By Manuel Sartori, Manuela E. B. Giolfo, Philippe Cassuto
This quantity contains the reflections of top researchers on Arabic and Semitic languages, additionally understood as structures and representations. The paintings first bargains with Biblical Hebrew, Early Aramaic, Afroasiatic and Semitic. Its middle makes a speciality of morpho-syntactic, semantic, pragmatic, rhetoric and common sense issues, exhibiting Arabic grammar's position in the method of the sciences of language. within the moment half, authors take care of lexical matters, sooner than they discover dialectology. The final cease is a mirrored image on how Arabic linguistics might hinder the certainty of the Arabs' personal grammatical thought and the educating and studying of Arabic.
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Additional info for Approaches to the History and Dialectology of Arabic: Papers in Honor of Pierre Larcher
Muslims and Christians at their First Encounter. Arabic Papyri from the Erzherzog Rainer Collection Austrian National Library / nuṣūṣ al-ʿaṣr al-ʾislāmī al-qadīm, almuslimūn wa-l-masīḥiyyūn fī liqāʾī-him al-ʾawwal, bardiyyāt ʿarabiyya min maǧmūʿat ʾIrzīrzūǧ Raynir al-maktaba l-waṭaniyya l-namsāwiyya by Lejla Demiri and Cornelia Römer (éds). Vienne: Phoibos Verlag (“Nilus Studien zur Kultur Ägyptens und des Vorderen Orients”, 15) (2009). Arabica 61/1: 186–189. Review of Actes de vente d’esclaves et d’animaux d’Égypte médiévale by Yūsuf Rāġib.
Isbn: 2218-71464-7. Arabica 49/2: 258–261. Review of Parlers arabes du Fezzân. Textes, traductions et éléments de morphologie rassemblés et présentés par Philippe Marçais, Dominique Caubet, xl 26 27 linguistic bibliography of pierre larcher Aubert Martin et Laurence Denooz by Philippe Marçais. , isbn: 2-87019-281-9. Arabica 49/4: 513–515. Review of Qui est arabophone? by Elie Kallas. ) (1999), 139 p. Arabica 49/4: 515– 517. Review of Mittelalterliche arabische Sprachbetrachtung zwischen Grammatik und Rhetorik.
Based on sources like the K. al-Ġarīb almuṣannaf by ʾAbū ʿUbayd al-Qāsim b. Sallām (d. 224/838), the K. Ǧamharat alluġa by Ibn Durayd (d. 321/933), and the Dīwān al-ʾadab by al-Fārābī (d. 350/961), Weipert conducts a semantic study that reveals that more than two-thirds of ʾufʿūlatun pattern words belong to a single semantic field related to speech acts and human forms of verbal expression. He then shows that the last third is in fact composed by quite a few old, genuine Arabic words of unknown etymology, some foreign words, and a small number of feminine nouns or singulatives (nomina unitatis) derived from the noun form ʾufʿūlun.
Approaches to the History and Dialectology of Arabic: Papers in Honor of Pierre Larcher by Manuel Sartori, Manuela E. B. Giolfo, Philippe Cassuto
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