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Comparative Lexical Studies in Neo-Mandaic

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Comparative Lexical Studies in Neo-Mandaic
Title
Comparative Lexical Studies in Neo-Mandaic
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Language
eng
Summary
The lexicon of Neo-Mandaic is the least known aspect of this language. Amongst the present lexicological and etymological studies are the contribution of the language's lexis to our knowledge of literary Mandaic as well as aspects of this lexis within the framework of Neo-Aramaic as a whole
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Mutzafi, Hezy
Dewey number
  • 492
  • 492.3
  • 492/.3
Index
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Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Studies in Semitic Languages and Linguistics
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Mandaean language
  • Mandaean language
Label
Comparative Lexical Studies in Neo-Mandaic
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations and Symbols; Chapter One Introduction; 1.1 Neo-Mandaic and Its Speakers; 1.2 The Neo-Mandaic Lexicon in Previous Studies; 1.3 Methodology; 1.3.1 Sources; 1.3.2 Transcription and Citation Forms; Chapter Two Aspects of Previous Research; 2.1 Classicisms; 2.2 Inaccurate Definitions; 2.3 Ad hoc Persian and Arabic Loanwords; 2.4 Ad hoc Circumlocutions; 2.5 Ghost Words; 2.6 Aramaic Verbal Roots Based on Incorrect Etymologies; Chapter Three Neo-Mandaic and Pre-Modern Aramaic; 3.1 Continuity of the Neo-Mandaic Lexicon and Old Aramaic
  • 3.2 Continuity of the Neo-Mandaic Lexicon and Literary Mandaic3.3 Some Hitherto Unattested Mandaic Lexemes Surfacing in Neo-Mandaic; 3.3.1 Genuine Aramaic Words and Forms Hitherto Unattested in Literary Mandaic; 3.3.2 Early Iranian Loanwords Hitherto Unattested in Literary Mandaic; 3.3.3 Akkadian Lexical Influences Surfacing in Neo-Mandaic; 3.4 The Importance of Neo-Mandaic for Elucidating Literary Mandaic Lexemes; Chapter Four Neo-Mandaic and Other Neo-Aramaic Varieties: Isolexes; 4.1 Shared Retentions of Neo-Mandaic and Other Neo-Aramaic Varieties
  • 4.2 Shared Retentions with Semantic Differences4.2.1 Semantic Differences Unique to Neo-Mandaic; 4.2.2 Further Shared Retentions with Semantic Differences; 4.2.3 Shared Retentions in Neo-Mandaic, NENA and Tụroyo; 4.3 Peripheral Relic Lexical Items; 4.3.1 Relic Lexical Items Shared with Western Neo-Aramaic; 4.3.2 Relic Lexical Items Shared with Tụroyo and with Mlahṣô; 4.4 Neo-Mandaic-NENA Isoglosses; 4.4.1 Isoglosses in Both Form and Meaning; 4.4.2 Morpho-Lexical Isoglosses; 4.4.3 Neo-Mandaic Isolexes with Some of the NENA Dialects; 4.4.4 Neo-Mandaic-NENA Isolexes with Semantic Differences
  • Chapter Five The Uniqueness of the Neo-Mandaic Lexicon within Neo-Aramaic5.1 Pre-Modern Aramaic Words and Meanings Surviving Only in Neo-Mandaic; 5.2 Unique Neo-Mandaic Words and Meanings Related to Lexical Replacement; 5.2.1 Unique Neo-Mandaic Words; 5.2.2 Unique Neo-Mandaic Meanings; 5.3 Unique Neo-Mandaic Compounds and Blends; 5.4 Some Unique Neo-Mandaic Words of Unknown or Uncertain Origin; 5.5 Various Other Unique Neo-Mandaic Words and Meanings; Bibliographical References; Index of Neo-Mandaic Words
Control code
ocn873141961
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Extent
1 online resource (243 pages)
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online
Isbn
9789004257054
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Specific material designation
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System control number
(OCoLC)873141961
Label
Comparative Lexical Studies in Neo-Mandaic
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations and Symbols; Chapter One Introduction; 1.1 Neo-Mandaic and Its Speakers; 1.2 The Neo-Mandaic Lexicon in Previous Studies; 1.3 Methodology; 1.3.1 Sources; 1.3.2 Transcription and Citation Forms; Chapter Two Aspects of Previous Research; 2.1 Classicisms; 2.2 Inaccurate Definitions; 2.3 Ad hoc Persian and Arabic Loanwords; 2.4 Ad hoc Circumlocutions; 2.5 Ghost Words; 2.6 Aramaic Verbal Roots Based on Incorrect Etymologies; Chapter Three Neo-Mandaic and Pre-Modern Aramaic; 3.1 Continuity of the Neo-Mandaic Lexicon and Old Aramaic
  • 3.2 Continuity of the Neo-Mandaic Lexicon and Literary Mandaic3.3 Some Hitherto Unattested Mandaic Lexemes Surfacing in Neo-Mandaic; 3.3.1 Genuine Aramaic Words and Forms Hitherto Unattested in Literary Mandaic; 3.3.2 Early Iranian Loanwords Hitherto Unattested in Literary Mandaic; 3.3.3 Akkadian Lexical Influences Surfacing in Neo-Mandaic; 3.4 The Importance of Neo-Mandaic for Elucidating Literary Mandaic Lexemes; Chapter Four Neo-Mandaic and Other Neo-Aramaic Varieties: Isolexes; 4.1 Shared Retentions of Neo-Mandaic and Other Neo-Aramaic Varieties
  • 4.2 Shared Retentions with Semantic Differences4.2.1 Semantic Differences Unique to Neo-Mandaic; 4.2.2 Further Shared Retentions with Semantic Differences; 4.2.3 Shared Retentions in Neo-Mandaic, NENA and Tụroyo; 4.3 Peripheral Relic Lexical Items; 4.3.1 Relic Lexical Items Shared with Western Neo-Aramaic; 4.3.2 Relic Lexical Items Shared with Tụroyo and with Mlahṣô; 4.4 Neo-Mandaic-NENA Isoglosses; 4.4.1 Isoglosses in Both Form and Meaning; 4.4.2 Morpho-Lexical Isoglosses; 4.4.3 Neo-Mandaic Isolexes with Some of the NENA Dialects; 4.4.4 Neo-Mandaic-NENA Isolexes with Semantic Differences
  • Chapter Five The Uniqueness of the Neo-Mandaic Lexicon within Neo-Aramaic5.1 Pre-Modern Aramaic Words and Meanings Surviving Only in Neo-Mandaic; 5.2 Unique Neo-Mandaic Words and Meanings Related to Lexical Replacement; 5.2.1 Unique Neo-Mandaic Words; 5.2.2 Unique Neo-Mandaic Meanings; 5.3 Unique Neo-Mandaic Compounds and Blends; 5.4 Some Unique Neo-Mandaic Words of Unknown or Uncertain Origin; 5.5 Various Other Unique Neo-Mandaic Words and Meanings; Bibliographical References; Index of Neo-Mandaic Words
Control code
ocn873141961
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (243 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004257054
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)873141961

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