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  • publication . Article . 2022
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    Jillian Ross; Jaeshil Kim;
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    Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP)

    Abstract The presence of the article ha on Hebrew noun phrases has long been considered the signal for marking definiteness. Scholars have traditionally explained exceptional cases either within the category of definiteness or by genericity. Applying the cross-linguisti...

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    Sergey Loesov;
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    Abstract Suffix conjugations (SCs) of East and West Semitic may not be traced back to the same verb form in Proto-Semitic. Rather, they evolved separately, by way of a ‘common drift’ in the two branches of Semitic. This is demonstrated, in particular, by a crass contras...

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    Simon Hopkins;
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    Abstract Aramaic and Ethiopic share highly characteristic proleptic constructions, e.g. the direct object periphrasis of the type qaṭlēh l-malkā and qatalo la-nǝguś respectively, each meaning ‘he killed the king’. The presence of such structures in Ethiopic has been hel...

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    Johan M V Lundberg;
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    Maria Bulakh;
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    Philip Michael Forness;
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    Abstract Syriac manuscripts feature several systems of numerals, and earlier studies have identified three based on the Syriac alphabet. Marginal notes found in the manuscript London, British Library, Add. 14587 preserve a fourth and previously undescribed alphabetic nu...

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    Lily Kahn; Sonya Yampolskaya;
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    Abstract Ashkenazic Hebrew is a unique language variety with a centuries-long history of written use among Central and Eastern European Jews. It has distinct phonological and grammatical features attested in texts composed by Ashkenazic Jews (e.g. adherents of the Hasid...

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    Sonya Yampolskaya;
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    Nasir Basal;
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    Abstract The purpose of the present paper is to show that the prominent grammarian Abū al-Faraj Hārūn (AFH), head of the Karaite Majlis in Jerusalem (first half of the eleventh century CE) was acquainted with the grammatical theory of the important Andalusian grammarian...

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