Would the concepts of hyponymy and hypernymy be used for adjectives? Hyponymy and hypernymy are usually used for nouns. And for verbs the WordNet people have created the concept troponymy for a manner kind of hyponymy and hypernymy.
In Danish, there are nybarberet (newly shaved) and glatbarberet (clean shaven) which could have a relation to the "hypernym" barberet (shaved/shaven). Should we say that the hypernym of nybarberet is barberet or are there other ways to model the relationship or refer to the relationship?