Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 9004182268
  • ISBN-13: 9789004182264
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 3232 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2006 | Published/Released June 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2006

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Overview

The Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics represents a unique collaboration of a few hundred scholars from around the world. It 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, 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 an essential reference work for students and researchers in the fields of linguistics, Islamic studies, Arabic literature and other related fields.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Introduction.
List of Contributors.
1: Abbreviations.
2: Acehnese.
3: Adjective Phrase.
4: Adjectives.
5: Adverbs.
6: Affrication.
7: Afghanistan Arabic.
8: Afro-Asiatic Languages.
9: Agent.
10: Agreement.
11: ʿĀʾid.
12: Aktionsart.
13: Algeria.
14: Algiers Arabic.
15: ʿAmal.
16: Analogy.
17: Analytic Genitive.
18: Anaptyxis.
19: Anatolian Arabic.
20: Andalus.
21: Andalusi Arabic.
22: Antiochia Arabic.
23: Apophony.
24: Apposition.
25: ʿArab.
26: Arabic Alphabet for Other Languages.
27: Arabic Alphabet: Origin.
28: Arabic Studies in Europe.
29: ʿArabiyya.
30: Aramaic/Syriac Loanwords.
31: Argument.
32: Article, Definite.
33: Article, Indefinite.
34: ʾAṣl.
35: Aspect.
36: Asseverative Particle.
37: Assimilation.
38: Automatic Language Processing.
39: Auxiliary.
40: Baghdad Arabic.
41: Baghdad Arabic Jewish.
42: Bahraini Arabic.
43: Bambara.
44: Bangladesh.
45: Bedouin Arabic.
46: Bedouinization.
47: Beirut Arabic.
48: Bengali.
49: Berber.
50: Berber Loanwords.
51: Bʿēri Arabic.
52: Bināʾ.
53: Binding.
54: Biradicalism.
55: Braille.
56: Bukaṛa-Syndrome.
57: Cairo Arabic.
58: Cameroon Arabic.
59: Caretaker Talk.
60: Case Roles.
61: Case Theory.
62: Cataphora.
63: Causative.
64: Chad Arabic.
65: Child Bilingualism.
66: Child Language.
67: China.
68: Christian Middle Arabic.
69: Cilician Arabic.
70: Classical Arabic.
71: Classicism.
72: Clitic.
73: Code-Switching.
74: Cognitive Linguistics.
75: Coherence.
76: Cohesion.
77: Collective.
78: Collocation.
79: Colloquial.
80: Communal Dialects.
81: Comoros.
82: Compounds.
83: Computational Linguistics.
84: Concessive Clause.
85: Conjunctions.
86: Connectives.
87: Construct State.
88: Contrastive Grammar.
89: Convergence.
90: Coptic.
91: Coptic Loanwords.
92: Copula.
93: Corpus Linguistics.
94: Creole Arabic.
95: Culture and Language.
96: Cypriot Maronite Arabic.
97: Ḍād.
98: Damascus Arabic.
99: Ḍamīr.
100: Declension.
101: Defective Verbs.
102: Deixis.
103: Demonstratives.
104: Derivation.
105: Determiners.
106: Dialect Geography.
107: Dialect Koine.
108: Dialect Literature.
109: Dialects: Classification.
110: Dialects: Genesis.
111: Diathesis.
112: Ḍidd.
113: Diglossia.
114: Diminutive.
115: Diphthongs.
116: Diptosis.
117: Discourse Analysis.
118: Dissimilation.
119: Djibouti/Eritrea.
120: Dysphemism.
121: East Africa.
122: Educated Arabic.