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*ḏanab- - tail (SED I No. 64)

Akkadian
zibbatu - tail, rear part (CAD Z 100, AHw. 1523)
Var. zimbatu.
Ebla
šè-na-bu - Sum. KUN (VE 1371)
Ugaritic
ḏnb - tail (DUL 288)
Hebrew
zānāb - tail (HALOT 274)
Jewish Palestinian Aramaic
dwnbh, det. dwnbth - tail (DJPA 141)
det. dwnbth
Christian Palestinian Aramaic
dnwbˀ (det.) - tail (DCPA 92)
Jewish Babylonian Aramaic
danbā - tail (DJBA 344)
Syriac
dunbā - tail; farthest part (LSyr. 159, SL 284)
Mandaic
dinabta, danipta, dinipta - tail (MD 108)
Mandaic
zanapta, znipta, zinipta, zinibta - tail (MD 159, 169, 167)
Maalula
ḏenpa - Schwanz (GNDM 22)
Turoyo
danwo - Schwanz (tail) (RW 113)
Arabic
ḏanab­- - tail (Lane 980, BK 1 784)
Sabaic
ḏnb - to rout enemy (SD 39)
May be derived from this root with the meaning shift.
Geez
zanab - tail, anus (CDG 640)
Tigre
zänäb, zännäb - tail, scarf (WTS 500)
Amharic
zänäb - tail (AED 1651)
According to Leslau [CDG 640], from Gez. (no argumentation given); cf. zäläb id. [CDG 1608] with ­l­, which Leslau also considers a loan from Gez. [CDG 640] (cf., however, [Leslau Loanwords 34], where the same word is considered an Arabism).
Mehri
ḏənūb - tail (ML 81)
Attested sparsely in MTjŠ, alongside the other term for the concept, namely, ḏēl (Kogan 2015:522). The later term is, however, not attested in SAE III and IV, where ḏənūb is the only exponent for the meaning.
Jibbali
ḏúnúb - tail (JL 47)
Harsusi
ḏenēb - tail (HL 28)
Soqotri
dónib, dénob - tail (LS 130, CSOL I 529, CSOL II 448)