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In honour of Clive Holes on the Occasion of his Sixtieth Birthday
Edited by Enam Al-Wer and Rudolf de Jong
al-d ̣ ād ̣ , Arabic sounds, Arabic dialectology, lateral sounds Arabic is known as the language of al-d ̣ ād . This attitude is borne of the belief that the al-d ̣ ād sound exists only in Arabic. 1 However, the sound that has been used as al-d ̣ ād in recent times is not the one described by ancient
A Collection of Articles Presented as a Tribute to the Career of Bruce Ingham
Edited by Clive Holes and Rudolf de Jong
Current Parameters in Analysis and Learning
Edited by Alaa Elgibali
A Collection of Articles presented to Manfred Woidich on the Occasion of his Sixtieth Birthday
Edited by Martine Haak, Rudolf de Jong and Kees Versteegh
After many years of work on the grammar of this variety of Neo-Arabic, and having produced accurate editions of its materials, the author now undertakes the task of establishing its lexicon, both synchronically and diachronically, by listing words and idioms and trying to provide the etyma of most items.
This volume will be useful to students of Arabic dialectology and also to those concerned with any kind of literature produced in Al-Andalus, as well as to Romance scholars who may find the solution to many an etymological riddle here.
With an Introductory Essay
This lexicon surveys about 2000 Cypriot Arabic terms against the background of extensive comparative material from the Arabic dialects, Old Arabic, and colloquial and literary varieties of Aramaic. Many Cypriot Arabic terms are here cited with illustrative examples and ethnographic commentary where relevant. Cypriot Arabic is an endangered language; the present glossary is the most comprehensive lexical record of this scientifically intriguing variety of peripheral Arabic. It is primarily intended for orientalists and linguists specializing in comparative Semitics and Arabic dialectology.