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ʔāḫiraẗ آخِرَة
ID 011 • Sw – • BP 2992 • APD ... • Aut SG
ʔḪR
n.
... – WehrCowan1979.
Article “āḫira” (A. S. Tritton) in EI² .
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Rajki2002: [ʔaḫḫara put off, delay] Sem *ʔḪR , Mal iehor ‘other’, l-aḥar ‘last’, Akk ‎aḫaru ‘be behind’, Hbr aḫer ‘behind; other’, aḫaron ‘last’, Syr aḫrena ‘other’, aḫraya ‘last’, JNA ʔḫr ‘be late’, ḫena ‘other’, ḫaraya ‘last’, BAram ʔḪRY ‘another’, Ug ʔḪR ‘restrain, ‎delay’, Phn ʔḤR , ʔḪR ‘behind’
▪ Pennacchio2011, 4: »Words such as al-ʔāḫiraẗ ‘last (life)’ [...] should be revised. Indeed, one of the meanings of the former is ‘the end of days’ like in Judaism«, cf. BDB , p. 31: »bᵊ-ʔaḥᵃrît hay-yāmîm ‘in the end of the days,’ a prophetic phrase denoting the final period of the history so far as the speaker’s perspective reaches; the sense thus varies with the context, but it often = the ideal or Messianic future«.
Rajki2002: Ful alahira , Hau lahira , Ind akhirat , Pers ʔāḫerat , Swa ahera .
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