Aramaic edit

Etymology edit

From Proto-Semitic *šinn-.

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Noun edit

שנא (šinnāf (pluralשנתאorשנא⁩)

  1. (anatomy) tooth
  2. fang, tusk
  3. ivory

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Root
שׂ־נ־א(ś-n-ʾ)

Etymology edit

Related to Imperial Aramaicשני⁩, which became Classical Syriacܣܢܐ⁩ and Jewish Babylonian Aramaicסני⁩. Cognate with Arabicشَنَأَ(šanaʔa).

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Verb edit

שָׂנֵא (sané) third-singular masculine past (pa'al construction)

  1. to hate

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