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1. This person has a big nose, that one has a small nose.
2. A big stone [leaf, tree, pool, etc…]

An adjective or verb that may be applied to different objects. The contexts are the same as in No.78 ‘small’. (Kassian et al. 2010)

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ID Language Source Form Phonological Form Notes Cognate Class
114 Proto-Indo-European *meg̑- B View
80 Hittite mekkis 'great' B View
80 Hittite sallis View
133 Luvian urazzas View
81 Tocharian A tsopats pl. sāwe, Windekens gives IE ... View
81 Tocharian A māk 'great in number' B View
82 Tocharian B māka 'great in number' B View
82 Tocharian B orotstse Windekens gives IE *uredh-to > Skt ... View
88 Albanian I MADH B View
143 Standard Albanian i madh, e madhe B View
2 Albanian Sicily I-MATH B View
4 Albanian Corinth I MATH B View
3 Albanian Gheg MADH B View
6 Albanian Tosk I-MATH B View
173 Mycenaean Greek me-ki-ta megista superlative to an unattested positive ... B View
110 Ancient Greek μέγας méɡas G.sg. μεγάλου; μέγας, μεγάλη ... B View
152 Tsakonian αψελε Cf. Gk υψι 'up'. View
152 Tsakonian ατσε Cf NGr αδρος 'satiated, full ... View
32 Greek μεγάλος me̞ˈɣalo̞s The new o-stem masculine μεγάλος ... B View
31 Greek Lesbos MEGALOS B View
129 Classical Armenian մեծ mɛt͡s B View
8 Armenian Eastern մեծ mɛʦ B View
7 Armenian Western մեծ mɛd͡z B View
128 Avestan mas- B View
128 Avestan maza N View
136 Sogdian mzyx Manichean N View
75 Wakhi LUP Aa View
9 Baluchi MAZAAN, MAZ EN cf. Kurdish N View
118 Kurdish mezin cf. Baluchi N View
118 Kurdish gir S View
118 Kurdish gewre T View
137 Zazaki gird S View
137 Zazaki pīl U View
137 Zazaki xišn V View
72 Tajik buzurg buzurɡ M View
72 Tajik KALON originally /cognate/1981/ W View
54 Persian bozorg boˈzoɾɡ M View
77 Waziri STER L View
1 Pashto LOJ X View
138 Shughni γullā Z View
138 Shughni xidīr Y View
139 Sarikoli lawr X View
52 Ossetic ystyr æstɨr L View
124 Ossetic Iron štyr štyr L View
125 Ossetic Digor ustur ustur L View
141 Kata-viri alɪ Ab View
154 Vasi-vari gəndər Ae View
153 Askunu aulə Ab View
153 Askunu gandalə Ae View
105 Vedic Sanskrit mahā́n B View
162 Pāḷī mahant B View
41 Khaskura THULO P View
51 Nepali BIRAT acc. to Turner taken fr ... C View
51 Nepali THULO P View
106 Assamese baṛ ‘big, great [famine]’ C View
102 Oriya bɔṛɔ bɔɽɔ AF bɔḍɔ C View
10 Bengali boro bɔɽo, bɔɹo C View
111 Bihari nəmhər nəmhər Ac View
144 Magahi बडा, बड bəɽɑ, bəɽ C View
104 Marwari moʈ(ʈ)o moʈ(ʈ)o H View
35 Hindi bera bəɽɑː C View
119 Urdu بڑا bəɽɛ C View
103 Sindhi vəḍ̑ō vəɖ̑ō m. sg. J View
43 Lahnda WEDDA J View
53 Punjabi VEDDA J View
33 Gujarati MOTU H View
50 Marathi motha 'moʈʰə H View
40 Kashmiri BODU C View
65 Sinhalese LOKU Ad View
34 Romani Greece BARO C View
100 Old Church Slavonic вєликъ vɛlikʊ̆ An alternative lexeme is 'вєлии ... F View
95 Serbo-Croatian velik ˈvɛ̌lik F View
15 Bulgarian goljam ɡuˈlʲam 'велик' means 'great'. E View
92 Macedonian голем ˈɡolɛm 'Велик' means 'grat' and is ... E View
60 Russian большой bolʲ'ʂɔj Ai View
55 Polish duży ˈduʐɘ̟ Ah View
16 Belarusian вялікі vʲaˈlʲikʲi F View
73 Ukrainian великий ʋɛˈɫɪkɪj F View
66 Slovak veľký ˈvɛlʲkiː F View
18 Czech velký ˈvɛlkiː F View
48 Sorbian Upper wulki ˈwulki F View
47 Sorbian Lower wjeliki ˈwĕɛlʲiki F View
97 Slovenian velik ˈvɛ̂ːlik F View
108 Old Prussian debīkan acc., related to /cognate/1183/ View
44 Latvian liẽls Q View
46 Lithuanian DIDELIS K View
109 Old Norse mikill ˈmikilː ‘large, great, much, swollen [of ... (B) View
109 Old Norse stórr stoːrː ‘big, great of size’ O View
36 Icelandic stór stouːr originally CC 360 O View
23 Faroese stórur ˈstɔuːɹʊɹ originally CC 360 O View
23 Faroese mikil ˈmiːtʃɪl B View
58 Norwegian Riksmal stor stuːɾ originally CC 360 O View
159 Stavangersk store ˈstuːʁə O View
157 Old Swedish mykil ˈmyːkil B View
157 Old Swedish stor stoːr O View
69 Swedish stor stuːr O View
69 Swedish grov gru:v (A) View
71 Swedish Vilhelmina STOR originally CC 360 O View
70 Swedish Uppland STOR originally CC 360 O View
145 Elfdalian stur stʉːr O View
20 Danish stor ˈsd̥ʰoˀɐ̯ originally CC 360 O View
158 Danish Fjolde stuor sduoɹ O View
160 Old Gutnish mikil B View
161 Gutnish Lau stäurar ˈstɛurar O View
99 Old English micel B View
22 English big bɪg (G) View
26 Frisian GREAT A View
21 Dutch groot ɣrot A View
24 Flemish GROOT A View
83 Afrikaans GROOT A View
87 Sranan LANGA originally CC 1342 View
87 Sranan GRAN, GRANDI originally CC 1342 D View
87 Sranan BIGI (G) View
87 Sranan GROFOE originally CC 1342 D View
126 Old High German grōz A View
126 Old High German mihhil B View
27 German gross gro:s A View
86 Pennsylvania Dutch GROESZ A View
120 Luxembourgish grouss A View
121 German Switzerland gross A View
107 Gothic mikils B View
130 Oscan maimas sup. fem. gen R View
132 Umbrian mestru comp. fem. R View
112 Latin grandis ˈɡrandis EXCLUDED. (D) View
112 Latin magnus ˈmaŋnus G.sg. magnī; magnus, magna ... B View
17 Catalan gran gran D View
17 Catalan llarg ʎaɾk Also 'far' in some dialects. View
56 Portuguese grande ˈɡɾɐ̃ðɨ D View
68 Spanish grande 'ɡɾande D View
61 Sardinian Cagliari MANNU B View
62 Sardinian Logudoro MANNU B View
63 Sardinian Nuoro MANNU B View
85 French Creole Dominica GWO, GWA D View
76 Walloon GRAND D View
25 French grand gʀɑ̃ D View
57 Provencal GROS Ag View
57 Provencal LARG related to Engl. and French ... View
42 Ladin GRAND D View
146 Dolomite Ladino gran(t) Online dictionary gives variant in ... D View
123 Romansh grond D View
122 Friulian grant D View
39 Italian grande 'grande Also means 'great'. D View
59 Romanian mare 'mare N View
74 Vlach MARE N View
140 Gaulish magio- Attested in many proper names ... B View
140 Gaulish māro- Reconstructed form, based on attested ... I View
127 Old Irish maige maɣʹe < *magios. (B) View
127 Old Irish mór, már mo:r, ma:r < IE mo-ro-, root *mē-/ *mō- ... I View
149 Old Cornish maur I View
101 Middle Cornish bras bra:z AF bras, prob. from Lat ... Af, (Ag) View
101 Middle Cornish mür (I) View
148 Old Breton mor I View
172 Middle Breton meur ˈmøːr I View
172 Middle Breton bras ˈbraːs Af View
12 Breton bras ˈbraːs prob. from Lat.: grossus 'thick ... Af, (Ag) View
150 Old Welsh maur I View
79 Welsh mawr I View
79 Welsh braisg (Af), (Ag) View
38 Irish mór mˠɔːr I View
115 Scottish Gaelic mòr moːɾ I View
147 Manx mooar I View
5 [Legacy] Albanian T madh mað DKB has: I MATH, E ... B View
29 [Legacy] Greek K MEGALOS B View
28 [Legacy] Greek D MEGALOS B View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md MEGALOS B View
64 [Legacy] Serbocroatian VELIK F View
113 [Legacy] Serbian velik ʋělik F View
89 [Legacy] Bulgarian P GOL AM E View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian golem ɡɔlɛm E View
94 [Legacy] Russian P VELIKIJ F View
93 [Legacy] Polish P WIELKI F View
90 [Legacy] Byelorussian P V ALIKI F View
98 [Legacy] Ukrainian P VELIKYJ F View
19 [Legacy] Czech E HRUBE IE *ger- (Walde 1930: 1 ... View
19 [Legacy] Czech E VELIKE F View
96 [Legacy] Slovak P VEL KY F View
91 [Legacy] Czech P VELKY F View
67 [Legacy] Slovenian VELIKA F View
45 [Legacy] Lithuanian O DIDELIS K View
11 [Legacy] Brazilian grande ˈɡɾɐ̃dʒi D View
142 [Legacy] German Munich groß A View
84 [Legacy] French Creole C GHWA, GHO D View
14 [Legacy] Breton St bras bʁaz prob. from Lat.: grossus 'thick ... Af, (Ag) View
14 [Legacy] Breton St meur møʁ Archaic. (I) View
13 [Legacy] Breton Se BRAS prob. from Lat.: grossus 'thick ... Af, (Ag) View
78 [Legacy] Welsh C MAWR I View
37 [Legacy] Irish A MOR I View