to perceive smell to kiss 6 realizations
ACCEPTED Realization 1
Type Polysemy
Language Burmese
Lexeme nan:
Meaning 1 to smell
Direction
Meaning 2 to caress with the nostrils; to kiss
Reference Novikov et al. 1976: 299
Comment SEALang Burmese
ACCEPTED Realization 2
Type Polysemy
Language Indonesian
Lexeme mencium
Meaning 1 to smell, sniff
Direction
Meaning 2 to kiss (Javanese/Muslim style: placing nose on cheek and inhaling)', '(nowadays also) to kiss with the lip
Reference SEALang Indonesia
Comment Compare Indonesian ambung 'an Indonesian-style kiss (place one's nose on someone's cheek and inhale)', mengambung 'to kiss (in that way)' // cipok 'kiss (with te lips)', mencipok 'to kiss'
ACCEPTED Realization 3
Type Polysemy
Language Khmer
Lexeme tʰaəp
Meaning 1 to sniff (e.g. a flower)
Direction
Meaning 2 to kiss (formerly by touching someone's cheek with one's nose and sniffing; now used in the western sense)
Reference SEAlang Khmer
Comment Compare Khmer ksəɨt 'to puff; to breathe in, sniff; to kiss (in the Cambodian manner by placing the nose against the cheek and sniffing)'
ACCEPTED Realization 4
Type Polysemy
Language Malay
Lexeme mencium
Meaning 1 to smell; to sniff
Direction
Meaning 2 to kiss
Reference SEALang Malay
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 5
Type Polysemy
Language Sanskrit
Lexeme āghrā
Meaning 1 to smell anything; to smell at
Direction
Meaning 2 to kiss
Reference MW: 131
Comment Also samāghrā MW 1159, Кочергина 90, 695
ACCEPTED Realization 6
Type Polysemy
Language Shan
Lexeme nom1 (ၼူမ်)
Meaning 1 to smell, receive scent, smell of
Direction
Meaning 2 to kiss nom1 kɛm3 (ၼူမ်ၵႅမ်ႈ); nom1 sʰop4 (ၼူမ်သူပ်း)
to kiss on the cheeks; to kiss on the lips
Reference SEAlang Shan
Comment