Words

By regular expression
ʸhed     يهٞاد
to shut in
LS 141; CSOL I 693; CSOL II 626; Naumkin et al. 2016a:53

to shut somebody (ḷe- or direct object) in:

ṭéher megɔ́še ˁaf yekés ḷe-ˁag tóˀo ʸhed ˁéʸhi ḷe-múɣreb di-ḥor ‘The boys went to the young man’s house and hid while he was putting the two goats in their pen in the evening.’ (CSOL I 6:41)

to shut in (the goat kids, unexpressed) in order to prevent their mothers (e-) to join them:

wa-ṭánˀe šégɛ íľʸheʰ érhon dɛ́hɛr ˁaf yeḥíḷoḷ ˁeʸh díˀʸheʰ ŝɛ́hɛr wa-ˀérhon ébeš wa-ˀáˁyeg wa-ʸhed hésen ‘For an entire year, he did this with his she-goats until they became pregnant again and gave birth. Then he penned up the kids.’ (CSOL I 6:30)


to sow, to plant
LS 145; CSOL II 628; Naumkin et al. 2016a:47
to irrigate
LS 142; CSOL I 695; CSOL II 629; Naumkin et al. 2016a:47; Naumkin–Kogan 2021 :529
to jump
CSOL II 627; Naumkin et al. 2013a:73
to put a calf in an enclosure
CSOL II 627; Naumkin et al. 2016a:47
1. sun; 2. day
CSOL I 660; CSOL I 694; CSOL II 627; LS 210, 418; Naumkin et al. 2015a:92
to shake milk for butter
LS 181; CSOL I 694; CSOL II 628
they (pl. m.)
LS 144; CSOL I 694; CSOL II 628
to feel sleepy
LS 145; Naumkin et al. 2022:273
to steal
LS 146; CSOL I 695; CSOL II 628; Naumkin et al. 2015a:92; Naumkin–Kogan 2021 :533