Grammar and Semantics in Medieval Arabic: A Study of Ibn-Hisham's 'Mughni L-Labib'
The study focuses on a famous work by a mediaeval Arab grammarian who was once called the 'second Sibawayhi' (the pioneer of Arabic grammatical studies).
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Historical and epistemological considerations
Ibn Hisham and his position as a grammarian in ML
Polemical categories in Chapter Five of ML
the grammarians stockintrade
ii The particles in ML
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Abu Hayyan According to I-H accusative/dependent adverb al-Jurjanl al-Suyuti al-Zamakhshari allahu analysis appears Arabic grammar Arabic language argument Carter century A.H. chapter cites concerned conditional context convey coordination defmite discussion earlier elements elided elision evidence function further grammarians grammatical grammatical form hadha hamza haqiqa hatta huruf I-H adds I-H notes i'rab Ibn Khaldun Ibn Malik Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya idafa idea idha ijma illa illustration important instance interest interpretation interrogative Islamic issue jussive jussive mood kana kayfa lafz later linguistic ma'na majaz meaning medieval Arabic mufradat negation object occasions occurs particle particular poetry preceding predicate preposition pronoun qa'imun qama qiyas Qur'an reconstructed reference rhetoricians sacred texts scholars semantic semantically connected sense sentence Sharh significant situational example Slbawayhi speech structure suggest synonymy syntax taqdir term underlying verb verse Versteegh words Zayd zaydun