Number of realizations

5

hill

tomb

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Mandarin Chinese
Lexeme líng (陵)
Meaning 1 hill, elevation, knoll, mound qiūlíng (丘陵); gānglíng (岡陵)
"continuous stretch of hills; low hills, hillock"
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Meaning 2 grave mound; grave; mausoleum; burial, tomb Zhōngshān líng (中山陵)
" Zhōngshān's (Sun Yat-sen's) grave"
Reference BKRS page 10777
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Comment In Bronze inscriptions "mound; hill; gravemound of an emperor"
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Greek
Lexeme τύμβος
Meaning 1 grave-mound (Homer, Heredotus, tragedians )
Direction
Meaning 2 tomb (Pindar, Aeschylus)
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Ukrainian
Lexeme могила (mohyla)
Meaning 1 high mound on the site of an ancient burial Не бував ти у наших краях! Там же небо — блакитні простори... Там степи, там могили, як гори (Павло Тичина)
"You have not been to our lands! There the sky is blue spaces ... There are steppes, there are mounds like mountains (Pavlo Tychyna)"
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Meaning 2 grave, burial pit Там матір добрую мою, Ще молодую — у могилу Нужда та праця положила (Тарас Шевченко)
"There my good mother, Still young - Need and work put in a grave (Taras Shevchenko)"
Reference SUM-11
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Bulgarian
Lexeme могила (mogila)
Meaning 1 mound, hillock, hill
Direction
Meaning 2 burial mound, tomb, tumulus
Reference ESSJa page 19 115
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Comment In Bulgarian dialects: 'small artificial or natural elevation; rounded mountain ridge', 'hill', 'a small natural hill, wooded or grassy, rising among the flat terrain', 'barrow, mass grave', 'large pile of manure' ESSJa 19,115
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Serbo-Croatian
Lexeme mogila
Meaning 1 a large pile of stones serving as a sign of a boundary or a fence; hillock, hill
Direction
Meaning 2 grave, more precisely - a grave mound, earthen or stone', 'stone or earthen mound; ancient, prehistoric burial with a large mound'
Reference ESSJa page 19 115
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Comment Obsolete and / or dialectal in both meanings