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Number: 1
Proto-Semitic: *ʔab-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'father'
Akkadian: abu 'father' (CAD A1, 67; AHw., 7)
Ugaritic: ʔab id. (DUL, 2)
Phoenician: ʔb id. (T, 1)
Hebrew: ʔāb id. (KB, 1)
Judaic Aramaic: ʔabbā id. (Ja., 2)
Syrian Aramaic: ʔabbā id. (Brock., 1)
Mandaic Aramaic: ab, aba id. (DM, 1)
Arabic: ʔab- id. (BK 1, 6)
Epigraphic South Arabian: SAB MIN QAT ʔb id. (SD, 1; LM, 1; Ricks, 3)
Geʕez (Ethiopian): ʔab id. (LGz., 2)
Tigre: ʔab id. (LH, 365)
Tigrai (Tigriñña): ʔabbo id. (Bass., 515)
Amharic: abbat id. (K, 1199)
Harari: āw ДОДЕЛАТЬ
East Ethiopic: ZWY ābu, SEL abot, WOL abbä, ab_ot id. (LGur., 4)
Gurage: CHA EZ̆A MUH MSQ GOG ab, ENM GYT ab_ SOD ab_i, CHA EZ̆̆A END aw id. (LGur., 4)
Mehri: ḥáyb id. (JM, 2)
Jibbali: ʔiy id. (JJ, 1), cf. ʔeb 'big'
Harsusi: ḥayb id. (JH, 1)
Soqotri: ʔeʔǝb 'big'
Number: 2
Proto-Semitic: *ʔaḫ(ʷ)- 1, *(ʔa-)ḫVw-at- 2
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'brother' 1, 'sister' 2
Akkadian: aḫu 1, aḫātu 2 (CAD A1, 195, 171; AHw, 21, 18)
Ugaritic: ʔaḫ (also ʔiḫ, ʔuḫ) 1, aḫt 2 (DUL, 34, 41)
Phoenician: ʔḥ 1, ʔḥt 2 (T, 10, 11)
Hebrew: ʔāḥ 1, ʔāḥōt 2 (KB, 29, 31)
Judaic Aramaic: ʔaḥā (ʔāḥā) 1, ʔăḥātā 2 (Ja., 38, 42)
Syrian Aramaic: ʔaḥā 1, ḥātā (pl. ʔaḥwātā) 2 (Brock., 10)
Mandaic Aramaic: aha 1, ahata 2 (DM, 8)
Arabic: ʔaḫ- 1, ʔuḫt- 2 (BK 1, 17, 18)
Epigraphic South Arabian: ʔḫ 1, ʔḫt 2 (SD, 4, LM, 3, Ricks, 8)
Geʕez (Ethiopian): ʔǝḫǝw, ʔǝḫʷ 1, ʔǝḫǝt 2 (LGz., 13)
Tigre: ḥu 1, ḥǝt 2 (LH, 51, 81)
Tigrai (Tigriñña): ḥaw 1, ḥawti 2 (Bass., 431)
Amharic: ǝt, ǝhǝt 2 (K, 1206)
Argobba: äḥ 1, ǝhǝd 2 (LArg., 189)
Harari: ǝḥ 1, ǝḥit 2
East Ethiopic: ZWY ǝ̄t 'sister' (LGur., 102). Note also ǝ̄n 'brother' (LGur., 55) SOD ätit 'sister' (LGur., 102)
Mehri: Cf. ɣâ 1
Soqotri: ʔaʕḥa 1, ʔǝʕḥǝt 2 (LS, 56); -ʕḥ- is dissimilated < *-ḥḥ-
Number: 3
Proto-Semitic: *nišw-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'woman'
Hebrew: nāš-īm (pl.) (KB, 729)
Aramaic: SML nšy, OLD nšwn, OFF nšy (HJ, 118)
Biblical Aramaic: nǝš-īn (KBg, 1670)
Judaic Aramaic: nǝš-īn (Ja., 937). The sing. nǝšā is also attested.
Syrian Aramaic: nešš-e (Brock., 450)
Arabic: niswat-, nuswat-, nisāʔ-, nis-ūna, niswān- (BK 2, 1254).
Number: 4
Proto-Semitic: *(ʔi-)nVš-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'man'
Akkadian: nišū 'mankind, people' from OAkk. on, Akkadogram in Hitt. (CAD NII, 283; AHw, 796)
Ugaritic: ʔinš 'people' (DUL, 84), ʔinšt 'relatives' (DUL, 84), nšm 'people, men' (DUL, 649)
Hebrew: ʔä̆nōš 'die Menschen' (KB deutsch 68), pB. ʔä̆nōš 'man' (Ja, 82)
Aramaic: Samal, DA, OffAr, OAram, Palm, Nab, Hatra ʔnš 'man, person' (HJ, 84); Sam ʔnš 'man' (Tal, 52)
Biblical Aramaic: ʔä̆nāš 'Menschen' (KB deutsch, 1670)
Judaic Aramaic: ʔä̆nāš, ʔīnšā, ʔēnāš, ʔēnāšā, ʔīnīš, ʔä̆naš 'being, human being' (Ja, 53), ʔĕnāš 'person, one' (Sokoloff, 66); ʔnš 'man, person' (HJ, 84)
Syrian Aramaic: ʔanāšā 'homo' (Brock, 31)
Modern Aramaic: nâshâ 'man' (Maclean, 16)
Mandaic Aramaic: ʔanaša, naša 'human being' (DM, 24)
Arabic: ʔins-ān- 'Homme' (BK 1, 61), ʔins- 'Genre humain, hommes' (BK 1, 61), nās- 'coll. Hommes, gens' (BK 2, 1366)
Epigraphic South Arabian: Sab. ʔns1 'man; male' (SD, 6); Min. ʔns1 'personne de sexe masculin' (LM, 6); Qat. ʔns1 'person; someoone, one, each' (Ricks, 13)
Tigre: ʔǝnās 'man' (LH, 371)
Harari: insi 'human' (LHar, 29) < Arb
Mehri: ʔans 'human being', ʔǝnsáy, ʔǝnsáyyǝt / ʔǝnsōy, ʔǝnsáytǝn 'human' (JM, 6) < Arb
Jibbali: ʔɛnsí / ʔɛnsɔ́ʔ 'human, not jinn' (JJ, 4) < Arb
Soqotri: ʔinsíyye 'humain' (LS, 68)
Number: 5
Proto-Semitic: *ʔiš-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'man'
Phoenician: Phn pl. ʔšm, cstr. ʔš 'man' (HJ, 116), Pun ʔš, pl. ʔšm 'man' (HJ, 115), Moab ʔš 'man' (HJ, 115)
Hebrew: ʔīš 'Mann' (KB deutsch, 41); ʔš 'm. man, f. woman' (HJ, 115)
Aramaic: DA, ʔš, Samal ʔš, OAram ʔš, OffAr ʔš, Palm ʔyš 'm. man, f. woman' (HJ, 115-116); Sam ʔyš 'man' (Tal, 25)
Epigraphic South Arabian: ʔys
Number: 6
Proto-Semitic: *bāb-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'father' 1, 'grandfather' 2
Syrian Aramaic: bābā 1 (Brock 57)
Modern Aramaic: bâbâ 1 (Maclean 24)
Mandaic Aramaic: baba 1 (DM 45)
Arabic: bābā 1 (BK 1, 78)
Harari: bāb (in address: bābā) 2 (LHar, 39)
Gurage: Eža bʷäbbo, bäbbo 'form of address to an elder brother' (LGur, 129)
Soqotri: bébe (bāba) 1 (LS, 80)
Number: 7
Proto-Semitic: *bawbaw-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'infant'
Akkadian: bābu (syn. list.) (CAD B, 27); (AHw, 95)
Arabic: baw- 'Petit de chameau' (BK 1, 174); babbat- 'Balbutiement d'un enfant; Jeune garc̣on gros et gras' (BK 1, 81)
Number: 8
Proto-Semitic: *baʕl-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'husband, master, owner'
Akkadian: bēlu 'master, ruler, owner' (CAD b1, 191); (AHw, 118)
Ugaritic: bʕl 'lord, owner' (DUL, 206)
Phoenician: bʕl 'citizen; husband; owner Tomb, Pun bʕl (HJ 182)
Hebrew: baʕal 'owner, husband; citizen, landowner; partner of a community' (HAL 142-3); bʕl 'rule over; take possession of a woman as bride or wife; marry'
Aramaic: Samal, OAram OffAr, Nab, Palm, Hatra *bʕl 'lord, chief, f. lady' (HJ 182-3); Sam bʕl 'lord, owner' (Tal, 109)
Biblical Aramaic: *bǝʕēl 'Besitzer, Herr' (KB deutsch, 1682)
Judaic Aramaic: bʕal 'enter into; take possession; have sexual relations with' (Ja 182), bʕl 'to have sexual intercourse' (Sokoloff, 109), baʕal- 'husband' (Ja 182); bǝʕēl, det. baʕlā 'husband' (Sokoloff, 108)
Syrian Aramaic: baʕlā 'dominus, maritus', bʕel 'in matrinonium duxit' (Brock 84)
Arabic: baʕl- 'Époux ou épouse, mari ou femme; Maître, propriétaire'; baʕala 'Se marier, devenir mari, époux' (BK 1, 144)
Epigraphic South Arabian: Sab bʕl 'owner; citizen; husband' (SD, 25), Qat bʕl '(divine) lord; owner' (Ricks, 31), Min bʕl 'propriété; seigneur' (LM, 19)
Geʕez (Ethiopian): baʕāl 'owner, head of family, husband; festival, feast, banquet'; bǝʕla 'be rich, wealthy; marry, take a wife' (LGz, 83-4)
Tigre: bäʕal 'master; festival' (LH, 292)
Tigrai (Tigriñña): bäʕal 'master; festival' (KT, 1177)
Amharic: bal 'husband, master; festival' (K, 861)
Argobba: bǝʔǝl 'husband' (LArg, 195); bal 'festival (LArg, 195)
Gafat: bal 'mari' (LGaf, 188)
Gurage: So. bal 'owner; holiday' (LGur, 138)
Mehri: bâl/báyli, bǝʕēli 'owner, possessor'; abɛ̄li 'God'; Hobyot baāli, abēli id. (JM 41)
Jibbali: baʕál 'to own, marry', báʕal/bʕéhl 'person owning, connected with, in charge', ʔɔ́ʕɔź 'God' (JJ, 22)
Harsusi: bāl, byāl, baʕl/bōl 'master, lord, possessor'; abāli 'my Lord, God' (JH, 14)
Soqotri: báʕal 'se marier'; baʕl 'propriétaire, mari' (LS, 90)
Number: 9
Proto-Semitic: *bin-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'son'
Akkadian: bīnu OAkk., OA, SB (CAD B, 242-3; AHw, 127)
Amorite: bi/unum (DUL, 224)
Ugaritic: bn (DUL, 224-5)
Canaanite: Moab bn (HJ, 170), Amm bn (HJ, 170), Edom (HJ, 170)
Phoenician: bn (T, 47), bn (HJ, 168), Pun bn (HJ, 168)
Hebrew: bēn (KB deutsch, 131), bn (HJ, 170), pB. bēn (Ja, 176)
Aramaic: Nab bn (HJ, 170), Sam bn (Tal, 103); Samal, OAram, OffAr bny pl. constr. of br (HJ, 188), Palm bnyn pl. abs. of br (HJ, 190); Hatra bny pl. cstr. of br (HJ, 191), Eg. bny pl. cstr. of *br (HJ, 1254)
Judaic Aramaic: bǝnīn, pl. of bar 'son, member' (Ja, 188; Sokoloff, 97), bnyn pl. abs. of br (HJ, 192)
Arabic: ʔibn-, pl. ban-ūna (BK 1, 168)
Epigraphic South Arabian: Qat bn (Ricks, 28-9), Min bn (LM, 21), Sab bn (SD, 29)
Geʕez (Ethiopian): bǝnta ʕayn 'pupil of the eye', lit. 'daughter of the eye' (LGz, 99)
Jibbali: mín 'sons, children', bóntǝ 'daughters, female children' (JJ, 27)
Harsusi: ḥe-būn (pl.) (JH, 18)
Soqotri: bint, bit 'fille' (LS, 89) < Arb
Number: 10
Proto-Semitic: *bar-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'son'
Phoenician: br (n.m.) (T, 54)
Hebrew: bar (KB deutsch, 146) (< Arm)
Aramaic: DA, Sam, OAram OffAr, Nab, Palm, Hatra br (HJ, 188-193); Sam bar (Tal, 103),
Biblical Aramaic: bar (KB deutsch, 1682-3)
Judaic Aramaic: bar (Ja, 188), bēr, bar (Sokoloff, 97), br (HJ, 191)
Modern Aramaic: bar (Maclean, 37)
Epigraphic South Arabian: Sab brw (SD, 32); Min brw (LM, 24)
Amharic: cf. yäʔayn brät 'pupil (eye)' (K, 884), possibly originally 'the daughter of eye'
East Ethiopic: Zwy yīn brät 'pupil of the eye' (LGur 156), possibly originally 'the daughter of eye'
Gurage: Muh. yen brät 'pupil of the eye' (LGur 156), possibly originally 'the daughter of eye'
Mehri: bǝr (JM, 54)
Jibbali: bɛr (JJ, 28)
Harsusi: ber (JH, 19)
Soqotri: bar (LS, 95)
Number: 11
Proto-Semitic: *ḥa-bVr-
Meaning: 'doctor, scholar'
Arabic: ḥabr-
Number: 12
Proto-Semitic: *bVšVy-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'be, exist, be available'
Akkadian: bašû from OAkk. on (CAD B, 144; Ahw, 112)
Phoenician: bšy
Number: 13
Number: 14
Proto-Semitic: *wa-bām-
Meaning: 'father-in-law'
Hebrew: yābām
Number: 15
Proto-Semitic: *biy-biy-
Meaning: 'mother'
Arabic: biy-biy-
Number: 16
Proto-Semitic: *sVrw(-ay)- ~ (?) *sVran-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: '(military) chief, prince'
Ugaritic: Cf. srn 'prince' (DUL, 770)
Hebrew: Cf. sǝrānīm 'Stadtfürsten' (pl.) (KB deutsch, 727)
Arabic: sarīr- 'dignité royale, royauté' BK I 1076, sarw- 'chef, prince', srw 'ê. genéreux et d'un caractère mâle' BK I 1085
Epigraphic South Arabian: Sab s1rwyt 'campaigning force' (considered a Gz loanword by Müller) (SD, 128)
Geʕez (Ethiopian): sarwe 'army, troops; military leader; virile, robust' (LGz 515)
Tigre: sǝrot, pl. särwat 'relation, tribe, kind' (LH, 178)
Tigrai (Tigriñña): särawit 'army' (KT, 678)
Amharic: särwe 'leader' (LGz 515, K 491) (< Gz?)
East Ethiopic: Zwy. ṭor särawit 'army' (LGur, 563)
Gurage: End ṭōr särawit, So sǝrayǝt 'army' (LGur, 563)
Notes: Highly problematic. Ugr and Hbr are considered non-Sem loanwords. Arb is otherwise related to Akk šarru 'king' < Sem *šarr- < Afras *sarr-.
Number: 17
Proto-Semitic: *ṣih(V)r-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'son-in-law' 1, 'brother-in-law' 2
Arabic: ṣihr- 2 (BK 1, 1380)
Soqotri: ṣéher 1 (LS, 347) (Arabism?)
Number: 18
Proto-Semitic: *ṣ̂ayp-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'guest'
Arabic: ḍayf- 'Hôte, visiteur, convive' (BK 2, 48)
Epigraphic South Arabian: Qat ḍyf (s1t-prfx.) 'to ask to make a trading journey' (Ricks, 139)
Mehri: źayf / źīfon 'guest, wedding guest' (JM, 479)
Jibbali: eź_éf 'to give hospitality' (JJ, 327)
Harsusi: źayf 'guest' (JH, 152)
Soqotri: ḍef 'recevoir qq'un comme hôte' (LS, 361)
Notes: May be an Arabism in MSA. Cf. a denominative verb *ṣ̂VyVp- in Arab ḍyf [-i-], 'be a guest', Jib eḍef 'give hospitality'
Number: 19
Proto-Semitic: *ṣ̂arr- 1, *ṣ̂rr- 2, 3
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'enemy' 1, 'be hostile' 2, 'inflict harm' 3
Akkadian: ṣerru 1 (CAD ṣ, 137) 'Feindschaft; Feind' (AHw., 1093)
Ugaritic: ṣr-t 1 (DUL, 792)
Phoenician: ṣrt 'fellow wife' (T 281)
Hebrew: ṣar 1 (KB deutsch, 984-5), ṣwr 2 (KB deutsch, 952)
Aramaic: Samal *ṣr, DA Pl. abs. ḳrn 1 (HJ, 974)
Biblical Aramaic: Bib. *ʕar 'Widersacher' (KB deutsch, 1762)
Judaic Aramaic: JPA ʕrr 'to make an objection, protest, to make a claim against someone' (Sokoloff 421), ʕrʕr'to contest' (Sokoloff 420)
Arabic: ḍrr [-u-] 2 (BK 2, 14)
Modern Arabic: ḍar 1
Epigraphic South Arabian: Sab. ḍr 1; ḍrrw 2 (SD, 42); Qat. ḍr 'war' (Ricks, 140), Min. ḍr 'guerre' (LM, 31)
Geʕez (Ethiopian): ḍar 1, ḍrr 2 (LGz., 152)
Tigre: ṣarärä 'to be refractory, to anger' (LH 636)
Tigrai (Tigriñña): ṣär 1 (KT 2561); täṣarärä 'to antagonize s.o., to counter, counteract' (KT 2564)
Amharic: ṣär 'enemy' (K 2251) (< Geez ?); ṣärärä 'to hate, make an enemy of' (K 2252) {< Gez}; täṭarrärä 'to quarrel, be enemies, be hostile to' (K 2114)
Mehri: źǝr 'to harm' (JM, 477)
Jibbali: ź_err 'to harm' (JJ, 326)
Harsusi: źer/yeźráwr 'to harm' (JH, 152)
Soqotri: ḍér(r) 'battre' (LS, 364)
Number: 20
Proto-Semitic: *dawid-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'father's brother, uncle; foster-father; honourable title; beloved'
Akkadian: dādu OAkk 'love-making; darling, favourite' (CAD d, 20)
Ugaritic: dd 'amado, amor' (DLU 129)
Hebrew: dōd 'beloved, lover; father's brother' (HAL, 215); pB. dōd 'friend, lover, beloved; uncle, father's brother' (Ja., 283)
Aramaic: Off, Nab, Plm, Hatra dd 'paternal uncle' (HJ, 241)
Judaic Aramaic: dōdā 'friend, lover, beloved; uncle, father's brother' (Ja., 283)
Syrian Aramaic: dād- 'patruus; amatus' (Brock, 144)
Mandaic Aramaic: dada 'father's brother' (DM, 98)
Arabic: dād- 'foster father' HAL (not in BK)
Epigraphic South Arabian: Qat dd 'paternal uncle' (Ricks, 40)
Geʕez (Ethiopian): dud 'uncle' (LGz., 123)
Harari: däd 'love, affection, friendship' (LHar. 53) (according to Leslau, from Semitic root wdd 'love')
East Ethiopic: Sel däd 'friendship, love' (LGur., 198)
Gurage: Msq däd 'friendship, love' (LGur., 198); Cha dode, Eža Cha Muh dada, Enn Gye dāda, End. dēdē, Msq. dodo. Gog. däde honorific title; *dade form of address to an elder relative (LGur., 198)
Mehri: ḥǝ-dīd 'paternal uncle, father's brother or cousin' (JM, 75)
Jibbali: did ''father's brother; wife's father; father-in-law; step-father; father's uncle' (JJ, 42)
Harsusi: ḥe-dēd/ḥe-dōd '(paternal) uncle' (JH, 26)
Soqotri: dédo 'oncle paternel; beau-père' (LS, 123)
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