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Kriwis
Posted 2010-01-02 03:50 (#73672 - in reply to #73671)
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VirginijusD - 2010-01-02 2:59 AM

Hati vyrai turi bronzinius ginklus, Masa vyrai nendrines lazdas. Jie kovoja ir Hati vyrai nugali. 

Keista būtų, jei nugalėtų Masa...

p.s. Į galvą šovė kvaila mintis - viena iš "kalavijas" reikšmių lietuvių kalboje - "pelkių, ežerų, upių augalas panašiais į kalaviją lapais, ajeras (Acorus calamus)"... (LKŽ)

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Dar ir "vilkdalgis ". Bet klausimą apie "Acorus calamus" pragvildenti labai įdomu. :sm37: 


Kiek suprantu nelengva čia atsekti "šaknis" žodžio.
Cognates of the Latin word calamus are found in both Greek (kalamos, meaning "reed") and Sanskrit (kalama, meaning "reed" and "pen" as well as a sort of rice) — strong evidence that the word is older than all three languages and exists in their parent language, Proto-Indo European. The Arabic word qalam (meaning "pen") is likely to have been borrowed from one of these languages in antiquity, or directly from Indo-European itself.
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Lietuviškas terminas gali būti ir gana vėlyvas vertinys iš lotynų. Pas mus labiau paplitęs ajeras. Beje pas rusus Аир обыкновенный,pas baltarusius Аер-Народныя назвы: ірны корань, шувар, касатар, явар, ярай, яір, ярнік, татарнік.
O ši užuomina vistiek gražina atgal:
In Japan, the plant is a symbol of the samurai's bravery because of its sharp sword-like leaves. 
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