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bgdkpt in loanwords in Early Classical Arabic
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Yusuf B Gursey
2017-06-09 14:53:11 UTC
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bgdkpt in loanwords in Early Classical Arabic. Did anyone notice
the lack of expression of bgdkpt rules - lenition of Aramaic / Hebrew
stops - in loans in Early Classical Arabic, such as the religious
vocabulary of the Quran? They are expressed in later loanwords
such as tilmi:*dh*. Any exceptions? Studies? Comments?
Yusuf B Gursey
2017-06-10 10:50:15 UTC
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On Friday, June 9, 2017 at 5:53:13 PM UTC+3, Yusuf B Gursey wrote:

Ahamd Al-Jallad pointed out that he has a footnote on this
in his article Graeco-Arabica I. He concludes that the Aramaic
near Arabia didn't have spiriniaztion.
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bgdkpt in loanwords in Early Classical Arabic. Did anyone notice
the lack of expression of bgdkpt rules - lenition of Aramaic / Hebrew
stops - in loans in Early Classical Arabic, such as the religious
vocabulary of the Quran? They are expressed in later loanwords
such as tilmi:*dh*. Any exceptions? Studies? Comments?
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