"Fugitive" is an adjective for "crimson"? Can someone please elaborate. A google search of the web for "fugitive crimson" turned up no supporting evidence. If "fugitive" does modify "crimson", then this meaning should be added to the entry for "fugitive". Thanks. - Joseph D. Rudmin r-u-d-m-i-n-j-d (AT) j-m-u (DOT) e-d-u
"fugitive" here must mean "fleeting" or "ephemeral". SemperBlotto 19:03, 2 August 2005 (UTC)
It seems silly to say that this isn't related to Latin lacus. Proto languages are purely hypothetical, you can't make any certain statements about proto languages by definition. Mglovesfun (talk) 11:52, 18 October 2010 (UTC)
is excessively vocalised; بٌحيرة is enough, the other vowels being automaticly driven by the following consonant (so is it written in many arabic dictionaries); the last vowal is grammatical, and so is not a part of the frame of the word. Especially seeing that, elsewhere in the wictionary, arabic tranlation arer NOT AT ALL vocalised.
(This point should be discussed elsewhere. Where ?)