Shift #573

to come → to come (of an event)

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Type Polysemy
Language Japanese
Lexeme kuru (来る)
Meaning 1 to come ジョンが来ること望んでいる
"I hope for John to come."
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Meaning 2 to come (event) fuyu-no ato-ni haru-ga kuru
"Spring comes after winter."
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Comment EDICT.
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Type Polysemy
Language English
Lexeme come
Meaning 1 to come
Meaning 2 to come (of an event) Summer came unexpectedly.
"Summer came unexpectedly."
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Type Polysemy
Language 1 Old Slavonic
Language 2 Russian
Lexeme 1 грясти
Lexeme 2 grjaduščij
Meaning 1 to come
Meaning 2 coming грядущие события, грядущий год
"the events to come"
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Comment шрифт
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme prihodit'
Meaning 1 to come Тетя Груня пришла!
"Aunt Grounya has come!"
Meaning 2 to come Осень уж пришла.
"Autumn came."
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Comment According to Ozhegov: 'to come (of time)'.
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Type Polysemy
Language Mongolian (Khalkha)
Lexeme ire-
Meaning 1 to come
Meaning 2 to come (of an event) ирэх жил
"the coming year"
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Type Polysemy
Language Chagatai
Lexeme gel-
Meaning 1 to come
Meaning 2 to come (event) gelesi yıl
"next year"
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Comment The same in Karaim. кел-'come', келеси ишляр 'things to do' КРПС 302, and in the Gagauz гел- ГРМС 109 and also in other Turkic languages.
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Type Polysemy
Language Amharic
Lexeme mäṭṭa
Meaning 1 'to come, arrive' yəhäw mäṭṭa
"'here he comes!'"
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Meaning 2 'to come into existence, arise, occur, happen, come about; to begin, commence (season etc.)' bämmimäṭaw samənt
"'next week'"
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Comment K 348
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language French
Lexeme venir
Meaning 1 to come venir pour dîner
"to come for dinner"
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Meaning 2 to come (of an event) l'automne vient; son heure viendra
"autumn is coming; his time will come"
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Type Polysemy
Language Norwegian
Lexeme komme
Meaning 1 to come de ropte, men han kom ikke
"they called him but he did not come"
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Meaning 2 to come (of an event) endelig kom våren
"spring finally came"
Reference BO
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Type Polysemy
Language Danish
Lexeme komme
Meaning 1 to come komme nærmere
"to come closer"
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Meaning 2 to happen
Reference DDO
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Type Polysemy
Language Swedish
Lexeme komma
Meaning 1 to come komma hem
"to come home"
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Meaning 2 to come (of an event) påsken kom sent det året
"this year's Easter was late"
Reference SAO
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Type Polysemy
Language Icelandic
Lexeme koma
Meaning 1 to come ég kom heim klukkan átta
"I came home at 8 o’clock"
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Meaning 2 to come (of an event) það er kominn morgunn
"the morning has come"
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