Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics, Volume 4
C. H. M. Versteegh, Mushira Eid
Brill, 2006 - Arabic language
A major new multi-volume reference work, the Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics. A unique collaboration of over hundreds of scholars from around the world, the Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics covers all relevant aspects of the study of Arabic and deals with all levels of the language (pre-Classical Arabic, Classical Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic, Arabic vernaculars, mixed varieties of Arabic).
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Abū according agreement appears Arabian Arabic poetry become borrowed Cairo called century Classical Arabic clause common consonants constructions context definite derived dialects early elements ending English errors example expressed fact feminine final French function given grammar Group indicate instance Islam known language later lexical linguistic loanwords marked masc meaning morphology Muslim nature nominal noun object occur original pattern Persian person phonetic phrase plural poetry position present Press pronoun REFERENCES relative represented result root rules script semantic Semitic sense sentence similar singular sound SOURCES South speakers specific speech spoken Standard Arabic stress structure suffix syllable syntactic Table theory tion topic tradition translation Turkish University usually varieties verb verbal vowel words writing written