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Hebrew ''šammā'', ''šamā'' (Psalm 68:5 archaic singular Hebrew ''šammā'' “height” = Ugaritic ''[[t]]m'', UT 68:4), which was taken over as a loan-word into Aramaic as ''šimme''<ref>Dahood, ''Psalms I'', Anchor Bible; A. van Selms, ''Ugarit-Forschungen'', II (1970):264.</ref> = Akkadian ''šamû'', ''šamê'',  ''šm’'', ''samû'' (Sumerian AN),<ref>Lambert & Millard, ''ATRA-ḪASĪS'', III, iii, 8, etc.; Reiner, ''Linguistic Analysis of Akkadian'', 27; Akkadian ''simmelat šamami'' “the stairway of heaven,” ''JSS'', 7 (1962):174; Z. Cochavi-Rainey, ''Akkadian Dialect of Egyptian Scribes'' (2011), 14.</ref> Arabic ''sama’''.
 
Hebrew ''šammā'', ''šamā'' (Psalm 68:5 archaic singular Hebrew ''šammā'' “height” = Ugaritic ''[[t]]m'', UT 68:4), which was taken over as a loan-word into Aramaic as ''šimme''<ref>Dahood, ''Psalms I'', Anchor Bible; A. van Selms, ''Ugarit-Forschungen'', II (1970):264.</ref> = Akkadian ''šamû'', ''šamê'',  ''šm’'', ''samû'' (Sumerian AN),<ref>Lambert & Millard, ''ATRA-ḪASĪS'', III, iii, 8, etc.; Reiner, ''Linguistic Analysis of Akkadian'', 27; Akkadian ''simmelat šamami'' “the stairway of heaven,” ''JSS'', 7 (1962):174; Z. Cochavi-Rainey, ''Akkadian Dialect of Egyptian Scribes'' (2011), 14.</ref> Arabic ''sama’''.
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See SHAUMAHYEEM, RAUKEEYANG
 
See SHAUMAHYEEM, RAUKEEYANG

Latest revision as of 23:32, 29 July 2018

Pearl of Great Price PN 1. SHAMAU “to be high; heavens” (1842a; BofAbraham facsimile 1:12 ∥RAUKEEYANG)

Hebrew šammā, šamā (Psalm 68:5 archaic singular Hebrew šammā “height” = Ugaritic tm, UT 68:4), which was taken over as a loan-word into Aramaic as šimme[1] = Akkadian šamû, šamê, šm’, samû (Sumerian AN),[2] Arabic sama’.

Variant: SHAUMAU 1842b

See SHAUMAHYEEM, RAUKEEYANG

Notes


  1. Dahood, Psalms I, Anchor Bible; A. van Selms, Ugarit-Forschungen, II (1970):264.
  2. Lambert & Millard, ATRA-ḪASĪS, III, iii, 8, etc.; Reiner, Linguistic Analysis of Akkadian, 27; Akkadian simmelat šamami “the stairway of heaven,” JSS, 7 (1962):174; Z. Cochavi-Rainey, Akkadian Dialect of Egyptian Scribes (2011), 14.

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