Shift #759

to turn, rotate (intr.) → to feel dizzy

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Type Polysemy
Language Geez
Lexeme ʔankolala
Meaning 1 to spin, to roll [LGz. 283] hamar ʔənta tnkoləl mʔkala ʕawlo [LLA 860]
"the boat that flips in a storm"
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Meaning 2 to feel dizzy bədw kəbud za-ynkoləlo la-dəmh kama səte kərdd za-wəsta ʔəda mayysi (LLA 860)
"leaden sleep that makes you dizzy like a herbal drink in the brewer's hand"
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Comment In Ge'ez it can be presumably both transitive and intransitive.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Amharic
Lexeme ʔazorä
Meaning 1 to turn, to rotate [K 1665]
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Meaning 2 to make feel dizzy
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Type Polysemy
Language Sanskrit
Lexeme bhramá
Meaning 1 spinning, going round
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Meaning 2 dizziness
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Comment Кочергина 487
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Type Polysemy
Language Erzya
Lexeme велямс
Meaning 1 to spin
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Meaning 2 to feel dizzy велясь прясь, нургась вачо пекесь
"he felt dizzy and had a growling stomach"
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Comment Also веляськадома 'giddiness' ЭрзРС 123-124
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Latin
Lexeme vertigo
Meaning 1 spinning, going round
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Meaning 2 dizziness
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Comment From the verb 'verto'
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Type Polysemy
Language Hindi
Lexeme ghūm
Meaning 1 to spin
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Meaning 2 to feel dizzy
Reference Reznikova et al. 2012 442
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