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Elements of Syriac Grammar by an Inductive Method (Paperback) Loot Price: R311 Discovery Miles 3 110
Elements of Syriac Grammar by an Inductive Method (Paperback): Robert Dick Wilson
Elements of Syriac Grammar by an Inductive Method (Paperback): Robert Dick Wilson

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Elements of Syriac Grammar by an Inductive Method (Paperback)

Robert Dick Wilson

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ...classes from E "Waw and E Yudh verbs come under declension two e. g. and Mc. Remark 2.--Segholates from E Olaph, E Nun, and EE verbs come under the third declension, e. g. head (R. lUStl); s well; oppression (R. Ml); a people (R. DBS). Remark 3.--Nouns like Lo voice (from kawalo) and old (from Sjo) which had originally two short vowels come under the third declension. Remark 4.--With consonantal Olaph as the third Radical, we have unclean. The vowel of the Olaph being thrown back and the Olaph quiescing. See 24(1). These are nouns which had originally in the masculine one or two short vowels. Remark 1.--In Pe Yudh nouns like Lrl, the Tudh quiesces in when it would otherwise have a half-vowel. Remark 2.--In E "Waw nouns the diphthong passes over into o in the emphatic singular and in the singular with suffixes, e. g. cow, l&Va collection. Remark 3.--In segholate feminines from Lomadh Olaph roots the Yudh quiesces in its homogeneous vowel in the emphatic singular and before suffixes. Generally, this causes the preceding consonant to lose its vowel, e. g. & I. For exceptions, see 85. Remark 4.--Like are pure and t n Atzrd, and, in general, participles and adjectives of the form M-0, j?. Remark 5.--Instead of o-iio, some give the abs. sing. as aLis, making it like Declension IV. xa bath is in the singular like Jt Hv, but in the plural it has Remark G.--Feminine nouns in JLl from masculines in or, o are inflected like llJ, except that the vowels of the penult remain firm. So also, feminine nouns in 1 from masculines of the form katul, e. g. b tin nNv little queen; "bL'iL. perishable things. Remark 7.--Nouns like Jkl affliction from 'awaka have in the construct UoL, ...

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Imprint: Theclassics.Us
Country of origin: United States
Release date: September 2013
First published: September 2013
Authors: Robert Dick Wilson
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 1mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 26
ISBN-13: 978-1-230-85827-2
Barcode: 9781230858272
Categories: Books > Language & Literature > Literature: texts > Collections & anthologies of various literary forms
LSN: 1-230-85827-X

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