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βράθυ

τύμβος, ὦ νυμφεῖον, ὦ κατασκαφής οἴκησις αἰείφρουρος, οἷ πορεύομαι πρὸς τοὺς ἐμαυτῆς -> Tomb, bridal chamber, eternal prison in the caverned rock, whither I go to find mine own.
Sophocles, Antigone, 883
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Transliteration A: bráthy Transliteration B: brathy Transliteration C: vrathy Beta Code: bra/qu

English (LSJ)

υος, τό, A savin, Juniperus sabina, Dsc.1.76; also, = Juniperus foetidissima, ibid. (Aram. b6raāt 'cypress'.)

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German (Pape)

[Seite 461] τό, der Sade- od. Sevenbaum, herba sabina, Medic. ·

Greek (Liddell-Scott)

βράθυ: -υος, τὁ, εἶδος θάμνου μὲ φύλλα κυπαρισσοειδῆ, Διοσκ. 1. 104.

Spanish (DGE)

-υος, τό
bot.
1 sabina, Juniperus sabina L., Dsc.1.76, Sm.Is.55.13, Plin.HN 24.102, Scrib.Larg.154, Cyran.1.2.1, 4, 11, 21, Gal.13.261, 826, 1010.
2 sabina fétida, Juniperus foetidissima L., Ps.Dsc.1.76, β. χλωρόν Gal.14.346, β. πόα τις θεοῖς θυομένη Hsch.

• Etimología: Prést. sem., cf. aram. berāt, hebr. broš, acad. burāšu.

Frisk Etymological English

1.
Grammatical information: n.
Meaning: savin, Juniperus sabina; also Juniperus foetidissima (Dsc.)
Other forms: also βόρατον n. (D. S.); βορατίνη (Aq).
Origin: PG [a word of Pre-Greek origin]X [probably]
Etymology: Compared with a Semitic word, Aram. berāt, Hebr. berōš, Assyr. burāšu cypress. Lat. bratus (Plin.), an Anatolian cypress. Lewy, Fremdw. 34, Schrader-Nehring Reallex. 1, 671. Fur. 187 thinks it is rather an Anatolian word, comparing κυπάρισσος - Hebr. gofer; the suffix -ιν- might point in this direction. On the u-stem cf. μῶλυ, μίσυ, σῶρυ (Chantr. Form. 119), also δάκρυ = resin (Peripl. M. Rubr. 30).
2. Meaning: πόα τις θεοῖς θυομένη H.
Origin: XX [etym. unknown]
Etymology: Unknown.

Frisk Etymology German

βράθυ: {bráthu}
Grammar: n.
Meaning: Sebenbaum, Juniperus sabina, Cedernart, Juniperus foetidissima (Dsk.),
Derivative: auch βόρατον n. (D. S., Sm., Dsk.).
Etymology : Semitisches Wort, vgl. aram. berāt, hebr. berōš, assyr. burāšu Cypresse. Lat. bratus N. einer vorderasiatischen Cypressenart. Lewy Fremdw. 34, Schrader-Nehring Reallex. 1, 671, Cuny Rev. ét. anc. 20, 223ff. Zum u-Stamm in βράθυ vgl. μῶλυ, μίσυ, σῶρυ (Chantraine Formation 119), auch δάκρυ = Harz o. ä. Peripl. M. Rubr. 30.
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