Number of realizations

6

fox (Vulpes vulpes)

chanterelle

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme лисичка
Meaning 1 fox (hypocoristical)
Direction
Meaning 2 chanterelle Под елкой растут лисички.
"Chanterelles grow under the spruce."
Reference МАС
Related Languages
Comment Common Russian name for this mushroom. Borrowed from Russian to Tver Karelian l’is’ička, Kabardian лисичкэ. There are many semantic borrowings from Russian in other languages.
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Mari
Lexeme 1 рывыж
Lexeme 2 рывыжвоҥго
Meaning 1 fox (Vulpes vulpes) Рывыж пыжаш
"Foxy burrow"
Direction
Meaning 2 chanterelle Кеҥежым гын ты верыште куэвапка ден рывыжвоҥго эн ончыч лектыт.
"And in the summer in these places the first appear birch boletes and chanterelles."
Reference Marij jylme muter
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Comment Semantic borrowing from Russian is quite possible. Also Mari рывыжнер 'chanterelle' lit. fox's nose (рывыж 'fox' + нер 'nose')
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Buriat
Lexeme 1 үнэгэн
Lexeme 2 үнэгэн мөөгэ
Meaning 1 fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Direction
Meaning 2 chanterelle
Reference Rupysheva 2014
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Comment Literally 'fox mushroom'. Semantic borrowing from Russian is quite possible.
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Osetin
Lexeme 1 рувас
Lexeme 2 рувас-зокъо
Meaning 1 fox (Vulpes vulpes) Рувас карк адавта.
"Fox stole a hen"
Direction
Meaning 2 chanterelle
Reference Salamova 2012
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Comment Literally 'fox mushroom'. Semantic borrowing from Russian is quite possible. Also Digor Ossetic робасзокъо with the same meanig.
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Khakas
Lexeme 1 тӱлгӱ
Lexeme 2 тӱлгӱ мискезi
Meaning 1 fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Direction
Meaning 2 chanterelle
Reference Subrakova O. (ed.) 2006
Related Languages
Comment Literally 'fox mushroom'. Semantic borrowing from Russian is quite possible.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Tver Karelian
Lexeme rebon’е
Meaning 1 fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Direction
Meaning 2 chanterelle
Reference Punžina 1994
Related Languages
Comment Semantic borrowing from Russian is quite possible.