Shift #502

ear → opening, hole

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Type Polysemy
Language Udmurt
Lexeme пель
Meaning 1 ear
Meaning 2 eye (tub, bell)
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Comment
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Type Polysemy
Language Tuvan
Lexeme кулак
Meaning 1 ear
Meaning 2 eye (tub)
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Comment Cf. Gagauz. fist 1 ear 2 eye (needle, pin)
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Type Derivation
Language Russian
Lexeme 1 uho
Lexeme 2 uško
Meaning 1 ear
Meaning 2 ear ушко иглы
"needle eye"
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Comment Both EAR and EYE {of a cauldron, bell; button, medal}.
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Type Polysemy
Language Chuvash
Lexeme хăлха
Meaning 1 ear
Meaning 2 eye (pot, pail)
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Comment
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Type Polysemy
Language English
Lexeme ear
Meaning 1 ear
Meaning 2 tug, handle ear arm
"— заушник у очков"
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Comment
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Type Polysemy
Language Bezhta
Lexeme ʔaˁnʁaˁ
Meaning 1 ear
Meaning 2 eye of a needle, horn shaped part of a plough
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Type Polysemy
Language French
Lexeme oreille
Meaning 1 ear
Meaning 2 handle (vessel), earth board, anchor blade, ear, lugworm a. oreille de plaque
"— выступ пластины (аккумулятора) — контактный зажим"
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Type Polysemy
Language Komi
Lexeme пель
Meaning 1 ear пельö вашнитны
"to whisper in one's ear"
Meaning 2 eye, lugworm (cauldron, tub) пöрт пеля
"cauldron ear"
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Comment КомиРС, 487
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Akkadian
Lexeme uznu
Meaning 1 ear
Meaning 2 handle (vessel, cup)
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Comment AHw. 1448
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Type Polysemy
Language Amharic
Lexeme ğoro
Meaning 1 'ear' dəmmät ḳäṭ yalä ğoro allat
"'A cat has pointed ears' (Leslau 1973:367)"
Meaning 2 'handle (of a cup, ewer, crock or basin); eye (of a needle)' ' yäsənni ğoro
"'cup handle'"
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Comment K 1858