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ʔarḍ أَرْض , pl. أراضٍ ʔarāḍin (def. al‑ʔarāḍī ), ʔaraḍūn
ID 018 • Sw 79/36 • BP 116 • APD ... • Aut SG
ʔRḌ
n.
land, country, region; area; terrain, ground, soil; lot, parcel of land, estate, real estate; al-ʔarḍ earth (as opposed to heaven or as a planet); globe, world – WehrCowan1979.
From Sem *ʔarṣ̂‑ ‘earth’, from AfrAs *ʔariĉ̣‑ ‘earth’ (OrelStolbova1994).
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▪ Bergsträsser1928: Akk erṣetu , Hbr ʔéreṣ , Aram ʔarʕā , SAr ʔrḍ ‘land, earth’
DRS 1 (1994)#ʔRD̮-1: Akk erṣet‑ , Ug ʔarṣ , Phn Pun Moab ʔrṣ , Hbr ʔereṣ , EmpAram ʔrq , Nab Palm ʔrʕ , BiblAram ʔᵃraʕ , JP Syr ʔarʕā , Mand arqa ‘terre (sol)’, arda ‘terre (champ)’; Akk irṣit‑ ‘terre, enfer, tombe’, EmpAram ʔrṣʔ ‘sarcophage’.
▪ OrelStolbova1994#54: for Sem see DRS above, and SAr ʔrḍ , Jib ʔɛrḍ . – Outside Sem: WCh riṣ̂a , hīṣ̂e , rəṣ̂u , riṣ̂i ‘earth’ in some WCh languages, and iraaḍya ʻvalley’ in Bid (ECh).
▪ DRS 1 (1994)#ʔRD̮-1: From Sem *ʔard̮ ‘earth (as opposed to ‘sky’); country’.
▪ OrelStolbova1994#54: The authors reconstruct Sem *ʔarṣ̂‑ ‘earth’, WCh *HVriĉ̣‑ , and ECh *ʔiraĉ̣‑ , all from a hypothetical AfrAs *ʔariĉ̣‑ ‘earth’.
al-ʔarḍ al-suflà, n., the nether world.
al-ʔarḍ al-muqaddasaẗ, n.f., the Holy Land, Palestine.
al-ʔarāḍī al-munḫafiḍaẗ, n.prop.pl., The Netherlands.
taḥt al-ʔarḍ, adv., underground.

ʔarraḍa, vb. II, to ground, (Brit.) earth (antenna): caus., denom.

BP#1955ʔarḍī, adj., terrestrial, of the earth; soil-, land- (in compounds); situated on or near the ground, on the ground flor; ground (adj.); earthly; undergrund, subterranean: nsb-adj.
BP#4488ʔarḍiyyaẗ, pl. ‑āt , n., floor, ground (also, e.g., of a printed fabric); background (of a painting and fig.); flooring, floor covering; ground floor, first floor (tun. ); storage, warehouse charges; groundwork, foundation, fasis earth: .

For ʔarḍī šawkī ‘artichoke’ and ʔaraḍ ‘termite; woodworm’, see the respective entries.

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