Shift #639

to become ready (of food) — to ripen

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Type Polysemy
Language Udihe
Lexeme йē-
Meaning 1 to get boiled, to get cooked (о вареве)
Meaning 2 to ripen (berries)
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Comment Кормушин 1998, 243
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Type Polysemy
Language Aghul
Lexeme uǯas
Meaning 1 to bake
Meaning 2 to ripen
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Comment (Sulejmanov 2003). The same in the Tabassaran УБЖУБ/УРЖУБ (TabRus 290).
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Type Polysemy
Language Amharic
Lexeme bässälä
Meaning 1 'to be cooked, become soft through cooking' [K 896]
Meaning 2 'to be ripe (fruit, vegetable), to ripen' [K 896]
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Comment The root can be traced back to the Protosemitic; the primary meaning is apparently 'to boil', though meaning B is also represented nearly in all languages.
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Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme pospevat'
Meaning 1 to be cooked, to be boiled Щи давно поспели 'Cabbage soup was ready a while ago'.
Meaning 2 to ripen a. Поспели вишни в саду у дяди Вани. 'In uncle Vanya's garden the cherries are ripe.'
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Comment Cf. Dal': "Sometimes it is used about people and animals: К осени у меня две своры борзых поспеют (By autumn I will have two packs of hounds ripe). Он поспел в солдаты, вошел в года, годен (He is mature enough to do the military service)".
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Type Polysemy
Language Karaim
Lexeme пишкэн
Meaning 1 cooked, boiled
Meaning 2 ripe, mature
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Comment The same in Gagauz пишкин '1 baked; boiled 2 mature, ripe 3 experienced' ГРМС 369.
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Type Polysemy
Language Udi
Lexeme apːesun
Meaning 1 to be boiling, to cook, to be baking
Meaning 2 to ripen
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Comment Cf. апIи '1. Baked (meat, bread etc.), 2. Ripe, mature (fruit, berry)' (Gukasjan 1974: 46)/
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Type Polysemy
Language Yakut
Lexeme бус-
Meaning 1 to be boiling, to be baking 1) эт буhан эрэр
"1) meat is starting to boil"
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Meaning 2 to ripen 1) отон буспут
"1) berries are ripe 2) wheat is ripe"
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