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Author: Aaron D Rubin
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2018.
Series: Studies in Semitic languages and linguistics, 93.
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This book contains a comprehensive grammatical description of Mehri, an unwritten Semitic language spoken in the Dhofar region of Oman, along with a corpus of more than one hundred texts. Topics in phonology, all aspects of morphology, and a variety of syntactic features are covered. The texts, presented with extensive commentary, were collected by the late T.M. Johnstone. Some are published here for the first time,  Read more...
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Rubin, Aaron D., 1976-
Omani Mehri.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2018
(DLC) 2018003264
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aaron D Rubin
ISBN: 9789004357358 9004357351
OCLC Number: 1011107607
Description: xxiv 872, pages : illustration ; 25 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction --
1.1.Previous Scholarship on Mehri and MSA --
1.2.Dialects of Mehri --
1.3.The Position of Mehri within MSA --
1.4.The Position of MSA in Semitic --
1.5.Johnstone's Mehri Texts --
1.6.Johnstone's Audio Material --
1.7.This Grammar --
2.Phonology --
2.1.Mehri Consonants --
2.1.1.Glottalic Consonants --
2.1.2."Idle Glottis" Consonants --
2.1.3.The Consonants' and --
2.1.4.The Non-occurrence and Assimilation of h- --
2.1.5.The Loss of l --
2.1.6.The Loss of t --
2.1.7.Assimilation of partial difference --
2.1.8.Gemination --
2.1.9.The Shift of b > m --
2.1.10.Word-final -nC --
2.2.Mehri Vowels --
2.2.1.The Effects of Glottalic Consonants on Vowels --
2.2.2.The Effects of Guttural Consonants on Vowels --
2.2.3.The Effects of Liquids, w, and n on Vowels --
2.2.4.Word-final Vowels, -h, and -' --
2.2.5.The Loss of --
2.3.Word Stress --
3.Pronouns --
3.1.Independent Personal Pronouns --
3.2.Suffixed Pronouns Note continued: 3.2.1.Suffixes on Singular Nouns --
3.2.2.Suffixes on Plural Nouns --
3.2.3.Suffixes on Verbs --
3.3.Direct Object Pronouns (t-) --
3.4.Demonstratives --
3.5.Indefinite Pronouns --
3.5.1.and tat 'someone' --
3.5.2.si 'something, any(thing)' and si la 'nothing, not any(thing)' --
3.5.3.kal and kal tat 'everyone; each one' --
3.5.4.kal 'everything' --
3.5.6.tat 'whoever' --
3.5.7.Other Indefinite Pronouns --
3.6.Reflexives --
3.7.Reciprocals --
3.8.Relative Pronouns --
3.8.1.Relative partial difference --
3.8.2.kal partialdifference --
'whoever' --
3.8.4.Relative hal --
4.Nouns --
4.1.Gender --
4.2.Duals --
4.3.Plurals --
4.3.1.Masculine External Plurals --
4.3.2.Feminine External Plurals --
4.3.3.Internal Plurals --
4.4.Definite Article --
4.5.Diminutives --
4.6.Construct State --
5.Adjectives --
5.1.Agreement --
5.2.Declension --
5.3.Substantivization --
5.4.Comparatives --
5.5.Quantifiers --
5.5.1.'a little' --
5.5.2.bas 'some' Note continued: 5.5.3.kal 'each, every; all' --
5.5.4.l-aded partial difference- 'each, every' --
5.5.5.'a lot, many' --
6.Verbs: Stems --
6.1.G-Stem --
6.1.1.Ga-Stem --
6.1.2.Ga Internal Passive --
6.1.3.Gb-Stem --
6.1.4.Ga vs. Gb Meaning --
6.2.D/L-Stem --
6.2.1.D/L-Stem Variants --
6.2.2.Origin of the D/L-Stem Prefix --
6.2.3.D/L-Stem Meaning --
6.3.H-Stem --
6.3.1.H-Stem Meaning --
6.3.2.H Interrzal Passive --
6.4.S-Stems --
6.4.1.S1-Stem Form --
6.4.2.S1-Stem Meaning --
6.4.3.S2-Stem Form --
6.4.4.S2-Stem Meaning --
6.5.T-Stems --
6.5.1.T1-Stem Form --
6.5.2.T1-Stem Meaning --
6.5.3.T2-Stem Form --
6.5.4.T2-Stem Meaning --
6.6.Quadriliterals --
6.6.1.Basic Quadriliterals (Q-Stems) --
6.6.2.N-Stem Quadriliterals (NQ-Stems) --
6.6.3.S-Stem Quadriliterals (SQ-Stems) --
6.7.Quinqueliterals (Qw- and Qy-Stems) --
7.Verbs: Tenses and Forms --
7.1.Verbal Tenses and Moods --
7.1.1.Perfect --
7.1.2.Imperfect --
7.1.3.Subjunctive --
7.1.4.Conditional --
7.1.5.Imperative Note continued: 7.1.6.Future --
7.1.7.Internal Passives --
7.1.8.Passive Participles --
7.1.9.Compound Tenses --
7.1.9.1.Compound Tenses with wilsa --
7.1.9.2.Compound Tenses with yakun --
7.1.10.The Verbal Prefix partialdifference- --
7.1.10.1.partialdifference- + Imperfect --
7.1.10.2.partialdifference- + Perfect --
7.1.10.3.partialdifference- + Subjunctive --
7.2.Weak Verbs --
7.2.1.I-Guttural and I-Glottalic Verbs --
7.2.2.I-' and I-' Verbs --
7.2.3.I-w and I-y Verbs --
7.2.4.I-l, II-l, and III-l Verbs --
7.2.5.II-Guttural Verbs --
7.2.6.II-' and II' Verbs --
7.2.7.II-w and II-y Verbs --
7.2.8.II-Glottalic and III-Glottalic Verbs --
7.2.9.III-Guttural Verbs (including III-' and III-' Verbs) --
7.2.10.III-w and III-y Verbs --
7.2.11.Geminate Verbs --
7.2.12."Idle Glottis" Verbs --
7.2.13.Doubly and Triply Weak Verbs --
7.2.14.Anomalous Verbs --
7.3.The Irregular Verb hom 'want' --
7.3.1.Cohortative hom --
7.3.2.Motion Verb hom Note continued: 7.3.3.Proximative and Avertative hom --
7.3.4.Future hom --
8.Prepositions --
8.1.ar 'except, but' --
8.2.b- 'in, at; with; for; on' --
8.3.bad 'after' --
8.4.'in(to), inside; among' --
8.5.on; about, 'after' --
8.6.'before; in front of; ago' --
8.7.gayr 'except', gayr 'without' --
8.8.h- 'to; for' --
8.9.hal 'at, by, beside' --
8.10.his 'like, as' --
8.11.k- (s-) 'with' --
8.12.l- 'to; for' --
8.13.'from' --
8.14.'about, regarding' --
8.15.am-men 'between' --
8.16.'under' --
8.17.'because of' --
8.18.sar 'behind' --
8.19.'until, up to' --
8.20.'to, towards' --
8.21.xa 'like, as...as' --
8.22.Additional Prepositions --
8.23.The Suffixed Forms of Prepositions --
9.Numerals --
9.1.Cardinals --
9.1.1.Numerals 1-10 --
9.1.2.Numerals 11-19 --
9.1.3.Tens --
9.1.4.Hundreds --
9.1.5.Thousands and Above --
9.2.Special Forms Used With 'Days' --
9.3.Ordinals --
9.4.Fractions --
9.5.Days of the Week --
10.Adverbs --
10.1.Demonstrative Adverbs Note continued: 10.2.Adverbs of Place --
10.3.Adverbs of Time --
10.4.Adverbs of Manner --
10.5.Adverbs of Degree --
11.Interrogatives --
11.1.mon 'who?' --
11.2.'what? why?' --
11.3.'which? what kind of?' --
11.4.ho 'where?' --
11.5.(ko) 'why?' --
11.6.hiboh 'how? what?' --
11.7.mayt 'when?' --
11.8.'how many? how much?' --
11.9.'isn't that so?' --
12.Particles --
12.1.Coordinating Conjunctions --
12.1.1.w- 'and' --
12.1.2.'but' --
12.1.3.aw 'Or' --
12.1.4.or; or else' --
12.1.5.ya...ya 'either...or' --
12.1.6.'either... or' --
12.2.Exclamations --
12.2.1.'Yes' and 'No' --
12.3.Vocatives --
12.4.Genitive Exponent partialdifference- ('of') --
12.5.Miscellaneous Particles --
12.5.1.ad --
12.5.2.adamm- --
12.5.3.amma --
12.5.4.ar --
12.5.8.dawn- --
12.5.12.hak --
12.5.13.lawb --
12.5.16.moh --
12.5.17.()ndoh --
12.5.18.Saf(f) --
12.5.22.xaf --
13.Some Syntactic Features --
13.1.Copular (Non-Verbal) Sentences --
13.1.1.The Verb wika --
13.1.2.The Verb Note continued: 13.2.Negation --
13.2.1....la --
13.2.3.la --
13.2.4.l-ad --
13.2.5.m-ad --
13.2.8.abdan --
13.3.Expressing 'have' --
13.3.1.The Preposition k- --
13.3.1.1.Familial Possession --
13.3.1.2.Physical and Environmental Conditions --
13.3.2.Other Prepositions --
13.4.Conditionals --
13.4.1.ham --
13.4.3.lu --
13.4.4.-lu --
13.5.Subordination --
13.5.1.Complement Clauses --
13.5.1.1.Complementizer partialdifference- --
13.5.1.2.Complementizer partialdifference- vs. Circumstantial or Relative partialdifference- --
13.5.2.Purpose Clauses --
13.5.3.Temporal Clauses --
13.5.3.3.his --
13.6.Interrogative Clauses --
14.Johnstone's Texts from Ali Musallam.
Series Title: Studies in Semitic languages and linguistics, 93.
Responsibility: by Aaron D. Rubin.

Abstract:

This book contains a comprehensive grammatical description of Mehri, an unwritten Semitic language spoken in the Dhofar region of Oman, along with a corpus of more than one hundred texts. Topics in phonology, all aspects of morphology, and a variety of syntactic features are covered. The texts, presented with extensive commentary, were collected by the late T.M. Johnstone. Some are published here for the first time, while the rest have been newly edited and translated, based on the original manuscripts. Semitists, linguists, and anyone interested in the folklore of southern Arabia will find much valuable data and analysis in this volume, which is the most detailed grammatical study of a Modern South Arabian language yet published.

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