JUMP core meaning

Typical context The girl jumped.
Microroles jump location, jumper, jump beneficiary, jump causer, jump instrument, jumped over (obstacle)

Verb forms 43

participants in basic Coding frame
Language Verb form Basic Coding frame
Yorùbá Africa Niger-Congo fòsókè 1
Yorùbá Africa Niger-Congo bé̩sílè̩ 1
German Europe (and Indo-European) Indo-European springen 2
German Europe (and Indo-European) Indo-European hüpfen 2
Emai Africa Niger-Congo vbọọ 1
Emai Africa Niger-Congo san 1
Nǀǀng Africa Tuu ǂkhuun 1
Chintang Asia Tibeto-Burman tand 2
Jakarta Indonesian Southeast Asia & Australia Austronesian loncat 1
Jakarta Indonesian Southeast Asia & Australia Austronesian lompat 1
Zenzontepec Chatino Americas Otomanguean nkw-é-kwaą̄ 1
Japanese (standard) Asia Japonic tobiagaru 1
Bora Americas Witotoan cátsíñiivyé 1
Mitsukaido Japanese Asia Japonic tob-u 1
Nen Southeast Asia & Australia Morehead ätäns 1
Nen Southeast Asia & Australia Morehead ábrms 1
Yucatec Maya Americas Maya síit' 1
Sliammon Americas Salish kʼʷitʼᶿ-im 1
Italian Europe (and Indo-European) Romance saltare 1
Hokkaido Japanese Asia Japonic hane-ru 1
Xârâcùù Southeast Asia & Australia Austronesian cîchéé 2
Evenki Asia Altaic mikčan- 2
Eastern Armenian Europe (and Indo-European) Indo-European cʰatkel 1
Bezhta Europe (and Indo-European) Nakh-Daghestanian yogic'al 1
Icelandic Europe (and Indo-European) Indo-European hoppa 1
Ainu Asia isolate tetterke 1
Ainu Asia isolate hopuni(SG) / hopunpa (PL) 1
Mandarin Chinese Asia Sino-Tibetan tiào(qǐlái) 1
Balinese Southeast Asia & Australia Austronesian makejog 1
Jaminjung Southeast Asia & Australia Mirndi dibard gajgany 1
Korean Asia Isolate/Koreanic ttwida 1
Ojibwe Americas Algonquian mbigwaashknid 1
Ojibwe Americas Algonquian gwaashknid 1
Sri Lanka Malay Asia Austronesian lompath 1
English Europe (and Indo-European) Indo-European jump 1
Mandinka Africa Mande sawuŋ 2
Modern Standard Arabic Africa Semitic qafaza 1
Hoocąk Americas Siouan t'ąą(t'ą)p 1
Even Asia Tungusic melun 2
Russian Europe (and Indo-European) Indo-European prygnutʹ 2
Ket Asia Yeniseic eŋ⁷-bed⁰ (S-eŋ-bed-pl) 1
Mapudungun Americas Araucanian rüngkün 2
Yaqui Americas Uto-Aztecan chepte 1