2 edition of Gunnän-Gurage languages found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 257-264.
|Statement||by Robert Hetzron.|
|Series||Ricerche - Istituto orientale di Napoli -- 12|
|LC Classifications||PJ9288 H48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 264 p. --|
|Number of Pages||264|
Description: Current issues are now on the Chicago Journals website. Read the latest issue. Devoted to an examination of the civilizations of the Near East, the Journal of Near Eastern Studies has for years published contributions from scholars of international reputation on the archaeology, art, history, languages, literatures, and religions of the Near East. 22 Hetzron ( 84 and also ) argues that all Gunnän Gurage languages. have a past perfect which is formed from the perfective verb plus the past-tense. auxiliary verb. However, as we shall see in section 0, Hetzron’s analysis is. inappropriate with respect to Mesqan. Furthermore, in his use of the terms tense. and aspect is unclear.
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North vs. South Ethiopian Semitic 1 Rainer Voigt 2 The traditional classification of Ethio-Semitic into a Northern branch (with Classical Ethiopic, Tigre and Tigrinya) and a Southern branch (with Amharic and all other languages) was introduced by M. Cohen and R. Hetzron. From Afroasiatic, Cushitic, Omotic and Semitic are spoken in Ethiopia. The Semitic language family is also one of the least studied groups. For example, Shlonsky (), in his book on the comparative Semitic syntax, excludes the Ethio-Semitic languages from discussion.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hetzron, Robert. Gunnän-Gurage languages. Napoli: Istituto orientale di Napoli, (OCoLC) Robert Hetzron, Gunnän-Gurage languages book Herzog (31 DecemberBudapest – 12 AugustSanta Barbara, California), was a Hungarian-born linguist known for his work on the comparative study of Afro-Asiatic languages, as well as for his study of Cushitic and Ethiopian Semitic languages.
The Gurage language (Amharic: ጉራጌ Guragē, also known as Guragie) is a dialect-continuum language, which belong to the Ethiosemitic-South Semitic-Semitic branch of the Afroasiatic language family. They are spoken by the Gurage people, who inhabit the Gurage Zone within the larger multi-ethnic Gunnän-Gurage languages book Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region in southwestern phic distribution: Gurage Zone (Ethiopia).
As for Muher, the Gunnän Gurage language I know best, several terms are most probably taken from Chaha (e. ɨmmɨjä ‘big’ [p. 70] for Muher lɨʔɨjä [the provided term lɨk’(ɨjä) does not exist, as non-geminated postvocalic k’ regularly debuccalizes to.
It deals with the Gunnän-Gurage languages (henceforth GGL) of Central Ethiopia; the term GGL is coined by H. to indicate those languages and dialects that were formerly labelled "Gurage" The book begins with a survey (pp. ) in which the author introduces the languages involved and gives his views on several problems concerning the.
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And, as already argued a century ago, ‘in the field of cognate languages, classification is but a “modification” of the history of a language’, since ‘ eo ipso the history of language turns into a genetic classification’, or, as postulated in a more recent study, ‘the establishment of valid hypotheses concerning genetic relationships among languages is a necessary preliminary to the systematic reconstruction of Cited by: It is also the first book trying to establish “from below” (from the data and from smaller subsets of languages) the long-debated issue of Ethiopia (or a part thereof) as a linguistic area.
It is only to be hoped that it sets a model for further work. The Semitic Languages presents a unique, comprehensive survey of individual languages or language clusters from their origins in antiquity to their present-day Semitic family occupies a position of great historical and linguistic significance: the spoken and written languages of the Phoenicians, Hebrews and Arabs spread throughout Asia and northern and central Africa; the Old Semitic.
The Gunnän-Gurage Languages. Napoli: Istituto Orientale di Napoli. The limits of Cushitic (Sprache und Geschichte in Afrika) Prosodic morphemes in Hungarian (Approaches to Hungarian, vol. 4, ed. by I. Kenesei and Cs. Pleh)Állampolgársága: magyar. The Gunnän-Gurage Languages.
Napoli: Istituto Orientale di Napoli. Hetzron, Robert. Notes on East Gurage. Zemánek, Petr (ed.) Studies in Near Eastern languages and literatures. Memorial volume of Karel Petrácek.
Prag: Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republik, Oriental Institute, Hetzron, Robert. • The Gunnän-Gurage Languages. Napoli: Istituto Orientale di Napoli. • The limits of Cushitic (Sprache und Geschichte in Afrika) • Prosodic morphemes in Hungarian (Approaches to Hungarian, vol. 4, ed. by I. Kenesei and Cs.
Pleh). Wordlists as short as words fail to provide the fullest lexicostatistical evidence for subclassification of a compact and numerous language group such as Ethiopian-Eritrean Semitic (ES). Analysis of a word comparative wordlist of ES languages (Hudson ) provides new evidence on the subclassification of the family and the extent of ES borrowing from Agaw and East Cushitic.
Von KLAUS RÖHRBORN 86 HETZRON, ROBERT: The Gunnän-Gurage Languages. Von RAINER M. VOlGT 86 SCHREGLE, Götz: Deutsch-arabisches Wörterbuch. Von ANGELIKA NEUWIRTH 93 ABDEL-MALEK, ZAKI N.: The Closed-List Classes of Colloquial Egyp- tian Arabic.
Von HANS-JÜRGEN SASSE 98 ROTH-LALY, ARLETTE: Lexique des parlers arabes tchado-soudanais. Hirut Woldemariam: Deictics in Gamo Semitic.
Baye Yimam / Rawda Siraj: Silt'e deictics. Girma A. Demeke: Copula constructions in Ge'ez and Tigre. Gideon Goldenberg: Linguistic treatment of syntactical relations, the predicative bond and Gurage.
Ronny Meyer: Non-verbal predication in East Gurage and Gunnän Gurage : Paperback. This paper demonstrates that the most irregular verb stems of Chaha display striking communalities, and argues that this lends support to a root-and-template based analysis of Semitic word formation.
It derives the irregularities by pairing the root with the Perfective, Imperfective or Imperative patterns which, according to Prunet & Banksira (), can be either long or short, and their.
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This is for essential maintenance which will provide improved performance going by: 8. Chaha or Cheha is a Gurage language spoken in central Ethiopia, mainly within the Gurage Zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region.
It is also spoken by Gurage settlers in Ethiopian cities, especially Addis Ababa. Chaha is known to many phonologists and morphologists for its very complex ge family: Afro-Asiatic. Buckeridge N.,Journal and Letter Book of Nicholas BuckeridgeJ.R.
Jenson (éd Hetzron R.,The Gunnän-Gurage Languages, Naples, Instituto Orientale di Napoli, p. Hilton Ocean of Letters: Language and Creolization in an Indian Ocean Diaspora, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, p.
Larson Pier. The verbal system of Beja, the sole North-Cushitic language, possesses several indicative and modal verb paradigms whose precise semantic values and syntactic uses are still : Martine Vanhove.
The Gunnän-Gurage Languages. Napoli: Istituto Orientale di Napoli. Hudson, Grover. (ed.) (). Essays on Gurage Language and Culture. Dedicated to Wolf Leslau on the occasion of his 90th birthday. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. ISBN [permanent dead link] Leslau, W.
(). Ethiopic Documents: Gurage. Viking Fund Publications in.The rest of the section consists of two chapters on language contact, one on contact between Aramaic dialects and Iranian languages (ch.
42), and one on Aramaic-Arabic language contact (ch. 43). The latter covers both directions, to avoid repetition in section VI.