Numerals : comparative-etymological analyses of numeral by Václav Blažek

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MSOS 32, pp. 1-40. astem Nilotes. Linguistic and Historical Reconstructions. Berlin: Reimer. Wb. Worterbuch der aegyptischen Sprache, eds. A. Erman & H. Grapow. Berlin: AkademieVerlag. , 1987: Grammatik des Nobin (Nilnubisch). Hamburg: Buske (Nilo-Saharan, Vol. l ). , 1 9 1 2-13: Ein bisher unbekannter Dialekt aus Dar Fur. ZKS 3, pp. 248-25 1 . ZKS ZeitschriftfUr Kolonialsprachen. , 1928: Zur Stellung des Dlrfiir-Nubischen. Wiener Zeitschrift der Kunde des Mor­ genlandes 35, pp. 84-123, 1 88-21 2.

Gwey (Almkvist). Rossler 197 1 : 285-86 presents a different comparanda to Se *yad "hand" in Egyptian, starting from his reinterpretation of the Egyptian historical pho­ nology. He sees a cognate in Eg f "arm, hand, side", cf. the parallel forms in Eg r-f "bis bin zu, neben" vs. Ar lada (l-dy) id. On the other hand, Knauf 1982: 29-39 finds a Semitic cognate to Eg d ('hand':-hieroglyph) in Ak iifu & l,tu "Spanne, Halbelle". The meanings are, in principle, compatible. Eg d cor­ responds regularly to both Se *d and *f.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Dongolese Nubian. A Lexicon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Grammar ofthe Fur Language. Khartoum: S�dan Research Unit. , 1984: Sprachliche und historische Rekonstruktionen im Bereich des Nu­ bischen unter besonderer Bertlcksichtigung des Nilnubisch. rika 6, pp. 7-134. , 1988: "Nile-Nubian" reconsidered. In: Sprache und Geschichte in Af­ NS-3, pp. 85-96. , 1989: Nubier und Kuschiten im Niltal. Sondemummer 1 989. za Nubian language. ords 56, pp. 1-35. , 197 1 : The languages of Ethiopia Anthropological Linguistics 1 315, pp.

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