Words

By regular expression
to reach the middle
CSOL I 493
turban
LS 314; CSOL I 493; Wehr 641; Behnstedt 865
1. to do, to make; 2. to say
LS 315; CSOL I 493; CSOL II 410; Naumkin et al. 2015a:60

ˁö́mor édbehor ‘to take honey out of a hole in a tree (lit. to do bees)’:

ṭáhɛrk ˁámok édbehor wa-ˁéyyek ḷehɛ́ éˀed di-néḳheľ ‘Once I went to collect wild honey and I wanted to put my hand into the beehive’ (CSOL I 2:51).

ˁö́mor ŝáˀbi ḥóyhe di-gɛ́meʰ ‘to start walking (lit. to put one’s feet upon the ground downwards)’:

báˁad ḥaʰ ˁámok ŝáˀbi ḥóyhe di-gɛ́meʰ wa-kánaḥk ˁógiľ ḥe ˁag wa-ˁážeʰ wa-díˀʸhen ˁougénoʰ ‘Then I put my feet to the ground and began walking down. And there again I met a man, his wife and their daughter’ (CSOL II 12:9).

ˁö́mor šámmaʰ ‘to take snuff (šámmaʰ) (lit. to do šámmaʰ)’:

érbodk díˀʸho ˁouyɛ́ghɛn tóˀo yenáḥag wa-yóˁod ke-ˀembóryeʰ iľyáˁ di-yeḫázzanu wáľľa yeˁómer šámmaʰ ‘I chastized my son for running with a bad crowd and horsing around with them, those who chew qat or take snuff’ (CSOL II 6:20).


maybe
CSOL I 494; Naumkin et al. 2013b:530
ˁan     عَنْ
from
LS 315; CSOL I 494; CSOL II 412; Naumkin et al. 2015a:61

ya ˁan ‘what a …!’: 

tóˀo ḳeˁö́we ḷe-ṣandúḳ íḳdɛm ṭad men ˁeyyúg be-ḳáneʰ ˁímɛr ya ˁan ḳáṣṣaʰ ‘And when the chest was opened, the people saw one of the men inside. Everybody said: “What a trick!”’ (CSOL I 26:91).

ˁan tóˀo ‘when, after, later’: 

ˁö́mor ˁan tóˀo gédaḥk di-maˁábaẓ̂ ˁö́mor tóˀo gédaḥk di-maˁábaẓ̂ wagáb ḥe ṣaľát aľ-ˁásar ‘He said: “When I came to Maʿabaz, it was time for the afternoon prayer”’ (CSOL II 23:28).

ˁan náˁaʰ ‘from now on’: 

ya aḷḷáʰ ya aḷḷáʰ ľázem ṭaʰ ˁan náˁaʰ ho ekténaḥ fóḳri dɛ́hɛr bíŝi še mɛľ éken fóḳri ‘Oh my God! Oh my God! Must it be like this? Shall I become a poor man again, with no money at all?’ (CSOL I 25:47).

ho aḷ-ˁan ḥaʰ ‘I am not on that level’:

ho ˁímɛr énhi zóˁom be-ˁamḳ di-ˁeyyúg mesˀuľín wa-ho aḷ-mesˀúľ wa-ˀaḷ-ˁan-ḥaʰ wa-ˀézˁomk méʸhen be-ˁamḳ wa-ˀeḳˁírork ‘I was told: “Sit with the officials,” but I’m no official, not part of that. I sat with them, all the same, but I felt very uncomfortable’ (CSOL II 5:6).


skin vessel
LS 316; CSOL I 495; CSOL II 413
lower neck
LS 325; CSOL I 496; CSOL II 414
voice
LS 327; CSOL I 498; CSOL II 415; Naumkin et al. 2015a:61
ˁeŝ     عٞاڛ
to stand up
LS 331; CSOL I 501; CSOL II 418; Naumkin et al. 2015a:62
time
LS 321; CSOL I 500; CSOL II 417; Naumkin et al. 2015a:62; Naumkin–Kogan 2021 :527