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The Semitic Languages
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adjectives Akkadian Amorite analogy anaptyxis ancient appears assimilation attested Biblical Aramaic biconsonantal Canaanite century A.D. classical Arabic Comparative Grammar consonantal consonants corresponds derived stems dialects diphthongs dissimilation doubled second radical dual e.g. Akk e.g. Heb element Ethiopic feminine ending final vowel fricative gemination gen./acc Hamito-Semitic Hebrew Hebrew Syriac Arabic inscriptions linguistic long vowel Mandaean masc masculine Masoretic matres lectionis mimation modern South Arabian morphemes Nabataean North-West Semitic nouns nunation occurs Old Akkadian Old Babylonian original participle person plural person singular pharyngals Phoenician phonetic plosives prefix-conjugation preterite pronoun pronunciation Proto Proto-Semitic Proto-Semitic forms qabir root second millennium B.C. Semitic area Semitic languages semivowel short vowels simple stem Soden South Arabian South Semitic stative stem with prefix stress suffixes symbols Syriac Tell Amarna glosses themes third person third radical Ugaritic unstressed variant various languages verbal verbs vocalization voiceless vowel harmony West Semitic yaqburu