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vomit

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Description

1. The food was bad, it made him vomit.
2. She vomited because she was ill.

Not to be confused with the noun 'vomit' or colloquial terms for the verb.

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ID Language Source Form Phonological Form Notes Cognate Class
114 Proto-Indo-European *u̯emh₁- E View
114 Proto-Indo-European *h₁reug- S View
82 Tocharian B aṅkaiṁ yamaṣṣäṃ aṅkaiṁ = 'falsely, erring' < IE *quoinu- ... View
143 Standard Albanian vjell < Pr. Alb. *welwa related to ... C View
2 Albanian Sicily VIGHEM C View
4 Albanian Corinth VIEU (AOR. VOWA) C View
6 Albanian Tosk VIEL, AOR. VOTA C View
110 Ancient Greek ἐμέω eméɔː Inf. ἐμεῖν; sometimes compounded with ... E View
32 Greek ξερνώ kse̞rˈno̞ J View
32 Greek KANO ANAGHULA EXCLUDE. (N) View
32 Greek εμώ e̞ˈmo̞ EXCLUDE. (E) View
31 Greek Lesbos KSERNO J View
129 Classical Armenian ործ(կ)ամ orc(k)am L View
8 Armenian Eastern P`XCKAL (D) View
8 Armenian Eastern ործկալ voɾʦˈkɑl L View
7 Armenian Western PISKEL D View
128 Avestan vam- E View
75 Wakhi WOQ- related to Wa. WAΓ(D ... View
9 Baluchi UCHALNA (O) View
72 Tajik KANDAN A View
54 Persian ESTEFRAG KARDAN (OQ ZADAN) View
77 Waziri KAI (VOMITING) A View
1 Pashto KANGI KAVEL A View
138 Shughni pirīθ View
138 Shughni cuγ dedōw View
139 Sarikoli porča čɛyg(ɛw) View
52 Ossetic wæmyn E View
52 Ossetic TONYN 'tear off, reap, scratch, pull ... View
52 Ossetic omyn omɨn E View
124 Ossetic Iron wom- wom- E View
125 Ossetic Digor wom- wom- E View
105 Vedic Sanskrit vámiti E View
162 Pāḷī vamati E View
41 Khaskura WAK, WAK GARNU, OKWAKNU split from DKB P View
41 Khaskura CHHADNU split from DKB O View
51 Nepali UGELNU split from DKB, Q View
51 Nepali CHADNU split from DKB O View
106 Assamese bɔmikɒr bɔmikɒr E View
102 Oriya banti banti View
10 Bengali BOMI+KORA E View
111 Bihari kəyə kərəb kəyə kərəb AF kaya, euphemistic origin? comp ... View
111 Bihari bokar bokar E View
144 Magahi कै करना kɛ kərnɑ View
104 Marwari chādabō K View
35 Hindi ULTI KERNU K View
119 Urdu قَے کرنا، اُلٹی کرنا qɛ kəɾnə, ʔulʈɪ kəɾnə K View
103 Sindhi OGAṆU Q View
103 Sindhi chhanDarnu ‘to separate the dirt and ... O View
43 Lahnda ULTI KEREN K View
53 Punjabi KE+KERNA View
33 Gujarati ULTI KERWI split from DKB K View
33 Gujarati OKWA split from DKB P View
50 Marathi okne 'okɳe P View
50 Marathi ultī karne ul'ʈi: kəɾ'ɳe K View
50 Marathi ultī hone ul'ʈi: 'ɦoɳe K View
40 Kashmiri WAMUN E View
65 Sinhalese VAMARANAWA E View
34 Romani Greece CHADAMAN O View
100 Old Church Slavonic бл҄ьвати bʎɪ̆vɑti G View
95 Serbo-Croatian povraćati ˈpɔ̌vratɕati C View
95 Serbo-Croatian riɡati ˈrîɡati S View
95 Serbo-Croatian bljuvati bʎǔʋati G View
15 Bulgarian повръщам puˈvrɤʃtəm 'бълвам' is colloquial. C View
92 Macedonian повраќа ˈpovraca An alternative lexeme 'блуе' is ... C View
60 Russian рвать rvatʲ H View
55 Polish zwracać ˈzvratsatɕ Alternative lexemes: 'rzygać' (colloqiual, slightly ... C View
16 Belarusian ванітаваць vanʲitaˈvatsʲ An alternative lexeme is 'рваць ... (M) View
73 Ukrainian блювати blʲuˈʋatɪ There are alternative lexemes: 'ригати ... G View
66 Slovak vracať ˈvratsac An alternative lexeme is 'dáviť ... C View
18 Czech zvracet ˈzvratsɛt An alternative lexeme is 'blít ... C View
48 Sorbian Upper bluwać ˈbluwatʃ An alternative lexeme is 'jokać ... G View
47 Sorbian Lower bluwaś ˈblʲuwaɕ G View
97 Slovenian bljuvati bljǔːvati G View
108 Old Prussian wimbmis form?? E View
44 Latvian vemj E View
46 Lithuanian VEMTI E View
109 Old Norse spýja ˈspyːja AF spýr R View
36 Icelandic æla ˈaiːla V View
36 Icelandic kasta upp ˈkʰasta ʏpː I View
36 Icelandic spýja ˈspiːja R View
23 Faroese spýggja ˈspʊid̥ʒːa R View
58 Norwegian Riksmal brekke seg ˈbɾɛ̀kːə sæɪ (B) View
58 Norwegian Riksmal kaste opp ˈkàstə upː I View
58 Norwegian Riksmal spy spyː R View
159 Stavangersk spy spyː R View
157 Old Swedish spyia ˈspyːja R View
157 Old Swedish kasta up ˈkasta upː I View
69 Swedish kräkas ˈkrɛ̀:kas "imitative" (Buck 1949: 266) W View
69 Swedish KASTA (FA) UPP split from DKB I View
69 Swedish spy spy: split from DKB R View
71 Swedish Vilhelmina KRAKAS split from DKB I View
71 Swedish Vilhelmina SPY split from DKB R View
70 Swedish Uppland KRAKAS, KASTA OPP I View
145 Elfdalian spaja ˈspɑ̀jɑ R View
20 Danish kaste op ˈg̥ʰasd̥ʰə ʌb̥ʰ I View
20 Danish brække sig (B) View
158 Danish Fjolde spej sbej R View
161 Gutnish Lau kräkas ˈkrɛːkas (W) View
161 Gutnish Lau spöi spœɪ R View
99 Old English spīw̄þ R View
22 English to vomit 'vɑmɪt (E) View
26 Frisian spuie 'spɔ.i̯ə replaced SPUIJE. Omitted umlaut from ... R View
21 Dutch braken 'brakə(n) B View
21 Dutch spugen ˈspyχə R View
21 Dutch kotsen ˈkɔtsə X View
24 Flemish BRAKEN B View
83 Afrikaans VOMEER, VERMEER E View
83 Afrikaans BRAAK B View
87 Sranan PIO, OFER View
126 Old High German spīwit R View
27 German ausbrechen 'aŭsbrɛçn̩ B View
120 Luxembourgish katzen = NHG KOTZEN, prob. an intensive ... U View
121 German Switzerland chotze cf NHG kotzen. prob. an ... U View
107 Gothic (ga)speivan ‘dt. erbrechen’ R View
107 Gothic rupatjan if cogn. with NHG RÜLPSEN ... View
112 Latin uomere ˈwomere uomō, uomere, uomuī, uomitum E View
17 Catalan TRAURER, GITAR < Lat. IACTARE 'throw out' S View
17 Catalan vomitar 'bumi'ta E View
56 Portuguese vomitar vumiˈtaɾ E View
68 Spanish vomitar bomi'taɾ E View
61 Sardinian Cagliari VOMITAI E View
62 Sardinian Logudoro VOMITARE E View
63 Sardinian Nuoro BOMBERE E View
85 French Creole Dominica VOMI E View
76 Walloon VOMI E View
25 French vomir vɔmiʀ E View
57 Provencal BOUMI split from DKB E View
57 Provencal REGOULA split from DKB S View
42 Ladin VOMITER E View
146 Dolomite Ladino remete View
146 Dolomite Ladino gomità E View
122 Friulian gomitâ E View
39 Italian vomitare vomi'tare E View
59 Romanian a borî a boˈrɨ View
59 Romanian a vomita E View
74 Vlach VOMU E View
127 Old Irish sceïd sʹkʹeʔiðʹ F View
101 Middle Cornish hwyja 'ʍɪʤa F View
172 Middle Breton huedaff, huediff ˈxweːdaṽ, ˈxweːdiṽ Hapax in the Catholicon (1499 ... View
12 Breton DISTEUREL split from DKB, prob. fr ... View
12 Breton dislonkañ split from DKB T View
12 Breton c'hwedañ split from DKB F View
79 Welsh chwydu F View
38 Irish sceith F View
115 Scottish Gaelic sgeith F View
5 [Legacy] Albanian T ME YELLE C View
29 [Legacy] Greek K EMESSO E View
28 [Legacy] Greek D KANO EMETTO E, (N) View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md KANO (N) View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md KSERNO J View
64 [Legacy] Serbocroatian POVRACATI C View
113 [Legacy] Serbian bljuvati to vomit, puke' G View
113 [Legacy] Serbian povraćati judged more neutral C View
89 [Legacy] Bulgarian P BULVAM G View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian BLUE G View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian póvraḱa ˈpɔvraca C View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian blúe ˈblue G View
94 [Legacy] Russian P RVAT H View
93 [Legacy] Polish P WYMIOTOWAC M View
90 [Legacy] Byelorussian P RVAC H View
98 [Legacy] Ukrainian P BL UVATY G View
19 [Legacy] Czech E VRACAT C View
96 [Legacy] Slovak P CHRLIT View
91 [Legacy] Czech P BLITI G View
67 [Legacy] Slovenian KOZLAT cf. also /lexeme/24175/, prob ... U View
45 [Legacy] Lithuanian O VEMTI E View
11 [Legacy] Brazilian VOMITAR E View
142 [Legacy] German Munich sich übergeben High German form. View
142 [Legacy] German Munich kotzen Colloquial. Prob. an intensive formation ... U View
84 [Legacy] French Creole C VOMI E View
14 [Legacy] Breton St DIC'HWEDIN split from DKB F View
14 [Legacy] Breton St dislonkañ diz'lɔ̃ŋkã split from DKB T View
13 [Legacy] Breton Se DAKOREIN View
78 [Legacy] Welsh C CYFOGI prob. CUY+OGI, cf. Bret ... View
37 [Legacy] Irish A CAITHEAMH AMACH, AISEAG fr. OIr. CAITH 'chaff, husks ... View