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11

thin (of an object)

lean

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Akkadian
Lexeme raḳḳu
Meaning 1 'thin' [4 TÚG ku]tānū 4 TÚG kusiātum raḳḳatum
"‘four kutānu-garments, four thin kusītu-textiles’"
Direction
Meaning 2 'thin' emārī raḳḳūtim ana nabrītim idi emārī dannūtim annišam šēribam
"‘put the thin donkeys to pasture (?), have the strong donkeys come here’"
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Comment CAD R 171-172
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Hebrew
Lexeme daḳ
Meaning 1 fine grained, powdery ū-bō śēʕār ṣāhōb dāḳ
"Lev. 13:30: 'and there is a thin yellowish hair in it'"
Direction
Meaning 2 thin, exhausted wə-hinnē šebaʕ pārōt ̣ʔăḥērōt ʕōlōt ʔaḥărēhen min-hayʔōr rāʕōt marʔe wə-daḳḳōt bāśār
"Gen. 41:2: 'and lo! seven other oxen are rising from the river, of bad appearance and of thin flesh'"
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Comment HALAT 220
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language English
Lexeme thin
Meaning 1 thin thin ice
"thin ice"
Direction
Meaning 2 thin, lean a thin man
"thin person"
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Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Amharic
Lexeme ḳäč̣č̣ən
Meaning 1 thin (fabric etc) ḳäč̣č̣ən ləbs;
"'thin, gauzy cloth';"
Direction
Meaning 2 thin (person) abzaññawən gize ḳäč̣č̣ən säw käwäfram säw yäbälläṭä yəbälal
"'A thin man often eats more than a fat man' (Leslau 1973:1332)"
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Tabassaran
Lexeme nazuk
Meaning 1 thin назук сим
"thin wire"
Direction
Meaning 2 thin, slim думу гизаф назук риш вуйи
"She was a very fragile girl."
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Comment (TabRus 240)
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Norwegian
Lexeme tynn
Meaning 1 thin (of an object) tynne sommerklær
"thin summer clothes"
Direction
Meaning 2 lean en tynn og blek liten gutt
"a lean and pale little boy"
Reference BO
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Danish
Lexeme tynd
Meaning 1 thin (of an object) tyndt papir
"thin paper"
Direction
Meaning 2 lean tynde ben
"thin legs"
Reference DDO
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Swedish
Lexeme tunn
Meaning 1 thin (of an object) tunt papper
"thin paper"
Direction
Meaning 2 lean han har blivit liten och tunn efter sjukdomen
"he became small and thin after the the illness"
Reference SAO
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Icelandic
Lexeme þunnur
Meaning 1 thin (of an object) hann skar brauðið í þunnar sneiðar
"he sliced the bread into thin slices"
Direction
Meaning 2 lean
Reference ISLEX
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language French
Lexeme mince
Meaning 1 thin (of an object) couper la viande en tranches minces
"to slice the meat into thin slices"
Direction
Meaning 2 lean une jeune fille toute mince
"a very lean young girl"
Reference Larousse online
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Hungarian
Lexeme vékony
Meaning 1 thin (of an object) vékony cérna
"a thin thread"
Direction
Meaning 2 lean vékony, mint a piszkafa
"thin as a rake"
Reference Гальди 1974 page 780-781
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