Please use the list of subject headings on the left. Clicking at one of the short citations, you will see the exact bibliographical data of the publication on the right.
Citations of false-friends dictionaries are set in italics.
The abbreviation "FFS" leads you to the respective page of the "False Friends of the Slavist" project.

The alphabets at the top help you browse through the subject headings or directly through the full citations.

NB: We neither pretend nor intend to have read all the books and articles in this list. This is only a service to those interested in 'false friends' like us. Therefore we cannot guarantee that all the data in this bibliography are correct, and we need help to make them more correct and more complete than they are now. Consequently, if you spot a mistake or if you know a title missing in this bibliography, please tell us at