to flow to run 14 realizations
NEW Realization 1
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Greek
Lexeme ῥέω
Meaning 1 to flow φάραγγες ὕδατι ῥέουσαι
'gorges where the water flows'
Meaning 2 to rush ῥέων στρατὸς ἔστειχε
'The army rushed forward fiercely'
Comment LSJ 1568
NEW Realization 2
Type Polysemy
Language Old Slavonic
Lexeme тещи
Meaning 1 to flow воды рЬчьныя сЬмо и овамо текошя
Meaning 2 to run i дроугы оученикъ тече скорЬе петра
Comment Ст.-слав.сл. 694
NEW Realization 3
Type Polysemy
Language Spanish
Lexeme correr
Meaning 1 to run correr por la ciudad
'to run through the city'
Meaning 2 to flow (water, river) el río Don corre por la estepa ucraniana
'The river Don flows through the Ukranian steppe'
Comment Narumov 1995: 228
NEW Realization 4
Type Polysemy
Language German
Lexeme strömen
Meaning 1 to flow das Blut strömt durch die Adern
'the blood is flowing in the veins'
Meaning 2 to rush die Menge strömte in den Saal
'People darted (gravitated) into the hall'
NEW Realization 5
Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme utekat'
Meaning 1 to leak, to ooze (liquids) Вся вода утекла.
'The water leeked away'
Meaning 2 to escape a. Вот мы, ...как утекли из монастыря, так ни о чем уж и не думаем. (Пушкин) 'As for us, since we have ran away from the monastery, we do not think about anything any more.' (Pushkin)
Comment Cf. also from Dal': ·*South., ·*West. (also Mezenj, Kola) to run, to run away, to go away running, to run for one's life, to escape. Убегшыя, яже утекоша к царю вавилонску, Иерм. И велели его (Нагова) беречи, чтобы не утек, ·стар. Из церкви вон утекают, ·стхр. Утекай, ожгу (Run away, or I will scald you)! Утек не утек - а побежать можно попытаться (Run away or not, it is worth trying running). Утек - не хвались, а Богу молись (If you escaped, don't boast, but pray to God). Был, у тещи - да рад утекши (I have visited my mother in law and I am happy to have run away)!
NEW Realization 6
Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme bežat'
Meaning 1 to run Лошадь бежала рысью.
'The horse was trotting'
Meaning 2 to flow a. Вода бежит из крана. 'Water is flowing from the tap.'
Comment Cf. the more specific 'to boil and overflow' (colloquial) - Молоко бежит, сними его скорей с огня'Milk is overflowing, take it off from the stove'. Самовар бежит 'The samovar is overflowing' (Ushakov).
NEW Realization 7
Type Cognates
Language 1 Lithuanian
Language 2 Russian
Lexeme 1 bė́gti
Lexeme 2 bežat'
Meaning 1 to run, to flow (water)
Meaning 2 когнаты
Comment В.С.Расторгуева, Д.И.Эдельман. Этимологический словарь иранских языков. том.2. М. Восточная литература. 2003. Стр.58
NEW Realization 8
Type Cognates
Language 1 Sanskrit
Language 2 Old Persian
Lexeme 1 dhan-
Lexeme 2 dan-
Meaning 1 to run, to flow
Meaning 2 to flow (river)
Comment ЭСИЯ 2, 326-327
NEW Realization 9
Type Cognates
Language 1 Sanskrit
Language 2 Farsi
Lexeme 1 dhav-
Lexeme 2 dav-
Meaning 1 to run, to flow
Meaning 2 to run
Reference ЭСИЯ
Comment MW 513, ЭСИЯ 2, 384
NEW Realization 10
Type Cognates
Language 1 Avestan
Language 2 Khwaresmian
Lexeme 1 drav-
Lexeme 2 βzrw-
Meaning 1 to run (a deva)
Meaning 2 to flow, to overflow
Comment βzrw- < *abi-drāuaia
NEW Realization 11
Type Semantic evolution
Language 1 Romanian
Language 2 Latin
Lexeme 1 a curge
Lexeme 2 curro, -ere
Meaning 1 to flow Curge izvorul, grîul răsare acolo pe unde trec urmele tăle
'the strem is flowing, the wheat is growing where your traces are (Gr. Viyaru)'
Meaning 2 to run
Reference DER
Comment currere > a cure > a curge DER Glare 476
NEW Realization 12
Type Strange1
Language Yakut
Lexeme сүүр-
Meaning 1 to run хоско сүүрэн киир-
'to run into the room'
Meaning 2 to flow, to stream 1) уу сүүрэр
'1) water is running 2) blood is flowing out of my nose 3) tears are flowing on his face'
Comment ЯРС 352. Cf. Also the riddle атаҕа суох сүүрэр 'It has no legs but it runs' (river).
NEW Realization 13
Type Polysemy
Language Classical Arabic
Lexeme ğarāˊ
Meaning 1 'to flow'
Meaning 2 'to run'
Comment Lane 415
NEW Realization 14
Type Polysemy
Language Italian
Lexeme correre
Meaning 1 to flow
Meaning 2 to run
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