the noun « świat » meaning “world”, which also appears in this list of Polish vocabulary words.
  992. dokonać [verb]
  993. wchodzić [verb] (to enter)
  994. kibic [noun]
  995. opowiadać [verb] (to tell)
  996. wyłącznie [adverb] (only)
  997. kryzys [noun] (crisis)
  998. postępowanie [noun] (procedure)
  999. zwracać [verb] (to return)
  1000. naukowy [adjective] (scientific)
  1001. zastosować [verb] (to apply)
  1002. zdrowy [adjective] (healthy)
  1003. Białystok [proper noun]
  1004. pomiędzy [preposition] (between)
  1005. dziewczyna [noun] (girlfriend)
  1006. platforma [noun] (platform)
  1007. silny [adjective] (strong) This common Polish word shares the same etymological origin as the Czech word « silný » and the Russian word « сильный » (sil'nyj)
  1008. prezentować [verb] (to present)
  1009. opublikować [verb] (to publish)
  1010. poważny [adjective] (serious) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the prefix “po-” to the adjective « ważny » meaning “important”, which is also in this list of common Polish words.
  1011. sprzedać [verb] (to sell)
  1012. niezbędny [adjective] (essential)
  1013. fundacja [noun] (foundation)
  1014. remont [noun] (renovation)
  1015. stawać [verb] (to stop)
  1016. indywidualny [adjective] (individual)
  1017. teatr [noun] (theatre)
  1018. przerwa [noun] (break)
  1019. lokal [noun]
  1020. radio [noun] (radio)
  1021. alkohol [noun] (alcohol)
  1022. powiatowy [adjective] This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-owy” to the noun « powiat » meaning “county”, which also appears in this list of frequently used Polish words.
  1023. promocja [noun] (promotion)
  1024. zgłosić [verb] (to report)
  1025. polityk [noun] (politician)
  1026. wzór [noun] (formula)
  1027. zamówienie [noun] (order)
  1028. straż [noun] (guard)
  1029. mapa [noun] (map)
  1030. odnotować [verb] (to note)
  1031. poszukiwać [verb] (to look for)
  1032. elektryczny [adjective] (electric)
  1033. konkretny [adjective] (concrete)
  1034. kolega [noun] (colleague)
  1035. rozumieć [verb] (to understand) This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « rozumět » and the Russian word « разуметь » (razumet')
  1036. stały [adjective] (permanent) This Polish adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-ły” to the verb « stać » which is also in this list of common Polish words.
  1037. instytut [noun] (institute)
  1038. lider [noun] (leader)
  1039. pytać [verb] (to ask)
  1040. darmo [adverb] (free)
  1041. wyjątkowy [adjective] (unique)
  1042. kino [noun] (cinema) The Polish word “kino” comes from the German word “Kino” (see here for a list of the most common German words)
  1043. zakładać [verb] (assume)
  1044. reklama [noun] (advertising)
  1045. samolot [noun] (plane)
  1046. polegać [verb] (to rely)
  1047. elektroniczny [adjective] (electronic)
  1048. umożliwiać [verb] (to enable)
  1049. obejmować [verb] (to include)
  1050. Szczecin [proper noun]
  1051. wymiana [noun] (exchange)
  1052. praktyka [noun] (practice)
  1053. gwiazda [noun] (star) This Polish vocabulary word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « hvězda » and the Russian word « звезда » (zvezda)
  1054. leczenie [noun] (treatment)
  1055. Jarosław [proper noun]
  1056. pewność [noun] (certainty)
  1057. ściana [noun] (wall)
  1058. użyć [verb] (to use)
  1059. autobus [noun] (bus)
  1060. wydział [noun] (faculty)
  1061. rower [noun] (bicycle)
  1062. kilkanaście [numeral]
  1063. pakiet [noun]
  1064. ciąża [noun] (pregnancy)
  1065. znajomy [noun] (acquaintance) This noun is formed by adding the suffix “-omy” to the verb « znać » meaning “to know”, which also appears in this list of common Polish words.
  1066. Robert [proper noun]
  1067. stolica [noun] (capital)
  1068. porozumienie [noun] (agreement)
  1069. powodować [verb] (to cause)
  1070. zgoda [noun] (consent)
  1071. wychodzić [verb] (to go out)
  1072. Mateusz [proper noun]
  1073. Marek [proper noun]
  1074. zwykle [adverb] (usually)
  1075. resort [noun]
  1076. przedsiębiorstwo [noun] This Polish noun is formed by adding the prefix “przed-” to the pronoun « się » meaning “oneself”, which is also in this list of common Polish words.
  1077. para [noun] (steam) This Polish word is from the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « pára » and the Russian word « пар » (par)
  1078. zaplanować [verb] (to plan)
  1079. wpis [noun] (entry)
  1080. budować [verb] (to build)
  1081. niewielki [adjective] (small) This Polish adjective is formed by applying the prefix “nie-” to the adjective « wielki » meaning “great”, which is also in this list of common Polish vocabulary words.
  1082. sprawiedliwość [noun] (justice)
  1083. poszczególny [adjective] (individual)
  1084. strata [noun] (loss)
  1085. wybierać [verb] (to choose)
  1086. połączenie [noun] (connection)
  1087. instalacja [noun] (installation)
  1088. Ukraina [proper noun] (Ukraine)
  1089. otrzymywać [verb] (to receive)
  1090. położyć [verb] (put)
  1091. osiągnąć [verb] (to achieve)
  1092. wczoraj [adverb] (yesterday) This Polish vocabulary word has the same Slavic origin as the Czech word « včera » and the Russian word « вчера » (vcera)