West Semitic Vocabulary in the Akkadian Texts from Emar Jan , West Semitic Vocabulary in the Akkadian Texts from Emar Harvard Semitic Studies Pentiuc, Tenured Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew Director of the Th M Program Eugen J on FREE shipping on qualifying offers West Semitic Vocabulary in the Akkadian Texts from Emar Harvard Semitic Studies West Semitic Vocabulary in the Akkadian Texts from Emar West Semitic Vocabulary in the Akkadian Texts from Emar Eugen J Pentiuc Snippet view Common terms and phrases a na AION Akkadian Alalah amqu Amurru Arab Aram Arnaud Emar VI Arnaud reads Arnaud translates AurS Ba lu Beckman Texts bi ri k ti Bogazky bronze CAD H Canaanite shift cognates CommSem context core Akk Dagan denoting West Semitic Vocabulary in the Akkadian Texts from Emar Jan , West Semitic Vocabulary in the Akkadian Texts from Emar Series Harvard Semitic Studies, Volume Author Eugen J Pentiuc Part of this study is a glossary with comparative analysis of non normative Akkadian forms, Hittite and Hurrian words, West Semitic lexemes, and words of uncertain origin, with special attention given to the West West Semitic Terms in Akkadian Texts from Emar Eugen J I would suggest another etymology, based on the reading qa PI nV, normalized qaww yyanii , by relating the Emarite form to the West Semitic root q w y n, attested in Hebrew qina elegy, dirge Northwest Semitic material Jewish Aramaic qynl lament, Palmyrenean, Hatran qynyl musician Aramaic qwn, qyn Palel , to arrange, plan a song of lamentation note also Sabaic qyn title of an administrative West Semitic Vocabulary in the Akkadian Texts from Emar Jan , West Semitic Vocabular My Searches Cart brill Menu Browse Subjects African Studies American Studies Ancient Near Dictionary of the North West Semitic Inscriptions This dictionary of the vocabulary of the Old Canaanite, Phoenician, Punic, Moabite, Ammonite, Hebrew, Aramaic, and other ancient Northwest Semitic inscriptions is a state of the art tool for specialists, yet it is so extraordinarily well organized and its material is so clearly presented that even those with no than a nodding acquaintance with Semitics will find it easy to use. West Semitic languages The West Semitic languages are a proposed major sub grouping of ancient Semitic languages The term was first coined in by Fritz Hommel The grouping, supported by Semiticists like Robert Hetzron and John Huehnergard, divides the Semitic language family into two branches Eastern and Western. Appendix Proto Semitic stems Wiktionary Sep , earth ground as a solid surface ground apar earth soft soft surface of the earth used for cultivation and as a building material soil, dust abn stone Vrr. Proto Semitic West Semitic, to follow, guard, protect rp Arabic root, to be noble, highborn. Semitic languages The Semitic languages, previously also named Syro Arabian languages, are a branch of the Afroasiatic language family originating in the Middle East that are spoken by than million people across much of West Asia, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, Malta, in small pockets in the Caucasus as well as in often large immigrant and expatriate communities in North America, Europe and Australasia.