Number of realizations

6

standart-bearer

<military rank>

Realization
Type Polysemy
Language French
Lexeme enseigne
Meaning 1 standart-bearer in an infantry corps
Direction
Meaning 2 Officer whose rank is immediately below that of lieutenant and corresponds to those of second lieutenant (enseigne de vaisseau de 2eclasse) or lieutenant (enseigne de vaisseau de 1reclasse) in the army.
Reference CNRTL
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Comment English ensign from Old French enseigne
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Polish
Lexeme chorąży
Meaning 1 a person appointed to carry the flag
Direction
Meaning 2 a person in the military hierarchy higher than a sergeant and lower than a lieutenant
Reference WSJP
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Comment Ukrainian хорунжий and Russian хорунжий are from Polish Фасмер 4,269
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Serbo-Croatian
Lexeme заставник
Meaning 1 standart-bearer
Direction
Meaning 2 in the Serbian Armed Forces and in some of the world armies one of the highest non-commissioned officers
Reference Tolstoj 1957 page 223
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Comment
Realization
Type Semantic evolution
Language Russian
Lexeme прапорщик
Meaning 1 standart-bearer
Direction
Meaning 2 military rank
Reference Fasmer 1986 page 3 354
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Comment Also Czech praporčík, Slovene praporščak
Realization
Type Semantic evolution
Language German
Lexeme Fähnrich
Meaning 1 standart-bearer
Direction
Meaning 2 a military rank of the Bundeswehr, Austrian Armed Forces and former German armed forces
Reference Moskal'skaja (ed.) 2001
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Irish Gaelic
Lexeme meirgire
Meaning 1 standart-bearer
Direction
Meaning 2 ensign (in Irish Naval Service)
Reference Ó Dónaill 1977
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Comment From meirge 'banner, standart, flag'