By Peter Behnstedt
Because the author's book of Die nordjemenitischen Dialekte. Teil 1: Atlas in 1985, loads of new box paintings has been performed in North Yemen and adjoining parts with new facts in particular from the extraordinary north of Yemen and neighbouring components in Saudi Arabia. those are thought of to be the main archaic Arabic dialect parts. The e-book of a brand new atlas of the sector in English accordingly instructed itself. The atlas includes 192 absolutely colored maps with 30 phonetical and phonological maps, a hundred morphological and 60 lexical ones. counting on the topic the maps are observed through shorter or longer commentaries and paradigms. The booklet is of curiosity to Arabists, Semitists and dialectologists.
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132,-1; 134,1,3)’. Cf. ’. 38 017 Elision of i and u in unstressed open syllable after -v̄ C phonology and phonetics 017 Elision of i and u in unstressed open syllable after -v̄C – In most cases I inquired after the feminine of yābis, but have written it here as type. As in certain places yukkul, yuʾkul occurs instead of yākul, only instances of the type yāb(i)sah are listed, if found there. – Yemen/North: DGS:12 with elision at point 204 (but yāčulūn), 245, 243, 207, 221 (but yākulu), 239, 229 (with fluctuations).
136 wāḥida ‘one’, p. 138 ḥāmila, p. 140 wāḥida. On p. 30 a doubtful yāʾkul for ‘to eat’. BET has yākulu in Baraddūn on p. 137, p. 144, 156 yākulūha; p. 146 ḥagg aṯ-ṯāniya ‘dell’altra’, p. 150 kāhina ‘strega’. Manāxah according to WRB Texts p. 297 ṯāniyeh, yibārizūh, 298 sāyirī, 299 tiḏ̣āriboh, 304 wāḥida, p. 356 ākulī ‘eat! )’. The grammar section (p. 114) has no plural forms for yākul. HEN 30 has the plural form yāklū for Kawkabān. P. 16 wāḏ̣iḥa ‘duidelijk’, kāmilih ‘kompleet’, ṣāḥibī ‘mijn vriend’, ḏ̣ābiḥīn ‘het zat zijnde’, with the note on these forms ‘niet ḏ̣ābḥīn’ etc.
It would be interesting to know with reference to which forms this pronunciation was indicated, whether it was in general usage or occurred only in a few relic forms and whether they might possibly be identical with the 70 forms with /č/ I recorded, and thus be indicative of a development of lateral affricates towards the /č/ discovered by me. It was at one point described as ‘slightly retroflex’, meaning that the tongue lies slightly bent behind the ridge of the teeth. – We now have further data on/č/ as a reflex of *ḍ from the ʿAbādil dialect, a tribe whose homeland in Saudi Arabia lies opposite the Jabal Rāziḥ.
Dialect Atlas of North Yemen and Adjacent Areas by Peter Behnstedt