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By Douglas Q. Adams

The second one version of A Dictionary of Tocharian B contains considerably all Tocharian B phrases present in frequently released texts, in addition to all these of the London and Paris collections released digitally (digital book of the Paris assortment remains to be incomplete), and a considerable variety of the Berlin assortment released digitally. The variety of entries is greater than twenty according to cent more than within the first variation. the final technique is decidedly philological. All phrases other than right names are supplied with instance contexts. each one be aware is given in all its quite a few attested morphological types, in its variation spellings, and mentioned semantically, syntactically (where appropriate), and etymologically. New to the second one version is the project, the place attainable, of the examples of the word’s use to their detailed chronological interval (Archaic, Early, Classical, Late/Colloquial). This relationship offers the start of the learn of the Tocharian B vocabulary on a historic foundation. incorporated also are a opposite English-Tocharian B index and, one other innovation to this variation, a normal index verborum of Indo-European cognates.

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V. (Źsee also 2e(n)- and Hilmarsson, 1991:39). awi, ŹƗuw. awiĞ, ŹapiĞ. ) ‘uncontrolled, undisciplined; ungovernable, unruly’ [awlƗwätte, -, -//awlƗwäcci, -, -] awlƗ[watte] = B(H)S asamƗhita- (IT-70b3C), awlƗwa[tte] = B(H)S asaۨyata- (U-8b1C/IT-228b1]), awlƗwäcci (IT-569b2? [Peyrot, 2008b:116]). v. (see also 2e(n)- and Hilmarsson, 1991:43). ) ‘± margin, edge’ [-, -, aĞakula//] aĞakulane e۪ko[r]m[eۨ] = B(H)S prƗnte grֈhƯtvƗ (530a3C). ŶEtymology unknown. ]’ (a medical ingredient) [aĞamati, -, -//] (W-31b4C).

V. (ŹSee also 2 e(n)- and Hilmarsson, 1991:110). ) ‘the AvƯcƯ-hell’ [-, -, apiĞ//] : Devadatte snj ApiĞ nraine temtsate 72 ‘this D. was re-born in the AvƯcƯ-hell’ (22b3C); —apiĞäৢৢe ~ awiĞäৢৢe* ‘prtng to the AvƯcƯ-hell’ (TEB-64-04/ IT-5a3C/L). ŶB(H)S avƯcƯ- (cf. TchA aviĞ). ) ‘(dear) father’ [appakke, -, - (voc. appakka)//] Ğaula-preñcai sauĞka [= soۨĞka] se wate appakke snai trä۪ko ñake päst rinastä[r]c[i] t·‫܈‬p· /// (83a4C). v. appamƗt, only in the phrasal verb appamƗt yƗm- ‘treat badly, wrong, treat with disdain’ appamƗt yamaskentär = B(H)S avajƗnanti (31a6=32a1C), • ceۨ ksa yƗmtär appamƗt wrocce lup‫܈‬tär nraisa 41 ‘[if] someone does this one wrong, he he will be thrown into a great hell’ (31b1=32a4C), (PK-AS-7Ob4C); —appamƗtäññe ‘± ill-treatment’ (246b1E, 371b4C).

See also pƗkre, pƗkri and apƗkärtse. ) ‘clearly, evidently’ ? IT-204b3C (no context). ŹSee also pƗkri. ]) ‘lower being; bad rebirth’ [//apƗynta, -, apƗynta] (52b4C). ŶFrom B(H)S apƗya-. 10Col [Pinault, 1998:15]). ƔAn adjective derived from an unattested *ApƗr or *Ɩpar, presumably a place-name in the vicinity of Kucha. ) ‘one who has not behaved morally’ [apƗৢৢätte, -, apƗৢৢäcce//] (31b2=32a4C). v. (ŹSee also 2 e(n)- and Hilmarsson, 1991:110). ) ‘the AvƯcƯ-hell’ [-, -, apiĞ//] : Devadatte snj ApiĞ nraine temtsate 72 ‘this D.

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