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What is of vital importance here is the fact that in Polish such animal-specific verbs as, for example, zrec 'to eat', zdychac (95) 'to die' and such animal-specific nouns as ryj 'snout', pysk 'muzzle', pazury 'claws', to name but a few, are hardly ever emotionally and/or evaluatively tinted when employed with reference to animals, yet when targeted at humans, that is when they serve to encode the corresponding features, qualities or actions of human beings, they become emotionally and/or axiologically charged, as compared to the evaluative and/or emotional charge of those words that are used exclusively with reference to humans.
For example, the Polish complex noun swinski ryj 'lit.