𐀁𐀍

AmmoniteEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Semitic *bin-.

NounEdit

𐀁𐀍 (bn)

  1. son

EdomiteEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Semitic *bin-.

NounEdit

𐀁𐀍 (bn)

  1. son

MoabiteEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Semitic *bin-.

NounEdit

𐀁𐀍 (bn)

  1. son
    • 840 BCE, Mesha Stele:
      β€π€€π€π€Š 𐀟 π€Œπ€”π€ 𐀟 𐀁𐀍 𐀟 π€Šπ€Œπ€” [...] π€Œπ€‹π€Š 𐀟 π€Œπ€€π€β€Ž
      ΚΎnk mΕ‘ΚΏ bn kmΕ‘ [...] mlk mΚΎb
      I am Mesha son of Kemosh [...] king of Moab.
      (literally, β€œI [am] Mesha son [of] Kemosh king [of] Moab”)

PhoenicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Semitic *bin-.

NounEdit

𐀁𐀍 (bn)

  1. son
    • 5th century BCE, sarcophagus inscription of Tabnit of Sidon:
      β€π€€π€π€Š 𐀕𐀁𐀍𐀕 π€Šπ€„π€ 𐀏𐀔𐀕𐀓𐀕 π€Œπ€‹π€Š π€‘π€ƒπ€π€Œ 𐀁𐀍
      π€€π€”π€Œπ€π€π€†π€“ π€Šπ€„π€ 𐀏𐀔𐀕𐀓𐀕 π€Œπ€‹π€Š π€‘π€ƒπ€π€Œ π€”π€Šπ€ 𐀁𐀀𐀓𐀍 𐀆
      β€Ž
      ΚΎnk tbnt khn ΚΏΕ‘trt mlk αΉ£dnm bn
      ΚΎΕ‘mnΚΏzr khn ΚΏΕ‘trt mlk αΉ£dnm Ε‘kb bΚΎrn z
      I, Tabnit, priest of Astarte, king of Sidon, the son
      of Eshmunazar, priest of Astarte, king of Sidon, am lying in this sarcophagus.

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