Encyclopedia of Arabic language and linguistics

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Encyclopedia of Arabic language and linguistics

general editor, Kees Versteegh ; associate editors, Mushira Eid ... [et al.]

Brill, 2006-2009

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Contents: v. 1. A-Ed -- v. 2. Eg-Lan -- v. 3. Lat-Pu -- v. 4. Q-Z -- v. 5. Index

Includes bibliographical references

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v. 1 ISBN 9789004144736

内容説明

The Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics is a major multi-volume reference work. It is a unique collaboration of hundreds of scholars from around the world and covers all relevant aspects of the study of Arabic, dealing with all levels of the language (pre-Classical Arabic, Classical Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic, Arabic vernaculars, mixed varieties of Arabic).

目次

Abbreviations - Acehnese - Adjective Phrase - Adjectives - Adverbs - Affrication - Afghanistan Arabic - Afro-Asiatic Languages - Agent - Agreement - 'A'id - Aktionsart - Andalus - Algeria - Algiers Arabic - Arabic Alphabet: Origin - Arabic Alphabet for Other Languages - 'Amal - Analogy - Analytic Genitive - Anaptyxis - Anatolian Arabic - Andalusi Arabic - Antiochia Arabic - Apophony - Apposition - Arabic Studies in Europe - 'Arabiyya - 'Arab - Aramaic/Syriac Loanwords - Argument - Article, Definite - Article, Indefinite - 'Asl - Aspect - Asseverative Particle - Assimilation - Automatic Language Processing - Auxiliary - Baghdad Arabic - Baghdad Arabic, Jewish - B'eri Arabic - Bahraini Arabic - Bambara - Bangladesh - Bedouin Arabic - Bedouinization - Beirut Arabic - Bengali - Berber -Berber Loanwords - Bina' - Binding - Biradicalism - Braille - Bukara-syndrome - Cairo Arabic - Cameroon Arabic - Caretaker Talk - Case Roles - Case Theory - Cataphora - Causative - Chad Arabic - Child Bilingualism - Child Language - China - Christian Middle Arabic - Cilician Arabic - Classical Arabic - Classicism - Clitic - Code-switching - Cognitive Linguistics - Coherence - Cohesion - Collective - Collocation - Colloquial - Communal Dialects - Comoros - Compounds - Computational Linguistics - Concessive Clause - Conjunctions - Connectives - Construct State - Contrastive Grammar - Convergence - Coptic - Coptic loanwords - Copula - Corpus Linguistics - Creole Arabic - Culture and Language - Cypriot Maronite Arabic - Dad - Damascus Arabic - Damir - Declension - Defective Verbs - Deixis - Demonstratives - Derivation - Determiners - Dialect Geography - Dialect Koine - Dialect Literature - Dialects: Classification - Dialects: Genesis - Diathesis - Didd - Diglossia - Diminutive - Diphthongs - Diptosis - Discourse Analysis - Dissimilation - Djibouti/Eritrea - Dysphemism - East Africa - Educated Arabic
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v. 2 ISBN 9789004144743

内容説明

The Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics is a major multi-volume reference work. It is a unique collaboration of hundreds of scholars from around the world and covers all relevant aspects of the study of Arabic, dealing with all levels of the language (pre-Classical Arabic, Classical Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic, Arabic vernaculars, mixed varieties of Arabic).

目次

Egypt, Elative, Elision, Ellipsis, Enclisis, Energicus, English, English Loanwords, Epenthesis, Epigraphy (Islamic), Ethiopia, Ethiopic Loanwords, Ethnicity and Language, Etymology, Euphemism, Europe, Exclamation, Fa'il, Fasih, Fi'l, First Language Acquisition, First Language Teaching, Focus, Foreigner Talk, French Loanwords, Fronting, Frozen Expression, Fulfulde, Functional Grammar, Gahawa-syndrome, Gemination, Gender, Glide, Government, Grammatical Tradition: Approach, Grammatical Tradition: History, Grammaticalization, Greek Loanwords, Greetings, Grounding, Gulf States, Gypsy Arabic, Hadf, Hal, Hamza, Haraka, Harf, Hassaniyya Arabic, Hausa, Himyaritic, History of Arabic, Horn of Africa, Hypercorrection, 'Ibdal, Ibero-Romance, Ibero-Romance Loanwords, Ibtida', 'Idafa, 'Idgam, 'Idmar, 'I'jaz, 'Ilga', 'Illa, 'Imala, Impersonal Verb, Implicational Scale, India, Indirect Speech, Indonesia, Indonesian/Malay, Inflection, 'Inna wa-'axawatuha, 'Insa', Insults, Interface Linguistics, Interference, Interjection, Internet, Interrogative Pronoun, Interrogative Sentences, Intonation, 'I'rab, Iran, Iraq, Ism, Ism al-Fa'il, Ism al-Fi'l, 'Isnad, Israel, Isti'ara, Istiqaq, Istitna', Italian, Italian Loanwords, 'Itbaq, Ivrit, Ivrit Loanwords, Jargon, Javanese, Jaza', Jerusalem Arabic, Jim, Jinas, Jordan, Jordanian Arabic (Amman), Juba Arabic, Judaeo-Arabic, Jumla, Kalam, Kalima, Kana wa-'axawatuha, Kanuri, Kaskasa and Kaskasa, Kazakh, Khartoum Arabic, Khuzestan Arabic, Kinaya, Kinship Terms, Ki-Nubi, Kufic, Kurdish, Kuwaiti Arabic, Labiovelarisation, Lafd , Lahn, Language Academies, Language and Gender, Language Attitudes, Language Contact, Language Impairment, Language Loss, Language Pathology, Language Policies and Planning, Language Shift: Amazigh
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v. 3 ISBN 9789004144750

内容説明

The Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics is a major multi-volume reference work. It is a unique collaboration of hundreds of scholars from around the world and covers all relevant aspects of the study of Arabic, dealing with all levels of the language (pre-Classical Arabic, Classical Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic, Arabic vernaculars, mixed varieties of Arabic).

目次

Latin America Latin Loanwords Leveling Lexical Variation: Modern Standard Arabic Lexicography: Bilingual Dictionaries Lexicography: Classical Arabic Lexicography: Monolingual Dictionaries Lexicon: Matrix and Etymon Model Libya Lingua Franca Linguistics and Arabic Lisan Literacy Locatives Luga Madi/Mudari' Maf'ul Maf'ul Fihi Magrebi Mahmul Majaz Majhura/Mahmusa Malegasy Malayalam Mali Malta Maltese Ma'na Masdar Mauritania Mawdu' Meccan Arabic Mechanisms of Linguistic Change Media Media Arabic Metathesis Meter Middle Arabic Middle Verbs Mimation Minimalism Modal Verbs Modern Standard Arabic Mood (Arabic Dialects) Mood (Standard Arabic) Moroccan Arabic Morocco Morphology Muhaqqaq Multilingualism Mustarak Mutaradif Najdi Arabic Nasalization Nasta'liq Nasx Nationalism and Language Nawasix Negation Negev Arabic Neo-Aramaic Nigeria Nisba Nominal Clauses Nominalization North America Northwest Arabian Arabic Northwest Semitic Languages Noun Noun Phrase Nubian Number Numerals Nunation Object, Absolute Obligatory Contour Principle Old Arabic (Epigraphic) Omani Arabic Optimality Theory Orality Ottoman Empire Pakistan Palaeography Palatalization Palestinian Arabic Paronomasia Participle Parts of Speech Passive Passive (Syntax) Pausal Forms Performatives Persian Persian Loanwords Personal Pronoun (Arabic Dialects) Personal Pronoun (Standard Arabic) Phonetics Phonological Merger Phonological Split Phonology Phonology: metrical Phonotactics Phraseology Pidgin Arabic: Bongor Arabic Pidginization Poetic Koine Poetic License Polarity Politeness Political Discourse and Language Possession Pragmatics Predicate Pre-Islamic Arabic Prepositions Presentatives Pro-drop Pronominalization Proper Names Prosody Prothetic Vowel Proverb Pseudodual Pseudoverb Punctuation
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v. 4 ISBN 9789004144767

内容説明

The Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics is a major multi-volume reference work. It is a unique collaboration of hundreds of scholars from around the world and covers all relevant aspects of the study of Arabic, dealing with all levels of the language (pre-Classical Arabic, Classical Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic, Arabic vernaculars, mixed varieties of Arabic).

目次

VOLUME FOUR (Q - Y) Q Qaf (Lutz Edzard) ......................................................................................................................... 1-3 Qira+/-at (Mustafa Shah) .................................................................................................................. 4-11 Qiyas (Miklos Maroth) ................................................................................................................. 11-14 Quantifi er (Peter Hallman) ............................................................................................................ 14-20 Qur+/-an (Muhammad Abdel Haleem) ............................................................................................. 21-31 R Rajaz (Jaakko Hameen-Anttila) .................................................................................................... 32-37 Reanalysis (Mohssen Esseesy) ....................................................................................................... 37-43 Reciprocals (Joost Kremers) .......................................................................................................... 43-45 Redundancy (Ali Farghaly) ............................................................................................................ 45-50 Reduplication (Dina El Zarka) ...................................................................................................... 50-53 Refl exives (Joost Kremers) ............................................................................................................. 53-57 Register (Reem Bassiouney) ........................................................................................................... 57-60 Relative Clause (Mustafa Mughazy) ............................................................................................. 60-70 Relative Pronoun (Arabic Dialects) (Angeles Vicente) ................................................................... 70-72 Religion and Language (Stefan Reichmuth) ................................................................................... 72-80 Resumption (Joseph Aoun) ........................................................................................................... 80-85 Rhyme (Soheir G. Mahfouz) ......................................................................................................... 86-92 Root (Petr Zemanek) ..................................................................................................................... 93-98 Ruq a (Adam Gacek) ..................................................................................................................... 98-100 S Sabab (Michael G. Carter) ............................................................................................................ 101-102 Saj (Gert Borg) ............................................................................................................................. 103-106 Ian ani Arabic (Janet Watson) ....................................................................................................... 106-115 Sandhi (Robert D. Hoberman) ...................................................................................................... 115-118 Iarf (Joyce Akesson) ...................................................................................................................... 118-122 Saudi Arabia (Bruce Ingham) ........................................................................................................ 123-130 Script and Art (Adam Gacek) ........................................................................................................ 130-138 Second Language Acquisition (Mohammad T. Alhawary) ............................................................ 138-146 Second Language Teaching (Helle Lykke Nielsen) ........................................................................ 146-156 Secret Languages (Abderrahim Youssi) ......................................................................................... 156-160 Semantic Bleaching (Mohssen Esseesy) .......................................................................................... 160-164 Semantic Extension (Mohssen Esseesy) ......................................................................................... 164-169 Semitic Languages (Rainer Voigt) ................................................................................................. 170-179 Senegal (Fiona McLaughlin) .......................................................................................................... 179-185 Sentence (Moha Ennaji) ................................................................................................................ 185-191 Sentence Coordination (Heidi Lorimor) ........................................................................................ 191-195 Serial Verbs (Kees Versteegh) ........................................................................................................ 195-199 Si r (Kamal Abu Deeb) .................................................................................................................. 199-214 Sicily (Alex Metcalfe) .................................................................................................................... 215-219 Iifa (Kees Versteegh) ..................................................................................................................... 219-222 Sign Languages (Bernadet Hendriks and Ulrike Zeshan) ............................................................... 222-235 Iila (Kees Versteegh) ..................................................................................................................... 235-237 Sinai Arabic (Rudolf de Jong) ....................................................................................................... 237-251 Slang (John Eisele) ......................................................................................................................... 251-259 Slavonic Languages (Vaclav Blazek) .............................................................................................. 259-267 Slips of the Tongue (Sabah M.Z. Safi ) ........................................................................................... 267-272 Somali (Andrzej Zaborski) ............................................................................................................ 272-275 Somalia (Mohamed Haji Mukhtar) ............................................................................................... 275-278 Songhay (Sergio Baldi) .................................................................................................................. 279-282 Sound Symbolism (Kees Versteegh) ............................................................................................... 282-290 South Africa (Iris Hoedemaekers and Kees Versteegh) .................................................................. 290-295 South Arabian Loanwords (Martin R. Zammitt) ......................................................................... 295-297 South Arabian, Modern (Antoine Lonnet) .................................................................................... 297-300 South Semitic Languages (Anna Gr. Belova) ................................................................................. 300-315 Specifi city (Frederick M. Hoyt) ..................................................................................................... 315-320 Speech Accommodation (Sonia Shiri) ............................................................................................ 320-328 Speech Acts (Daniela Rodica Firanescu) ........................................................................................ 328-334 Speech Errors (Stefan A. Frisch) .................................................................................................... 334-338 Stem (Adamantios I. Gafos) .......................................................................................................... 338-344 Stress (Rene Kager) ....................................................................................................................... 344-353 Subject (Amira Agameya) .............................................................................................................. 354-359 Subordination (Mark S. LeTourneau) ........................................................................................... 360-367 Substrate (Wouter Kusters) ........................................................................................................... 367-375 Sudan (Al-Amin Abu-Manga) ....................................................................................................... 375-381 Swahili (Sergio Baldi) .................................................................................................................... 381-387 Syllable Structure (Maher Jesry) .................................................................................................... 387-389 Syncope (David Teeple) ................................................................................................................. 389-391 Syntax (Elabbas Benmamoun) ....................................................................................................... 391-402 Syria (Peter Behnstedt) .................................................................................................................. 402-409 T Ta addin (Zeinab Taha) ................................................................................................................ 410-416 Taboo (Avihai Shivtiel) ................................................................................................................. 416-421 Tafxim (Muhammad Hasan Bakalla) ............................................................................................ 421-424 Tajik (John R. Perry) ..................................................................................................................... 424-425 Tajwid (Kristina Nelson) ............................................................................................................... 425-428 Ta liq (Valeriy Rybalkin) ............................................................................................................... 428-430 Taltala (Jacques Grand'Henry) ...................................................................................................... 430-431 Tamakkun (Janusz Danecki) ......................................................................................................... 431-433 Tamil (Torsten Tschacher) ............................................................................................................ 433-436 Tamyiz (Ramzi Baalbaki) .............................................................................................................. 436-437 Tanazu (Wafaa Batran Wahba) .................................................................................................... 437-442 Tanwin (Georgine Ayoub) ............................................................................................................. 442-446 Taqdir (Kees Versteegh) ................................................................................................................ 446-449 Tatar (Suzanne Wertheim) ............................................................................................................ 450-451 Telugu (V. Swarajya Lakshmi) ...................................................................................................... 452-454 Tense (Uri Horesh) ........................................................................................................................ 454-458 Terminology (Xavier Lelubre and Joseph Dichy) .......................................................................... 458-466 Terms of Address (Dilworth B. Parkinson) ................................................................................... 466-471 Textlinguistics (Said Faiq) ............................................................................................................. 471-476 Thai (Anthony Diller and Wilaiwan Khanittanan) ........................................................................ 476-477 Thamudic (Ernst Axel Knauf) ....................................................................................................... 477-483 Theme/Rheme (Nadia Anghelescu) ................................................................................................ 484-487 Theta Roles (Mark S. LeTourneau) ............................................................................................... 487-494 Topic and Comment (James Dickins) ............................................................................................ 494-501 Topicalization (Sven-Olov Dahlgren) ............................................................................................ 501-508 lemma list - volume four 11 Toponyms (Stefan Wild) ............................................................................................................... 508-515 Transcription (Philipp Reichmuth) ................................................................................................ 515-520 Transformational Grammar (Ferid Chekili) .................................................................................. 520-528 Transitivity (James Dickins and Janet C.E. Watson) ..................................................................... 528-535 Transitivity: Object (Usama Soltan) .............................................................................................. 535-542 Translation Literature (Uwe Vagelpohl) ........................................................................................ 542-548 Tripoli Arabic (Christophe Pereira) ............................................................................................... 548-556 Truncation (Lutz Edzard) .............................................................................................................. 557-559 Aulu (Adam Gacek) ..................................................................................................................... 560-562 Tunis Arabic (Maik Gibson) ......................................................................................................... 563-571 Tunisia (Taieb Baccouche) ............................................................................................................ 571-577 Turkey (Joan Smith Kocamahhul) ................................................................................................. 577-583 Turkish (Mark Kirchner) ............................................................................................................... 583-589 Turkish Loanwords (Stephan Prochazka) ...................................................................................... 589-594 U Urdu/Hindustani (Alain Desoulieres) ............................................................................................. 595-603 Uyghur (Hans Nugteren) ............................................................................................................... 603-608 Uzbek (Hans Nugteren) ................................................................................................................. 608-612 Uzbekistan Arabic (Gerit Zimmermann) ....................................................................................... 612-623 V Valency (Zouhair Maalej) ............................................................................................................. 624-627 Variation (Enam Al-Wer) ......................................................................................................
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: set ISBN 9789004149731

内容説明

Brill Academic Publishers is delighted to announce the publication of a major new multi-volume reference work, the "Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics". A unique collaboration of over hundreds of scholars from around the world, the "Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics" covers all relevant aspects of the study of Arabic and deals with all levels of the language (pre-Classical Arabic, Classical Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic, Arabic vernaculars, and mixed varieties of Arabic). No other reference work offers this scale of contributions or depth and breadth of coverage. "The Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics" is set to become an essential reference work for students and researchers in the fields of linguistics, Islamic studies, Arabic literature, and other related fields.
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v. 5 ISBN 9789004174849

内容説明

This volume concludes the publication of the Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics in print. It represents a unique collaboration of over hundreds of scholars from around the world, covering all relevant aspects of the study of Arabic and dealing with all levels of the language (pre-Classical Arabic, Classical Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic, Arabic vernaculars, mixed varieties of Arabic). No other reference work offers this scale of contributions or depth and breadth of coverage. The Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics is, therefore, a standard reference work for students and researchers in the field of linguistics, Islamic studies, Arabic literature and other related fields.

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