Shift #96

inflated → proud

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Type Derivation
Language 1 Old Slavonic
Language 2 Church Slavonic
Lexeme 1 дѫти, дъмѫ
Lexeme 2 надъменъ, надъменый
Meaning 1 to blow
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Meaning 2 proud
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Comment Черных 1, 557. Cf. Pol. duma 'pride'
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Greek
Lexeme φῡσάω
Meaning 1 to blow
Direction
Meaning 2 to boast
Reference LSJ
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Comment LSJ 1963
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Farsi
Lexeme дäми-
Meaning 1 to blow (up), to inflate
Direction
Meaning 2 to put on air
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Comment ПРС 366. The same root as in Slav.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme nadutyj
Meaning 1 inflated cf. Мяч надулся 'The ball inflated'. Паруса надулись 'The sails puffed up'.
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Meaning 2 arrogant Другой хоть прытче будь, надутый всяким чванством. (Грибоедов) 'Another, be him even quicker, is inflated with false pride.' (Griboedov)
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Comment Ср. напыщенный, высокопарный (pompous, turgid - of style, language); надутые выражения (bombastic expressions); надутый слог (bombastic language).
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Gagauz
Lexeme şiş
Meaning 1 inflated шиш текерлек
"inflated tyre"
Meaning 2 haughty, arrogant
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Type Derivation
Language Classical Arabic
Lexeme 1 ʔintafaḫa
Lexeme 2 nafḫ-
Meaning 1 'to be inflated'
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Meaning 2 'pride'
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Comment Lane 2821. ʔintafaḫa means also 'to be inflated with pride', although this meaning is not registered in Lane.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language French
Lexeme gonflé
Meaning 1 inflated ballon gonflé
"an inflated ball"
Direction
Meaning 2 proud l'air gonflé et satisfait de lui-même
"a proud and self-satisfied look"
Reference CNRTL
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