Classical Syriac: A Basic grammar with a Chrestomathy, 2nd by Takamitsu Muraoka

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However, there are nouns which show a vowel after the second radical in their sg. emph. form: f^AiX:is? /rg^fta/ 'livulet' (but pi. /reglata/); K T A L I ^ A g e l j a / 'calf (but est. AiJ:^)^ f^Xgk^/gfetta/ ( < /*gfenla/; pi. r ^ < c Q . /cst. form, and if their third radical is one of the six plosives ( a . a hi) it is provided with a rukkakha: jaaii /dhav/ 'gold' (emph. c ^ s k d j i /dahva/); ^ t < /^elaf/ 'ship' (emph. t<^t< PcXfal); ^1 /dqan/ 'beard' ( r d i i . (^^) Although their sg.

R^3La /bayS/ Tiouse'O; abs. /laylay/, emph. /lelya/ 'night'; abs. pcL /yom/, emph. ' See above (§ 6H) on the contraction of diphthongs. A variation in the following cases of Third-Yodh roots is only apparent: abs. f<\^ /Sate/, emph. /^ajya/ 'fool' where the vowel deletion rale (§ 6A) is at work; abs. f

For details, see Segal 1953: 58-150. v /yida5/ 'he knew' show that the initial vowel developed after this rule had ceased to operate. C= consonant; V = vowel; V= short vowel. g. i

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