Lexeme – Index

Focus Area Language (family) Form Meaning Grammar Note
Eurasia Dutch scheren

to shave; to skim

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Eurasia English shear

shear, cut

To cut with a sharp instrument, to cut wool from sheep or other animals
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Eurasia Middle English scer, scire, schær, sheare, sheere, shure, shore, sheard, sheered, shorne, schard

to shear

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Eurasia Old English scieran

to cut, to shave

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Eurasia Lithuanian skìrti

to cut

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Eurasia Latvian sķir̃t

to separate, sever

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Eurasia Faroese skera

to cut; to slaughter

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Eurasia Elfdalian stjärå

to cut

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Eurasia German scheren

to shave, to shear, to cut

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Eurasia Middle High German schæren, schâren

to shave, to shear, to cut

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Eurasia Old High German sceran

to shave, shear, cut

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Eurasia Old Norse skera

to cut; to slaughter

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Eurasia Romani (North Russian) pjela, vîpjela

drink; smoke

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Eurasia Romani (North Russian) xala

eat; swallow

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Eurasia Romani (North Russian) dandîrêla

bite; gnaw, nag

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Eurasia Romani (North Russian) dîkhêla, udîkhêla

see; look

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Eurasia Romani (North Russian) šunêla, ušunêla

hear; listen

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Eurasia Romani (North Russian) džinêla

know; be able

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Eurasia Romani (North Russian) ghaľola

know; discover; recognize

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Eurasia Romani (North Russian) sovêla

sleep

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