Number of realizations

9

right (vs. left)

south

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Oromo
Lexeme mirga
Meaning 1 right
Direction
Meaning 2 south
Reference
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Comment (Gragg 287-288); dialect of Wallaga (in other dialects probably the same word is used for other cardinal points, cf. ibid.)
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Sanskrit
Lexeme dakṣiṇa
Meaning 1 right (not left)
Direction
Meaning 2 south, southern (as being on the right side of a person looking eastward), situated to the south, turned or directed southward
Reference MW page 465
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Breton
Lexeme dehou, dehow
Meaning 1 the right side
Direction
Meaning 2 southern
Reference Matasović page 97
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Comment Old Breton dehou, Middle Breton deho, dechou. Proto-Celtic *dexs(i)wo- 'right, south' from Proto-Indo-European *deḱs-wo- 'right'. The meaning 'south' is derived from the main principle of orientation in the Celtic and IE tradition, by facing the rising sun
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Old Irish
Lexeme dess
Meaning 1 right (vs. left)
Direction
Meaning 2 south
Reference Matasović page 97
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Comment Modern Irish Gaelic deas 'south, southerly, to the south'
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Old Welsh
Lexeme dehau, deheu
Meaning 1 right (vs. left)
Direction
Meaning 2 south
Reference Matasović page 97
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Comment Modern Welsh dehau, de
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Cornish
Lexeme dehow, dyghow
Meaning 1 right (vs. left)
Direction
Meaning 2 south
Reference Matasović page 97
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Tangale
Lexeme sànùwa
Meaning 1 right (vs. left)
Direction
Meaning 2 south
Reference Kraft 1981
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Comment CLICS-3
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Bit (Pusing)
Lexeme su sam
Meaning 1 right (vs. left)
Direction
Meaning 2 south
Reference IDS
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Comment CLICS-3
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Scottish Gaelic
Lexeme deas
Meaning 1 right (side)
Direction
Meaning 2 South, southern
Reference Dwelly 1911
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Comment