empty naked, bare 4 realizations
ACCEPTED Realization 1
Type Polysemy
Language Akkadian
Lexeme erû
Meaning 1 empty ina bītim erīm ‘in an empty house’
Meaning 2 naked ṣubātī ša maḫrikunu-ma erīšīya ātanallak ‘my clothes are with you, and I go about naked’
Reference CAD
Comment CAD e 320 From PS *ʕry 'to be naked' (cf. DUL 185 for cognates in Semitic).
ACCEPTED Realization 2
Type Polysemy
Language Tigrinya
Lexeme ṭəraḥ
Meaning 1 empty ʔab ṭəraḥu gäza
in an empty house
Meaning 2 naked, nude bäti mängädi kiläw ʔənkä säbʔayən säbäytən darga ṭəraḥatom gäbiruwwom
during all the journey, he had men and women (go) almost naked
Reference TED: 2424
Comment There is also the meaning of "only, solely, alone"; there is a possible variant ṭərayu "empty, void, devoid, vacant, blank"; "naked, bare" (TED 2435): ṭərayu bet "empty house".
ACCEPTED Realization 3
Type Polysemy
Language Latin
Lexeme nudus
Meaning 1 empty Non est nuda domus 'the house is not empty'
Meaning 2 naked nudo vestimenta detrahere 'to take off garments from a naked man (i.e. to do something impossible)'
ACCEPTED Realization 4
Type Polysemy
Language Harari
Lexeme ḳōf
Meaning 1 empty be-ḳōf
in emptiness
Meaning 2 nude, naked ḥač̣i ḳōf
Reference EDH: 122