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Near Eastern Languages and Societies

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`Al Simun Hatnu`Ot A Ve-E Ve`Al Simun He`Der Tnu`A Baktiv Šel Ha`Ivrit Haxadaša (On Marking The Vowels A And E And On Marking The Absence Of A Vowel In Modern Hebrew Orthography), Shmuel Bolozky Jan 1990

`Al Simun Hatnu`Ot A Ve-E Ve`Al Simun He`Der Tnu`A Baktiv Šel Ha`Ivrit Haxadaša (On Marking The Vowels A And E And On Marking The Absence Of A Vowel In Modern Hebrew Orthography), Shmuel Bolozky

Shmuel Bolozky

No abstract provided.


Review-Article Of L. Glinert, Shmuel Bolozky Jan 1990

Review-Article Of L. Glinert, Shmuel Bolozky

Shmuel Bolozky

No abstract provided.


On Vowel Assimilation And Deletion In Casual Modern Hebrew, Shmuel Bolozky Jan 1990

On Vowel Assimilation And Deletion In Casual Modern Hebrew, Shmuel Bolozky

Shmuel Bolozky

No abstract provided.


Foot And Word In Prosodic Morphology: The Arabic Broken Plural, John J. Mccarthy, Alan Prince Jan 1990

Foot And Word In Prosodic Morphology: The Arabic Broken Plural, John J. Mccarthy, Alan Prince

John J. McCarthy

This article proposes a theory of Prosodic Domain Circumscription, by means of which rules sensitive to morphological domain may be restricted to a prosodically characterized (sub-)domain in a word or stem. The theory is illustrated primarily by a comprehensive analysis of the Arabic broken plural; it is further supported by analysis of a number of processes from other languages, yielding a formal typology of domain-circumscription effects. The results obtained here depend on, and therefore confirm, two central principles of Prosodic Morphology: (1) the Prosodic Morphology Hypothesis, which requires that templates be expressed in prosodic, not segmental terms; and (2 ...


Prosodic Morphology And Templatic Morphology, John J. Mccarthy, Alan Prince Jan 1990

Prosodic Morphology And Templatic Morphology, John J. Mccarthy, Alan Prince

John J. McCarthy

An analysis of Arabic verb and noun templates.


Hora’At Hamiškalim Umašma`Uyoteyhem Be`Ivrit Xadaša (Teaching Word-Formation Patterns And Their Meanings In Modern Hebrew), Shmuel Bolozky Dec 1989

Hora’At Hamiškalim Umašma`Uyoteyhem Be`Ivrit Xadaša (Teaching Word-Formation Patterns And Their Meanings In Modern Hebrew), Shmuel Bolozky

Shmuel Bolozky

No abstract provided.