Прасемитско-английский словарь на S' (Щ)

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Представлен реконструированный прасемитский корнеслов на S' (Щ, условно sy) с английским описанием (см. англо-русский словарь).

Также смотрите корни в лексиконах семитских языков-потомков:


*cb.
Arabic root, to gather, disperse. Sha'ban, from Arabic acb n, a month name, perhaps “dispersal,” from acaba, to gather, disperse.
*bk.
Central Semitic, to entwine, weave, insert.
1. sambuca1, from Aramaic sabb k , sambuca, from s bak, to fasten, cling.
2. xebec, from Arabic abb k, type of small ship, from abaka, to entwine, fasten.
*gd,
see sgd.
*km.
Arabic root, to bridle. hackamore, from Arabic ak ma, bit of a bridle, from akama, to bridle.
*m .
To be(come) proud, lofty, joyful. Simchat Torah, from Hebrew im at, bound form of im â, joy, rejoicing, from m a , to rejoice.
*mq,
see smq.
*qq.
Common Semitic noun * aqq-, sack. sac, saccade, sachet, sack1, sack2, satchel; cul-de-sac, haversack, knapsack, rucksack, from Greek sakkos, coarse cloth, article made from coarse cloth, from a Semitic source akin to Hebrew aq, Akkadian saqqu, sack.
*rc.
To set, set up, erect, prescribe. shari'a, from Arabic ar ca, law, from araca, to ordain, prescribe.
*rb.
West Semitic, to drink, absorb. a. sherbet, sorbet, from Arabic arba, a sip, drink; b. shrub2, from Arabic urb, a drinking, drink; c. syrup, from Arabic ar b, a drink, beverage. a–c all from Arabic ariba, to drink.
*rp1.
To burn. seraph, back-formation from plural seraphim, from Hebrew r pîm, plural of r p, fiery serpent, seraph, from rap, to burn.
*rp2.
Arabic root, to be noble, highborn. sherif, from Arabic ar f, noble, highborn, from arufa, to be noble, highborn.
*rq.
West Semitic, to be(come) red, rise (of the sun); noun * arq-, rising (of the sun), east. Saracen, sirocco, from Arabic arq, east, sunrise, from araqa, to rise, shine.
*rr.
Common Semitic noun * arr-, prince, king.
1. Sarah, from Hebrew râ, princess, feminine of ar, prince.
2. sarsaparilla, from Arabic aras, colloquial variant of irs, bramble, from arasa, to be vicious, dissimilated from * ara a, from ar ara, from arra, to be vicious, perhaps ultimately denominative from Semitic * arr-, prince.
3a. Sargon, from Hebrew sargôn, from Akkadian arru-k n, the king is true, legitimate, from arru, king (k n, true; see kwn); b. Belshazzar, from Hebrew b l a ar, from Akkadian b l- ar-u ur, Bel protect the king, from ar, late form of arru, king (b l, Bel (Akkadian god), and u ur, protect; see bcl and n r).
*ry.
West Semitic, to strive, strive for, save, protect. Israel, from Hebrew yi r l, God has striven, God has saved, from yi r , he has striven, saved, archaic preterite of râ, to strive, persevere.
* n.
Northwest Semitic, to be(come) hostile, accuse. a. Satan, from Hebrew n, adversary, Satan, from an, to accuse, act as adversary; b. shaitan, from Arabic ay n, Satan, from Ethiopic ay n, from Aramaic s n , from Hebrew n (see above).
* .
To tear apart, split. chott, from Arabic a , bank, coast, strand, from a a, to exceed, deviate. NTRY: wl.
Arabic root, to rise. Shawwal, from Arabic aww l, a month name, from la, to rise.
*yc.
Central Semitic, to assist. Shiah, Shiite, from Arabic ca, followers, disciples, faction (meaning influenced by Aramaic sic , absolute form of sict , troop, company), from ca, to spread, become known
*y .
To grow, grow up, grow old. a. sheik, from Arabic ay , old man, chief, from a, to grow old; b. sheika, from Arabic ay a, feminine of ay (see above).

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