Bilingual or even polylingual word embeddings created many possibilities for tasks involving multiple languages. While some tasks like cross-lingual information retrieval aim to satisfy users' multilingual information needs, some enable transferring valuable information from resource-rich languages to resource-poor ones. In any case, it is important to build and evaluate methods that operate in a cross-lingual setting. In this paper, Wordnet definitions in 7 different languages are used to create a semantic textual similarity testbed to evaluate cross-lingual textual semantic similarity methods. A document alignment task is created to be used between Wordnet glosses of synsets in 7 different languages. Unsupervised textual similarity methods-Wasserstein distance, Sinkhorn distance and cosine similarity-are compared with a supervised Siamese deep learning model. The task is modeled both as a retrieval task and an alignment task to investigate the hubness of the semantic similarity functions. Our findings indicate that considering the problem as a retrieval and alignment problem has a detrimental effect on the results. Furthermore, we show that cross-lingual textual semantic similarity can be used as an automated Wordnet construction method.