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Hebraic Sara/Sarai "princesse" < PIE *sor- "woman"

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  • Joao S. Lopes
    Is it possible that Hebraic Sara/Sarai,meaning princesse, came from an IE source, *sor- woman , perhaps through Anatolian sar-? JS Lopes
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 27, 2014
      Is it possible that Hebraic Sara/Sarai,meaning princesse, came from an IE source, *sor- "woman", perhaps through Anatolian sar-?

      JS Lopes
    • A. da Mek
      ... The PSem root ŚR(R) is used not only as a feminine śarratum, but also as a masculine śarrum king, prince . Moreover, it does not begin with a plain
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 27, 2014
        > Is it possible that Hebraic Sara/Sarai,meaning princesse, came from an IE
        > source, *sor- "woman", perhaps through Anatolian sar-?

        The PSem root ŚR(R) is used not only as a feminine śarratum, but also as a
        masculine śarrum "king, prince". Moreover, it does not begin with a plain
        /s/, but with a lateral one.
      • Joao S. Lopes
        Any non-Semitic cognate for s´arrum ? JS Lopes Em Sexta-feira, 28 de Março de 2014 3:14, A. da Mek escreveu:   ... The PSem root ŚR(R)
        Message 3 of 3 , Mar 31, 2014
          Any non-Semitic cognate for s´arrum ?

          JS Lopes
          Em Sexta-feira, 28 de Março de 2014 3:14, A. da Mek <a.da_mek0@...> escreveu:
           
          > Is it possible that Hebraic Sara/Sarai,meaning princesse, came from an IE
          > source, *sor- "woman", perhaps through Anatolian sar-?

          The PSem root ŚR(R) is used not only as a feminine śarratum, but also as a
          masculine śarrum "king, prince". Moreover, it does not begin with a plain
          /s/, but with a lateral one.



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