if at math.bu.edu
Thu Nov 29 18:55:54 EST 2012
But for this we need no "Ugaritic", no "Akkadian", and no "Hurrian",
I see in A. Salmone's Arabic - English dictionary, on page 369 for
the root سلم SLM, 'steps, ladder, stairs, sound, whole, entire,
intact, healthy, peace, wholesomeness', and more. As in Hebrew.
Isaac Fried, Boston University
On Nov 29, 2012, at 3:35 PM, Nir cohen - Prof. Mat. wrote:
> where the authors bring ample semitic (syriac, amharic etc)
> evidence for
> david's SL* complex and the (NW) semitic use of SLM/SLLM=ladder,
> SLM (ugarit.) = ladder, SULLAM (arabic) = ladder.
> if i understand correctly, the ugarit cognate may point at a time
> earlier than the hurrian conquest of canaan and the patriarch era.
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