bridge floor (vs. ceiling) 3 realizations
ACCEPTED Realization 1
Type Polysemy
Language Meadow Mari
Lexeme кӱвар
Meaning 1 bridge Кӱварым ышташ тӱҥалыныт, свайым кыреныт (Никандр Лекайн)
They began to build a bridge, drove piles.
Meaning 2 floor (vs. ceiling) паркет кӱвар
parquet floor
Reference Marij jylme muter
ACCEPTED Realization 2
Type Borrowing
Language 1 Russian
Language 2 Yakut
Lexeme 1 most
Lexeme 2 муоста
Meaning 1 bridge Мост через реку
a bridge over the river
Meaning 2 floor муостаны кырааскалаа-
to paint floors
Comment ЯРС 245. It should be noted that the Yakut word has also the meaning of 'bridge', e.g., өрүhү туоруур муоста 'the bridge across the river'. However, the meaning of 'floor' must have been developed internally in Yakut. (But cf. мостовая? 'pavement').
ACCEPTED Realization 3
Type Polysemy
Language Udmurt
Lexeme выж
Meaning 1 bridge из выж
stone bridge
Meaning 2 floor (vs. ceiling) выж миськыны
to clean the floor
Reference Kirillova 2008