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etymon

(pl. etyma)
an earlier form of a word. See also etymology.
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This etymon again derives from PWMP * balan (3) 'spotted, striped, multi-colored' and contains the still earlier PAN root *-latj 'striped' (ACD).
The MED entries for coushote, scuscote and quiste can all be combined as descending from the same Old English etymon cusceote (B--T).
2) These two lexemes strike us as being good test items for our approach given that, (i) they both originate in the same etymon, namely the Latin demonstrative IAM (cf.
The immediate etymology of "pensive" is actually from the French penser, meaning simply "to think," but Campion's play against the ultimate Latin etymon allows him to combine the physical situation of the harps with the mental state of the captive Jews in a complex figure of sympathy or "harmony.
A relevant Chinese term is regularly represented by its DOM number (Unicode sequence number of a primary glyph of a Chinese etymon, for specific references), primary glyph (for Chinese references), primary reading in Pinyin and primary reading in Sino-Vietnamese (for general references).
The book's best moments are full clan outi age that is almost religiously passionate--in its classical etymon of "suffering" as well as the sense of a deep-seated emotion.
Theater is what is obscene--from the etymon [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], which means "outside the scene"--even though it is on the scene: when someone sees me on the scene, they are listening to me actually.
Quenya lumbe "gloom, shadow") and not to the Germanic etymon in the first element in Mirkwood.
The reflex of PMP *hutek 'brain; marrow' was not lost though, but replaced the (not uncontested) PMP etymon *batuk3 'skull,' as utak 'skull.
Issam 'Abd al-Haq explained to me Salhiye's name etymon, linked with its founders' virtues: "These populations were very pious and close to God, that's why a part of the area is called Salhiye.
Dis denotes showing disrespect, originally toward a rapper with whom one was engaged in a long-standing beef, the etymon ofthe form dis(s) is most probably the word disrespect.