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skam

Cite this page as:"skam". In A Comprehensive Edition of Tocharian Manuscripts (CEToM). Created and maintained by Melanie Malzahn, Martin Braun, Hannes A. Fellner, and Bernhard Koller. https://cetom.univie.ac.at/?F_A_skam (accessed 25 Feb. 2024).
 
Meaning:“immer”
Word class:uninflected
Word subclass:adverb
Language:TA
Equivalent in TB:ṣek
Lexeme variants:skam; skamat
 

Lexeme family

  • skam

Commentary

Translation by Thomas and Krause 1964: immer

Occurrences

skam

1A 3 b3yaläṃ wramm ats ;skamyāmiṣ ;
2A 16 a2tämyo kropnulaṃ ;skampñintu ; ke ne kulypal ; yātlune :
3A 37 a5a5skammäntām :
4A 61 a3skamālu kāswac ; spārtwlune
5A 61 a5/// l ; kāruṃskam: 1 ॥
6A 63 b6tāk ; säm ypeskam:
7A 148 b3kāw(ä)lte kulypam śäk wra(mä)ṣ«†ä»skamwi b4/// sne
8A 218 a8 /// lkālyo ;skamylaṅkaṃ ymeyo ; tkaṃ
9A 221 a5; śācäṃ waṣtaṃ ;skamcmī – (:)
10A 229 b2; ymassu wrases ;skammäskal ; lyalypuntwaṃ :
11A 243 b4klyom āṣtär tñi ;skam(tlune) ;
12A 247 a2praṣtäṃtwaṃ ; ime tñiskama3 /// ;
13A 247 b2 /// taṃ ;skamtñi sam pältsäk ;
14A 248 a1kaṣ swāñcenyo ; worpūsskamci ; kapśañi :
15A 250 a2skamkrañcäṃ wäknaṃ ; ritwantāp
16A 272 b3– ku mā smaleskamsukatikāñ : p· b4
17A 277 b4tanne cesmi ;skamā b512σ
18A 284 b8pat nu krañcäṃs wrassaṃskamsañc· ///
19A 288 a7 ; (pä)a7lskasuntāp ;skamskenal :
20A 313 b1=kāl ; puttiśparnac ;skamr(i){n/t}i(trä) (:)
21A 354 a1skamri – – – – – – – –
22A 354 b2skamwsok : mättak mar
23A 357 a3pūk sne yañ māskampū /// a4///
24A 399 b1/// b1/// mskameṃts· – • wākmats
25THT 2038 b2/// b2/// watäkskamtäṣ yä – ///
26YQ N.1 b5b5/// yo yetunt skam: ṣya-wkäṃ lkātsi kräṃ(tso)

skamat

1A 17 b3tämyo ptāñkte ; yärkskamatyal ; knānmāntāp :
2A 37 a6skamatomäskenäṃ ritw(ṣ)a(ntāñ)
3A 47 b2b2– – ntaṃ yāmluneyos(k)a(mat)///
4A 61 a1/// kulypam tāṣ camiskamatkāruṃ kāpñe yal •
5A 63 b5puṣpavṛkṣäntu ;skamatyetānt ; pyāppyāsyo :
6A 154 b2ākatsum paku oko okiskamatklāluneyā praskär /// b3
7A 232 b7mnu pältskaṣ ṣā;tarskamat; pratimäntu ; kotnaṃ=
8A 257 b3ārkiṃ ñäkciṃ ; wtsiskamat; (ciñcräṃ) (lapā) ;
9A 277 b3skamatālu ; sa b4
10A 277 b5///skamatkārme rake träṅkiñc ॥
11A 306 a4/// a4///skamatśäk (wäknā) /// a5
12THT 1493 a3/// a3/// tsäskamatśäk wäknā – ///
13YQ II.15 b4; pältsäkyo ; kāsuskamat; kākropuṣ
14YQ III.1 a7tämyo tāpärkskamatprakäṣtär kupre aśśi ptāñkät käṣṣi lo kumnäa8(ṣ)
15YQ III.1 b6skamatśäk ṣäk pi pukälye
16YQ III.4 b7skamatprakässi

Bibliography

Thomas and Krause 1964

Thomas, Werner, and Wolfgang Krause. 1964. Tocharisches Elementarbuch, Band II. Texte und Glossar. Heidelberg: Winter.