draught animal husband / wife 5 realizations
ACCEPTED Realization 1
Type Polysemy
Language Ancient Greek
Lexeme σύζυγος
Meaning 1 yoked together
Direction
Meaning 2 spouse (husband or wife)
Reference LSJ
Comment

from συ(ν) 'together' +‎ ζυγός 'yoke'

NEW Realization 2
Type Polysemy
Language Classical Persian
Lexeme jaft (جفت)
Meaning 1 a yoke; a couple, a pair, a yoke (of oxen)
Direction
Meaning 2 husband or wife
Reference Steingass 1892: 365
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 3
Type Polysemy
Language Latin
Lexeme coniunx
Meaning 1 yoke-fellow
Direction
Meaning 2 partner in marriage
Reference Glare: 409
Comment
ACCEPTED Realization 4
Type Derivation
Language Old Church Slavonic
Lexeme 1 сѫпрѫгъ (sǫprǫgŭ)
Lexeme 2 съпрѧгнѫти сѧ (sŭpręgnǫti sę)
Meaning 1 pair of draught animals
Direction
Meaning 2 to marry
Reference Cejtlin et al. 1994: 667, 684
Comment

Russian супру́г, Ukrainian супру́г, Bulgarian съпру́г, Macedonian сопруг, Serbo-Croatian су̏пруг, sȕprug, Slovene soprọ̑g 'spouse'

ACCEPTED Realization 5
Type Polysemy
Language Old East Slavic
Lexeme сꙋпрꙋгъ (suprugŭ)
Meaning 1 pair of draught animals
Direction
Meaning 2 spouses
Reference Sreznevskij: 624
Comment