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Germania Semitica

Author: Theo Vennemann gen Nierfeld; Patrizia Noel Aziz Hanna
Publisher: Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter Mouton, [2012] ©2013
Series: Trends in linguistics., State-of-the-art report, Studies in monographs ;, 259.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Germania Semitica describes linguistic and cultural Semitic influences on Early Germanic at two points in space and time: (1) Fifth to third century Proto-Germanic when a Phoenician, namely Carthaginian, superstrate influenced the lexicon, grammar, writing system, and religion in the Germanic homeland, (2) the pre-Christian British Isles, when Semitic substrates shaped the structure of the Celtic languages as well  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
History
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Theo Vennemann gen Nierfeld; Patrizia Noel Aziz Hanna
ISBN: 9783110301090 3110301091 311030094X 9783110300949
OCLC Number: 1013939287
Language Note: In English.
Description: 1 online resource (763 pages)
Contents: Introduction Methodology of research in prehistoric language contact --
Zur Entstehung des Germanischen --
English as a "Celtic" language : atlantic influences from above and from below --
Amsel und Merula --
Germania Semitica : abr- 'strong', with a reflection on Abraham/Theodoric --
Atlantis Semitica : structural contact features in Celtic and English --
Germania Semitica : aþal- (OE ædel-, G Adel) 'nobility' With an appendix on Gk. ... --
Germania Semitica : Pre-Gmc. -at- in E maiden, G Magd/Mädchen, Goth. magaps --
Key issues in English etymology --
Germania Semitica : Gmc. drag-, trek- (Lat. trah-, Gk. ... --
) --
On the rise of 'Celtic' syntax in Middle English --
Semitic, Celtic, English : the transitivity of language contact --
Zur Etymologie von Rauch und riechen --
PGmc. drepa-, G treffen 'to hit' --
Germania Semitica : ⁺sibjō --
Languages in prehistoric Europe north of the Alps --
Syntax und Sprachkontakt : Mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der indogermanischen Sprachen des Nordwestens --
Note on the etymology of PGmc. ⁺smitan and ⁺smipaz (E smite, smith, G schmeißen, Schmied, etc.) --
Sprachgeburt durch Sprachkontakt : die Entstehung des Englischen --
Phol, Balder, and the birth of Germanic --
Glauben wir noch an die Lautgesetze? : zur Etymologie von Phol und Balder im Zweiten Merseburger Zauberspruch --
The name of the Isle of Thanet --
Was Proto-Germanic a creole language? --
Münze, mint, and money : an etymology for Latin Moneta With appendices on Carthaginian Tanit and the Indo-European month word --
Ne'er-a-face : a note on the etymology of penny, with an appendix on the etymology of pane --
A note on the etymology of Germanic ⁺skellingaz 'Shilling' : with an appendix on Latin siliqua 'a small coin' --
Grimm's Law and loan-words --
Germanische Runen und phönizisches Alphabet --
Zur Reihung der Runen im älteren Fuþark --
Semitic influence in Celtic? Yes and No --
The source of the Ing rune and of the futhark --
Abbreviations --
References --
Index of Atlantic/Hamito-Semitic etymologies --
Index of Hamito-Semitic words, word forms, and roots --
Index of Vasconic etymologies --
Index of Toponyms --
Subject Index.
Series Title: Trends in linguistics., State-of-the-art report, Studies in monographs ;, 259.
Responsibility: Theo Vennemann gen. Nierfeld ; Patrizia Noel Aziz Hanna.
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Germania Semitica describes linguistic and cultural Semitic influences on Early Germanic at two points in space and time: (1) Fifth to third century Proto-Germanic when a Phoenician, namely Carthaginian, superstrate influenced the lexicon, grammar, writing system, and religion in the Germanic homeland, (2) the pre-Christian British Isles, when Semitic substrates shaped the structure of the Celtic languages as well as, indirectly, English. This book is a must for anyone interested in the origin of Germanic language and culture.

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