Reflexes of Old Arabic */ǧ/ in the Maghrebi Dialects

in Arabica
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Abstract

The present paper discusses from a diachronic standpoint the realizations of Old Arabic */ǧ/ in the various Maghrebi dialects. It covers the following issues: reflexes of Old Arabic */ǧ/, phonetically conditioned shifts involving /ǧ/ and /ž/, discussion and conclusions. The remaining part of the study is devoted to a presentation and discussion of evidences suggesting that affricate /ǧ/ was formerly more widespread among first-layer dialects.

Reflexes of Old Arabic */ǧ/ in the Maghrebi Dialects

in Arabica

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