to see/to look at to visit 7 realizations
ACCEPTED Realization 1
Type Derivation
Language Latin
Lexeme 1 video, -ere
Lexeme 2 visito, -are
Meaning 1 to see, notice, observe
Meaning 2 to go to see, come to inspect
ACCEPTED Realization 2
Type Borrowing
Language 1 Beja
Language 2 Tigre
Lexeme 1 šebib
Lexeme 2 šabba
Meaning 1 to see, to look at
Meaning 2 to visit, to enter
Comment (Reinisch 1895:210, LH 216)
ACCEPTED Realization 3
Type Polysemy
Language Chaha
Lexeme ažä-m
Meaning 1 see, look
Meaning 2 visit känä yäžxä ‘may you be sick! (curse, lit. may the doctor see you)
Comment (LGur. I 25)
ACCEPTED Realization 4
Type Cognates
Language 1 Geez
Language 2 Amharic
Lexeme 1 ṭayyaḳa
Lexeme 2 ṭäyyäḳä
Meaning 1 look, watch, contemplate wa-yəbelo ʔəgziʔabəḥer la-muse rad wa-ʔaydəʕomu la-ḥəzb ʔi-yəḳrabu ḫaba ʔəgziʔabəḥer la-ṭayyəḳo ‘and God said to Moses: go down and inform the people that they should not approach God in order to see (him)’ (Ex. 19:21)
Meaning 2 to pay a visit, call on (visit)
Comment (LLA 1246; K 2174). The second meaning of the Amharic word is 'to ask, interrogate'.
ACCEPTED Realization 5
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Greek
Lexeme ἐπισκοπέω
Meaning 1 to look
Meaning 2 to visit ὁπότε δέ τις ἀσθενήσειε, ἐπισκόπε
'как только кто-л. заболевал, (Кир) навещал (его)'
Reference LSJ
Comment Also ἐπισκέπτομαι LSJ 656-657
ACCEPTED Realization 6
Type Polysemy
Language Walmajarri
Lexeme pirmarnu
Meaning 1 to peep, as looking from round a corner; to peer into something, as a hollow log when looking for game
Meaning 2 to visit
Reference Evans, Wilkins 2000: 574-575
ACCEPTED Realization 7
Type Polysemy
Language Soqotri
Lexeme ʔébʔər
Meaning 1 to see/to look at ʔébʔork mən fəˊdhon wa-ŝínik toy tóʔo bérok dɛ́fe di-kərəˊḷḷo ‘I looked from a mountain and saw it (the camel) while it was lying on its knees near the kərəˊḷḷo-plant’ (Naumkin et al. 2014:544)
Meaning 2 to visit ṭáhɛrk wa-ʔébʔork di-mustášfa wa-késək ʔɛ́ʔɛfo di-géʕər ʔíl’l’i-ḥan ‘I went to visit the hopital and found there a few people from our tribe who were ill’ (Naumkin et al. 2014:544)
Reference Naumkin et al. 2014: 544