Shift #992

to see/to look at → to have experience

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Type Polysemy
Language Spanish
Lexeme ver
Meaning 1 to see
Direction
Meaning 2 to be testimony Ellas no han visto la Guerra
"They have never seen the war"
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Comment Cf. also the Fr. Voir
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Chuvash
Lexeme кур-
Meaning 1 to see
Direction
Meaning 2 to bear, to stand
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Comment The same root with the same meanings in Kum., Kyr., Kaz., Nog., Karakalp., Uygh., Alt., Khak., Tuv., Yak. (ЭСТЯ 3, 78), гагауз. Гöр- (ГРМС 119).
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme videt'
Meaning 1 to see
Direction
Meaning 2 to see они не видели войны
"They did not see the war"
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Comment
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Type Polysemy
Language English
Lexeme see
Meaning 1 to see
Direction
Meaning 2 to feel, to experience We've seen some good times together, Dave and I
"We've seen some good times together, Dave and I"
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Comment
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Type Polysemy
Language Akkadian
Lexeme amāru
Meaning 1 to see, behold, look at ṣuḫārum kišādam la i-ma-ru kunkamma idnaššum ‚the servant must not see the necklace, give it to him under seal’
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Meaning 2 to experience rubû šû marušta im-mar ‘that prince will experience misfortune’
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Comment (CAD A II 5-11).
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Amharic
Lexeme ayyä
Meaning 1 to see, look zor bəye tämällätku gən mənəm alayyähum 'I turned and watched but saw nothing'
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Meaning 2 to experience (suffering, hardship) səḳay ayyä 'to suffer, undergo suffering (lit. see suffering)'; fätäna ayyä 'to experience, undergo hardship'
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Comment (K 1282-1283).