Query : Arabic Grammatical Tradition
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Ẓarf and mafʿūl fī-hi: Really Two of a Kind? Some Notes on Zaǧǧāǧī’s Treatment
International audience This paper investigates the categories of ẓarf and mafʿūl fī-hi as they occur in the Arabic grammatical tradition. The analysis of some passages and examples from Ibn al-Sarrāǧ’s ʾUṣūl and Zaǧǧāǧī’s Ǧumal lead us to conclude that these two terms are not synonyms: ẓarf indicate...
The summary of Arabic grammar by Zamal šarEU-level
, one of the largest Arabic grammar in the 14th century, is the author of the Mufa-al, a major piece of Arabic grammatical tradition that will be the subject of many comments for centuries. He is also the author of the ‘Unmū-a”, which, for the first time, will find a fully vocalised Arabic version o...
The impossible definition of the word in the Arabic grammatical tradition: the apories of Ra-Dīn al-Astarābādhus
Conference Proceedings<br />First Colloquium on Arabic Linguistics : The word in Arabic, nature, type, forms, .<br />ACTINT
The Andalusian legacy of al-Zaǧǧāǧī's Ǧumal
Scholars in the Arabic Grammatical Tradition have mainly been focusing their attention on the formative stage of the Arabic grammatical theory (2nd-4th/8th-10th centuries). This dissertation aims at broadening the scope and is intended to contribute to our knowledge of this discipline at the post-cl...
Mais que vient donc faire Yaḥyā al-naḥwī ici ? Sur une citation du Lisān al-‘Arab d’Ibn Manẓūr
International audience Article n-ḥ-’alif of Ibn Manẓūr’s (d. 711/1311) Lisān al-‘Arab opens with a quote from ʾAzharī’s (d. 370-980) Tahḏīb al-luġa mentioning Greek art of grammar and the character of Yaḥyā al-naḥwī/Yuḥannā al-ʾIskandarānī, i.e. Johannes or John of Alexandria, also called the Gramma...
Grammatical standard and linguistic description: the case of Arabic
Generally speaking, the grammatical tradition is either disparaged or venerated, but never questioned. In analyzing the Arab grammar tradition we are trying to better define the contributions and especially the dead ends brought about by regarding tradition as sacred. The result is a severing from t...
The ‘Greek hypothesis’ and the debate on the origins of the Arabic grammatical tradition
The issue of Greek influence on the origins of the Arabic grammatical tradition has been the subject of recurrent debate since the end of the 19th century. After clarifying the wording, that article seeks to summarise the positions at issue and to examine their main arguments and then to illustrate...
The study of the hypothetical sentence in classical Arabic according to medieval grammatical treatises (2nd /8 th - 8th /14th centuries)
The study of the hypothetical sentence according to medieval Arabic grammatical treatises, consists in deconstructing the manner in which this type of sentence was conceived by the classical grammarians. The latter, central figures in the linguistic field, have largely contributed to grammatical tho...
The Arabic grammatical tradition taught in French-speaking environments: problems with synchronic and diachronic markers
Siwa and its significance for Arabic dialectology
International audience Siwi is best known for being the easternmost Berber language, but includes a very substantial Arabic stratum. The q reflex of qāf and the final ʾimāla of -ā to -ī in loanwords alone suffice to establish that most of this influence derives neither from Bedouin dialects nor from...
Un’elegia in giudeo-arabo di Sicilia per il massacro di Noto e Modica del 1474 (Ms. Parm. 1741 della Biblioteca Palatina di Parma)
In questo studio si fornisce l'editio princeps di una qīnah in giudeo-arabo, scritta in caratteri ebraici, riferita al massacro degli ebrei perpetrato a Noto e Modica (in Sicilia) nel 1474. La qīnah, pubblicta qui per la prima volta nella sua interezza, sia nel testo originale che nella sua traduzio...
Hissing, Gnashing, Piercing, Cracking: Naming Vowels In Medieval Hebrew
The modern names for the Hebrew vowels (qameṣ, pataḥ, segol, ṣere, ḥiriq/ḥireq, ḥolem, shuruq/shureq, qibbuṣ/qubbuṣ) are derived from a variety of medieval sources. The pair of qameṣ and pataḥ are the oldest, both having evolved in the earliest stages of Masoretic analysis of vocalisation. The remai...
Nasals in Arabic verb suffixes. Major trends, specificities and links to the post-verbal element -n(n)-
International audience In standard Arabic, verb suffixes may include a nasal in some (grammatical) persons: 2-3PL. (M and/or F) on the one hand, 2F.SG on the other. But, with the exception of the 2F.PL (always -na), verb suffixes exhibit a variety of forms depending on conjugation (perfect vs imperf...
On interaction between external and internal markers in expressing aspect in Arabic dialect varieties.
International audience Themes, preverbs and particles partake in expressing aspectual notions. In this paper we will study the distribution of these markers and their grammatical and semantic compatibilities (when it is possible to retrace their etymology) with the two aspects inherent to the themes...
A Comparative Study of Ngapsahi Analysis and Tagmemic Analysis on Arabic Texts in Kitab Kuning
There are various traditions used in interpreting a book or kitab. One of the models of interpreting kitab kuning used in pesantren is Ngapsahi. This is a creative and effective model using grammatical markers. Actually, the analysis of the grammatical markers has been used by western linguists, alt...
PENERJEMAHAN ARAB-JAWA TRADISI PESANTREN PADA KARYA KITAB-KITAB KLASIK: ANALISIS FUNGSI
The aims of education in Javanese pesantren is generally to transmit the teachings of Islam. Its teaching system to this day still refers to the Arabic classic books al-kutubul-mu`tabara (KKbA). In order for KKbA to be understood by the general public, there is an effort to translate it into Javanes...
« The Motivation of the Linguistic Sign in the Arabic Grammatical Tradition ». in Nobile, L. Towards a History of Sound Symbolic Theories, John Benjamins.
The ‘akalū-ni l-barā-ī-syndrome’ and the ambiguities of the Arabic grammatical tradition
Between Arabic grammar and Arabic grammar. Hours and misunderstandings of the nominal sentence
Despite superficial similarities, the nominal sentence (Jumla ismiyya) of the Arabic grammatical tradition has little to do with what is agreed to be named in general language since at least Meillet (1906). It is not characterised by the absence of a verb or copule, but by a thematic word structur...