Number of realizations

52

nameless

ring finger

Realization
Type Derivation
Language Russian
Lexeme 1 безымянный (bezymjannyj)
Lexeme 2 безымянный палец (bezymjannyj palec)
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference BAS page 1 368
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Veps
Lexeme 1 ńimetoiń
Lexeme 2 ńimetoiń soŕḿ
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Zajceva Mullonen 1972 page 359
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Tver Karelian
Lexeme 1 n’imet’t’ömä
Lexeme 2 n’imet’t’ömä šormi
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Punžina 1994 page 179
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Livvi-Karelian
Lexeme 1 nimetöi
Lexeme 2 nimetöi sormi
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Makarov 1990 page 228
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Karelian
Lexeme 1 nimetöin
Lexeme 2 nimetöin sormi
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Zajkov Rugoeva 1999 page 117
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Komi
Lexeme 1 нимтӧм
Lexeme 2 нимтӧм чунь
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Beznosikova et al. 2000
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Udmurt
Lexeme 1 нимтэм
Lexeme 2 нимтэмчиньы
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Kirillova 2008
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Meadow Mari
Lexeme 1 лӱмдымӧ
Lexeme 2 лӱмдымыварня
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Marij jylme muter
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Comment Also шоякпарня 'ring finger' от шояк 'false, lie' can be translated as 'lying finger'
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Hill Mari
Lexeme 1 лӹмдӹмӹ
Lexeme 2 лӹмдӹмварня
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Savatkova 2008
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Finnish
Lexeme 1 nimetön
Lexeme 2 nimetön sormi
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Vahros Ščerbakov 2007 page 401
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Erzya
Lexeme 1 лемтеме
Lexeme 2 лемтеме сур
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Serebrennikov et al. 1993 page 338
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Sanskrit
Lexeme anāmikā
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference MW page 28 2
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Comment since Śatapatha Brāhmaṇa
Realization
Type Derivation
Language English
Lexeme 1 nameless
Lexeme 2 nameless finger
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 (rare) ring finger Otherwise Put thy namelesse finger in the wound, and make therewith three crosses upon the wound, and say five Pater nosters, five Aves, and one Credo, in the honour of the five wounds ( Reginald Scot, The Discoverie of Witchcraft, 1584)
Reference OED
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Comment Very rare
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Belarusan
Lexeme 1 безназоўны
Lexeme 2 безназоўны палец
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger Кожны з пяці пальцаў чалавека мае сваю назву (ад унутранага пальца да вонкавага): вялікі, указальны, сярэдні, безназоўны, мезенец.
"Each of the five fingers of a person has its own name (from the inner finger to the outer): thumb, index, middle, ring finger, little finger."
Reference <personally collected data>
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Ukrainian
Lexeme 1 безіменний
Lexeme 2 безіменний палець
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger Спробуйте тягнути безіменний палець протягом 20 секунд
"Try pulling the ring finger for 20 seconds"
Reference <personally collected data>
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Bulgarian
Lexeme 1 безименен
Lexeme 2 безимен пръст
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Bernštejn 1966 page 30
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Moksha
Lexeme 1 лемфтома
Lexeme 2 лемфтома сур
Meaning 1 nameless Касы касыкс лемфтома, / Тядянь-алянь вальмяла. / Мазышиняц пефтома, / Ичкозьге и малава! (Марьяша https://stihi.ru/2013/07/01/8467)
"A nameless shrub grows under the parents’ window, the endless beauty far and near"
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Serebrennikov et al. 1998 page 332
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Muskogee (Creek)
Lexeme 1 hocefkv-seko
Lexeme 2 enke-hocefkv-seko
Meaning 1 name-nonexistent
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Martin McKane Maudlin 2000 page 28 51 107 238
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Comment 'hand's name-without, nameless' Turnbull 1874, 52
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Old Uighur
Lexeme 1 atsïz
Lexeme 2 atsïz erŋek
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Li 2016 page 22
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Comment TT V 8, 16. at ‘name’ + -sïz ‘without, -less’ + erŋek ‘finger’.
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Uzbek
Lexeme 1 atsïz
Lexeme 2 atsïz barmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Li 2016 page 22-23
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Comment hapax legomenon. Only in in Ümär Ähmädǰanov & Burhan Ilyazov (1931), Özbekčä-Rusča Luγat, Taškänt, p. 37b.
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Karakalpak
Lexeme 1 atsïz
Lexeme 2 atsïz barmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Baskakov (ed.) 1967 page 46b 627a
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Comment Li 2016, 22
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Tatar
Lexeme 1 atsïz
Lexeme 2 atsïz barmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Abdrazakov 1966 page 44b 58b
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Comment Li 2016, 23
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Bashkir
Lexeme 1 atsïð
Lexeme 2 atsïð barmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Dilmöxämätov 2002 page 30a
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Comment Dialect. Li 2016, 23
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Uighur
Lexeme 1 atsiz
Lexeme 2 atsiz barmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Nadžip 1968 page 17b
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Comment Li 2016, 23
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Karaim
Lexeme 1 atsïz
Lexeme 2 atsïz barmax
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Li 2016 page 23
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Comment Trakai dialect
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Azeri
Lexeme 1 adsız
Lexeme 2 adsız barmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference ARL 2006 page 44
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Mongolian (Khalkha)
Lexeme 1 нэргүй
Lexeme 2 нэргүй хуруу
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference BAMRS 2001-2002
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Turkish
Lexeme 1 adsız
Lexeme 2 adsız parmak
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Mustafajev Ščerbinin (eds.) 1972 page 587a
Related Languages
Comment Li 2016, 23 Also adsızparmak. Common term is yüzük parmağı lit. 'ring finger'
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Karaim
Lexeme 1 adsïz
Lexeme 2 adsïz parmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Levi 2005 page 66a
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Comment Crimean dialect
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Crimean Tatar
Lexeme 1 adsïz
Lexeme 2 adsïz parmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Asanov et al. 1988 page 14a
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Comment Li 2016, 23
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Chuvash
Lexeme 1 yatsăr
Lexeme 2 yatsăr pürne
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Skvorcov 1985 page 300a 592a
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Kazakh
Lexeme 1 atsïz
Lexeme 2 atsïz qol
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Syzdykova Xusain (eds.) 2001 page 82b
Related Languages
Comment Li 2016, 23
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Uighur
Lexeme 1 atsiz
Lexeme 2 atsiz qol
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Nadžip 1968 page 17b 607a
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Comment Li 2016, 23
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Uzbek
Lexeme 1 ādï̌ yoq
Lexeme 2 ādï̌ yoq barmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Abdullayev 1961 page 26a
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Comment Dial. At ‘name’ + -ï ‘possessive suffix of the third person’ + yoq ‘non-existent, absent’ Li 2016, 23
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Kyrghyz
Lexeme 1 atï ǰoq
Lexeme 2 atï ǰoq barmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Judaxin (ed.) 1957 page 42a
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Oyrot
Lexeme 1 adï dˊoq
Lexeme 2 adï dˊoq sabar
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Baskakov Toščakova 1947 page 123a
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Southern Altai
Lexeme 1 at dˊoq
Lexeme 2 at dˊoq sabar
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Li 2016 page 23
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Comment Altay-Kizhi dial.
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Shor
Lexeme 1 adï čoq
Lexeme 2 adï čoq padïrbaš
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Li 2016 page 23
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Khakas
Lexeme 1 adï šox
Lexeme 2 adï šox salā
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Li 2016 page 23
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Tofa
Lexeme 1 adï yoq
Lexeme 2 adï yoq ergˊek
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Rassadin 1994 page 105a 204b
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Yakut
Lexeme 1 аата суох (āta suox)
Lexeme 2 аата суох тарбах (āta suox tarbax)
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Slepcov 1972 page 376a
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Dolgan
Lexeme 1 āta huok
Lexeme 2 āta huok čömüye
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Barbolina 2003 page 13 110
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Comment Li 2016, 24
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Uighur
Lexeme 1 namsiz
Lexeme 2 namsiz barmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Li 2016 page 24
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Uzbek
Lexeme 1 nåmsiz
Lexeme 2 nåmsiz bȧrmåq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Abduraxmanov (ed.) 1954 page 42b
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Comment Li 2016, 24
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Tatar
Lexeme 1 isĕmsĕz
Lexeme 2 isĕmsĕz barmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Maxmutova et al. (eds.) 1977 page 419a
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Comment Li 2016, 24
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Karachay-Balkar
Lexeme 1 sansïz
Lexeme 2 sansïz barmaq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Tenišev Sujunčev 1985 page 118a 540b
Related Languages
Comment Li 2016, 24
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Southern Altai
Lexeme adï dˊoq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Li 2016 page 24
Related Languages
Comment Chalkandu and Teleut dialects
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Kyrghyz
Lexeme atï ǰoq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Judaxin 1965 page 77ab
Related Languages
Comment Li 2016, 24
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Chulym
Lexeme ādïǰoq
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference Birjukovič 1984 page 27
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Comment Li 2016, 24
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Mandarin Chinese
Lexeme 1 wúmíng (无名)
Lexeme 2 wúmíngzhǐ (无名指)
Meaning 1 nameless; unknown
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference BKRS
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Lithuanian
Lexeme 1 bevardis
Lexeme 2 bevardis pirštas
Meaning 1 nameless
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference LRŽ page 113
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Comment
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Tibetan
Lexeme ming med
Meaning 1 nameless, without name/ label ming med du
"such that names/ concepts do not/ no longer exist; such that it cannot be characterized"
Direction
Meaning 2 ring finger
Reference <personally collected data>
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