thick fat (adj.)(of a person) 15 realizations
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Classical Arabic
Lexeme ġaluẓa
Meaning 1 to be thick, gross ġaluẓat-i ṯ-ṯawb-u
'the garment was thick'
Direction
Meaning 2 to be bulky ġaluẓa ǧism-u-hu
'his body was (became) thick'
Reference Lane: 2282
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Amharic
Lexeme wäfram
Meaning 1 heavy or thick (cloth) yägənbu gədgəda wäfram näw
'the castle has thick walls (Leslau 1973:1331)'
Direction
Meaning 2 fat, thick, stout, obese wäfram säw bäfəṭnät lirramäd ayčələm
'A fat person cannot walk fast.'
Reference AED: 1600
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Latin
Lexeme crassus
Meaning 1 thick, fat
Direction
Meaning 2 fat, obese
Reference
Comment Glare 454
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language English
Lexeme fat
Meaning 1 thick (object) a fat book
'thick book'
Direction
Meaning 2 fat, obese (person) a fat boy
'fat boy'
Reference
Comment Meaning А is marginal and presumably developed from meaning B.
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Akkadian
Lexeme kabāru
Meaning 1 to become thick ina kî maṣi ikbir
'How thick was it?'
Direction
Meaning 2 to become fat šumma amēlu ikabbir
'if the man is fat'
Reference CAD
Comment CAD k 4
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Hebrew
Lexeme ʕābā
Meaning 1 to be thick ḳaṭannī ʕābā mimmotnē ʔābī
'my little [finger] is thicker than the loins of my father (1 Kg 12:10)'
Direction
Meaning 2 to be fat wa-yyišman yəšurūn wayy-ibʕaṭ šāmantā ʕābītā kaśītā
'Jeshurun grew fat, and kicked. You grew fat, thick, and obstinate (Dt 35:15)'
Reference HAL: 734
Comment The source meaning is that of A (present in Akkadian).
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Tabassaran
Lexeme ac’u
Meaning 1 thick ацIу хамхар
'thick log'
Meaning 2 plump, fat ацIу инсан
'corpulent person'
Reference
Comment (TabRus 63)
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Shughni
Lexeme γāfr
Meaning 1 thick, fat
Direction
Meaning 2 fat (person)
Reference
Comment ЭСИЯ 3, 93
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Geez
Lexeme gazif
Meaning 1 thick gazif ʕamd
'a thick column'
Direction
Meaning 2 fat wa-ʔantani bəʔsi gazif wa-ʕabiy
'and you are a fat and big man'
Reference LLA: 1194
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme tolstyj
Meaning 1 fat, thick толстый слой шоколада
'a thick layer of chocolate'
Direction
Meaning 2 fat толстый мальчик
'a fat boy'
Reference
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Norwegian
Lexeme tykk
Meaning 1 thick en tjukk bok
'a thick book'
Direction
Meaning 2 fat (adj.)(of a person) en tjukk mann
'a fat man'
Reference BO
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Danish
Lexeme tyk
Meaning 1 thick tykke skiver
'thick slices'
Direction
Meaning 2 fat (adj.)(of a person) tyk mand
'a fat man'
Reference DDO
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Swedish
Lexeme tjock
Meaning 1 thick en tjock bok
'a thick book'
Direction
Meaning 2 fat (adj.)(of a person) han blev tjock och orörlig på äldre dagar
'he became fat and inactive in his old days'
Reference SAO
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Icelandic
Lexeme þykkur
Meaning 1 thick þykkur pappír
'thick paper'
Direction
Meaning 2 fat (adj.)(of a person) hún er orðin dálítið þykk í seinni tíð
'she has become very fat lately'
Reference ISLEX
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Udmurt
Lexeme зӧк
Meaning 1 thick зӧк пужым
'thick pine'
Direction
Meaning 2 fat (adj.)(of a person) зӧк адями
'far man'
Reference Savatkova 2008
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