عٞابُر
ˁö́bor (yeˁóber/ľaˁbɛ́r)
basic morphological information

v. (Ia)

to comfort a dead’s relatives
утешать родственников усопшего
عزّى
LS 294; CSOL II 400
text examples

a. šin be-saḳɔ́ṭri keʰ íno di-ṣáme yeˁúbor ľheʰ ɛ́ˀɛfo iľ-ˀéṣme ‘In our land, on Soqotra, if somebody dies, people try to console the survivors’ (CSOL II 5:1)

morphological notes

pass. ˁíbɛr (yeˁúbor/ľiˁbór)

root
etymology

With Leslau (LS 294), probably to be compared to Arb. ˁbr ‘to shed tears; to grieve, to mourn, to be sorrowful, unhappy’. Cf. also Mhr. ˀābərēt ‘desire to weep, lump in the throat’, Jib. ˁabrέt ‘a lump in throat, desire to weep’.