By Lutz Edzard, Jan Retso
This selection of articles emanates from the panel present concerns within the research of Semitic Grammar and Lexicon, which used to be held on the college of Oslo on June three and four, 2004 in cooperation with the college of Gothenburg. The papers amassed during this quantity conceal theoretical views on comparative Semitic, Arabic, and Hebrew linguistics to the sensible program of philological how you can historical, medieval, and glossy texts. The contributions are ordered in 3 sections: I. Afroasiatic, Comparative Semitic, and Arabic; II. local Arabic Grammatical thought and glossy Linguistic and Literary concept utilized to Arabic; and III. Classical Hebrew and Aramaic. The members are: Andrzej Zaborski, Krakow; Jan Retso, Gothenburg; Kjell Magne Yri, Oslo; Lutz Edzard, Oslo; Ramzi Baalbaki, Beirut; Pierre Larcher, Aix-en-Provence; Rasoul al-Khafaji, Gothenburg; Helene Kammensjo, Gothenburg; Judith Josephson, Gothenburg, Werner Diem, Koln; Rolf Furuli, Oslo; Hallvard Hagelia, Kristiansand.
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Zaborski, Andrzej, forthcoming d. " In: L. Kogan, s. Loesov et al. ), Gedenkschrift LM. Diakonoff. d Markers of the Prefix Conjugation in Arabic Dialects. A Prelinrinaiy Consideration Jan RetsOf University of Gothenburg The modern spoken forms of Arabic show two basic types of numbergender-mood markers (henceforth NGM) relevant from a Semitic perspective: ﺥ. ün -C3-0 ﻵ. i y itb CivCa-in CiŸCs-ün C1ŸC3-0 -C2-in -C2-Un - ح2- <( اï ) itb ^٩٠u)m i y - حï >) 3-1) -C3-U (<) ة -C3-0 Ci^C 3"i (<ï) C 1ŸC3-U (<ü) C1ŸC3-0 -C2"i (<ï) -C2-U (<ü) -C2-i (<ï) We here for a moment disregard some smaller dialect groups on the Arabian peninsula and adjacent areas of the bedouin type which show some idiosyncratic formations, like -am/-um instead of §u(n) (Rosenhouse 1984: 91, 93).