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nakṣtär

Cite this page as:"nakṣtär". 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_nakṣtär (accessed 21 Feb. 2024).
 
Meaning:“act. to destroy, lose, mid. to fall into ruin, disappear”
Word class:tense_stem
Language:TB
Equivalent in TA:näk-
Lexeme variants:nakṣtär
 
Person:third
Number:singular
Tense/Mood:present
Root character:non-a-character
Internal root vowel:vowel-schwa
Stem:present
Stem class:8
Voice:middle

Paradigm

Lexeme family

Occurrences

nakṣtär

1IOL Toch 307 b3yāmornts= oko ; mānakṣtär;
2THT 3 b7sälyye mkte ; (wa)rnenakṣtärṣe prentse ;
3THT 3 śab7kātaṣṣa sāu sälyye mkte ; (wa)rne nakṣtär ṣe prentse ; mant śāmnaṃts śaulnakṣtär (:)
4THT 4 b2yāmornts= oko mānakṣtär; yāmo ///
5THT 16 a6cen ranakṣtär; kuse pä(llālyi) ; ///
6THT 35 a4yes yamaṣat /// (kuśala)a4mūlntanakṣtär(sa)ñ añ(m) ne ///