Studies in Semitic Philology

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BRILL, 1977 - 597 sider
 

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BiConsonantal Nouns of Roots III w ab ah ham
124
A Case of Quantitative Ablaut in Semitic Broken Plurals
131
On Two Cases of Consonant Change in Modern Arabic
154
Concerning the BorderLine between Consonant
160
The 3rd Pers Sing Fem of the Perfect of Roots III
168
The PluralEnding ūt of Masculine Attributive Adjectives
181
The Forms of the Imperative and Jussive in the Semitic
195
Genetic Aspects of the Genitive in the Semitic Languages
209
Arabic matam Mourning Assembly and Related Etyma
500
B Arabic ayyim Widow
505
Akkadian kipru um Pl kiprātu m and Ethiopic kanfar
508
Aramaic mºsar NeoHebraic māsar to surrender some one
513
An Arabic Parallel to benedicere
517
NorthSemitic hayyimn Life in the Light of Arabic
525
The Biblical Concept The Treasure of Life and Its Survival in Mandaean and Christian Doctrines
533
The Root hwy to be a ProtoSemitic Verb
540

The Syntactic Background of Semitic Nouns with Prefix
232
The Infinitive in the Function of Psychological Predicate
261
The Expression of Instantaneousness in Arabic with
267
Some specific Forms of Hypotaxis in Ancient Arabic
295
Syriac dalmā lest perhaps and Some Related Arabic
322
Arabic lakin na and Related Expressions
338
An Arabic SentenceType Expressing Inner Compulsion?
347
The Idea of Possession in Linguistic Expression
357
Arabic Parallels to the English Phrase I am Friends with
374
Expressions Based on the Noun yawm Day
390
Arabic aslama Islām and Related Terms
434
Muḥammads
455
Semitic Instances of Linguistic Taboo
465
The Onomatopoetic Origin of Some Terms for the Con cept Sudden
483
Arabic kafā kfy kaffa
491
Arabic ad ana
544
The Origin of Arabic gayr other than
545
Hebrew raq only raig
547
An Arabic Cognate of Ugaritic gmrm
550
The NonTechnical Origin of the Arabic Rhetorical Term tawriyah
552
The Arabic and SouthSemitic Root baḥuta to be pure unmixed
554
The Origin of Aramaic dºmā to be like to resemble
556
Verbs derived from the Noun qašst bow
559
The Use of the perfect Tense in the Conditional Sentences of Arabic
563
The EarlyArabic Term āfat Damage Used in the Sense of Sin
572
Alqamahs Warning of the Approach of an Enemy
574
The Original Meaning of a Man leaves his Father and Mother Genesis 224
593
Addendum to Chapter 25
596
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