to calculate, count to have opinion 53 realizations
ACCEPTED Realization 1
Type Polysemy
Language Fula
Lexeme jatoo
Meaning 1 to count
Direction
Meaning 2 to think, to consider
Reference
Comment ФРФС 262
ACCEPTED Realization 2
Type Polysemy
Language Swahili
Lexeme kadiri
Meaning 1 to count, to compute, to calculate
Direction
Meaning 2 to suppose, to assume
Reference
Comment Polikanov
ACCEPTED Realization 3
Type Polysemy
Language Kannada
Lexeme eṇike
Meaning 1 counting, number
Direction
Meaning 2 thinking
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181
ACCEPTED Realization 4
Type Polysemy
Language Nahuatl
Lexeme 1 poa
Lexeme 2 yolpoa
Meaning 1 count
Direction
Meaning 2 think
Reference
Comment yollotl 'heart'
ACCEPTED Realization 5
Type Polysemy
Language Swahili
Lexeme hesabu
Meaning 1 count
Direction
Meaning 2 consider (as)
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181 (from Arabic ḥasaba)
ACCEPTED Realization 6
Type Polysemy
Language Komi
Lexeme artal-
Meaning 1 count, calculate
Direction
Meaning 2 think
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181
ACCEPTED Realization 7
Type Polysemy
Language Bagvalal
Lexeme b=is'ĩ
Meaning 1 <кто: ERG; кого/что: NOM>
Meaning 2
Reference Кибрик (ред.) 2001: 850
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 8
Type Polysemy
Language Nanaj
Lexeme bodo-
Meaning 1 to count, to reckon, to calculate
Direction
Meaning 2 to regard as, to take smb for smth balana ekte naiva ui-dē naidu bodoasi bičin
Before no one considered women human
Reference
Comment Borrowed from the Mong. бодо- 'think'.
ACCEPTED Realization 9
Type Polysemy
Language Lezgian
Lexeme zi hisabdaldi
Meaning 1 I reckon
Direction
Meaning 2 to my opinion, I guess (that)
Reference
Comment (LezgRus 103). The Instrumental form from ГЬИСАБ 'count'.
ACCEPTED Realization 10
Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme sčitat'
Meaning 1 to count считать звезды на небе
to count the stars in the sky
Direction
Meaning 2 to think, to believe Я считаю, что ты неправ.
I think you are wrong.
Reference
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 11
Type Polysemy
Language German
Lexeme zählen
Meaning 1 to count die Stimmzettel zählen
to count bills (votes)
Direction
Meaning 2 to be regarded as Er wird zu den Besten gezählt.
He is considered one of the best.
Reference
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 12
Type Polysemy
Language French
Lexeme compter
Meaning 1 to count
Direction
Meaning 2 to have an opinion
Reference
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 13
Type Polysemy
Language Mandarin Chinese
Lexeme 算 (suàn)
Meaning 1 to count, to reckon, to calculate 算一算多少钱。 / suàn yī suàn duōshǎo qián
Calculate how much it costs. 
Direction
Meaning 2 to assume, to admit
我算着他该来了。 / wǒ suànzhe tā gāi láile


I think he should come.

Reference BKRS
Comment БКРС 4633
ACCEPTED Realization 14
Type Polysemy
Language Macedonian
Lexeme broi
Meaning 1 to count
Direction
Meaning 2 to think
Reference
Comment [Толовски, Иллич-Свитыч 1963: 41]
ACCEPTED Realization 15
Type Polysemy
Language Latin
Lexeme ratio
Meaning 1 count, calculation
Direction
Meaning 2 thought, reflection
Reference
Comment (Glare 1575)
ACCEPTED Realization 16
Type Polysemy
Language Geez
Lexeme ḫʷallaḳʷa
Meaning 1 count, number, enumerate wa-ḫʷalaḳomu babāmā la-kʷəllu sabʔa ʔəsrāʔ̑el wa-konu 6000 (1 Reg 11:8)
and he counted in Bāmā all the people of Israel and they were 6000
Direction
Meaning 2 take account, review, impute, consider ʔəḫʷelləḳomu kama baḳʷəʕet wa-barakat (Walatta Petros 34)
I consider them as profit and blessing (= to be profit and blessing)
Reference CDG: 261
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 17
Type Polysemy
Language Tuvan
Lexeme сана-
Meaning 1 to count, to calculate
Direction
Meaning 2 to think, to estimate, to admit эки деп санаар
to consider good
Reference
Comment The same Karaim. сан- '1 to count, to calculate; 2 to think, to believe' (КРПС 464).
ACCEPTED Realization 18
Type Derivation
Language Latin
Lexeme puto, -are
Meaning 1 to calculate
Direction
Meaning 2 to have an opinion
Reference
Comment Glare 383, 1526. Cf. also computo 'calculate'
ACCEPTED Realization 19
Type Polysemy
Language English
Lexeme count
Meaning 1 to find the number of smth. to count one's money
Direction
Meaning 2 to consider to be, to regard as a. to count smb. as dead
Reference
Comment The verb count in meaning B is not used in constructions with the complement clauses.
ACCEPTED Realization 20
Type Polysemy
Language Turkmen
Lexeme са:й-
Meaning 1 to count, to calculate
Direction
Meaning 2 to regard as
Reference
Comment The same in Turkish
ACCEPTED Realization 21
Type Derivation
Language Classical Arabic
Lexeme 1 حَسَبَ ḥasaba
Lexeme 2 حَسِبَ ḥasiba
Meaning 1 to count
Direction
Meaning 2 to believe, to think, to imagine ḥasibtuhu ṣāliḥ-an
I thought him good, righteous.
Reference BK: I 423 Lane: 565
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 22
Type Polysemy
Language Akkadian
Lexeme manû
Meaning 1 to count, to count and list

awīlūtum-ma manû ūmūša (Epos of Gilgamesh iv:142)


(As for) mankind - their days are numbered 

Direction
Meaning 2 to consider a person, a region, an object as belonging to a specific class, region, or destination alqâššunūti-ma ana nišē mātīya amnušunūti
I took and considered them as people of my own land.
Reference CAD: m 221ff.
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 23
Type Polysemy
Language Italian
Lexeme contare
Meaning 1 to count
Direction
Meaning 2 to have an opinion Lo conto un grand’uomo.
Reference
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 24
Type Polysemy
Language Yoruba
Lexeme
Meaning 1 count
Direction
Meaning 2 regard as
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181
ACCEPTED Realization 25
Type Derivation
Language Indonesian
Lexeme 1 menghitung
Lexeme 2 memperhitungkan
Meaning 1 count, calculate
Direction
Meaning 2 calculate, take into consideration
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181
ACCEPTED Realization 26
Type Polysemy
Language Manchu
Lexeme bodo-
Meaning 1 calculate
Direction
Meaning 2 plan, consider
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181
ACCEPTED Realization 27
Type Polysemy
Language Rapanui
Lexeme tapa
Meaning 1 count
Direction
Meaning 2 consider, determine
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181
ACCEPTED Realization 28
Type Polysemy
Language Telugu
Lexeme ennu
Meaning 1 count
Direction
Meaning 2 think, esteem
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181
ACCEPTED Realization 29
Type Polysemy
Language Hungarian
Lexeme számol
Meaning 1 count
Direction
Meaning 2 take into account/consideration
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181
ACCEPTED Realization 30
Type Polysemy
Language Estonian
Lexeme arvama
Meaning 1 reckon, count
Direction
Meaning 2 think, consider
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181
ACCEPTED Realization 31
Type Polysemy
Language Mongolian (Khalkha)
Lexeme toolo-
Meaning 1 calculate, count
Direction
Meaning 2 consider
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181
ACCEPTED Realization 32
Type Polysemy
Language Amharic
Lexeme ḳʷäṭṭärä
Meaning 1 to count, enumerate, calculate, reckon dəmṣ ḳʷäṭṭärä
to count the votes
Direction
Meaning 2 to regard, consider as, ascribe, impute əndä wädaǧǧe əḳʷäṭrəhallähu
I regard you as my friend
Reference AED: 831 Gankin 1969: 363
Comment In the meaning B governs the preposition əndä 'like, as'.
SUSPENDED Realization 33
Type Polysemy
Language Sumerian
Lexeme šár
Meaning 1 calculate
Direction
Meaning 2 consider carefully
Reference Haser 2000: 181
Comment Cf.! Attinger, 2021 p. 969-970. First of all, verb šár has a initial meaning different from one given in Haser, particulalrly: Intrans. "etre nombreaux"; trans. "rendre nombreaux"; "abattre, offrir en grande quantite" (spec. des moutons). Moreover, a second meaning which is somehow close to the meaning B is only represented in the compl. verb enim~šár (lit. "to make a word numerous, abundant"): Intrans. "aller bon train" (discussions); trans. "discuter chaudement; debattre".
ACCEPTED Realization 34
Type Polysemy
Language Balinese
Lexeme (N)-ituŋ
Meaning 1 calculate
Direction
Meaning 2 think something other, weighing up the pros and cons
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181
ACCEPTED Realization 35
Type Polysemy
Language Zulu
Lexeme ɓala
Meaning 1 count, calvulate
Direction
Meaning 2 take into account, analyze
Reference
Comment ɓalisa 'cause to count; ponder over one`s troubles'
ACCEPTED Realization 36
Type Polysemy
Language Egyptian
Lexeme jp
Meaning 1 count, pay
Direction
Meaning 2 consider, be reasonable
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 180
ACCEPTED Realization 37
Type Polysemy
Language Khmer
Lexeme rɔap
Meaning 1 count
Direction
Meaning 2 consider
Reference
Comment Haser 2000, 181
ACCEPTED Realization 38
Type Polysemy
Language Icelandic
Lexeme telja
Meaning 1 to count þau töldu peningana
they counted the money
Direction
Meaning 2 to have opinion ég tel hana vera góðan kennara
I consider him as a good teacher
Reference ISLEX
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 39
Type Polysemy
Language Norwegian
Lexeme regne
Meaning 1 to calculate
Direction
Meaning 2 to consider as hun regnes for å være spesialist på området
she is considered to be an expert in this field
Reference BO
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 40
Type Polysemy
Language Swedish
Lexeme räkna
Meaning 1 to count räkna pengar
to count money
Direction
Meaning 2 to consider as jag har alltid räknat honom som en vän
I have always considered him as a friend
Reference SAO
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 41
Type Polysemy
Language Danish
Lexeme regne
Meaning 1 to calculate
Direction
Meaning 2 to consider as Han regnedes for en af de klogere
He was considered as one of the cleverest people
Reference DDO
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 42
Type Polysemy
Language Hungarian
Lexeme számít
Meaning 1 to calculate, count forintban számítani
to count in forints
Direction
Meaning 2 to consider a legjobb költők közé számítják
he is considered to be one of the best poets
Reference Гальди 1974: 674
Comment
NEW Realization 43
Type Polysemy
Language Serbian
Lexeme рачунати (računati)
Meaning 1 to calculate, count рачунати на дигитрону
to count on calculator
Direction
Meaning 2 to have opinion Рачунали смо да нам је пријатељ.
We thought that he was our friend.
Reference Vujanitsh et al. 2007: 1143
Comment
NEW Realization 44
Type Polysemy
Language Croatian
Lexeme računati
Meaning 1 to calculate, count
Direction
Meaning 2 to have opinion Kao računam bolje mi je sutra ustati ranije
I think I better get up earlier tomorrow
Reference HJP
Comment
NEW Realization 45
Type Polysemy
Language Tamil
Lexeme ēṇ
Meaning 1 number, calculation
Direction
Meaning 2 thought, imagination
Reference Winslow Tamil: 173
Comment
NEW Realization 46
Type Polysemy
Language Tatar
Lexeme санау
Meaning 1 to calculate, count
Direction
Meaning 2 to have opinion
Reference Asylgaraev, Ganiev et al. (eds.) 2007: 2, 215
Comment
NEW Realization 47
Type Polysemy
Language Tatar
Lexeme хисаплау
Meaning 1 to calculate, count
Direction
Meaning 2 to have opinion
Reference Asylgaraev, Ganiev et al. (eds.) 2007: 2, 534
Comment
NEW Realization 48
Type Polysemy
Language Tatar
Lexeme исәпләү
Meaning 1 to calculate, count
Direction
Meaning 2 to have opinion
Reference Asylgaraev, Ganiev et al. (eds.) 2007: 1, 462
Comment
NEW Realization 49
Type Polysemy
Language Yakut
Lexeme аах
Meaning 1 to calculate, count
Direction
Meaning 2 to have opinion
Reference SakhaTyla.Ru
Comment
NEW Realization 50
Type Derivation
Language Bulgarian
Lexeme 1 броя
Lexeme 2 броя се
Meaning 1 to calculate, count

броя до десет


count to ten

Direction
Meaning 2 to be considered

той се брои за смел човек


he is considered to be a brave person

Reference Bernštejn 1966: 47
Comment
NEW Realization 51
Type Polysemy
Language Bulgarian
Lexeme сметна
Meaning 1 to calculate, count
Direction
Meaning 2 to think, to suggest
Reference Bernštejn 1966: 619
Comment
NEW Realization 52
Type Polysemy
Language Erzya
Lexeme ловомс
Meaning 1 to calculate, count

ловомс кеменьс


count to ten

Direction
Meaning 2 to have opinion

мон лован, што сонзэ пеле вндечись


In my opinion, he is right

Reference Serebrennikov et al. 1993: 348
Comment
NEW Realization 53
Type Polysemy
Language Udmurt
Lexeme лыдъялляны
Meaning 1 to calculate, count

процентсэ лыдъялляны


calculate interest

Direction
Meaning 2 to have opinion, consider

сое усто ужась чотын лыдъялляло


he is considered a valuable employee

Reference Kirillova 2008
Comment