Shift #680

to swell up → to be angry

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Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Gagauz
Lexeme şiş
Meaning 1 inflated шиш текерлек
"inflated tyre"
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Meaning 2 sod all, bugger all шиш дудаклы
"angry, sulky (lit. with inflated lips)"
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Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme naduvat'sja
Meaning 1 to be filled with air, gas; to balloon a. Мяч надулся. 'The ball got inflated.' b. Паруса надулись. 'The sails filled with wind.'
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Meaning 2 to take offence Он на меня надулся и не разговаривает со мной.
"He got sulky with me and does not talk to me."
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Comment The same meaning B in the Russian дуться (Хотя мы с ним и помирились, но он все еще продолжает на меня дуться 'Though we made up with him, he is still sulking with me').
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Type Polysemy
Language Lezgian
Lexeme qːuwunun
Meaning 1 to swell, to rise, to puff up тини къувуннава
"the dough has risen"
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Meaning 2 to be sulky with smn вун вучиз къувуннава
"Why are you sulky (lit. angry)?"
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Type Polysemy
Language Mongolian (Khalkha)
Lexeme burʒagna-
Meaning 1 to blow, to play the trumpet
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Meaning 2 to be sulky with smn
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Comment БАМРС.