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ʔarnab أرْنب , pl. ʔarānibᵘ
ID ... • Sw – • BP – • APD ... • Aut SG
ʔRNB
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hare; rabbit – WehrCowan1979.
It seems safe to assume (with DRS ) a Sem *ʔarnab‑ . Lipiński1997 thinks the word can be segmented into root plus ‎AfrAs “postpositive determinant” *‑b “for wild and dangerous animals”.
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DRS 1 (1994): Akk arnab‑ , annab‑ , Hbr ʔarnebet , EmpAram ʔrnb , JP ʔarᵊnbā , ʔarnabtā , Syr ʔarnᵊbā , Ar ʔarnab , Har harbañño , ?Ug ʔanhb ; ?Ar ʔarnabaẗ ‘extrémité du nez, naseaux’
▪ DRS 1 (1994): Sem *ʔarnab‑ ‘lièvre’
▪ Lipiński1997#30.10 thinks the word can be segmented into root plus ‎AfrAs “postpositive determinant” *‑b “for wild and dangerous animals”, cf. also dubb ‘bear’, ḏiʔb‑ ‘wolf’, ḏubāb‑ ‘flies’, kalb ‘dog’, ʕankabūt‑ ‘spider’, ʕaqrab‑ ‘scorpion’, ġurāb‑ ‘crow, raven’, ṯaʕlab‑ ‘fox’.
▪ DRS 1 (1994) hesitates to derive ʔarnabaẗ in the sense of ‘tip of the nose’ from ‘hare’.
ʔarnab hindī, n., guinea pig.
ʔarnabaẗ, n.f., female hare, doe: f.; ʔ.aẗ al-ʔanf tip of the nose; nose, muzzle (of an animal).
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