- From Arabic ميم (the Arabic letter corresponding to M) + -ation, after nunation. (Wiktionary)
“I find it striking that seven somehow retained its mimation while 3 and 6 didn't.”
“Phoenix: "I find it striking that seven somehow retained its mimation while 3 and 6 didn't.”
“PIE *septm̥ is grammatically unanalysable in PIE and retains fossilization of Proto-Semitic morphology i.e. the root *sab`-, the feminine *-t- and mimation leading any rational person to the simplest conclusion that Semitic contacts in Pre-IE must have existed.”
“The linguist will be interested in an observation by Skinner to the effect that "the endings -- an and -- on in this list point to a primitive nunation, as contrasted with sporadic cases of mimation in the Edomite names" (cf.”
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