Lexeme – Details – asinus

Lexeme

Transcription
asinus
Script
IPA
Meaning
ass, donkey; wooden support piece for a roof
Meaning Note
Grammatical Data
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Note
Further etymology: with Gr. ὄνος, "loanwords from some Asiatic source, ultimately probably the same word as Sumerian anšu 'donkey'."(CDB)., "Possibly, Hieroglyphic Luwian tarkasna- 'ass' and Sumerian anšu 'ass' contain the basis to which the Gr. and Latin words go back" (MDV)., Both this word and Gr. ὄνος are "loanwords from some Asiatic source, ultimately probably the same word as Sumerian anšu 'donkey'."(CDB). "Possibly, Hieroglyphic Luwian tarkasna- 'ass' and Sumerian anšu 'ass' contain the basis to which the Gr. and Latin words go back" (MDV)., Both Lat. asinus and Gr. ὄνος are "loanwords from some Asiatic source, ultimately probably the same word as Sumerian anšu 'donkey'."(CDB). "Possibly, Hieroglyphic Luwian tarkasna- 'ass' and Sumerian anšu 'ass' contain the basis to which the Gr. and Latin words go back" (MDV)., Both Lat. asinus and Gr. ὄνος are "loanwords from some Asiatic source, ultimately probably the same word as Sumerian anšu 'donkey'."(CDB). "Possibly, Hieroglyphic Luwian tarkasna- 'ass' and Sumerian anšu 'ass' contain the basis to which the Gr. and Latin words go back" (MDV)., Both Lat. asinus and Gr. ὄνος are "loanwords from some Asiatic source, ultimately probably the same word as Sumerian anšu 'donkey'."(CDB). "Possibly, Hieroglyphic Luwian tarkasna- 'ass' and Sumerian anšu 'ass' contain the basis to which the Gr. and Latin words go back" (MDV)., Both Lat. asinus and Gr. ὄνος are "loanwords from some Asiatic source, ultimately probably the same word as Sumerian anšu 'donkey'."(CDB). "Possibly, Hieroglyphic Luwian tarkasna- 'ass' and Sumerian anšu 'ass' contain the basis to which the Gr. and Latin words go back" (MDV)., Both Lat. asinus and Gr. ὄνος are "loanwords from some Asiatic source, ultimately probably the same word as Sumerian anšu 'donkey'."(CDB). "Possibly, Hieroglyphic Luwian tarkasna- 'ass' and Sumerian anšu 'ass' contain the basis to which the Gr. and Latin words go back" (MDV).

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[DB]
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[CDB]
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[RD]
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[OSD]
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[AEW]
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[DH]
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[FEO]
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[TLF]
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[DOC]
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[DUD]
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[FGB]
Source
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[DIN]
Source
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[NEI]
Source
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[Farren (2017)]
Location
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