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Number: 2641
Proto-Semitic: *ʔadam-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'man; humankind'
Akkadian: adamu 'eine Person' (AHw. 10), 'an important, noble person' син. список (CAD АI 95); ʔadnātu NB
Ugaritic: adm
Phoenician: ʔdm 'man'
Hebrew: ʔādām
Judaic Aramaic: ʔādām (<Hbr?)
Syrian Aramaic: ʔādāmmāy 'human' (<Hbr)
Mandaic Aramaic: adam 'Adam' (<Hbr)
Arabic: ʔādām- 'Adam' (<Hbr); cf. ʔadīm- 'origin; provenance' (otherwise < 'blood')
Modern Arabic: Hdr ʔawādim 'men, humankind'; Dat_ ʔawādim 'man'
Epigraphic South Arabian: Sab ʔdm, ʔdwm-t, ʔdym 'vassals, servants, adepts'; Min ʔdm id.
Geʕez (Ethiopian): ʔaddam 'Adam' (loanword); cf. dom 'slave'
Tigre: ʔaddam 'people, men', ʔaddamatat 'crowds of people'; ʔaddemay 'little man'
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