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Shoes

(40 words)

Author(s): Gale R. Owen-Crocker | not-specified
See leather: garments and footwear. For raw hide shoes see hemming and rifeling. Other types of footwear include buskins; boots; slippers; and metal foot protection, which may be found under armour. Gale R. Owen-Crocker Not Specified Not Specified

Personal Pronoun (Arabic Dialects)

(2,857 words)

Author(s): not-specified
The pronominal system of Arabic dialects has one characteristic in common with other varieties of the Arabic language and other Semitic languages: it consists of a series of independent pronouns and a series of suffixed pronouns, whose form may vary from region to region for various reasons, among which are the influence of the substratum (e.g. the Aramaic substratum in the Syrian-Lebanese area; see Diem 1971) and its own internal evolution, or even a mixture of both (see Behnstedt 1991). These …
Date: 2018-04-01

Imperative

(4 words)

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Date: 2018-04-01

Indicative

(4 words)

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Not Specified
Date: 2018-04-01

Compounds

(2,285 words)

Author(s): not-specified
Naḥt is the term Arab grammarians use for the word formational method whereby a new form is coined out of two or more independent words, a process similar to what in English is referred to by such terms as ‘blending’ and ‘fusion’. Morphologically, this term derives from the root n-ḥ-t ‘to carve, hew, chisel’. Thus, Arabic manḥūtāt (pl. of manḥūt), ‘ naḥt-type constructions’, are words, mostly of quadriliteral roots, that are ‘chiseled’ out of other words, so to speak. These constructions, however, are not all of the same compositional and/or functional na…
Date: 2018-04-01

West Sudanic Arabic

(5,592 words)

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1. Arabic of Chad, Cameroon, and Nigeria The Arabic of Chad, Cameroon, and Nigeria forms a broadly homogeneous dialect region characterized by a number of features either unique to Arabic dialects or found only rarely outside of the region (see Sec. 7). Within this homogeneity, at least two clear subdialects are discernible. In the southern fringe of the area, beginning in eastern Nigeria near the Cameroonian border and stretching through Cameroon and on to an as-yet-unresearched border in Chad is what…
Date: 2018-04-01

Subjunctive

(4 words)

Author(s): not-specified
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Date: 2018-04-01

Baker Island

(9 words)

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Norfolk Island

(23 words)

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See Australian External Territories (Ashmore and Cartier Island, Christmas Island, Cocos [Keeling] Islands, Norfolk Island). Not Specified Bibliography  

Dhekelia

(11 words)

Author(s): not-specified
See Akrotiri and Dhekelia. Not Specified Bibliography  

Spratly Islands

(9 words)

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fortchoming Not Specified Bibliography  

Saint Barthélemy

(10 words)

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See France. Not Specified Bibliography  

Kingman Reef

(9 words)

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Wake Island

(9 words)

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Guadeloupe

(8 words)

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Ashmore and Cartier Islands

(25 words)

Author(s): not-specified
See Australian External Territories (Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Christmas Island, Cocos [Keeling] Islands, Norfolk Island). Not Specified Bibliography  

Coral Sea Islands

(10 words)

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forthcoming Not Specified Bibliography  

Jan Mayen

(9 words)

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Bouvet Island

(9 words)

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French Southern and Antarctic Lands

(13 words)

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See France. Not Specified Bibliography  
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