Difference between revisions of "Baidh"

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Baidh B efgjklmstuα | Barob ACDQR {see commentary} | Baide n | Baid o
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Baidh B efgjklmstuα | Barob ACDQR {see commentary} | Baide n | Baid o | Baidli β
  
ova ABCDQR fgklmnostα | sunt ova j | olus e | ''illegible'' u
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ova ABCDQR fgklmnostαβ | sunt ova j | olus e | ''illegible'' u
  
 
Entry is missing in p and z
 
Entry is missing in p and z

Latest revision as of 13:48, 25 July 2016

Baidh arabice ova.


Apparatus:

Baidh B efgjklmstuα | Barob ACDQR {see commentary} | Baide n | Baid o | Baidli β

ova ABCDQR fgklmnostαβ | sunt ova j | olus e | illegible u

Entry is missing in p and z


Translation:

Baidh is Arabic for Latin ova {"eggs"}.


Commentary:

Cf. Wehr (1976): ﺽﻴﺒ /baiḍ/ "egg".

ACD show the considerably corrupted form: Barob. A likely trail of misreadings is this:

ﺑﺒﺽ /baiḍ/ > Baidh > Baidb > Baiob > Barob, involving common misreadings in the manuscripts and prints of the time.

Less likely interpretations are Baidh < ﺑﺎﺋﺽ /baʔiḍ/ "(egg) laying", or reflecting a different source form from B e the witnesses ACD derived Barob < Baiob < Baiod < ﺑﺒﻮﺽ /buyūḍ/ "eggs".

The entry in ms. e gives the Latin meaning as olus {"vegetables, esp. cabbage"}. Here the scribe jumped a line: Out of
Baidh. ar. ova
and the next line
Bakal ar. olus
he made
Baidh. ar. [ova // Bakal ar.] olus.


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