Shift #1088

bride → daughter-in-law

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Type Derivation
Language Russian
Lexeme 1 nevesta
Lexeme 2 nevestka
Meaning 1 bride
Meaning 2 daughter in law
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Comment
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Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Greek
Lexeme νυμφή
Meaning 1 bride
Direction
Meaning 2 daughter in law (New Testament)
Reference LSJ 1184
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Comment
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Type Polysemy
Language Aghul
Lexeme sus
Meaning 1 bride
Meaning 2 daughter in law
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Comment the same in Tabassaran ШВУШВ, see (TabRus 349).
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Greek
Lexeme νυός
Meaning 1 bride
Direction
Meaning 2 daughter in law
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Comment
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Type Polysemy
Language Geez
Lexeme marʕāt
Meaning 1 bride ḳəddəst beta krəstiyān yəʔəti marʕāt ʔənta krəstos marʕāwihā ‘the holy chirch is the bride, whose bridegroom is Christ’
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Meaning 2 daughter-in-law wa-ʔaydəʕəwā la-təʕmar marʕātomu wa-yəbeləwā nāhu ḥamuki yāʕrəg yəḳrəṣ ʔabāgəʕihu ‘and they informed Thamar, their daughter-in-law, and they said: lo, let your father-in-law go up in order to shear his sheep’ (Gen 38:13)
Reference
Related Languages The meaning A appears in the cognates in Tigre and Tigrinya, the meaning B is attested in Amharic and in Gurage languages (LGz. 356).
Comment (LLA 310; LGz. 356).