Прасемитско-английский словарь на K

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

Также смотрите корни в лексиконах семитских языков-потомков:


*kcb.
Arabic root, to swell, be full. kaaba, from Arabic kacba, cube, cubic structure, from kacaba to swell, be full (said of breasts).
*kbb.
East Semitic, to burn, char. shish kebab, from Arabic kab b, cooked meat in small pieces, probably from Aramaic kabb b , burning, charring, from kabbeb, to char, roast, probably from Akkadian kab bu, to burn, char.
*khw,
see qhw.
*k l.
Common Semitic noun *ku l-, (powder of) antimony. kohl; alcohol, from Arabic (al-)ku l, (the) powder of antimony, antimony
*kll.
Also kly. To complete.
1. Common Semitic *kull-, whole, all.
1. Kol Nidre, from Aramaic kol, all.
2. klezmer, from Mishnaic Hebrew k lê, plural bound form of k lî, utensil, article, instrument, from k lâ, to complete.
*kmn.
Common Semitic noun *kamm n-, cumin, perhaps from Sumerian gamun, cumin, unless this itself is of Semitic origin. cumin, cymene, from Greek kuminon, probably from a Semitic source akin to Akkadian kam(m) nu, Hebrew kammôn, Aramaic kammon , kammun , Arabic kamm n, all meaning “cumin.”
*kms.
Also kns, kn . To gather, collect, assemble. Knesset, from Modern Hebrew kneset, from Mishnaic Hebrew k neset, assembly, from Aramaic k ni t , assembly, from k na , to assemble.
*kpp1.
Central Semitic noun *kapp-, palm of the hand. a. kaph, from Hebrew kap, kaph; b. kappa, from Greek kappa, kappa. Both a and b from Phoenician *kapp, palm of the hand, eleventh letter of the Phoenician alphabet.
*kpp2,
see gbb.
*kpr1.
To wipe clean, polish, purify, cover. Yom Kippur, from Hebrew kippûr, atonement, from kipp r, to cover, atone.
*kpr2.
Common Semitic noun *kapar-, village.
1. Capernaum, from Hebrew k par na ûm, village of Nahum, from k par, bound form of k p r, village (na ûm, Nahum; see n m).
2. giaour, kaffir, Kaffir, from Arabic k fir, unbeliever, infidel (< “villager”), from kafr, village, from Aramaic kapr , village.
*krb.
To praise. Common Semitic root, with West Semitic metathesized variant brk. cherub, from Hebrew k rûb, cherub; akin to Akkadian kar bu, to praise, bless. Compare also brk.
*k .
Also kw . West Semitic, to pound, strike. couscous, from Arabic kuskus, from kaskasa, to crumble, pulverize.
*k r.
To succeed, achieve, be(come) suitable, proper. a. kosher, from Ashkenazic Hebrew kó er, proper; b. kashrut, from Mishnaic Hebrew ka rût, (ritual) fitness. Both a and b from Hebrew k r, proper, from k r, to succeed, be(come) proper, suitable.
*kwl.
To contain, hold, measure. Variant (Arabic) root form kyl. maquiladora, from Arabic mak la, measured, a measure of capacity, feminine passive participle of k la, to measure.
*kwn.
To be, be(come) firm, true. Sargon, from Hebrew sargôn, from Akkardian arru-k n, the king is true, legitimate, from k n, predicate form of k nu, verbal adjective of kânu, to be(come) firm, true ( arru, king; see rr).
*kw ,
see k .
*kyl,
see kwl.

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