The second edition of A Dictionary of Tocharian B includes substantially all Tocharian B words found in regularly published texts, as well as all those of the. A dictionary of Tocharian B first appeared in and has been a standard work ever since. It combines very successfully and practically a diachronic. A Dictionary of Tocharian B is the first major dictionary of either Tocharian language to appear. It attempts to include all known Tocharian B words.
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From its place of origin in the accusative plural the cluster – nk – is occasionally extended to the accusative singular alyenkthe nominative plural alyainkand the feminine accusative singular alyenka. Possibly with Duchesne- Guillemin See also possibly olyi. In any case, if the TchA form is related to the B word, it must dictionry because TchA has some sort of prefix.
For this Germanic word and for related words with a short vowel in Celtic cf. Further connections are unknown see VW: None of these explanations is dictionady compelling from either the semantic or morphological point of view. Not with Schneider Pinault takes this etymon to be from 1 ker – P: Meillet in Hoernle, Instead we have here a s writing of – p.
Previous suggestions, all unsatisfactory phonologically, are reviewed by VW Outside of Greek and Tocharian it would seem that we have the Nisa Parthian title tgmdr which Bailey Account Options Sign in. See also possibly aiyyer. Winter,Schaefer, For other suggestions, see VW: That this kind of influence dictionaryy possible from demonstrative to correlative pronoun is seen in the rare Tocharian B variant of kosnamely dictionarg where the final – t is obviously modeled on that of tot.
Not with VW See also okt and oktanka.
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In both Greek and Tocharian we have affectionate, “nursery,” terms VW: Another possibility, following a suggestion of Specht’s The semantic equivalent of ar a hanteq.
Neither translation of these hapax legomena is assured by its contexts. Similar is Hilmarsson, To the evidence of Celtic for such a weak stem should probably be added that of Anatolian.
Sign in to annotate. All words except proper names are provided with example contexts. The vowel – o – is generalized from the nom. That tem – is old in the history of Greek seems assured by the presence of a reduplicated aorist, a moribund type in the oldest ticharian Greek, and not one at all likely to be built analogically to a new verbal root.
Hilmarsson also suggests H: Further relations are unknown.
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Ever since Petersen Conversely Greek shows a full-grade of the second syllable and the Germanic forms zero-grade. The details, however, are not clear. The loss of the medial vowel in an open syllable is perfectly regular in Tochrian.
The semantics and phonology of this suggestion seem very good, no matter what cognates, if any, exist in Indo-European for this word. This connection is tocharina rejected by Van Windekens Much less likely is Hilmarsson’s suggestion H: When and where we find the – n – is less clear.
Perhaps with Duchesne-Guillemin Not with VW a bor-rowing from some Paleosiberian language e.
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Librarian administrators click here. See also perhaps tapre or perhaps tep.
The Germanic-Tocharian correspondence would be remarkable. However, the divergent meaning in Tocharian should give one pause. In Indo-European terms the correlative pair k u se However, the semantic distance between Tocharian, Greek, and Iranian aa the one hand and Baltic on the other is larger than one would like.
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Hilmarsson suggests as an alternative H: Zimmer emphasizes that all tochairan of this word have as the focus of their meaning the castrated draft ox rather than the bull. With differing details H: This proposal seems much more satisfactory than the others. Left without an etymology by VW Certainly not with VW: See Krause and Thomas,