Semantics: analysis or interpretation of word meaning? A linguistic approach to cup.

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I begin with a very brief etymology of this word. In the 18th century, the most common drinking vessel, a mug, was replaced due to the introduction of the cup for hot liquids like tea, coffee or chocolate and the glass, used for cold liquids. The meaning of one word can therefore only be derived by comparing the sense relations to other words in the system.

This interdependence of meaning complicates a simple analysis.