By Douglas Q. Adams
The second one version of A Dictionary of Tocharian B comprises considerably all Tocharian B phrases present in frequently released texts, in addition to all these of the London and Paris collections released digitally (digital e-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 consistent with cent more than within the first version. the general method is decidedly philological. All phrases other than right names are supplied with instance contexts. every one observe is given in all its a variety of attested morphological types, in its version spellings, and mentioned semantically, syntactically (where appropriate), and etymologically. New to the second one variation is the project, the place attainable, of the examples of the word’s use to their special chronological interval (Archaic, Early, Classical, Late/Colloquial). This relationship offers the start of the examine 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 common index verborum of Indo-European cognates.
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Araৄkule’ (PN in monastic records) [Araৄkule, -, -//] (THT-4000, col. 3 -a8, col. ). ]) ‘heart’ (both the physical heart and the seat of the emotions) [arañce, arañcäntse, arañc ~ araূĞL ~ araĞL//aräñci, -, arañcäূ] läkleñ arañce nittaۨ ‘because of suffering [his] heart is breaking’ (88b4/5C), aräñci särpar ka ĞƗmƗne ‘the living hearts beat’ (119a4E), : katkomñaisa arañce plu܈Ɨ-ne ‘his heart soared with joy’ (375b4L), araۨĞne = B(H)S hrֈdaya- (Y-1a6C/L); — arañcaৢৢe [sic] ‘prtng to the heart’ (207a3E/C); —aräñcatstse* ‘± great-hearted, merciful, compassionate’ (241a2E).
The cognate of B(H)S ajƗji- ‘cumin’ with false Sanskriticization somewhere in the tradition. ’ (PK-AS-17K-a3C [Broomhead]). v. v. Hilmarsson (1991:58-61) does take this word to be a privative ayƗtatte*. ŹSee also yƗt- and the following entry. 507-a4Col [Pinault, 1984a:24]), mäkte omteۨ tañ maiyyane sa۪kantse spelke kuĞalapƗk ܈ayƗto tƗkaۨ yƗmtsi ‘as here, in thy power, the zeal and fitting behavior of the community can come to be’ (TEB-74-7/THT-1574Col), [in Manichean script] ’’y’tv (Gabain/Winter:14); (b) 37 ceu wäntre poyĞi lyelykor-meۨ weña tarya Ğlokanma ܈amƗññents=ayƗtoĞ • ‘having seen such a thing, the Buddha spoke three Ğlokas for the benefit of monasticism’ (31a4C).
PK-AS17J-a2? [Peyrot, 2010:295]). ƔFor the masculine we have (historically, probably not any longer underlyingly) a nom. sg. *Ɨlle, acc. sg. *Ɨlye, nom. pl. *Ɨlyei, and acc. pl. *Ɨlyen plus the intensifier -kä (and the stress shifted to the syllable immediately preceding the -kä, hence allék rather than *Ɨllek). The accusative forms, singular and plural, form the basis of the corresponding genitives, hence alyek-epi and alye۪käۨts. The actually attested accusative plural is not the expected *alye۪k but rather alye۪käۨ with the regular ending of the accusative plural, -äۨ, added to the already characterized *alye۪k.
A Dictionary of Tocharian B by Douglas Q. Adams