Number of realizations

9

to see/to look at

to hear / to listen

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Gugu-yalanji
Lexeme nyajil
Meaning 1 to see
Meaning 2 to hear, to perceive
Reference
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Comment Маслова 2004, стр. 304.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Gugu-yimidjir
Lexeme nhaamaa
Meaning 1 to look, to see
Meaning 2 to hear
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Comment Маслова 2004, стр. 304.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Yir Yoront
Lexeme karr
Meaning 1 to see, to look
Meaning 2 to hear, to listen
Reference
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Comment Маслова 2004, 304
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Greek
Lexeme δέρκομαι
Meaning 1 to look; to see, to notice
Direction
Meaning 2 to perceive by hearing, to hear
Reference Bailly abrégé
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Comment 'descry, perceive' LSJ 379; ' fig. percibir, captar c. sentidos distintos de la vista o con la inteligencia' (DGE)
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Old Turkic
Lexeme kör-
Meaning 1 to see
Meaning 2 to listen
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Comment ЭСТЯ 3, 78
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Latin
Lexeme video
Meaning 1 to see
Direction
Meaning 2 to hear visae canes ululare per umbras
"the dogs' barking was heard (lit. was seen) in the dark"
Reference Glare page 2058-2059
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Comment 'to see, to notice, to observe (not excluding other forms of sensory perception)' (Glare); 'Of the other senses, to perceive, observe any thing' (Lewis & Short)
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Gugu-yimidjir
Lexeme nhamaa
Meaning 1 to see/to look at
Direction
Meaning 2 to hear
Reference Evans Wilkins 2000 page 551
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Gugu-yalanji
Lexeme nyajil
Meaning 1 to see
Direction
Meaning 2 to hear
Reference Evans Wilkins 2000 page 551
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Jaru
Lexeme nyang-
Meaning 1 to see/to look at
Direction
Meaning 2 to listen
Reference Evans Wilkins 2000 page 556
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Comment Tsunoda 1981: 184