Прасемитско-английский словарь на M

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Представлен реконструированный прасемитский корнеслов на M (финик. mem, араб. mim) с английским описанием (см. англо-русский словарь).

Также смотрите корни в лексиконах семитских языков-потомков:


*m .
Common Semitic noun *mu -, marrow, brain, skull. nucha, from Arabic nu c, marrow, spinal marrow, spinal cord, probably akin to mu , marrow, brain, from Common Semitic *mu -, marrow, brain, skull (though the phonological details are obscure).
*ml .
Common Semitic noun *mil -, salt.
1. malachite, from Greek malakh , molokh , mallow, probably from a Semitic source akin to Hebrew mallûa , a salt-marsh plant, akin to mela , salt.
2. mallow, mauve, from Latin malva, probably from a Semitic source akin to Hebrew mallûa (see above).
*mlk.
West Semitic, to rule, dominate, possess, own; Common Semitic noun *malk-, ruler, king.
1. Melkite, from Aramaic malk ye, plural of malk y, royal, royalist, from malk , king.
2. Melchizedek, from Hebrew malkî- edeq, my king (is) righteousness, from malk, presuffixal form of melek, king + -î, my.
3. Moloch, from Hebrew m lek, from Canaanite *mulk, perhaps variant of Canaanite *malk, *milk, king.
4. Mameluke, from Arabic maml k, owned, slave, Mameluke, passive participle of malaka, to own, possess.
*mnn.
West Semitic, to be kind, show favor, patronize, disdain. manna, from Aramaic mann , from Hebrew m n, manna, akin to Arabic mann, favor, gift, honeydew, manna, from manna, to be kind, show favor.
*mnw.
To count.
1. mina, from Akkadian manû, a unit of weight, from manû, to count.
2. minyan, from Mishnaic Hebrew miny n, count, number, minyan, from Aramaic miny n , count, number, from m n , to count.
*mr .
Common Semitic nouns *mar -, *m ri -, man, master, lord, feminine *mar at-, *m ri at-, woman, mistress, lady. Martha, from Aramaic m r t , lady, feminine of m r , lord.
*mrr.
To be(come) bitter. Common Semitic noun *murr-, bitterness, myrrh. myrrh, from Greek murrha, from a Semitic source akin to Akkadian murru, Arabic murr, Hebrew m r, myrrh.
*msr.
West Semitic, to remove, deliver, hand over. Masora, from Hebrew m sôrâ, Masora, from m sar, to hand over, transmit.
*m .
To anoint.
1. Messiah, from Aramaic m i , anointed (one) (from m a , to anoint) or Hebrew m îa , anointed (one) (from m a , to anoint).
2. massage, masseur, from Arabic masa a, to anoint, stroke, rub (or massa, to touch; see m ).
*m .
To feel, grope for, touch. massage, masseur, from Arabic massa, to touch (or masa a, to anoint, stroke, rub; see m ).
*m .
West Semitic, to ferment, be(come) sour. matzo, from Hebrew ma â, unleavened bread.
*mt.
Common Semitic noun *mut-, man. Methuselah, from Hebrew m tû ela , man of Shelah (name of a deity), from m tû-, archaic bound form of *m t, man.
*mwt.
To die. checkmate, mate2, from Arabic m t, he has died, from earlier m ta, to die.
*my1.
Northwest Semitic *m y-, who?. a. Michael, from Hebrew mîk l, who is like God? (k , like + l, God; see l); b. Micah, from Hebrew mîkâ, short for mîk l (see above) or mîk y h, who is like Yahweh (see hwy). Both a and b from Hebrew mî, who?.
*my2
(exact root shape uncertain). Common Semitic noun *m -, *m y-, water. a. mem, from Hebrew m m, mem; b. mu, from Greek m , patterned to rhyme with n , nu (see nwn). Both a and b from Phoenician *m m, water, thirteenth letter of the Phoenician alphabet, akin to Hebrew mayim, water.

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