Прасемитско-английский словарь на P

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

Также смотрите корни в лексиконах семитских языков-потомков:


*p.
Common Semitic noun *p -, mouth.
1a. pe, from Hebrew p , pe; b. pi1, from Greek pei, p , pi. Both a and b from Phoenician *p , mouth, seventeenth letter of the Phoenician alphabet.
2. Fomalhaut, from Arabic fam, mouth.
*pdy.
To redeem, ransom. fedayee, from Arabic fid , one who sacrifices himself, freedom fighter, from fid , ransom, sacrifice, from fad , to ransom, sacrifice.
*pl .
Central Semitic, to cleave, till, work. fellah, from Arabic fall , peasant, farmer, from fala a, to cleave, cultivate, till.
*pll.
To watch over, judge, intercede. tefillin, from Mishnaic Hebrew t pillîn, plural of t pillâ, prayer, from Hebrew hitpall l, to pray, akin to pill l, to mediate, judge, both derived stems of *p lal, to beseech.
*pl .
To break through, pass through. Falasha, from Amharic fäla a, from fäla , migrant, active participle of fälläsä, to migrate.
*pqr.
West Semitic, to long for. fakir, from Arabic faq r, poor, from faqura, to be(come) poor.
*prd.
West Semitic, to separate. fardel, from Arabic farda, single piece, pack, bundle, from farada, to be(come) separate, segregated, single.
*prh.
Ethiopic root, to fear, revere. Rastafarianism, from Amharic täfäri, feared, respected, participle of täfärra, to be feared, respected, derived stem of färra, to fear, respect, akin to Classical Ethiopic farha, to fear, revere.
*pr .
Northwest Semitic, to make distinct, to separate. Pharisee, from Aramaic p ri ayy , plural of p ri , separate, separated, from p ra , to separate.
*pr .
Northwest Semitic, to break, rend. prutah, from Mishnaic Hebrew p rû â, a small coin, feminine passive participle of p ra , to break.
*ps .
Hebrew root, to pass over. a. Pesach, from Hebrew pesa Passover; b. Pasch, from Aramaic pas , from Hebrew pesa (see above). Both a and b from Hebrew p sa , to pass over.
*ptw.
West Semitic, to advise.
1. fatwa, from Arabic fatw , legal opinion, from a verb *fat , to advise (attested only in derived denominative forms such as aft , to give a formal legal opinion).
2. mufti1, from Arabic muft , one who delivers legal opinions, mufti, active participle of aft (see above).
*p r.
To split, separate, detach.
1. haphtarah, from Mishnaic Hebrew hap râ, conclusion, from hip îr, to conclude, dismiss, derived stem of Hebrew p ar, to separate, remove, release.
2. 'Id al-Fitr, from Arabic fi r, breaking a fast, from fa ara, to split, break, break a fast.

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