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By Sue A. Kawashima

ISBN-10: 4770023529

ISBN-13: 9784770023520

For English-speaking scholars of eastern, debris are probably the main tricky element of the language to profit. it'd be no exaggeration to assert that, for many humans, they could by no means be thoroughly mastered. hence, the research of debris is a life-time project, and scholars desire a lifelong spouse to aid them alongside the way in which. That better half is A Dictionary of eastern Particles. protecting over a hundred debris in alphabetical order, the dictionary explains the meanings of every (most have multiple) and offers pattern sentences for every which means. Illustrations are supplied the place important for rationalization. There also are workouts behind the e-book if you desire to try their wisdom of particle utilization. Appendices and endpaper charts are supplied for simple entry. A Dictionary of jap Particles is a necessary reference paintings, intended for use through the years as scholars proceed to confront perplexing debris.

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Bhol-/ƣhuelo idg. *pelidg. *gol- s N D w - - idg. *kar- ? S n - idg. *bhlƯ-ԥo- F E S F E S F E S 2. Die Wurzel enthält idg. -o-: ‘quälend’ ‘fahl’ ‘kahl’ F E S F E S F E s 3. Die Wurzel enthält idg. -a-: ‘herb’ f e 4. Die Wurzel enthält idg. -Ư-: ‘farbig; schön’ F e d w o Primäradjektiva mit dem Suf¿x -laBildungen mit dem Suf¿x idg. -lo- in bindevokalloser Fügung des Suf¿xes an eine offene Wurzel begegnen im Germ. nur wenige. Ganz überwiegend handelt es sich dabei um ursprüngliche Verbaladj. Für germ.

Dürr’ F E S N D W O G þersa- ‘trocken sein’ F - - Die Wurzel ist e-stu¿g: kwerru- ‘(befriedigt)’ S D W O G *kwerra- ‘(befriedigen)’ 2. u-Adj. neben starken Verben der IV. Ablautreihe. § 49. Die Wurzel ist o-stu¿g: hnasku*- ‘zart, weich’ F E - N - - - G *hneska- ‘(zerreiben)’ 10 Hm 62. , 125f. Heidermanns 1986: 285. ; vgl. ; Ross 1952: 114ff. und ders. , Bammesberger 1990: 261ff. , Bammesberger 1990: 229, 263. 12 13 14 34 Systematischer Teil 3. u-Adj. neben idg. Primärverben. § 50. Die Wurzel ist schwundstu¿g: saltuswǀtuþunu*- § 51.

To-Adj. neben starken Verben der VI. Ablautreihe. § 82. Die Wurzel ist durchgängig a-stu¿g (= Vokal des Präsens): aldabalþakalda- 37 38 ‘alt’ ‘kühn’ ‘kalt’ F F F E S E S E S N D - - G ala- ‘aufziehen’ N D W O G bala- ‘(schwellen)’ N D W O G kala- ‘kalt sein’ Kluge 1926: 111, Krahe/Meid 1967: 104f. , Hm 76. 43 Rückbildungen Hierher eventuell auch: dauda- ‘tot’ F E S N D W O G dauja- ‘sterben’ 3. *to-Adj. neben reduplizierenden Verben. § 83. Die Wurzel enthält schwundstu¿ges -a-, das im Verbalparadigma nicht begegnet.

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