General levels
(Louw & Nida)

1: Geographical Objects
2: Natural substances
3: Plants
4: Animals
5: Foods and Condiments
6: Artefacts
7: Constructions
8: Body, Body Parts etc
9: People
10: Kinship Terms
11: Groups/classes of people
12: Supernatural etc
13: Be, Become, etc
14: Physical Events etc
15: Linear Movement
16: Non-Linear Movement
17: Stances/Events etc
18: Attachment
19: Physical impact
20: Violence, harm etc
21: Danger, risk etc
22: Trouble, hardship etc
23: Physiological processes
24: Sensory Events and States
25: Attitudes and Emotions
26: Pyschological Faculties
27: Learn
28: Know
29: Memory and recall
30: Think
31: Hold a view etc
32: Understand
33: Communication
34: Association
35: Help, care for
36: Guide, discipline etc
37: Control, rule
38: Punish, reward
39: Hostility, strife
40: Reconciliation etc
41: Behaviour etc
42: Perform, do
43: Agriculture
44: Animal husbandry, fishing
45: Bulding, Constructing
46: Household activities
47: Activities involving liquids or masses
48. Activities involving cloth
49. Activities involving cloth and adorning
50. Contest and Play
51. Festivals
52. Funerals and burial
53. Religious activities
54. Maritime activities
55. Military activities
56. Courts/legal proceedings
57. Possess, transer etc
58. Nature, class, example
59. Quantity
60. Number
61. Sequence
62. Arrange, organise
63. Whole, unite, part etc
64. Comparison
65. Value
66. Proper, improper
67. Time
68. Aspect
69. Affirmation, negation
70. Real, unreal
71. Mode
72. True, False
73. Genuine, phony
74. Able, capable
75. Adequate, qualified
76. Power, force
77. Ready, prepared
78. Degree
79. Features of objects
80. Space
81. Spacial dimensions
82. Spacial orientations
83. Spacial positions
84. Spacial extensions
85. Existence in Space
86. Weight
87. Status
88. Moral/ethical qualities etc
89. Relations
90. Case
91. Discourse markers
92. Discourse referentials
93. Names of persons and places