Number of realizations

7

eye

spring, fountain

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Udi
Lexeme pul
Meaning 1 eye
Meaning 2 source (spring)
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Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Arabic
Lexeme ʕayn-
Meaning 1 eye
Direction
Meaning 2 well, source
Reference BK page II 425
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Comment Murzaev 1974: 133
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Uzbek
Lexeme кўз
Meaning 1 eye
Meaning 2 source of a spring
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Comment Cf. Turkmen, Azeri гёз 'eye' + 'spring, stream, (sometimes) river' (Murzaev 1974: 130, 133).
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Armenian
Lexeme акн
Meaning 1 eye
Meaning 2 well, source
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Comment (Murzaev 1974: 129, 133)
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Akkadian
Lexeme īnu
Meaning 1 eye [CAD i 153] appu e-nu uznu kimunti
"I deprived him of his nose, eye and ear"
Meaning 2 source of a spring kire^ti e-nu a me^ ... sarpu laqiu
"the gardens and the water source were bought in accordance with payment"
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Comment The Protosemitic root has both meanings. See SED I No. 28.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Farsi
Lexeme 1 چشم češm/čašm
Lexeme 2 چشم češme/čašme
Meaning 1 eye به چشم خود be čašm-e xod
" with my own eyes"
Direction
Meaning 2 spring, stream چشمه آب گرم čašme āb-e garm
" hot spring"
Reference Rubinčik 1970 page 468
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Comment (Murzaev 1974: 133)
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Hausa
Lexeme ido
Meaning 1 eye
Meaning 2 well, source
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