PLAY core meaning

Typical context The child is playing.
Microroles playing partner, musical instrument, player, play causer, toy, play location, game

Verb forms 39

participants in basic Coding frame
Language Verb form Basic Coding frame
Yorùbá Africa Niger-Congo s̩eré 1
German Europe (and Indo-European) Indo-European spielen 1
Emai Africa Niger-Congo sie 1
Emai Africa Niger-Congo doo 1
Nǀǀng Africa Tuu (ka) ǃqora 1
Chintang Asia Tibeto-Burman khoŋs 2
Jakarta Indonesian Southeast Asia & Australia Austronesian main 2
Zenzontepec Chatino Americas Otomanguean nka-jyā 1
Japanese (standard) Asia Japonic asobu 1
Bora Americas Witotoan ɨɨcú 2
Mitsukaido Japanese Asia Japonic asub-u 1
Nen Southeast Asia & Australia Morehead izers 1
Yucatec Maya Americas Maya báaxal 1
Yucatec Maya Americas Maya báaxt 2
Sliammon Americas Salish qaqs-imʼ 1
Italian Europe (and Indo-European) Romance giocare 2
Hokkaido Japanese Asia Japonic asob-u 1
Xârâcùù Southeast Asia & Australia Austronesian mwârâ 1
Evenki Asia Altaic evi- 1
Eastern Armenian Europe (and Indo-European) Indo-European χaʁal 2
Bezhta Europe (and Indo-European) Nakh-Daghestanian k'isal 1
Icelandic Europe (and Indo-European) Indo-European leika sér 1
Ainu Asia isolate sinot 1
Mandarin Chinese Asia Sino-Tibetan wán 2
Balinese Southeast Asia & Australia Austronesian macanada 1
Jaminjung Southeast Asia & Australia Mirndi garlagarla gagba 1
Korean Asia Isolate/Koreanic nolda 1
Ojibwe Americas Algonquian damnod 1
Sri Lanka Malay Asia Austronesian maayeng 1
English Europe (and Indo-European) Indo-European play 1
Mandinka Africa Mande túluŋ 2
Modern Standard Arabic Africa Semitic laʿaba 1
Hoocąk Americas Siouan šgaac 1
Even Asia Tungusic evi- 1
Russian Europe (and Indo-European) Indo-European igratʹ (1) 2
Russian Europe (and Indo-European) Indo-European igratʹ (2) 2
Ket Asia Yeniseic an⁷-de⁰ (S-aniŋ-ij-pl) 1
Mapudungun Americas Araucanian awkantun 1
Yaqui Americas Uto-Aztecan yeewe 1