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8 p, 654.8 KB El verb hebreu ḥåyâ (הָי ָח) 'viure' : origen etimològic d'un verb doblement dèbil / Vernet i Pons, Eulàlia (Universitat de Barcelona)
En aquest article s'ofereix la reconstrucció etimològica del verb hebreu ḥåyâ (הָי ָח) 'viure', un verb doblement dèbil, els orígens del qual van més enllà de l'estadi protosemític i s'endinsen en l'estadi antiquíssim del protoafroasiàtic. [...]
This article offers an etymological reconstruction of the Hebrew verb ḥåyâ (הָי ָח) 'to live'. A doubly weak verb, its origins can be traced back beyond the ProtoSemitic period to the very ancient Proto-Afro-Asiatic period. [...]

2011 - 10.2436/20.1006.01.20
Tamid: Revista Catalana Anual d'Estudis Hebraics, Vol. 7 (2011) , p. 181-188  
34 p, 478.6 KB Terms related to the family in Ugaritic / Watson, Wilfred G. E.
Ugaritic words for the clan and the family home, members of the family, infants and children, marriage and childbirth, domestics and inheritance are listed, together with their cognates in other Semitic languages and their equivalents in Afro-Asiatic, Indo-European and other language groups. [...]
Historiae, Núm. 10 (2013) , p. 17-50  

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