Shift #522

hand/arm → branch (of a river)

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Type Cognates
Language German
Lexeme 1 Arm
Lexeme 2 Flußarm
Meaning 1 arm
Direction
Meaning 2 armlet
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Comment
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Type Derivation
Language Modern Greek
Lexeme βραχίονας
Meaning 1 arm, shoulder
Direction
Meaning 2 armlet
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Comment Хориков, Малев 197
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Nenets
Lexeme нгуда
Meaning 1 arm
Meaning 2 armlet, draw
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Comment (Murzaev 1974: 130)
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Karachay-Balkar
Lexeme qol
Meaning 1 arm
Direction
Meaning 2 armlet, tributary
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Comment (Murzaev 1974: 130)
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Type Polysemy
Language Classical Arabic
Lexeme sāʕid-
Meaning 1 'fore arm' šadda l-lāhu ʕal s-sāʕid-i-ka
"'may God strengthen your fore arm'"
Direction
Meaning 2 'the channel in which water runs to a river; the channel in which a large river runs to small river'
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Comment Lane 1362
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Swahili
Lexeme mkono
Meaning 1 arm
Meaning 2 armlet
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Comment Polikanov
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Romanian
Lexeme braţ
Meaning 1 arm
Direction
Meaning 2 armlet braţ principal, braţ navigabil, braţ mort
"principal channel, boatable channel, dead channel"
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Comment DRRS 1, 268.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language French
Lexeme bras
Meaning 1 hand/arm écarter les bras
"to stretch out one’s arms"
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Meaning 2 branch (of a river) bras d'un fleuve
"branch of a river"
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