Lexeme – Index

Focus Area Language (family) Form Meaning Grammar Note
Eurasia Old High German slāfan

sleep, fall asleep

v Also "slaffan", "slaphan", "slaf(f)en", "slaffin", "schlafan", "sclaphen", "sclaphun", "sclapan".  Details
Eurasia Old High German siz(z)en

sit

v Also "siz(z)an", "sizzin", "[siz]cen", "siczen", "sitzan", "sitzen" and "sitten".  Details
Eurasia Old High German stantan

stand

v Also "staneten", "standan", "standen" and "sten".  Details
Eurasia Old High German sagēn

say, speak, talk; tell

v Also "shagehn", "saghen", "seggen", "sagan" and "saken".  Details
Eurasia Old High German quedan

say, speak, talk

v Also "quaedan", "quædan", "quedan", "queden", "que(h)den", "qweden", "quethan", "quedhan", "quęd(h)an", "quhed(h)an", "qw(h)edan", "qhuedan", "qhwedan", "queten", "quetin", "chwædan", "ch(w)edan", "chwettan", "ch(w)eden", "chedin", "ch(w)eten" and "keden".  Details
Eurasia Old High German seh(h)an

see, look

v Also "se(h)en" and "sëhan". Not sure about "sehhan".  Details
Eurasia Middle High German sitzen

sit

v Details
Eurasia Middle High German sagen

say

v Details
Eurasia Middle High German queden

say

v "quëden" Details
Eurasia Middle High German sehen

see

v "sëhen", "sên" Details
Eurasia Middle High German swamen

swim

v Details
Eurasia Middle High German gân, gên

walk

v Details
Eurasia Middle High German schlafen

sleep

v Should be "slâfen" Details
Eurasia Middle High German standen

stand

v Also "stân" and "stên" Details
Eurasia Middle Persian šnāxtan

know

v Details
Eurasia Sanskrit vabh-

to bind, chain

v Details
Eurasia Middle Persian afšāndan

to sow

v Details
Eurasia Low German weten

know

v Also "wäten". Details
Eurasia Classical Armenian burd-

to cut

v Details
Eurasia Welsh gwn-

to make

v Details

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