A Grammar of Biblical Aramaic

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Harrassowitz, 2006 - Aramaic language - 107 pages

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Contents

Preface
1
The Texts and the Language
9
The Writing
10
5 nn as vowel letters
12
9 Vowel quantity and quality
13
10 The Tiberian vowel signs
14
11 The Babylonian vowel signs
16
14 K resulting from ay
17
41 General characterization of tho BA declension
27
43 The vocative
28
47 The use of tho construct state
29
49 The noun with pronominal suffixes
30
50 Tho declension of particular noun formations
31
51 The formations pal jril pul
32
56 The ending vi
33
60 Masculine formations with feminine plural endings
34

20 Consonant doubling
20
22 Long vowels
21
26 Word stress
22
28 Secondary stress
23
31 Pronominal suffixes
24
33 The use of demonstrative pronouns as nouns
25
37 The indefinite relative pronouns
26
Numerals
35
64 One
36
70 Multiplication
37
Negations
43
Roots containing a laryngal or 1
50
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