ضَفُارِي
ẓ̂afóri
basic morphological information

n. (m.)

a wall built of two rows of stones
стена из двух рядов камней
سور مبنيّ من صفَّين
LS 356; CSOL II 633
text examples

wa-ˀíno šin ḳáˁyehɛr men ˁáľɛ báˁa wa-ḥéghɛḷ wa-di-ˁíẓ̂ab benö́we men ẓ̂afóri benɛ́ deʰ ľóuľi ‘And we also have houses higher up, in the places called Báˁa and Ḥə́ghɛḷ and Di-ˁíẓ̂ab. And they were built with two rows of stones for each wall, an old-fashioned style of building’ (CSOL II 27:23)

root
derivates
etymology

From PWS *ṣ̂pr ‘to plait’.

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