Прасемитско-английский словарь на D

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Представлен реконструированный прасемитский корнеслов на D (финик. daleth) с английским описанием (см. англо-русский словарь).

Также смотрите корни в лексиконах семитских языков-потомков:


*dbq.
West Semitic, to cling, adhere. dybbuk, from Mishnaic Hebrew dibbûq, attachment, joining, from Hebrew dibb q, to make cling, derived stem of d baq, to cling.
*dbr1.
Central Semitic, various forms meaning “(honey-)bee.” Deborah, from Hebrew d bôrâ, bee.
*dbr2,
see dpr.
*dgn.
Common Semitic noun *dagan-, grain.
1. Dagon, from Hebrew d gôn, from Phoenician *dag n, grain, storm-god.
2. Mudéjar, from Arabic mudajjan, permitted to remain, Mudéjar, passive participle of dajjana, to allow to remain, derived stem of dajana, to remain (< “to become tame, domesticated,” probably denominative from an unattested *dajan, grain).
3. Dagan, from Akkadian dagan, Dagan.
*dl.
Common Semitic noun *dalt-, door (*-t-, feminine suffix).
1. daleth, from Hebrew d let, from Phoenician *dalt, door, fourth letter of the Phoenician alphabet.
2. delta, deltoid, from Greek delta, from Phoenician *dalt (see above) or from a dialectal variant *dilt.
*dm,
see dm.
*dpr.
To turn one's back on (probably denominative from an old word for “back”). West Semitic variant (assimilated) form dbr. Aldebaran, from Arabic ad-dabar n, the following, follower, from dabara, to follow.
*drn.
Arabic root, to become dirty. dourine, from Arabic darina, mangy (said of a female camel), from darin, dirty, from darina, to be(come) dirty.
*dr .
West Semitic, to seek, examine, study.
1. Midrash, from Hebrew midr , exposition, commentary, Midrash, from d ra , to seek, study.
2. madrassah, from Arabic madrasa, school, from darasa, to study.
*dwd.
Also wdd. To love.
1. David; Magen David, from Hebrew d w d, David, meaning uncertain, either “beloved” or “kinsman,” akin to dôd, beloved, father's brother.
2. Jedidiah, from Hebrew y dîdy h, beloved of Yahweh, from y dîd, bound form of y dîd (< *wad d-), beloved.
*dwr.
To turn, circle, dwell. arsenal, from Arabic d r, house (originally a Bedouin encampment with tents arranged in a circle), from d ra, to turn, circle.
*dyn.
To judge. a. Daniel, from Hebrew d n l, d n y l, my judge (is) God (alternatively, God has judged), from d n, a judge, active participle of d n, to judge; b. Midian, from Hebrew midy n, place of judgment (sense uncertain), from d n (see above).
3. medina, from Arabic mad na, city, from Aramaic m din(t) , jurisdiction, district, province, city, from d n, to judge, adjudicate, administer.

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