|Date:||Sat, 11 Jun 2011 01:36:09 -0400 (EDT)|
Those comments you quoted are reasonable, but the point remains that those words have a very large number of senses.
With this kind of evidence from dedicated practitioners, mustn't we
All word senses develop from the situations in which they are used.
That's the point of Wittgenstein's later philosophy about language games.
The meaning of a word or the multiple meanings arise from the multiple ways of using the word in different situations for different purposes.
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