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leṃ

Cite this page as:"leṃ". 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_B_leṃ (accessed 02 Mar. 2024).
 
Meaning:“(monastic) cell, resting place”
Word class:noun
Language:TB
Equivalent in TA:leṃ
Equivalent in other languages:Skt. layana-
Lexeme variants:leṃ
 
Number:singular
Case:nominative; accusative
Gender:alternating

Paradigm

sg pl du
nom leṃ lenma
voc
acc leṃ lenma
gen lenantse
loc
comit
inst
abl leṅemeṃ
perl
all
caus

Lexeme family

Commentary

Adams 1999: s.v. leṃ*.

Occurrences

leṃ

1IOL Toch 797 a2a2/// – •leṃmā k·a /// b1
2PK AS 9D a4/// a4/// –l·eṃ·e ·el·i • –
3THT 314 a6me /// a6…teṃleṃparyaṃ /// a7sa
4THT 416 a2walo su a – –l·eṃ– po ///
5THT 559.1 a2orotsana erkenmasa en·· – – srukoṣäṃ ṣaläskemaa2ne ṣekaṃñe tākaṃ • omteleṃparyāṃ yamasträ
6THT 559.1 a5 ente nauṣaññana erkenma tatākauwa tākaṃ a5omteṃleṃparyāṃ yamasträ
7THT 1249 b5tāka kānyāyane cau ṣañleṃ///
8THT 1311 a7• sa ·ai – – –l·eṃ/// a8/// –
9THT 1311 b1/// b1/// –leṃkärkau ta ñä ere
10THT 1346.b a4/// a4/// skol·eṃ·ā /// b1///
11THT 1352.h a2/// a2/// –l·eṃ/// b1/// –
12THT 1359 a2·ai /// a2///l·eṃ– – ma rta ññe
13THT 1372.e b6– palskosa b6///l·eṃa
14THT 1394.nn a3/// a3/// –l·eṃśca so /// b1
15THT 1395.l a2/// a2/// –leṃk·au t·e /// b1
16THT 1410.k b4ta ·e /// b4l·eṃ– ///
17THT 1414.a a4mi /// a4///l·eṃ·ä /// b1///
18THT 1423.c b3/// b3/// – – – –l·eṃ///
19THT 1438.c b1b1sa kleśanmaṣṣeṃ okol·eṃ– a sk· ///
20THT 1459 a2: kuse ṣamān(e) orocceleṃyamastär – /// a3
21THT 1582 a4/// a4/// –leṃñe – /// b1
22THT 1599.f b3ī keṃ śle ṣäleṃni /// b4///
23THT 1599.g b4b4/// – nāl·eṃ///
24THT 1612 a5– – /// a5///l·eṃ– r·a skenträ –
25THT 1619.c a4॥ – /// a4l·eṃsū mahāmā – ///
26THT 1627.c b4rñe sa o ·ol·eṃ/// b5/// wo
27THT 1635.b a3/// a3/// –l·eṃk·e ṣarmä ta –
28THT 3287 a3/// ka ddha śil·eṃ/// a4/// s·

Bibliography

Adams 1999

Adams, Douglas Q. 1999. A dictionary of Tocharian B. Leiden Studies in Indo-European 10. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi.