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Synonyms for etymologize
give the etymology or derivation or suggest an etymology (for a word)
construct the history of words
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Hesiod appears to etymologize
the word [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] as deriving from [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], understanding it to mean "that which is not forgotten." (36) Lines 54-55 and 102-03 make it clear that Hesiod connects the root [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] with forgetfulness, specifically the sort of forgetfulness that the Muses bring to careworn mortals:
The JU passage etymologizes
avimukta as the unliberated soul, the seat of the atman, and varanasi as the internal functions that ward off and destroy the evil done by the senses.
Schmitt, in Radner and Schmitt 1998, where he aptly etymologizes
the NA form as Old Iranian (*)Ary-uka-.
The Shiannday Hannyeu tsyrdean, however, lists a form zhumd [juuma], which it etymologizes
with Arabic jum'a.
Chapter 3 deals with etymologies of certain words and word classes in Brahui; chapter 7 etymologizes