By Douglas Q. Adams
The second one variation of A Dictionary of Tocharian B comprises considerably all Tocharian B phrases present in on a regular basis released texts, in addition to all these of the London and Paris collections released digitally (digital book of the Paris assortment continues to be incomplete), and a considerable variety of the Berlin assortment released digitally. The variety of entries is greater than twenty according to cent more than within the first version. the final process is decidedly philological. All phrases other than right names are supplied with instance contexts. every one notice is given in all its numerous attested morphological kinds, in its version spellings, and mentioned semantically, syntactically (where appropriate), and etymologically. New to the second one variation is the project, the place attainable, of the examples of the word’s use to their precise chronological interval (Archaic, Early, Classical, Late/Colloquial). This relationship presents the start of the research of the Tocharian B vocabulary on a old foundation. integrated also are a opposite English-Tocharian B index and, one other innovation to this variation, a basic index verborum of Indo-European cognates.
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Vein’ (plural ‘kidneys’), OHG Ɨd(a)ra ‘vein, sinew’ (plural ‘guts’) (P:344)], since we would expect PTch **Ɨträñce. Araemi, ŹAranemi. ) ‘hermitage’ [-, -, arayƗyataূ//-, arayƗyatanaূts, -] (561a2C). ŶFrom the B(H)S word ara۬yƗyatana-. ]) ‘Araemi’ (PN of a king) [Aranemi, Aranemiñ, Aranemiূ//] (81a2C). ]) ‘arhat, the ideal personage of Hinayana Buddhism’ [arahƗnte, -, arahƗnteূ//arahƗnti, -, -] arahaۨnte ñi[Ğ neseu] arahaۨnteñe perneĞ wat speltkessu ‘I am an arhat or am zealous for/aspiring to the rank of an arhat’ 24 arƗññe (333b2/3E/C); —arahanteññe ‘prtng to an arhat’ (369a6C).
Latin rƝnƝs might reflect an unreduplicated *h2r-én- (see de Vaan, 2008:519). Not with VW (167) who takes the underlying noun to be a reflex of PIE *haer‘fit together, fix’ (P:55-61) in its secondary meaning of ‘be fond of, love’ (cf. ) ‘vein’ (plural ‘kidneys’), OHG Ɨd(a)ra ‘vein, sinew’ (plural ‘guts’) (P:344)], since we would expect PTch **Ɨträñce. Araemi, ŹAranemi. ) ‘hermitage’ [-, -, arayƗyataূ//-, arayƗyatanaূts, -] (561a2C). ŶFrom the B(H)S word ara۬yƗyatana-. ]) ‘Araemi’ (PN of a king) [Aranemi, Aranemiñ, Aranemiূ//] (81a2C).
AlepƗূৢৢeূ] alepƗۨ܈܈eۨ añcƗۨ܈܈eۨ rai[t]we[nta] rittau mäsketär ‘he has arranged the salve means and the unguent means’ (A-1/PK-AS-6Ba6/7C). ) ‘foreign, unrelated; strange’ [m: aletstse, aleccepi, alecce//alecci, -, alecceূ] [f: -, -, aletstsai//] ܈äññeۨ alecceۨ ‘relatives and non-relatives’ (123b6E), [a]laits[ai] = B(H)S ajñƗtya- [the restoration is very uncertain] (315a3E/C), [:] Ğaul ka oräñ-c tƗ kektseño pw alecci cai tƗkañ-co 3 ‘once thy life renounces this body all these will be foreign to thee’ (46a8=47b7C), kuse ܈amƗne aletstsai aĞƯyantse yƗkwa lƗۨssi ai܈܈äۨ ‘whatever monk gives wool to an unrelated nun to work’ (PK-NS-18A-a1C [Thomas, 1978:238]); —alletsñe ‘± unrelatedness, foreignness, strangeness’ (327a4L) [ƔOne should note the geminate -ll- as occasionally with aletstse itself, on the model of allek ‘other’].
A Dictionary of Tocharian B by Douglas Q. Adams