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far

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1. That tree is far away, I cannot see it; this one is quite near, I can see it clearly.

For languages which distinguish between adjectives and adverbs, adverbial use of the word is preferred. Cf. No.103 ‘near’. (Kassian et al. 2010)

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ID Language Source Form Phonological Form Notes Cognate Class
114 Proto-Indo-European *u̯i-itós Literally "gone far" (Kluge) G View
80 Hittite duwān E View
81 Tocharian A lo AF lok P View
82 Tocharian B lau AF lauke P View
88 Albanian larg split from DKB. Borrowed < Lat ... (C) View
88 Albanian GJAN split from DKB. Real meaning ... (O) View
143 Standard Albanian larg Borrowed < Lat largus 'big. large'. (C) View
2 Albanian Sicily GHARGHU Real meaning is 'long' not ... (O) View
4 Albanian Corinth PARE B View
3 Albanian Gheg GJAT split from DKB O View
3 Albanian Gheg larg split from DKB. Borrowed < Lat ... (C) View
6 Albanian Tosk larg Borrowed from Lat largus 'big ... (C) View
110 Ancient Greek πόρρω pórːɔː Adverb. B View
32 Greek μακριά maˌkriˈa H View
31 Greek Lesbos MAKRUA H View
129 Classical Armenian հեռի hɛri B View
8 Armenian Eastern հեռու hɛˈru 'last year' in ClArm (Martirosyan ... B View
7 Armenian Western հեռու hɛru Also a variant հեռի [hɛri]. B View
128 Avestan dūraē E View
131 Old Persian dūraiy E View
136 Sogdian dwr Christian E View
75 Wakhi DIR related to δЬir- 'to have ... E View
9 Baluchi DIR E View
137 Zazaki dūrī E View
72 Tajik DUR E View
54 Persian DUR E View
77 Waziri WURIYA split from DKB A View
77 Waziri LIRE split from DKB E View
1 Pashto LIRI E View
138 Shughni dar T View
138 Shughni dūr E View
139 Sarikoli δar T View
52 Ossetic dard dard < IE *terH- or treH- 'to ... Q View
124 Ossetic Iron dard dard Q View
125 Ossetic Digor dard dard Q View
141 Kata-viri bʌdʸur E View
105 Vedic Sanskrit dūrḗ E View
162 Pāḷī dūra E View
41 Khaskura TARA I View
51 Nepali DUR E View
106 Assamese dūr(âi) E View
102 Oriya durɔ durɔ ‘distant’ E View
10 Bengali DUR E View
111 Bihari dur dur E View
144 Magahi दूर् d̪ur E View
104 Marwari aḷagō R View
104 Marwari dur dur directional E View
104 Marwari āntarai I View
35 Hindi DUR E View
119 Urdu دور d̪uɾ E View
43 Lahnda DUR E View
53 Punjabi PERE S View
33 Gujarati DUR E View
50 Marathi dūr duɾ E View
40 Kashmiri DUR, DURU E View
65 Sinhalese DURA E View
34 Romani Greece DUR E View
100 Old Church Slavonic далєчє dɑlɛtʃɛ D View
95 Serbo-Croatian daleko daˈlɛ̌kɔ D View
15 Bulgarian далече dəˈlɛtʃɘ D View
92 Macedonian далеку ˈdalɛku D View
60 Russian далеко dalʲɛ'kɔ D View
55 Polish daleko daˈlɛkɔ D View
16 Belarusian далёка daˈlʲɔka D View
73 Ukrainian далеко daˈɫɛkɔ D View
66 Slovak ďaleko ˈɟalɛkɔ D View
18 Czech daleko ˈdalɛkɔ D View
48 Sorbian Upper daloko ˈdalɔkɔ D View
47 Sorbian Lower daloko ˈdalʲɔkɔ D View
97 Slovenian daleč ˈdǎːlɛtʃ D View
44 Latvian tâlu J View
46 Lithuanian TOLIMAS J View
109 Old Norse langt lanɣt neuter form of adjective can ... (M) View
109 Old Norse fjarri ˈfjarːi B View
36 Icelandic langt ˈlauŋɡ̊t M View
36 Icelandic fjarri ˈfjarːɪ B View
23 Faroese langt burtur lɛŋkt ˈb̥ʊɻ̊ʈʊɹ M View
23 Faroese fjart fjaɻ̊ʈ B View
58 Norwegian Riksmal langt laŋkt M View
58 Norwegian Riksmal fjern fjæːɳ (B) View
159 Stavangersk lanɡt bårte laŋkt ˈbɔ̀ʁtə M View
157 Old Swedish langt laŋkt M View
157 Old Swedish fiär fjæːr B View
69 Swedish långt borta lɔŋkt ˈbɔ̀ʈːa M View
69 Swedish fjärran ˈfjæ̀rːan B View
71 Swedish Vilhelmina LANGT M View
70 Swedish Uppland FJARRAN B View
70 Swedish Uppland LANGT BORD M View
145 Elfdalian launggt brott ˌlɑʉŋgt ˈbrotː M View
20 Danish langt lɑŋɡ̊d̥ M View
20 Danish fjern fjɛɐ̯n (B) View
158 Danish Fjolde låångt lɔːŋd M View
160 Old Gutnish fierri B View
160 Old Gutnish langt M View
161 Gutnish Lau langgt ˈlaŋɡt M View
99 Old English feor B View
22 English far fɑ: B View
26 Frisian fier fi.ər B View
21 Dutch ver vɛr B View
24 Flemish VER B View
83 Afrikaans VER B View
87 Sranan FARAWEI, FARA B View
126 Old High German fer(ro) B View
27 German weit vait G View
86 Pennsylvania Dutch WEIT G View
120 Luxembourgish wäit G View
120 Luxembourgish wäit ewech G View
121 German Switzerland wit G View
107 Gothic faírra B View
112 Latin longē ˈlongeː EXCLUDED. (M) View
112 Latin procul ˈprokul Evidently related to procere, procerus ... B View
17 Catalan lluny ʎuɲ M View
56 Portuguese REMOTO < Lat. REMOTUS View
56 Portuguese DISTANTE < DISTANTIA 'standing apart' View
56 Portuguese longe ˈlõʒɨ ADV M View
68 Spanish lejos 'lexos N View
61 Sardinian Cagliari ATTESU View
62 Sardinian Logudoro LONTANU M View
63 Sardinian Nuoro ILLARGU < Lat. LARGUS? View
85 French Creole Dominica LWE M View
76 Walloon LON M View
25 French loin lwɛ̃ M View
57 Provencal LUEN, LIUEN M View
42 Ladin VIA View
146 Dolomite Ladino dalonz M View
123 Romansh lontan M View
122 Friulian lontan M View
39 Italian lontano lon'tano M View
59 Romanian departe K View
74 Vlach DEPARTE K View
127 Old Irish fota ɸoda L View
127 Old Irish cían kʹi:ən View
101 Middle Cornish pell pɛl: F View
172 Middle Breton pell ˈpelː F View
12 Breton lark EXCLUDED. Not the Swadesh term View
12 Breton pell ˈpɛlː F View
12 Breton diabell diaˈbɛl EXCLUDED. Rare and not the ... (F) View
79 Welsh pell F View
38 Irish sia < IE *se(h)-ro- 'long lasting', cognate with 'long' in /cognate/1030/ (Matasovic 2007: 337) View
38 Irish fada ˈfˠɑd̪ˠə,ˈfˠad̪ˠə Munster, Connacht & Ulster. Same as ... L View
115 Scottish Gaelic fada fad̪̊ə L View
5 [Legacy] Albanian T larg Borrowed from Lat largus 'big ... (C) View
29 [Legacy] Greek K MAKRAN H View
28 [Legacy] Greek D MAKRIA H View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md MAKRUA H View
64 [Legacy] Serbocroatian DALEK D View
113 [Legacy] Serbian dalek dǎlek D View
89 [Legacy] Bulgarian P DALEK D View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian DALEKU D View
94 [Legacy] Russian P DAL OKIJ D View
93 [Legacy] Polish P DALEKI D View
90 [Legacy] Byelorussian P DAL OKI D View
98 [Legacy] Ukrainian P DALEKYJ D View
19 [Legacy] Czech E DALEKO D View
96 [Legacy] Slovak P D ALEKY D View
91 [Legacy] Czech P DALEKY D View
67 [Legacy] Slovenian DALEC D View
45 [Legacy] Lithuanian O TOLUS J View
11 [Legacy] Brazilian LONGE M View
142 [Legacy] German Munich weit < Pr. Germ. *wīda- ‘wide, distant’. G View
84 [Legacy] French Creole C LWE M View
14 [Legacy] Breton St pell pɛl Also 'husk, chaff'. F View
13 [Legacy] Breton Se PELL F View
78 [Legacy] Welsh C PELL F View
37 [Legacy] Irish A FADA L View
37 [Legacy] Irish A I BHFAD L View