Number of realizations

6

sharp

quick

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Farsi
Lexeme تیز tiz
Meaning 1 sharp, pungent چاقوی تیز čāqu-ye tiz
"sharp knife"
Direction
Meaning 2 quick, fast تیز تیز tiz tiz
"very fast"
Reference Rubinčik 1970 page 415
Related Languages
Comment ПРС 230.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Polish
Lexeme cięty
Meaning 1 sharp
Direction
Meaning 2 quick, fast
Reference
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Comment The second meaning is dialectal from ciąć 'to cut' (Proto/Slav. *tęti) Варбот 1997, 39
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Welsh
Lexeme 1 llym
Lexeme 2 cuflym
Meaning 1 sharp
Direction
Meaning 2 quick, fast
Reference
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Comment Buck 967
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Ancient Hebrew
Lexeme 1 ḥdd (hof)
Lexeme 2 ḥdd (qal)
Meaning 1 to be ḥereb ḥereb hūḥaddā wə-gam-mərūṭā
"'sword, sword, sharpened and even polished' (Ez. 21:14)"
Direction
Meaning 2 to be quick wə-ḳallū minnəmērīm sūsw wəḥaddū mizzəʔēbē ʕereb
"'and his horses are more faster than leopards and swifter than wolves of evening' (Hab 1:8)"
Reference
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Comment HALAT 280.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Greek
Lexeme ὀξύς
Meaning 1 sharp
Direction
Meaning 2 quick, fast
Reference
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Comment LSJ 1236, Buck 967
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Kashub
Lexeme ostri
Meaning 1 sharp
Direction
Meaning 2 quick, fast
Reference
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Comment The same polysemy in the Old Czech ostrý, Slovak. Dial. ostrí