Grammar of the Arabic Language

Grammar of the Arabic Language

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 2008 edition. Excerpt: ...indicate one and the same person. These two may both be appended to the verb, the suflix of the lst pers. naturally preceding that of the 2d or 3d, and the suffix of the 188. Sometimes, however, we find the pronominal object expressed, not by the accusative suflixes attached to the verb, 'G but by the genitive suffixes appended to the word 'iycents'z (which never occurs alone). The following are the compound pronouns thus formed. REM. b. (dialectically lib) seems to be derived from the radical '_, -)1, whence the cognate word a sign, the figure or bodg (of anything), which is identical with the Hebrew I158 (for DIN), Hebrew as a pronoun, but with a wider range than Cl', since it is frequently prefixed to definite nouns in the accusative. In later Hebrew and in Samaritan its use is even less restricted than in biblical Hebrew, for it is connected with prepositions in such phrases as Di'? '.l'llNI_l.. Samar. FIQ1" on that same dag; F-iJ: '1N _l, Sam. T11T7'_l_2 in that same land. The Ethiopic uses kiga with the pronominal suflixes exactly as the Arabic does til, but whether the two words are radically connected is doubtful, though the form 1:9 may be the connecting link between them. fi 189. These sufiixes compounded with are used in two 08.865. a) Very frequently, but not always (see . 187), when two suflixes would otherwise have to be appended to the same verb; / of /c/E b) When the pronoun is, for the sake of emphasis, placed d) The nomen de-monstrativum, or Demonstrative Pronoun, REM. a. The sufiix attached to G! is always that which would occupy the second place, if appended td the verb. In certain cases this form alone is used, either for the sake of precision or of euphonyshow more

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  • 9781236914330