Shift #3610

to forget → forget-me-not (flower)

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Type Derivation
Language French
Lexeme 1 oublier
Lexeme 2 ne-m'oubliez-pas
Meaning 1 forget Il oublie tout ce qu'il lit.
"He forgets everything he reads."
Direction
Meaning 2 forget-me-not
Reference Larousse online
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Type Derivation
Language Spanish
Lexeme 1 olvidar
Lexeme 2 nomeolvides
Meaning 1 to forget olvidarse de hacer algo
"to forget to do something"
Direction
Meaning 2 forget-me-not
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Comment Narumov 1995: 529, 541
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Type Derivation
Language Italian
Lexeme 1 scordarsi
Lexeme 2 nontiscordardimé
Meaning 1 to forget scordatene!
"Forget about this"
Direction
Meaning 2 forget-me-not
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Type Derivation
Language Turkish
Lexeme 1 unut-
Lexeme 2 unutmabeni
Meaning 1 to forget kalemimi evde unuttum
"I forgot my pen at home."
Direction
Meaning 2 forget-me-not ( Myosotis palustris)
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Comment ТуРС 880.
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Type Derivation
Language English
Lexeme 1 to forget
Lexeme 2 forget-me-not
Meaning 1 to forget I forgot my password
"I forgot my password"
Direction
Meaning 2 forget-me-not (flower)
Reference
Related Languages Cf. Germ. vergessen 'to forget', Vergißmeinnicht 'forget-me-not', Dutch vergeten 'to forget', vergeet-mij-niet 'forget-me-not'
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Language Russian
Lexeme 1 zabyt'
Lexeme 2 nezabudka
Meaning 1 to forget Я забыл нарвать букет незабудок
"I forgot to pick up a bunch of forget-me-nots"
Direction
Meaning 2 forget-me-not Я нарвал букет незабудок
"I picked up a bunch of forget-me-nots"
Reference
Related Languages Cf. Ukrainian незабудь 'forget-me-not' (but also люби-мене = lit. love-me).
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Type Derivation
Language Latvian
Lexeme 1 aizmirst
Lexeme 2 neaizmirstule
Meaning 1 to forget
Direction
Meaning 2 forget-me-not
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Type Derivation
Language Armenian
Lexeme 1 moṙanal (մոռանալ)
Lexeme 2 anmoṙuk (անմոռուկ)
Meaning 1 to forget
Direction
Meaning 2 forget-me-not (flower) geġec‘ik anmoṙuk (գեղեցիկ անմոռուկ)
"beautiful forget-me-not"
Reference АрмРС
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Comment АрмРС 48. From an- (negative prefix) +‎ moṙ(anal) +‎ -uk (diminutive suffix)
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Type Derivation
Language Modern Greek
Lexeme 1 λησμονώ
Lexeme 2 μη με λησμόνει
Meaning 1 to forget
Direction
Meaning 2 forget-me-not (flower)
Reference Хориков, Малев
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Comment μη (negating particle) + με • (me (accusative)) + λησμόνει
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Type Derivation
Language Hungarian
Lexeme 1 felejt
Lexeme 2 nefelejcs
Meaning 1 to forget
Direction
Meaning 2 forget-me-not (flower)
Reference Глазунов 2003
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Comment The second-person singular imperative mood of felejt is correctly spelled felejts but pronounced felejcs.
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Type Derivation
Language Icelandic
Lexeme 1 gleyma
Lexeme 2 gleym-mér-ei
Meaning 1 to forget Hann gleymir oft að vökva blómin
"He often forgets to water the flowers."
Direction
Meaning 2 forget-me-not (flower)
Reference ISLEX
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Comment From the imperative of gleyma (“to forget”) + the dative of ég (“I”) + ei (“not”).
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Type Derivation
Language Romanian
Lexeme 1 uita
Lexeme 2 nu-mă-uita
Meaning 1 to forget
Direction
Meaning 2 forget-me-not (flower)
Reference DEX98
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