Elements of Syriac Grammar by an Inductive Method

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C. Scribner's sons, 1891 - Syriac language - 209 pages
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Contents

Linea Occultans 12 Mehagyono and Marhetono
11
Rebbuy 14 Accent 15 The Accents
12
Syllables
13
Kinds of Syllables 18 Assimilation
14
Occultation
15
Addition 21 Transposition
16
Permutation
17
Rejection
18
Otiose Letters
20
Quiescence
21
Peculiarities of Gutturals
23
Peculiarities of Wau and Yudh 28 Quantity of Vowels
24
Euphony of Vowels
25
Loss of Vowels 81 The HalfVowel
29
Shifting of Vowels
30
New Vowels
31
Part SecondEtymology 34 Inseparable Particles
32
Personal Pronouns 36 Pronominal Suffixes
34
Demonstrative Pronouns 38 Relative and Possessive Pronouns 39 The Interrogative Pronouns
35
The Strong Verb 41 Verb Stems
36
General View of the Verb Stems 43 The Pal Perfect
38
The Remaining Perfects
41
The Pal Imperfect
42
Pal Imperfects in A and
44
The Remaining Imperfects
45
The Imperative 49 The Infinitives 50 The Participles
47
The Verb with Suffixes
48
Guttural Verbs
53
Pe Nun Verbs 54 EE Verbs
54
Pe Olaph Verbs
56
E Olaph Verbs
57
Lomadh Olaph Guttural Verbs
58
Pe Yudh Verbs
60
E Wau Verbs 60 Lomadh Olaph Verbs
64
Doubly Weak Verbs
67
Quadriliterals 64 Anomalous and Defective Verbs
68
Ith and Layt 66 Inflection and Classification of Nouns
71
Nouns with one Short Vowel 68 Nouns with two Short Vowels 69 Nouns with one Short and one Long Vowel
72
Nouns with one Long and one Short Vowel 71 Nouns with two Long Vowels
76
Nouns with the Second Radical Doubled 73 Nouns with one or more Radicals Doubled
77
Nouns formed by Prefixes
78
Nouns formed by Affixes
79
Gender Number and State
80

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