رُاحُو
róḥo (du. róḥoy, pl. ráḥyin or ráḥyon or ráḥyan)
basic morphological information

n. (m.)

a gecko (Haemodracon riebeckii)
разновидность геккона
وزغة
Wranik 2003:508; Morris 2003:319; CSOL I 634; Naumkin et al. 2022:269
text examples

a. tóˀo éraḥk ḥanḳ kések róḥo wa-ḳö́ṣafk meʸh dónib be-ṣáreʰ wa-ˀaḷ-ṣáme wa-ḥérog ker gódiˁ ˁaf yebáraḥ be-ḥóʸhi ‘When I reached the top (of a palm tree), I found a gecko. I cut off its tail with a knife, but it did not die: it slid down by the trunk and hit the ground’ (CSOL I 28:42)

b. égaḥk témreʰ ˁéḷeʰ wa-ho éˀṣeṣ ráḥyon wa-menáḷ ˁak aˀágaḥ éľľe wa-šéṭofk díˀʸho be-ˀéˀed bíľeʰ di-raˁáẓ̂eʰ deš yɔm betk ber deʰ di-ráˁaẓ̂ róḥo ‘I was climbing a tall palm tree–and I was afraid of geckos. While I was climbing, suddenly I felt with my hand something soft. I realized immediately that this soft thing was a gecko’ (Naumkin et al. 2022:268–269)

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etymology

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