יתום

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Hebrew[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Root
י־ת־ם

From Proto-Semitic [Term?]. Cognate with Arabic يَتِيم (yatīm), Aramaic יַתְמָא (yaṯmā), Classical Syriac ܝܲܬ݂ܡܵܐ (yaṯmā), Classical Mandaic [script needed] (yatima), Phoenician [script needed] (ytm), Tigre [script needed] (yattam), Ugaritic [script needed] (ytm).

Noun[edit]

יָתוֹם (yatómm (plural indefinite יְתוֹמִים, feminine counterpart יְתוֹמָה)

  1. orphan (person whose parent or parents have died)

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Yiddish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Hebrew יָתוֹם (yatóm)

Noun[edit]

יתום (yosemm, plural יתומים (yesoymem), feminine יתומה (yesoyme), feminine plural יתומות (yesoymes), diminutive יתומל (yoseml)

  1. orphan

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