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tūt (1) تُوت
ID ... • Sw – • BP ... • APD ... • Aut SG
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mulberry tree; mulberry – WehrCowan1979.
▪ For Fraenkel, the word is clearly of Aram origin (as direct source, at least); Klein says this is “probably” so.
▪ Rolland2014a: »Pour Rajki, le mot, qui a des cognats en Akk, en Hbr et en Aram, serait d’origine Sem, mais l’existence du Skr tuda permet d’en douter. Quant au Pers tūt ou tūṯ , il est de même difficile de savoir s’il est d’origine Skr ou Sem.«
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▪ Akk tuttu (CAD), pBiblHbr tūṯ (Klein1987), Aram Syr tūṯā (Klein1987, Brockelmann1895) ‘mulberry’
▪ Fraenkel1886: The variation tūt ~ tūṯ is a clear indication of an Aram origin. Nişanyan, too, thinks the source is Aram Syr tūṯā .
▪ CAD: Akk tuttu ‘mulberry tree’ is a foreign word (Nişanyan: from Aram).
▪ Klein1987: pBiblHbr tūṯ ‘mulberry’, probably from Aram tūṯā , whence also Ar tūt
▪ Tu dut : 1680 Meninski, Thesaurus : tūt ... ak ve tatlü tūt, kara tūt... , tūtı wahşī – Nişanyan_24Aug2013. – The word is also part of the composite n. ahududu ‘raspberry’: 1892 Tıngır & Sinapian, Iṣṭılaḥāt Luġāti : [Fr] framboise = [Tu] ahu tutu, böğürtlen, ağaç çileği Nişanyan_24Jun2015.1
1. The first part, ahu ‘gazelle’ is from Pers āhū , from oPers āhūk ‘id.’ = Sogd āsūk ‘id.’ = Av āsu ‘quick, fast’. First attested 1330 in ʕĀşıḳ Paşa, Ġarīb-nāme : dürr ṣādefde didiler āhūda nāf / gönül erenlerdedir cahilde lāf – Nişanyan_11Aug2015.
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