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Assimilation in Old Arabic Dialects in the Light of the Modern Phonetic Study
الأبدال في اللهجات العربية القديمة في ضوء الدراسة الصوتية الحديثة

Author: D.Saiwan K. Kalaf د0 صيوان خضير خلف
Journal: Journal of Basra researches for Human Sciences مجلة ابحاث البصرة للعلوم الأنسانية ISSN: ISSN PRINT 27073580 /ISSN ONLINE 27073599 Year: 2007 Volume: 32 Issue: 1-A Pages: 69-115
Publisher: Basrah University جامعة البصرة


Assimilation phenomenon in Arabic dialects enriched Arabic and Increased its lexis without violating their meanings. This phenomenon is not concerned only with what takes titles and these titles are not Concerned with voiceless sounds only but they include voiced sounds too. This means that assimilation phenomenon happened in both voiced and voiceless Arabic sounds. Resemblance was the most important of its causes; however it isn't limited to adjacency of places of articulation, concurrence of futures but it was in the context through which the sounds flow. A sound may change its place of articulation so the two sounds become nasal or velar.Resemblance may occur between two sounds that are trot adjacentin the one word but it may occur in two words the second of them is in the speaker's mind.

ان ظاهرة الأبدال في العربيةللهجات العربية اثرت العربيةوزادت من الفاظها من دون ان تمس معانيهاوهذه الظاهرة لمتقتصر على ما اتخذ من عنوانات وان العنوانات تلك لم تقتصر على الصوامت وانما شملت الصوئت ايضا0 وهذا يني ان ظاهرة الأبدال حصلت في صوامت العربية وصوائتها وكانت المماثلة اهم مسبباتها ولم تقتصر على قرب المخارج واتفاق الصفات وانما كانت في الوسط الذي تجري فيه الاصوات فقد يبدل الصوت ليكون الصوتين انفيين او فمويين0

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