Shift #2185

to cut (tr.) — pain

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Realization
Type Derivation
Language French
Lexeme 1 trancher
Lexeme 2 tranchées
Meaning 1 to cut trancher de la viande avec un couteau
"to cut meat with a knife"
Direction
Meaning 2 colic tranchées utérines
"postnatal gripes"
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Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Swahili
Lexeme changa
Meaning 1 to cut in pieces, to slice
Direction
Meaning 2 to feel pain (mainly in the joints)
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Comment Polikanov
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Swahili
Lexeme wanga
Meaning 1 to cut (out), to hollow out
Direction
Meaning 2 to be sick; to wound, to hurt kichwa kinaniwanga
"I have a headache"
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Comment In this case the dictionary lists the meaning of "to be sick" as the first one.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Swahili
Lexeme katakata
Meaning 1 to cut up, to dice
Direction
Meaning 2 to feel a pang tumbo langu linakatakata
"I have gripes in my stomach"
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Comment Polikanov
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme 1 rezat'
Lexeme 2 rez'
Meaning 1 to cut
Direction
Meaning 2 colic рези в животе
"gripes in the stomach"
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Swahili
Lexeme mkeketo
Meaning 1 cutting off, parting off (of a solid object with a blunt knife)
Direction
Meaning 2 pain in the stomach, colic
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Comment Polikanov
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Type Polysemy
Language Hindi
Lexeme kaT
Meaning 1 to cut (tr.)
Direction
Meaning 2 to feel pain
Reference Reznikova et al. 2012 430
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Type Polysemy
Language Bulgarian
Lexeme сека
Meaning 1 to cut (tr.)
Direction
Meaning 2 to feel sharp pain
Reference Reznikova et al. 2012 441
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Realization
Type Polysemy
Language German
Lexeme schneiden
Meaning 1 to cut (tr.)
Direction
Meaning 2 to feel pain
Reference Reznikova et al. 2012 442
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