أٞأٞد
éˀed, ed (du. ídi, pl. edhéten)
basic morphological information

n. (f.)

hand, arm
рука
يد
LS 52; CSOL I 465; CSOL II 378
text examples

a. ḷɛ́hɛmk semít be-ˀídi ḳarére eṣboḥótoʰ ménhi ˀídi eḷˀɛymimɛ́toʰ ‘I touched cement with my hands. On the next day, (the skin of) my hands was shrivelled’ (CSOL II 11:8)

b. gišɛ́ḷoʰ ménhi éˀed ‘My arm was broken’ (CSOL II 11:6)

other notes

ídi šek di-ˀáḷḷaʰ ‘may the hands of God be with you’ (wish of good fortune)

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derivates
etymology

From PS *yad- ‘hand’.

continental MSA