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Jewish Neo-Aramaic dialect of Koy Sanjaq (Iraqi Kurdistan)

by Hezy Mutzafi

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Published by Harrassowitz Verlag in Wiesbaden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Syriac language, Modern -- Dialects -- Iraq -- Koi Sanjaq,
  • Jews, Kurdish -- Iraq -- Koi Sanjaq -- Languages,
  • Koi Sanjaq -- Languages

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHezy Mutzafi.
    SeriesSemitica viva -- Bd. 32
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ5801 .M89 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 260 p. ;
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16996331M
    ISBN 103447049154
    ISBN 109783447049153
    LC Control Number2008386726

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    Hezy Mutzafi, The Jewish Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Koy Sanjaq(Iraqi Kurdistan) (Germany: Otto Harrassowitz KG, Wiesbaden, ), (accessed J ) . Barzani Jewish Neo-Aramaic is a modern Jewish Aramaic language, often called Neo-Aramaic or was originally spoken in three villages near Aqrah in Iraq. [3] The native name of the language is Lishanid Janan, which means 'our language', and is similar to names used by other Jewish Neo-Aramaic dialects (Lishan Didan, Lishanid Noshan). [4] [3] [5] [6] [7] [8].

    Each point represents a people group in a country. Colors are from the Joshua Project Progress Scale.; Points are best estimates, but should not be taken as exact. Points represent the approximate center of a . The Jewish Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Koy Sanjaq (Iraqi Kurdistan). Hezy Mutzafi () Semitica Viva Vol. 32 Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz A Jewish Neo-Aramaic Dictionary. Dialects of Amidya, Dihok, Nerwa and Zakho, Northwestern Iraq.. Yona Sabar () Semitica Viva Harrassowitz.


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Jewish Neo-Aramaic dialect of Koy Sanjaq (Iraqi Kurdistan) by Hezy Mutzafi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mutzafi, H. The Jewish Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Koy Sanjaq (Iraqi Kurdistan): Phonology, Morphology, Text, and Glossary. PhD Dissertation, Tel Aviv University.

Sabar, Y. The Impact of Israeli Hebrew on the Neo-Aramaic Dialect of the Kurdish Jews of Zakho: A Case of Language Shift. Hebrew Union College Annual Sabar, Y.

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xviii [euro]58 (paper). This book describes the dialect of the Jewish community of the town of Koy Sanjaq in eastern Iraqi Kurdistan which is now spoken only by approximately elderly people in Israel and is heading towards extinction. The dialect, which until now has remained virtually univestigated, displays the typical features of the Jewish NeoAramaic dialects east of the Greater Zab river, e.g.

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"Based on Sabar's Jewish Neo-Aramaic dictionary, this dictionary serves a functional purpose for readers and scholars who would like to know the Neo-Aramaic vocabulary.

It does not include grammatical or semantic details but does include the origin of. NEO-ARAMAIC, general name for the various branches of spoken Aramaic, both western and groups of dialects are known. The first includes the dialects of Maʿlūla, a continuation of the western branch of Middle Aramaic, spoken by Christians and Muslims in three villages about 60 km.

(38 mi.) north of Damascus. Download A Jewish Neo Aramaic Dictionary books, This dictionary is based on old and recent manuscripts, printed texts, literary Midrashic texts, recorded oral Bible translations, folk literature, and diverse spoken registers. It has an extensive introduction, including a brief history of the Jewish dialects and their relations to older Aramaic.

Koy Sanjaq Surat (Arabic: سورث كوي سنجق) is a modern Eastern Syriac language. Speakers of the language call it simply Surat, or 'Syriac'.It is spoken in the town of Koy Sanjaq in the Erbil speakers of Koy Sanjaq Surat have traditionally been Assyrians and thus the language has generally been considered a dialect of Assyrian Neo-Aramaic.

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Author: Hezy Mutzafi; Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag ISBN: Category: Foreign Language Study Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This book describes the dialect of the Jewish community of the town of Koy Sanjaq in eastern Iraqi Kurdistan which is now spoken only by approximately elderly people in Israel and is heading towards extinction.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Barzani Jewish Neo-Aramaic is a modern Jewish Aramaic language, often called Neo-Aramaic or was originally spoken in three villages near Aqrah in Iraqi Kurdistan.

The native name of the language is Lishanid Janan, which means 'our language', and is similar to names used by other Jewish Neo-Aramaic dialects (Lishan Didan, Lishanid Noshan).

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We cannot guarantee that A Jewish Neo Aramaic Dictionary book is in the library, But if You are still not sure. 1 Prof. Hezy Mutzafi - Publications April BOOKS.1 Hezy Mutzafi, The Jewish Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Koy Sanjaq (Iraqi Kurdistan), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, Hezy Mutzafi, The Jewish Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Betanure (Province of Dihok), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, Hezy Mutzafi, Comparative Lexical Studies in : Brill, The study of the Northeastern Neo-Aramaic (NENA) dialects has increased dramatically in the past decade as linguists seek to record these dialects before the disappearance of their last speakers.

This work is a unique documentation of the now extinct Jewish Neo-Aramaic dialect of Challa (modern-day Çukurca, Turkey). In the s, Betanure Jewish Neo-Aramaic was spoken by seventeen large families in the Jewish village of Betanure.

[1] The community migrated in its entirety to Israel in [1] Ever since the dialect has been facing erosion from Israeli Hebrew and from other Neo-Aramaic varieties spoken in Israel. [1]. the jews of kurdistan Download the jews of kurdistan or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get the jews of kurdistan book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Whereas the grammatical and lexical profiles of the Jewish dialect of Koy Sanjaq are now largely known through the works of R.

D. Hoberman and the present writer, (2) the Christian dialect of the same town (henceforth CKS) has remained to date completely outside the scope of Neo-Aramaic dialectology.NEO-ARAMAIC.

NEO-ARAMAIC, general name for the various branches of spoken Aramaic, both western and groups of dialects are known. The first includes the dialects of Maʿlūla, a continuation of the western branch of Middle Aramaic, spoken by Christians and Muslims in three villages about 60 km.

(38 mi.) north of Damascus.The dialect also has much more Kurdish influences then other dialects of Syriac. It does not appear to be intelligible with Chaldean Neo-Aramaic, which is spoken by co-ethnics further north, or with the Jewish Neo-Aramaic language of Lishanid Noshan, which was traditionally spoken by the Jews of Koy Sanjaq.