Two nostratic etymologies

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  • Alemko Gluhak

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https://doi.org/10.4312/linguistica.24.1.449-453

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Two nostratic etymologies

Abstract

1. *qamA "dry, warm" In my earlier paper I reconstructed the Nostratic word *qamA "dry, warm"; this etymological nest can be enlarged with some new examples: AA: Sem. *hmm "to be warm": Hebr. hām "warm", Ugar. hm, Syr. hammīmā, Akkad. emmu, Arab. hāmm; Eg. bmm "to be warm, to be hot" , Kopt. (Saĭd.) hmom "to become warm”;



 

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Published

01.12.1984

How to Cite

Gluhak, A. (1984). Two nostratic etymologies. Linguistica, 24(1), 449–453. https://doi.org/10.4312/linguistica.24.1.449-453

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