<hat> aconite 9 realizations
ACCEPTED Realization 1
Type Derivation
Language English
Lexeme 1 hood
Lexeme 2 monkshood
Meaning 1 covering for the head, usually attached to a larger garment such as a jacket or cloak
Direction
Meaning 2 bikh, aconite
Reference
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 2
Type Derivation
Language English
Lexeme 1 helmet
Lexeme 2 helmetflower
Meaning 1 helmet
Direction
Meaning 2 helmetflower (Aconitum anthora)
Reference
Comment Чибисова, Смирнов и др. 2003
ACCEPTED Realization 3
Type Derivation
Language Finnish
Lexeme 1 hattu
Lexeme 2 ukkonhattu
Meaning 1 helmet
Direction
Meaning 2 aconite, monkshood
Reference
Comment Вахрос, Щербаков 675
ACCEPTED Realization 4
Type Polysemy
Language French
Lexeme capuchon
Meaning 1 hood
Direction
Meaning 2 aconite monkshood (Aconitum napellus)
Reference CNRTL
Comment Борзяк 2000
ACCEPTED Realization 5
Type Derivation
Language Hungarian
Lexeme 1 sisak
Lexeme 2 sisakvirág
Meaning 1 helmet
Direction
Meaning 2 bikh, aconite
Reference
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 6
Type Derivation
Language Norwegian
Lexeme 1 hjelm
Lexeme 2 hjelmer
Meaning 1 helmet det er påbudt å bruke hjelm på byggeplassen
it is required to use a helmet at the construction site
Direction
Meaning 2 bikh, aconite
Reference BO
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 7
Type Derivation
Language Polish
Lexeme 1 kaptur
Lexeme 2 kapturki (niebjeskie)
Meaning 1 hood, bonnet
Direction
Meaning 2 bikh, aconite
Reference
Comment Kolosova 2009, 27
ACCEPTED Realization 8
Type Derivation
Language Russian
Lexeme 1 колпак (kolpak)
Lexeme 2 колпачки (kolpački)
Meaning 1 cap
Direction
Meaning 2 bikh, aconite
Reference
Comment Даур. Kolosova 2009, 27.
ACCEPTED Realization 9
Type Derivation
Language Serbo-Croatian
Lexeme 1 klobuk
Lexeme 2 klobučnik, klobučić
Meaning 1 helmet, hood
Direction
Meaning 2 bikh, aconite
Reference
Comment Kolosova 2009, 27