thin (of an object) quiet (vs. loud) 2 realizations
ACCEPTED Realization 1
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Hebrew
Lexeme daḳ
Meaning 1 fine grained, powdery ū-bō śēʕār ṣāhōb dāḳ
'Lev. 13:30: 'and there is a thin yellowish hair in it''
Meaning 2 soft, low (voice) wə-kə-ʔābāḳ daḳ hămōn zārāyik
'Is. 29:5: 'and the turmoil of your enemies became as a fine dust''
Reference
Comment HALAT 220
ACCEPTED Realization 2
Type Polysemy
Language German
Lexeme dünn
Meaning 1 thin dünner Faden
'thin thread'
Direction
Meaning 2 weak, quiet (voice) dünne Stimme
'weak, low voice'
Reference
Comment Presumably the same type of polysemy in the Eng. Thin.