Number of realizations

4

bark (of a tree)

to tan (hides)

Realization
Type Derivation
Language 1 Latin
Language 2 Medieval Latin
Lexeme 1 tannum
Lexeme 2 tannere
Meaning 1 (Late Latin) oak bark
Direction
Meaning 2 to tan (hides)
Reference <personally collected data>
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Comment Late Latin tannum probably of Celtic origin, from Gaulish *tanno- 'oak' (attested in the place names Tannetum and Tannogilum), from Proto-Celtic *tanno- 'green oak'
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Finnish
Lexeme 1 parkki
Lexeme 2 parkita
Meaning 1 bark (of a tree)
Direction
Meaning 2 to tan (leather)
Reference Vahros Ščerbakov 2007 page 446
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Old French
Lexeme 1 tan
Lexeme 2 taner
Meaning 1 pulped oak bark used in the tanning process
Direction
Meaning 2 to tan (to turn hide into leather)
Reference Godefroy 1880-1895
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Comment
Realization
Type Derivation
Language Anglo-Norman
Lexeme 1 tan
Lexeme 2 taner
Meaning 1 tan, crushed bark
Direction
Meaning 2 to tan (leather)
Reference AND2
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