Number of realizations

12

heart

brave

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language English
Lexeme heart
Meaning 1 anatomical organ that pumps the blood heart attack
Direction
Meaning 2 courage I do not have the heart to tell him
Reference ODE
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Type Derivation
Language Tibetan
Lexeme 1 snying-po
Lexeme 2 snying-po can
Meaning 1 heart
Direction
Meaning 2 brave, courageous
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Comment
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Type Polysemy
Language Wolane
Lexeme wäzän
Meaning 1 heart
Direction
Meaning 2 brave wäzän agäbä 'feel courageous' (lit. bring in the heart')
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Comment (LGur. I 1190, 1149)
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Type Derivation
Language French
Lexeme 1 cœur
Lexeme 2 courage
Meaning 1 heart battements de cœur
"heartbeats"
Direction
Meaning 2 courage manquer de courage
"to lack courage"
Reference CNRTL
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Comment "Courage" is derived from "cœur", and in XI-XVII centuries was a synonym of the word cœur in all its meanings [792]. Cf. the obsolete expression avoir du cœur 'to be brave
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Karaim
Lexeme 1 йÿрэк
Lexeme 2 йÿрэкли
Meaning 1 heart
Direction
Meaning 2 courageous (lit. With a heart)
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Comment КРПС 262-263.
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Type Derivation
Language Mongolian (Khalkha)
Lexeme 1 ʒürh
Lexeme 2 ʒürhtey
Meaning 1 heart
Direction
Meaning 2 brave, courageous (lit. With a heart)
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Comment
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Type Polysemy
Language Romanian
Lexeme inimă
Meaning 1 heart
Direction
Meaning 2 courage
Reference DER
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Comment DER 426
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Type Polysemy
Language Chaha
Lexeme x’ən
Meaning 1 heart
Direction
Meaning 2 courage x’ən gäpa- 'feel courageous'; x’ən närä-n 'he is courageous, lit. he has heart'
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Comment (LGur. I 72)
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Type Derivation
Language Oromo
Lexeme 1 onnee
Lexeme 2 onnummaa
Meaning 1 heart
Direction
Meaning 2 courage
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Comment (Gragg 1982:305)
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Type Polysemy
Language Komi
Lexeme сьöлöм
Meaning 1 heart
Direction
Meaning 2 courage
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Comment КомиРС 622
Realization
Type Cognates
Language Akkadian
Lexeme libbu
Meaning 1 heart ilput libbašuma ul inakku[d] ‘he touched his heart but it was not beating’ (CAD L 166)
Direction
Meaning 2 courage ša libbi išû u emūḳu la išû anāku ‘I am one who has courage but no strength’ (CAD L 170)
Reference
Related Languages Cp. also cognates in Amharic ləbb (K 71), Tigrinya (KT 99); Ancient Hebrew lēb 'heart; determination, courage' (HALOT 513-515); also Modern Hebrew libba сердечный, Assyrian Neo-Aramaic (диалект Урмии) libbānā храбрый, etc.
Comment (CAD L 166-170)
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Kannada
Lexeme ede
Meaning 1 heart
Direction
Meaning 2 courage
"Trans: He has no courage of facing the enemy."
Reference Kannada-English Etymological Dictionary page 157
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