Words

By regular expression
to be worried
CSOL II 408
to mark
LS 311; CSOL I 491
1. to err; 2. to wrong, to abuse
LS 309; CSOL I 491; CSOL II 408
tooth
LS 309; CSOL I 490; CSOL II 408
to castrate
LS 309; CSOL I 490
fodder
LS 311; CSOL I 490
crown, growing point of a tree
CSOL I 492; Naumkin et al. 2015b:44
ˁamb     عَمْب
lung
LS 312; CSOL II 409
ambergris
LS 312; CSOL I 491; Wranik 2003:486
middle
LS 315; CSOL I 492; CSOL II 410; Naumkin et al. 2013b:545; Naumkin et al. 2015a:60

ˁamḳ di- ‘in the middle of (spatial)’:

éʸhork mésen ouzhéten ˁaf ˁamḳ di-ḥaḷf ˁógiľ ḥe ˁag di-yetɛbíľin ʸhéˀerho érhon ‘I was going after some of my goats. Midway along, I met a man who was also gathering up his goats’ (CSOL II 12:16).

ˁamḳ di- ‘in the middle of (temporal)’:

kɔn šin níbit di-tímhɛr wa-nebóten ˁaf ˁamḳ di-šɔm ľísoʰ mɛ́sɛ ‘It was the season of palm pollination in our land. We were pollinating (our trees), but in the middle of the day it rained’ (CSOL II 30:38)

wa-déroʰ ˁággi ˁaf ˁamḳ di-waḳt ṣáme ŝíbɛb ‘The father and the son lived together, and after a while the old man died’ (CSOL II 4:4).

be-ˁamḳ di- ‘in the middle of (spatial)’:

ˁamérho ḳarére tebánšar ˁin siyáraʰ be-ˁamḳ di-ˀórem wa-ˀal-ˀáraḥ tan maṭár ‘Our car may get a puncture tomorrow in the middle of the way and will not bring us to the airport’ (Naumkin et al. 2013b:545).

be-ˁamḳ di- ‘in the middle of (temporal)’:

tɛbíľoʰ ˁážeʰ díˀseʰ bíššoḷ be-ˁamḳ di-ḥteʰ be-téked ‘The woman gathered her things in the middle of the night, in a hurry’ (CSOL II 25:3).