while creating a vocabulary for a new conlang, I encountered an

any verbal root can have 4 uses (but the 4 may not all exist):

Alone it will be an impersonnal verb, when it agrees with the arguments it's
a descriptive/stative verb, when it has the marker "de" and agrees with an
argument it's an active verb, and when it has the prefix "ai-" it's a noun.

That way, I can derive the colors in verbs with the stative being "be red"
and the active being "become red" or "make red" depending of the

Also, I derived the verbs "die" and "kill" from the same root, "die" being
the stative and "kill" the active

But when I had to say what'd be the name related to that root, I realise it
would mean both "death" and "murder"

Are there natlangs in which "murder" and "death" are the same word?

Prabably.. but if so, do these languages make difference between "kill" and
"die" even if they don't between "murder" and "death"?

I find it strange to distinct a concept in the verbs but not in their names,
is it?

- Max