1 to buy
1 to sell
1 to be bought
1 to be sold
LS2: 359. DJPA: 171b. DJBA: 398b. Jastrow: 379. Drower/Macuch: 161b. J. Payne-Smith: 109. DNWSI: 303.
"Purchase" and "sale" are two different words in many languages; in Aramaic zbn can be used for either perspective, and there is little reason to assume (cf. DNWSI) that there might be different noun-formations involved in early dialects. By the time of Syriac, however, given the existence of the explicit D v.n zwbn, this form might be limited to the idea of "buying."
However, the number of noun formations actually attested is uncertain; see s.v. zbn#3 n.m.
LS2: 363. DJPA: 171b. Drower/Macuch: 161b. DNWSI: 305.
A phonetic variant of zmn. See also s.v. bzbn adv.
LS2: 363. DJPA: 171b. Drower/Macuch: 161a. J. Payne-Smith: 109f. DNWSI: 305.
DJBA: 406a. J. Payne-Smith: 110.