Words

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ẓ̂aˁ - IV. to catch up (LS 361, CSOL I 483, CSOL II)
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ẓ̂aˁ - a goat two years old (LS 363, CSOL I 699, CSOL II)
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ẓ̂óˁob - to bite (LS 363, CSOL II)

ẓ̂aʕab is the main exponent of the meaning "to bite", as illustrated by such examples as ʕouyɛ́ghɛn ẓ̂áʕab tódi díʔyhe di-biyyo 'A baby bit the breast of his mother'. There are three attestations of this verb in the Vienna corpus, but none is indicative of its basic status.

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ẓ̂ábˁah - hyena (LS 360)
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ẓ̂ébaṭ - to catch (LS 360, CSOL II)
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ẓ̂ö́bot - to pour milk into a shaking skin to make it into curds (CSOL II)
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ẓ̂ef - II to arrange a wedding or a circumcision feast; to slaughter animals for a feast (LS 361, CSOL I 701, CSOL II)
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ẓ̂afóri - a wall built of two rows of stones (LS 356, CSOL II)
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ẓ̂ágəm - cheek (Simeone-Senelle–Lonnet 1985‒1986:295, 1991:1479)
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ẓ̂uhr/ḏ̣uhr - midi (noon) (LS 361)

borrowed from Arabic