Number of realizations

15

to spring, jump

to dance

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Yakut
Lexeme еккире:-
Meaning 1 to jump
Meaning 2 to dance
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Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Karaim
Lexeme секир-
Meaning 1 to jump
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance тивилди ол катын, кайсы кобуз эситкенде сэкирэдь, олду катын, кайсы ивнин керэгин билэдь
"A good one is not the one aho dances on hearing music, but the one who knows to do house chores"
Reference KRPS page 470 498 524
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Comment Cf. also the derivatives секирмяк 'dance', сэкирик 'jump, hop' (in different dialects there are different vowels).
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Sanskrit
Lexeme valg
Meaning 1 to spring , bound , leap
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance
Reference MW
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Comment MW 928, Кочергина 569
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Latin
Lexeme 1 salio, salire
Lexeme 2 salto, saltare
Meaning 1 to spring, leap
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance
Reference Glare page 1681-1683
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Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Lithuanian
Lexeme šokti
Meaning 1 to jump, leap, hop Žiógas šóka per̃ pievẽlę
"A grasshopper is hopping across the lawn"
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance Šokant tango poroje būtinas artimas kontaktas.
"Dancing in a pair of tango requires close contact."
Reference LRŽ
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Comment Cognate with Latvian sâkt 'start, begin'. Frequently connected with Old Church Slavonic скакати, скачѫ (skakati, skačǫ) 'hop, jump', скочити (skočiti) 'jump, leap', Proto-Germanic *skehaną 'spring up, emerge'.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Old Norse
Lexeme hoppa
Meaning 1 to hop, jump about
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance
Reference Buck page 690
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Comment cf. Danish hoppe 'jump'
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Old English
Lexeme hlēapan
Meaning 1 to spring, jump (also 'to run') Hlēap ofer þæt ġeat!
"Jump over the gate!"
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance Hērōdēs swōr þæt hē wolde þǣre hlēapendan dehter forġiefan swā hwæt swā hēo bæd (Ælfric, "The Beheading of St. John the Baptist", late 10th century)
"Herod swore that he would give the dancing daughter whatever she asked."
Reference Bosworth Toller
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Comment Middle English lepen, English leap. From Proto-Germanic *hlaupan 'to jump forward, to leap'
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Albanian
Lexeme kërcej
Meaning 1 to spring, jump
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance
Reference Koči Skendi 1950 page 166
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Vietnamese
Lexeme nhảy
Meaning 1 to spring, jump, leap Không trốn được vì ngay trên bến tầu, không trốn được vì nhẩy xuống nước nó cũng bắt, chạy trong thành phố nó cũng bắt.
"Impossible to flee because you're right on the dock, can't flee because if you jump into the water they will catch you and if you run into the city they will also catch you"
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance Tôi đi thăm một số bạn bè và hút thuốc để quên thầy, có lúc lại đi vũ trường. Nhưng tôi không nhảy mà chỉ ngồi bên, uống cà phê
" went to visit a number of friends and to smoke to forget my father and they went out on the dance floor. But I didn't dance, I only sat on the side drinking coffee"
Reference SEAlang Vietnamese
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Yangliu
Lexeme bə³³
Meaning 1 to jump; leap
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance
Reference Yang 2011
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Comment CLICS-3
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Xuzhang
Lexeme tsai²¹
Meaning 1 to jump; leap
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance
Reference Yang 2011
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Comment CLICS-3
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Jingpho (Kachin)
Lexeme ka̱³¹
Meaning 1 to jump
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance
Reference Sūn 1991
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Comment CLICS-3
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Mandarin Chinese
Lexeme 1 tiào (跳)
Lexeme 2 tiàowǔ (跳舞)
Meaning 1 to jump; to leap; to hop
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance
Reference BKRS
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Comment 'to jump' + wǔ (舞) 'to dance; to wield; to brandish'
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Udmurt
Lexeme тэтчаны
Meaning 1 to spring, jump выж вылысен тэтчаны, гозы вамен тэтчаны
"jump from a bridge, jump over a rope"
Direction
Meaning 2 (dialect) to dance клубын тэтчаны
"dance in the club"
Reference Kirillova 2008
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Thai
Lexeme tên
Meaning 1 to spring, jump lôot ˈtên
"to jump up and down (with delight)"
Direction
Meaning 2 to dance ˈrooŋ tên ˈram
"dance pavilion, dance hall, ballroom"
Reference SEAlang Thai
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