A Coptic grammar: with chrestomathy and glossary : Sahidic dialect
A reference tool for students of the classical dialect of Sahidic which was used in literary texts between the 4th and 8th centuries and was the standard language for orthodox ecclesiastical and monastic Christianity. Layton avoids all jargon and non-standard legal, scientific or magical texts, in order to provide a carefully explained grammar that is easy to use.
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Morph and Syllable
Boundness Adjacent Dependency as a Feature of Morphs
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2d person Acts adverbial clause adverbial modifier allomorphs anok ApophPatr article phrase bound group cboa circumstantial clause circumstantial conversion cleft sentence conjugation bases conjunctive Coptic direct object durative sentence eboa enclitic entity statement entity term epo-oy epo-q expanded expressed fern focal point focalizing conversion function Further examples gboa gendered common noun grammatical grammatical gender Greco-Coptic infinitive Jesus John lexeme lexical Lord Luke M-nNoyTe main clause Mark Matt mmay mmo-c mmo-oy MMO-q NA-q na-y Negation negative nexus morph nh-tn nn masc nominal sentence ntok ntooy NToq occur oyoN Pachomius periphrastic person/thing personal morph phoneme possessed noun predicate premodifier prenominal prepersonal preposition preterit pronoun proper noun relative clause resumptive morph Sahidic Sahidic Coptic sentence pattern ShAmel ShChass ShIII ShIV signals sing stative suffixed syllable tense textual THp-oy vb tr verb verboid vowel zero article