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LE LISTA (ApIA)
 

1. ACCAPAR (to finish, to complete)

A. [CAT] ACABAR / [OC] ACABAR

B. [H] ACABAR / [P] ACABAR

C. [I] "AVERE CAPO" ( cosa fatta capo ha)

D. [F] ACHEVER / [A] ACHIEVE [in le senso de OED 1. completar (a process)"]

 

2. BELLESSA

(beauty)

A.[CAT] BELLESA / [OC] BELESA

B. [H] BELLEZA / [P] BELEZA

C. [I] BELLEZZA

 

3.

CAPO (end, extremity, tip, part where an object ends)

A. [CAT] CAP

B. [H] CABO / [P] CABO

C. [I] CAPO

D. [F, MOD.] *CHEF / [MEDIE F.] **CHEF

* CHEF

n. m. IXe siècle, chieef. Du latin classique caput, « tête », « bout supérieur de quelque chose », par l'intermédiaire du latin populaire *capum, « extrémité », « ce qui est important », « celui qui est à la tête de »...

2.

TECHN. Le chef d'une étoffe, l'extrémité par laquelle on a commencé la fabrication de la pièce. Le chef d'une ardoise, son bord.

**

CHEF [Medie F] B. [Analogie de localisation] 1. "Partie supérieure ou bout de qqc."

 

4. CESTA

/ CESTO (basket, woven chest)

A. [CAT], CISTELL

B. [H] CESTA / CESTO / [P] CESTO,

C. [I] CESTA

D. [A] WOVEN CHEST / [F MEDIE] CISTE, CYSTE (panier)

 

5. CADERA

(pop.) / CATHEDRA (doct.) (chair)

A. [CAT] CADIRA,

B. [P] CADEIRA,

C.[I] CADREGA [I ANTIC] CATTEDRA (antic in le senso de sede commun)

D. [ A] CHAIR / [F] CHAISE, [ANCIAN F] CHAIRE

 

 

6. CANUTE

(whitehaired)

A. [CAT] CANUT / [OC] CANUT

B. [H] CANOSO

C. [I] CANUTO / [ROM] CARUNT

D. [FR] CHENU

 

7.

COLCAR (to put to bed)

A. [OC] COLCAR / [CAT] COLGAR

C. [I] CORICARE / [ROM] CULCA

D. [F] COUCHER / *[A] TO COUCH

* to couch (in le senso archaic de ‘cubar-se’/ OED: "to recline and repose ")

 

8. COMPRAR

A.[CAT] COMPRAR / [OC] CROMPAR

B.[H] COMPRAR / [P]COMPRAR

C. [I] COMPRARE / [ROM] CUMP

ÂRA

D. [ANCIAN F] COMPRER, COMPRERER

 

9. CUMULO

(the height, the limmit, the last straw/ [IA] punto extreme /lo que se considera absurde)

A. [OC] COMOLUM

B. [H] COLMO / [P] C

ÚMULO

C. [I] COLMO

D. [F] COMBLE

 

10.

DENERO (money)

A. [CAT] DINER,

B. [H] DINERO / [P] DINHEIRO,

C. [I] DENARO

D. [F] DENIERS (Cf. "sur ses propres deniers")

 

 

 

11. ESPAVENTOSE

A. [CAT] ESPANTÓS,

B. [H] ESPANTOSO, [P] ESPANTOSO,

C. [I] SPAVENTOSO

12.

FORMOSE (adj. Fem. shapely)

A. [CAT] FORMOSA,
B. [H] HERMOSA / [P] FORMOSA,

C. [I] FORMOSA / [ROM] FRUMOASÂ

D. [ANCIAN F] FORMEUSE

 

13. INGANNAR

(to trick, to fool, to deceive)

A. [CAT] ENGANYAR

B. [H] ENGA

ÑAR / [P] ENGANAR
C. [I] INGANNARE

D. [ANCIAN F] ENGANER , ENGINER, ENGIGNER

 

14. GOVERNO

(government)

A. [CAT] GOVERN / [OC] GOVERN

B. [H] GOBIERNO / [P] GOVERNO

C. [I] GOVERNO / [ROM] GUVERN

D. [A] GOVERNANCE

E. [RUS] GUBERNIJA ( = region ?)

 

15. JOCHETTO

(toy)

A. [CAT] JOGUET, JOGUINA / [OC] JOGUET, JOGUINA

B. [H] JUGUETE

C. [I] GIOCATTOLO / [ROM] JUCARIE (pro le divergentia in suffixos, V. IED p.xlvi)

D. [F] JOUET

 

16. MENSA (table in general / the Lord’s Table)

[CAT] MESA (Lord’s Table / voting table / boardroom table)
[H] MESA / [P] MESA

[I] MENSA / [ROM] MAS

Â,


 

17. MOLTON

(a ram, a male sheep / le mascule de le ove)

A. [CAT] MOLTÓ / [OC] MOTON

C. [I] MONTONE

D. [F] MOUTON / [A] MUTTON ("jocular"/ humoristic in le senso de ove viviente)

 

18. MULIER

(wife / woman)

A. [CAT] MULLER,

B. [H] MUJER / [P] MULHER,

C.[I] MOGLIE / [ROM] MUIERE,

D. [ANCIAN F] MUILLER, MOILLER, MOILLIER. MOLLIER

Cf. [A] MOLL ( le sposa o femina de un vagabundo o criminal) es de origine divergente: MOLL < MOLLY < MARY)

 

19. NOTITIAS

(the news)

A. [CAT] NOTÍCIES,

B. [H] NOTICIAS, [P] NOTÍCIAS,

C. [I] NOTIZIE.

 

20. PERRUCCHERO (hairderesser, barber)

A. [CAT] PERRUQUER

B. [H] PELUQUERO,

C. [I] PARRUCCHIERE.

D. [F] PERRUQUIER (parole historic. Vide le DAF)

 

21.

PRESSAR-SE ( to hurry)

A. [CAT] APRESSAR-SE

B. [H] APRESURARSE / [P] APRESSAR-SE

C. [I] PRESSARE (in le senso de [I] ‘incalzare’)

D. [F] SE PRESSER / [A] * TO PRESS

 

22. RECORDO (souvenir)

A. [CAT] RECORD,

B. [H] RECUERDO / [P] RECORDO,

C. [I] RICORDO

 

23. SALUTE

(health)

A. [CAT] SALUT,

B. [H] SALUD / [P] SAÚDE,

C. [I] SALUTE

D. [ANCIAN F] SALU

Cf. [IA] "SALUTari"


24. SOLVER / SOL(U)TAR ? (to let loose; to set loose — for example, an animal, an anchor, etc.)7

A. [CAT] SOLTAR,

B. [H] SOLTAR / [P] SOLTAR

C. [I] SCIOGLIERE

D. [ANCIAN F] SOUDRE ( verbe [T-L : soudre] A. - Empl. trans. 1."Délier" )

E. [A] TO LOOSE < Proto Indo-Euro. IE -1: leu to cut off, free, separate (POK. 2 leu- 681)

 

25. SUCCIDE

(dirty)

A.[CAT] SUTZE,

B.[H] SUCIO / [P] SUJO,

C. [I] SUCIDO, SUDICIO

D. [F] SURGE (tech.), SUCCIDE (historic)

 

26. TIA (aunt)

A. [CAT] TIA,

B. [H] T

ÍA, [P] TIA,

C. [I] ZIA.

 

27. VASCELLA (the china, the dishes)

A. [CAT] VAIXELLA,

B. [H] VAJILLA,

C. [I] VASELLAME / [ROM] VESEL

Â,

D. [F] VAISSELLE



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