|Usage||2023: Core (100% ↗ )|
2022: Core (99%)
|Book and era||nimi pu|
|Part of speech||Content word|
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Semantic space[edit | edit source]
The semantic space of insa, when used as a spatial word, includes inwards and things physically inside something, as well as the space in between two other things, which are not contained completely. In relation the human body, it usually refers to the guts and other internal organs.
Figuratively, it refers to anything being framed as inside of something else. For example, a mind is the inside of a head, neutral (in comparison to good and bad; see also meso).
pu[edit | edit source]
NOUN centre, content, inside, between; internal organ, stomach
ku[edit | edit source]
internal5, internal organ2, within2 , insert2 , content2 , amid2 , between2, inner5 , interior5 , centre5 , guts4 , core4 , central3 , inside3 , middle3 , belly3 , stomach3