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Analogy in the Semitic languages

dissertation presented to the Board of University Studies of the Johns Hopkins University for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy

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        StatementIsaac Friedenwald
        PublishersIsaac Friedenwald
        LC Classifications1891
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        Paginationxvi, 71 p. :
        Number of Pages41
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The Samaritans translated their sacred books into Aramaic, writing it in a script peculiar to themselves but developed out of the old Hebrew character. The remnants of these people became the and the.

This preeminence it owes to the influence of Islam. Hamlet on a Hill: Semitic and Greek Studies Presented to Professor T.

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" Memorie del Reale Istituto Lombardo, cl. literally "saw Muhammad Farid", Muhammad saw Farid. German title: Untersuchungen zu Satztypen in den epischen Texten von Ugarit. 1987:88 Greenberg was able to show the irrelevance of physiological evidence for linguistic comparison, and showed that Chadic belonged to the Afro-Asiatic family.


Just as cultures vary vastly from region to region, so do languages. 5 Both groups form reflexive or passive verb-stems by prefixing or infixing the letter "t. Briggs, Brown, and Driver, Hebrew and English Lexicon, Oxford, 1892 et seq.