A feeling that makes us happy after achieving our goal, or surpassing our competitor to reach the finish line, is something to which we all can relate. But, what if you get to know that this word can’t be felt in the same manner in other language?


In English, won is a past tense word for win, which resembles about the  achievement of  first position and/or getting a prize in a competition, election, fight. It could also be related to receiving something positive, such as approval, loyalty, or love because you have earned it.

In Polish, won means to smell nice, which can a smell of a flower, human or any thing.

In Russian, won means bad smell or stink. It could relate to garbage smell, or animal smell.

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