Прасемитско-английский словарь на N

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Представлен реконструированный прасемитский корнеслов на N (финик. nun, араб. , условно d_) с английским описанием (см. англо-русский словарь).

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*ncm.
Central Semitic, to be(come) pleasant, agreeable. Naomi, from Hebrew noc mî, my delight, from n cam, delight, delightfulness, from n c m, to be(come) pleasant, delightful.
*ncr.
West Semitic, to shake, roar. noria, from Arabic n c ra, from Aramaic n cur , water-wheel, from n car, to shake, roar.
*nbr.
Ethiopic root, to sit, dwell. almemar, from Medieval Hebrew almêm r, from Arabic al-minbar, the pulpit, probably from Ethiopic manbar seat, chair, pulpit, or m nb r, seat, throne, from nabara, to sit, dwell.
*n r.
West Semitic, to vow, consecrate. Kol Nidre, from Aramaic kol nidrê, all the vows of, from nidrê, plural bound form of nidr , vow, from n dar, to vow.
*ngd.
West Semitic, to become prominent, conspicuous, to drag, lead, travel. Haggadah, from Hebrew hagg dâ, narration, telling, from higgîd, to narrate, tell (< *hangida).
*ng .
West Semitic, to press, oppress, drive. Negus, from Amharic n gus, from Classical Ethiopic n gu , king, ruler, verbal adjective of nag a, to rule, become king.
*nhr.
Common Semitic noun *nah(a)r-, river. Achernar, from Arabic nahr, river.
*n m.
Central Semitic, to console, comfort.
1a. Nahum, from Hebrew na ûm, comfort; b. Capernaum, from Hebrew k par na ûm, village of Nahum (see kpr2).
2. Nehemiah, from Hebrew n emy h, Yahweh comforted, from n em, reduced form of ni am, he comforted. Both 1 and 2 from Hebrew ni am, to console, comfort.
*np .
To shake, shatter. intifada, from Arabic intif a, shudder, awakening, uprising, from intafa a, to be shaken, shudder, wake up, derived stem of nafa a, to shake.
*np .
Common Semitic noun *nap -, naphtha. naphtha, from Greek naphtha, from a Semitic source akin to Arabic and Ethiopic naf , Aramaic nep , Akkadian nap u, naphtha.
*npy.
To sift. apron, map, mop, napery, napkin, nappe, from Latin mappa, originally napkin, cloth, said by the Roman author Quintilian to be of Punic origin, perhaps from Phoenician (Punic) *mapp , from Common Semitic *manpay- or *manpiy-, sieve, fine cloth (?).
*nqb.
To pierce. Maccabee, from Hebrew maqqebet (< *manqabt-), hammer, from n qab, to pierce.
*nqr.
To bore, pierce. nacre, from Arabic naqq ra, small drum, from naqara, to bore, pierce.
*ntn.
To give.
1a. Matthew, from Hebrew mattayy h, from *mattan-y h, gift of Yahweh, from mattan, bound form of matt n (< *mantan), gift (y h, Yahweh; see hwy); b. (i) Nathan, from n t n, he (God) gave; (ii) Jonathan, from Hebrew yôn t n, Yahweh has given, from n t n, he gave (yô, Yahweh; see hwy). Both a and b from Hebrew n tan, to give; c. Nathanael, from Hebrew n tan l, God has given, from n tan, reduced form of n tan (see above; l, God; see l).
2. Esarhaddon, from Akkadian A ur-a a-iddin, Ashur has given a brother, from iddin (< *yandin), preterite of nad nu, to give (a a, brother; see ).
*n y.
Central Semitic, to stretch out, extend, incline. mat1, from Late Latin matta, possibly from Phoenician (Punic) *ma (< *man ay- or *man iy-), akin to Hebrew mi â, bed, couch, from n â, to stretch out, extend, incline.
*n m.
Arabic root, to arrange. Nizam, from Arabic ni m, order, arrangement, from na ama, to arrange.
*n r.
To see, watch, observe, guard.
1a. Nebuchadnezzar, from Hebrew n bûkadne ar (also n bûkadre ar, whence English byform Nebuchadrezzar), alteration of Akkadian nabû-kudurr -u ur, Nabu protect the borders (nabû, Nabu (a god); kudurr , oblique plural of kudurru, border); b. Belshazzar, from Hebrew b l a ar, from Akkadian b l- ar-u ur, Bel protect the king (b l, lord, Bel (Akkadian deity), and ar, king; see bcl and rr). Both a and b from u ur, protect, singular imperative of na ru, to guard, protect.
2. nadir, from Arabic na r (as-samt), opposite (of the zenith), from na r, facing, equal, opposite, from na ara, to see, watch.
*nwb.
Arabic root, to represent, act as deputy. nabob, from Arabic nuww b, plural of n ib, deputy, active participle of n ba, to represent, act as deputy.
*nwn.
Common Semitic noun *n n-, fish. a. nu, from Greek n , nu; b. nun2, from Mishnaic Hebrew nûn, nun. Both a and b from Phoenician *n n, fish, fourteenth letter of the Phoenician alphabet.
*nwr.
To shine, be(come) bright.
1. menorah, from Hebrew m nôrâ, lamp, lampstand, akin to n r, lamp.
2. minaret, from Arabic man ra, lamp, lighthouse, minaret, akin to n r, light.

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