Approaches to Arabic Dialects: A Collection of Articles by Martine Haak, Rudolf Jong, Professor of Arabic and Islam
By Martine Haak, Rudolf Jong, Professor of Arabic and Islam Kees Versteegh
This quantity brings jointly 22 contributions to the learn of Arabic dialects, from the Maghreb to Iraq via authors, who're all famous for his or her paintings during this box. It underscores the significance of alternative theoretical methods to the research of dialects, constructing new frameworks for the examine of version and alter within the dialects, whereas providing new information on dialects (e.g., of Jaffa, Southern Sinai, Nigeria, South Morocco and Mosul) and cross-dialectal comparisons (e.g., at the female gender and on relative clauses). This assortment is gifted to Manfred Woidich, the most eminent students within the box of Arabic dialectology.
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Manchester: University of Manchester. Tilmatine, Mohamed. 1999 “Substrat et convergences: Le berbère et l’arabe nordafricain”. 99–119. Vanhove, Martine. 1993. “Note sur le dialecte q6ltu de Dhala' (province de Lahej, Yémen)”. 175–199. Vicente, Ángeles. 2000. El dialecto árabe de Anjra (norte de Marruecos): Estudio lingüístico y textos. Zaragoza: Universidad de Zaragoza. This page intentionally left blank VARIABILITY REPRODUCED: A VARIATIONIST VIEW OF THE [˛ π ]/[Î] OPPOSITION IN MODERN ARABIC DIALECTS* Enam al-Wer University of Essex, UK 1.
Seit dieser Zeit wuchs die Bevölkerung wieder an. 000. Darunter sind natürlich viele Araber, die wegen der großen Anziehungskraft Yàfas aus anderen Gebieten Israels, der Westbank und sogar Ägyptens zugezogen sind. 3 Es handelt sich um 'Ali i“-”aràyi', geb. 1942 in Kufr 'Àna, 11 km östlich von Yàfa und seine Frau aus Íarafand il-'Amàr, 5 km nordwestlich von ir-Ramle. Alle Angaben zu den Dorfdialekten in diesem Artikel stammen von diesen beiden Informanten. 4 Nur wenige Dörfer hatten winzige christliche Minderheiten.
In comparison however, the Biyyàµiyya case is baﬄing. For no apparent linguistic beneﬁt, it disregards the time-honoured constraint of economy in language change. De Jong’s proposal that external social factors such as group identity may account for the anomaly of the Biyyàµiyya system is plausible, especially when one considers that the name of the tribe itself contains the emphatic interdental sound. Take the following example for an analogy. In Amman, the sound [g] has largely lost ground to ["], but traditional Jordanian names are immune to this transition.