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Amharic-English Dictionary. by Thomas L Kane

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Active (middle) vb. adj. 2. Prefix/particle + active vb. adj. 3. 4. /part. + passive verbal adj. 703 Table of descriptive determinatives 705 3. 1. Corresponding to copulative comp. 2. Corresponding to dependent comp. 3. Corresponding to descriptive comp. 1. 2. comp 712 Corresponding to attributive det. 1. Adjective + substantive 713 Substantive + adjective 718 Substantive + verbal adjective .... 2. 3. Prefix/part. 4. Corresponding to prep, phrase .... 725 Table of possessive compounds 725 4.

G. i tane 'from the house' / i tan 'in the house', i höre 'from the father' /i hör 'in the father'. sg. i ami 'in the year' vs. sg. sg. i srti 'in the heart' vs. sg. ). sg. of the /- and a-stems, must be considered regular in the (generalized) hysterodynamic /-stems where it reflects gen. *-iios and dat. *-iiei. In the α-stems the most reasonable proto-form of the gen. sg. seems to be *-iiäs (< *-(i)iah2-s [< **-ieh2-s]) and *-iiäi (< *-(i)iah2-ai [< **-ieh2ei]) as a continuation of the devi-type, originally a conditioned variant of the plain α-stems, which makes an analogical levelling reasonably unproblematic10.

Acem Ί carry, bring, conduct' ~ Gk. άγω, Lat. ago; egit 'he found' ~ Skt. avidat; now 'daughter-in-law' ~ Gk. νυός, Lat. nurus), but the original distinction of quantity is given up, whereby *ä, *ϊ and *ü (generally, or perhaps always, from short vowel + laryngeal3) merge with the corresponding short vowels (mayr 'mother' ~ Lat. mater; (fin 'vulture' ~ Gk. Ικτίνος; mowkn 'mouse' ~ Gk. μυς, Lat. mils), while *e and *ö (whether original lengthened grade vowels or the result of compensatory lengthening by laryngeal loss) are continued as the narrow vowels i and u respectively (mit 'mind' ~ Gk.

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