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AramaicEdit

VerbEdit

מַלַח or מְלַח (mālaḥ or mlaḥ)

  1. to salt
  2. to steer, to guide, to sail

NounEdit

מֶלַח or מְלַח (melaḥ or məlaḥm

  1. absolute state of מִלְחָא(milḥā, salt)

HebrewEdit

 
מֶלַח

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Semitic *milḥ-. Compare Aramaic מִלְחָא(milḥā), Classical Syriac ܡܠܚܐ(milḥā), Arabic مِلْح(milḥ).

NounEdit

מֶלַח (mélaḥm [pattern: קֶטֶל]

  1. salt, the common substance used as a condiment
 
מַלָּחִים

Etymology 2Edit

From Akkadian 𒈣𒁻 (MA₂LAH₄ /malāḫu/, shipman, sailor), from Sumerian 𒈣𒁺𒁺 (MA₂LAH₅ /malah/, shipman, sailor).

NounEdit

מַלָּח (mallā́ḥm

  1. sailor
    Synonym: יוֹרֵד יָם‎(yōrēḏ yām)

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