Number of realizations

7

to drink

to smoke

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Modern Greek
Lexeme πίνω
Meaning 1 to drink
Direction
Meaning 2 to smoke πίνω ϰαπνόν, πίνω τσιγάρο
"to smoke tobacco, to smoke a cigar"
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Comment Хориков, Малев 627
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Romanian
Lexeme a bea
Meaning 1 to drink a bea un pahar de suc
"to drink a glass of juice"
Direction
Meaning 2 to smoke a bea tutun
"to smoke tobacco"
Reference DEX98
Related Languages from bibere 'пить' DER 85
Comment The second meaning is colloquial
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Burmese
Lexeme т̣ау'
Meaning 1 to drink, to eat soup
Direction
Meaning 2 to smoke
Reference
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Comment Novikov et al. 1976, 558
Realization
Type Cognates
Language Russian
Lexeme 1 kirjat'
Lexeme 2 kurit'
Meaning 1 to drink vodka Взяли коньяку, бутербродов. Я ангажировал Милку косоглазую из "Витязя"... Едем, бля, на пленэр. Киряем, отмечаемся.(С. Довлатов, Заповедник)
"We took some cognac and sandwiches. I invited squint eyed Milka from the "Vityaz"..."
Direction
Meaning 2 to smoke
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Comment According to Трубачев (ЭССЯ 13: 268, the Slavic verb, represented in the Rus. кирять and Pol. kirzyć, are related with the verb *kuriti which shows in regular alternations. In both languages the verb has been preserved in the thief's argot.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Tigre
Lexeme satā
Meaning 1 to drink
Direction
Meaning 2 to smoke ʔabuye səğārat satte həllā
"My father is smoking a cigar"
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Comment LH 185; personal data
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Nivkh
Lexeme радь
Meaning 1 to drink урумк ньламиух неник радь
"to drink half a glass"
Direction
Meaning 2 to smoke
Reference Savel'eva Taksami 1970 page 303
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Indonesian
Lexeme minum
Meaning 1 to drink
Direction
Meaning 2 to smoke, inhale (opium, cigarettes etc.) minum apiun
"to inhale opium"
Reference Большой индонезийско-русский словарь page vol. II 40
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