Number of realizations

3

to be engaged in commerce

to deceive

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Fula
Lexeme njulora
Meaning 1 to trade
Direction
Meaning 2 to deceive
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Comment ФРФС 284
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Portuguese
Lexeme tratante
Meaning 1 merchant
Direction
Meaning 2 rogue
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Comment Бурсье 364
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Old French
Lexeme barater
Meaning 1 to make and exchange
Direction
Meaning 2 to deceive
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Comment Cf. Mod. Fr. Baraterie ‘deceipt, dodgery’. Also the Ital. barattare ‘to make an exchange (of goods etc. )’, baratto ‘exchange, substitution’, ‘bargaining, mercantilism’, baratteria ‘bribery’. The Eng. To barter stems from Fr. From Ital.: Serb.-Cr. Dial. Барат ‘exchange, trade’, баратати ‘to trade, to exhange’, Sloven. Bara(n)táti ‘to trade’, рум. A bărătui (dial. A bărăta, a bărătăi, bărăţi) ‘to trade’, ‘to discuss’.