Xeme


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Xeme

An ancient Greek unit of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 9.1 milliliters.
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A well-known example for vowel lowering is the Turkic word kemi 'ship, boat' (Clauson 1972: 721) which survives with a closed vowel in Oghuz: Tur/Azr germ, Tkm ga:mi (TDS 232), Ili Salar ki:mu (Yakup 2002: 135), but with an open vowel elsewhere: Uyghur has keme 'ship, boat' (UTIL 4: 743) with the vowel modification in the first syllable described above under the heading "I-umlaut", Uzb kema (OTIL 1: 378), Kaz keme (Bektaev 2001: 233), Krg keme (Judaxin 1965: 371), Krc keme (Tenisev and Sujuncev 1989: 322), Kumyk genre (Bammatov 1969: 96), Alt keme (Baskakov and Toscakova 1947: 79), Xak kime (Baskakov and Inkizekova-Grekul 1953: 75) and Tuv xeme (Tenisev 1968: 473).
Les experiences d'apprentissage et la construction des savoirs au cours de la migration, Xeme Congres de l'ARIC, Alger, 1-8 mai 2005a.
La Correspondance: les usages de la lettre au xi xeme siecle (Paris, 1991).
nurse) + jar sine w = sine + new disco ver = disco + cover age nt = age + gent ski n = ski + kin brow n = brow + own opera te = opera + rates diva n = diva + van taxe me = taxe(tax) + xeme (a fork-tailed gull) rode nt = rode + dent lathe r = lathe + her flo g = Flo (name) + log expo se = Expo + pose ash y = ash + shy Transposal Offspring : pal p = pal + alp chi c = chi + hic Rome ro (surname) = Rome + mero (sea perch) Mash am (town in Yorkshire) = mash + sham seto se = Seto (city in Japan) + tose (old 'toes') tar t = tar + art chin ch (bedbug) = chin + inch doze n = doze + Zen eras er = eras + aser (old/;azure *) Hug h = hug?