Прасемитско-английский словарь на G

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Представлен реконструированный прасемитский корнеслов на G (финик. gimmel, араб. ) с английским описанием (см. англо-русский словарь).

Также смотрите корни в лексиконах семитских языков-потомков:


*gbb.
Also kpp. To be(come) bent, curved, to cut. jumper2, from from Arabic jubba, a long garment with wide, open sleeves, from jabba, to cut.
*gbl.
Central Semitic root, appearing in various nouns denoting “border,” “frontier,” “mountain.” javelina, from Arabic ( inz r) jabal , mountain (swine), from jabal, mountain.
*gbr,
see gpr.
*gdr.
Central Semitic, to wall, build walls; noun *gadir-, wall. Cadiz, from Latin Gades, from Phoenician *gadir, wall.
*ghd.
Arabic root, to strive.
1. jihad, from Arabic jih d, battle, holy war, from jahada, to strive (sense probably influenced by derived stem j hada, to fight).
2. mujahideen, from Arabic muj hid n, plural of muj hid, fighter, one who fights in a jihad, active participle of j hada, to fight, derived stem from jahada, to strive.
*glb.
West Semitic, to catch, fetch. djellaba, from Arabic jall b ya, from jall b, attractive, from jalaba, to attract, bring, fetch.
*gll.
To roll.
1. Galilee, from Latin Galilea, either from Aramaic g lil , circuit, district (from g lal, to roll) or from Hebrew g lîlâ, circuit, district (from g lal, to roll).
2. Megillah, from Hebrew m gillâ, scroll, roll, from g lal, to roll.
3. Golgotha, from Aramaic gulgult , skull, from galgel, to roll, derived stem of g lal, to roll.
*glm.
Central Semitic, to cut, break off, separate. golem, from Hebrew g lem, formless mass, unfinished thing, from g lam, to wrap up.
*gmd.
Central Semitic, to become hard, congeal, freeze, contract. Jumada, from Arabic jum d , a month name, from jamada, to freeze.
*gml1. Верблюд.
Common Semitic noun *gamal-, camel. camel; camelopard, from Latin, from Greek kam los, from a Semitic source akin to Hebrew g m l, Aramaic gaml , and Arabic jamal, camel.
*gml2.
Common Semitic noun *gaml-, throwstick. a. gamma, from Greek gamma, from Phoenician *gaml, throwstick (?), third letter of the Phoenician alphabet. b. gimel, from Hebrew gîmel, gimel, alteration of Phoenician *gaml (see above).
*gmr.
To complete, finish, bring to an end. Gemara, from Aramaic g m r , completion, from g mar, to complete.
*gnb.
Northwest Semitic, to steal. ganef, from Yiddish, from Hebrew gann b, thief, from g nab, to steal.
*gnn.
West Semitic, to cover, surround.
1. Magen David, from Hebrew m g n d w d, shield of David, from m g n (< *maginn), shield, from g nan, to cover, defend.
2. jinni, from Arabic jinn , demonic, demon, from jinn, demons (< “invisible beings”), from janna, to cover, hide, conceal.
*gpr.
To be(come) strong, prevail, work. West Semitic variant (assimilated) form gbr.
1. Gabriel, from Hebrew gabrî l, my strong one (is) God, from gabrî, my strong one, from gabr-, presuffixal form of geber, strong one, man, from g bar, to be strong ( l, god; see l).
2. algebra, from Arabic al-jabr, the might, force, restoration, from jabara, to force, restore, set (bones).
*grr.
West Semitic, to drag, draw, pull. jar1, from Arabic jarra, earthen jar, from jarra, to draw, pull.
*gwy.
Central Semitic noun *g y-, tribe. goy, from Hebrew gôy, nation people (usually, and later exclusively, of non-Israelite, and then non-Jewish, people).
*gy .
Assumed root of Hebrew gay , valley. Gehenna, from Hebrew gê (ben) hinn m, valley of (the son of) Hinnom, from gê , bound form of gay , valley (hinn m, a man's name; see hnn).
*gyl.
West Semitic, to rejoice. Abigail, from Hebrew bîgayil, my father (is) joy, from *gayil, joy, akin to gîl, rejoicing, joy, from g l, to rejoice ( bî, my father; see b).
*gzr.
West Semitic, to cut off, destroy. Algeria, Algiers, from Arabic al-jaz ir, the islands, Algeria, plural of al-jaz ra, the island (< “cut off” from land).

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