a, e4: n., water; watercourse, canal; seminal fluid; offspring; father; tears; flood. [A archaic frequency: 519]
prep., locative suffix - where; in; when - denotes movement towards or in favor of a person.
def. article, nominalizing suffix for a noun or noun clause, denoting 'the'.
á: (cf., áhi).
a5: (cf., aka).
e: (cf., ég).
é: house, household; temple; plot of land [E2 archaic frequency: 649; concatenates 4 signs].
è: (cf., éd).
e11: (cf., èd).
i: n., cry of pain (derived from ér, ír, 'tears; complaint' ?) [I archaic frequency: 17].
v., to capture, defeat, overcome (cf., éd, è; i)
ì: (cf., ìa).
i7: (cf., ída).
u: (cf., hà).
ú: n., plant; vegetable; grass; food; bread; pasture; load [U2 archaic frequency: 225; concatenates 3 signs].
v., to nourish, support.
adj., strong, powerful (man).
ù: n., sleep (cf., u5). [according to S. Lieberman, u, ù, and u4 were pronounced /o/]
v., to sleep.
prep., and; the prospective modal prefix: if; when; after; often used as a polite imperative.
pron., a pronominal prefix in a compound noun, to derive a more specific meaning.
u(3,4,8): n., an expression of protest; cries, screams; the grunting, panting of battle; fight, dispute.
v., to bend over.
u4: (cf., ud).
u5: n., male bird, cock; totality; earth pile or levee; raised area (sometimes written ù) [U5 archaic frequency: 1].
v., to mount (in intercourse); to be on top of; to ride; to board (a boat); to steer, conduct.
adj., (raised) high, especially land or ground (sometimes written ù).
u6: (cf., ug6).
u8: (cf., us5).
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