Semitic Languages: Outline of a Comparative Grammar

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Peeters Publishers, 2001 - 780 עמודים
The first comparative grammar of the Semitic languages, by H. Zimmern, was published a hundred years ago and the last original work of this kind was issued in Russian in 1972 by B.M. Grande. The present grammar, designed to come out in the centenary of the completion of Zimmern's work, fills thus a gap. Besides, it is based on both classical and modern Semitic languages, it takes new material of these last decades into account, and situates the Semitic languages in the wider context of Afro-Asiatic. The introduction briefly presents the languages in question. The main parts of the work are devoted to phonology, morphology, and syntax, with elaborate charts and diagrams. Then follows a discussion of fundamental questions related to lexicographical analysis. The study is supplemented by a glossary of linguistic terms used in Semitics, by a selective bibliography, by a general index, and by an index of words and forms. The book is the result of twenty-five years of research and teaching in comparative Semitic grammar.
 

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PREFACE
15
SEMITIC LANGUAGES
21
ProtoSemitic
42
Classification of Semitic Languages
48
East Semitic
55
West Semitic
59
South Semitic
81
PHONOLOGY
101
E Stems and Voices
386
F Infinitive and participle
424
Adverbs
462
Adverbs of Time
468
Connective and Deictic Particles
480
SYNTAX
491
Nominal Phrases
504
LEXICON
555

H Elision
203
Case Inflection
259
E The States of the Noun
272
F Adjectives
285
Verbs
339
Moods
359
Actor Affixes
367
GLOSSARY OF SELECTED LINGUISTIC TERMS
589
BIBLIOGRAPHY
609
GENERAL INDEX
663
Pronouns
665
INDEX OF WORDS AND FORMS
705
TABLES MAPS AND TEXT FIGURES
779
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