Number of realizations

18

root (of a plant)

basis

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Classical Arabic
Lexeme ʔaṣl-
Meaning 1 root
Direction
Meaning 2 foundation, base ʕilm-u l-ʔuṣūl-I 'the science of the fundamentals, fundamental articles, dogmas, principles'
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Comment (Lane 64-65; BK I 37).
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Greek
Lexeme ῥίζα
Meaning 1 root
Direction
Meaning 2 foundation, base, source, origin
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Farsi
Lexeme بن bon
Meaning 1 root
Direction
Meaning 2 foundation, base بن کوه bon-e kuh
"base of the mountain"
Reference Rubinčik 1970 page 220
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Comment ПРС 127.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme koren'
Meaning 1 root
Direction
Meaning 2 beginning, source, origin корень зла
"the root of all evil"
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Moksha
Lexeme ункс
Meaning 1 root
Direction
Meaning 2 base, source, origin кяжень ункс
"The root of evil"
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Comment Absent in Erzya МокшРС 782
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Erzya
Lexeme юр
Meaning 1 root тумо юр
"oak root"
Direction
Meaning 2 base, source кудо юр
"house foundation"
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Comment ЭрзРС 794
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Gagauz
Lexeme kök
Meaning 1 root, rootstock
Direction
Meaning 2 base, foundation
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Comment ГРМС 285.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Tibetan
Lexeme gshi
Meaning 1 root, seed
Direction
Meaning 2 base, foundation
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Comment Рерих VIII, 102. The authors claim that B is the source meaning.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Karakhanid Uighur
Lexeme тӯб
Meaning 1 root йиґāҗ тӯбӣ
"tree root"
Meaning 2 foundation там тӯбӣ
"the wall foundation"
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Comment МК 5161-5162
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Geez
Lexeme śərw
Meaning 1 root wa-ʔəsma ʔalbo śərwa yabsa ‘and it withered, because it did not have root’ (Matth. 13:6)
Direction
Meaning 2 principle, fundament, origin śərwā la-ṭəbab fariha ʔəgziʔabəḥer ‘the basis of the wisdom of fear of God’ (Sir. 1:20)
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Comment (LLA 242)
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Norwegian
Lexeme rot
Meaning 1 root (of a plant) bjørka har lange røtter
"the birch has long roots"
Direction
Meaning 2 basis planen har ikke rot i virkeligheten; rota til alt vondt
"this plan is not based on reality; root of all evil"
Reference BO
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Danish
Lexeme rod
Meaning 1 root (of a plant)
Direction
Meaning 2 basis roden til alt ondt
"root of all evil"
Reference DDO
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Swedish
Lexeme rot
Meaning 1 root (of a plant) djupa rötter
"deep roots"
Direction
Meaning 2 basis, cause problemen har sin rot i urbaniseringen
"the basis of this problem is the urbanisation"
Reference SAO
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Icelandic
Lexeme rót
Meaning 1 root (of a plant) tréð hefur djúpar rætur
"the tree has deep roots"
Direction
Meaning 2 basis rót vandans liggur í gölluðum lögum
"the basis of this problem is the imperfect legislation"
Reference ISLEX
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Tofa
Lexeme дөс
Meaning 1 root (of a plant)
Direction
Meaning 2 basis
Reference Rassadin 2016 page 121-122
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Hill Mari
Lexeme вож
Meaning 1 root (of a plant)
Direction
Meaning 2 basis Дмитрий Орай повестьыштыже тошто илыш косан социальный вожшым почын пуэн.
"Dmitry Oray in his story revealed the social basis of the remnants of the old life."
Reference Marij jylme muter
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Udmurt
Lexeme выжы
Meaning 1 root (of a plant)
Direction
Meaning 2 basis колонна выжы
"column base"
Reference Kirillova 2008
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Abaza
Lexeme ɕata
Meaning 1 root (of a plant)
Direction
Meaning 2 basis anawka aɕatakʷa
"the foundations of science"
Reference Tugov 1967
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Comment