Shift # 16

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16sweet (taste)lovelyAcceptedIG

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Polysemy: Icelandic sætur 'sweet' — 'pleasant'

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  • Comments: Берков
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  • Contributed by: MR
  • Confirmed by 0 Guru(s)/Master(s)

Polysemy: Gagauz tatlı 'sweet' — 'sweet, nice'

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  • Comments: The same in many Turkic languages (cf. Also КРПС 517.)
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  • Contributed by: IG
  • Confirmed by 0 Guru(s)/Master(s)

Polysemy: Russian sladkij 'sweet' — 'pleasant, nice'

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  • Contributed by: IG
  • Confirmed by 0 Guru(s)/Master(s)

Polysemy: Karaim ширин 'sweet' — 'sweet, nice'

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  • Example for the meaning B: йузунни ширин кöрэйим
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  • Comments: КРПС 646.
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  • Contributed by: IG
  • Confirmed by 0 Guru(s)/Master(s)

Polysemy: English sweet 'sweet' — 'nice, kind, beloved'

  • Example for the meaning A: sweet wine 'sweet wine'
  • Example for the meaning B: She is sweet on him. 'She is sweet on him.'
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  • Comments: Example taken from the Lingva dictionary.
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  • Contributed by: IG
  • Confirmed by 0 Guru(s)/Master(s)

Polysemy: Latin dulcis 'sweet' — 'tender, nice'

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  • Example for the meaning B: dulcis amicus 'soul mate'
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  • Comments: Glare 578. Also Rum. Dulce DRRS 1, 750
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  • Contributed by: IG
  • Confirmed by 0 Guru(s)/Master(s)

Polysemy: Ancient Greek γλυκύς 'sweet' — 'friendly, affectionate'

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  • Comments: LSJ 352
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  • Contributed by: IG
  • Confirmed by 0 Guru(s)/Master(s)

Polysemy: Ancient Greek η̒δύς 'sweet' — 'darling; pleasant'

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  • Comments: LSJ 765
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  • Contributed by: IG
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Polysemy: Classical Arabic ḥulw- ''sweet'' — ''pleasing, goodly, beautiful''

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  • Comments: Lane 634
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  • Contributed by: MB
  • Confirmed by 0 Guru(s)/Master(s)

Polysemy: Yakut минньигэстик 'tasty, sweet' — 'agreeably'

  • Example for the meaning A: минньигэстик астаммыт ас 'deliciously cooked food'
  • Example for the meaning B: 1) минньигэстик утуй= '1) t enjoy a balmy sleep 2) they had a very pleasant talk'
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  • Comments: ЯРС 239.
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  • Contributed by: IG
  • Confirmed by 0 Guru(s)/Master(s)

Polysemy: Lezgian širin 'sweet' — 'pleasant; dear, respected'

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  • Example for the meaning B: a. ширин ахвар 'pleasant dream'; 'приятный сон'
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  • Comments: (LezgRus 385). The same in Tabassaran, cf. (TabRus 350).
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  • Contributed by: TM
  • Confirmed by 0 Guru(s)/Master(s)

Polysemy: Evenki aya 'sweet, tasty' — 'nice'

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  • Comments: Василевич 1958, 44
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  • Contributed by: MR
  • Confirmed by 0 Guru(s)/Master(s)

Polysemy: Japanese amai (甘い) 'sweet' — 'pleasant'

  • Example for the meaning A: 私はこんな甘いコーヒーは飲めない 'I can't drink coffee as sweet as this'
  • Example for the meaning B: 私は彼女の甘い声に魅了された 'I was fascinated by her sweet voice'
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  • Comments: EDICT.
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  • Contributed by: IG
  • Confirmed by 0 Guru(s)/Master(s)

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