Compendious Syriac grammar
This quality Eisenbrauns reprint of Crichton's 1904 translation of Noldeke's Kurzgefasste Syrische Grammatik incorporates for the first time Anton Schall's transcription of the great Semitist's original, handwritten supplementary material. Noldeke outlines in great detail the orthography, phonology, morphology, and syntax of Syriac.
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PART FIRST ORTHOGRAPHY AND PHONOLOGY I ORTHOGRAPHY 1 Form of the Letters
Disposition of Words
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2nd rad 2nd radical 3rd pi 3rd rad Abstract nouns adjective adverbs alongside analogy Aphr apocr appears Aramaic Bar Hebraeus Bedjan belong clause consonant constr construction copula denote doubling East-Syrian emph enclitic Ephr Ethpaal Ethpeel Ettaphal examples expression farther feminine finite verb formation frequently Genitive Greek guttural Hebrew ibid Impf Impt instances intransitive Isaac Land Lond loot Luke Mart masc Matt meaning Moes Nestorian Noldeke occur ooot original Pael and Aphel Participles Peal Pael Perf Personal Pronoun Philox plural prefixes prepositions pronunciation Quadriliterals rarely reflexive relative clause secondary form sentence sh'va short vowel Similarly sing singular sometimes Spic stands strong verb substantive suff suffixes syllable Syriac tert tertiae thee thing usual verbal verbs primae vocalisation words written ZDMG