Shift #574

boy — son

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Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Avar
Lexeme was
Meaning 1 boy
Meaning 2 son
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Comment The polysemy in general is typical for Nakh-Daghestanian languages and their different groups (i.e. the words that do not necessarily go back to the same proto-root) (Kibrik, Kodzasov 1990: 57).
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Lezgian
Lexeme gada
Meaning 1 boy, young man
Meaning 2 son
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Comment (LezgRus 80). The same in Agul ГАДА, Tabassaran ГИДИ.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Chaha
Lexeme ärč
Meaning 1 boy mamo wäxe ärču 'Mamo is a good boy'
Direction
Meaning 2 son yäbəru nəḳ ärč mamo 'Biru's oldest son Mamo'
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Comment (LGur. 19).
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Sanskrit
Lexeme kumārá
Meaning 1 child , boy , youth
Direction
Meaning 2 son
Reference MW
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Comment MW 292, Кочергина 166. Ku-māra (from mṛ 'to die') 'easily dying'
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Tabassaran
Lexeme baj
Meaning 1 boy бицIи бай
"young boy"
Meaning 2 son, young man аьхюну бай
"elder son"
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Comment (TabRus 74)
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Sanskrit
Lexeme dāraka
Meaning 1 boy
Direction
Meaning 2 son
Reference MW
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Comment MW476, Кочергина 265
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Hungarian
Lexeme fiú
Meaning 1 boy kisfiú
"a little boy"
Direction
Meaning 2 son apja fia
"his father's son"
Reference Гальди 1974 243
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Greek
Lexeme κόρος
Meaning 1 boy
Direction
Meaning 2 son
Reference Sakhno 2009 303
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Comment