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28 Introduction names

by Zeev Ben-Hayyim
28  Introduction names do not end with an  a  sound as do the Greek names. The appearance of that vowel  there is a characteristic original to Greek and appears only in Greek. 3 1 4. It should  be noted that the Samaritan name for the letter o, singat or sinkät, has a Syriac parallel  — semkat, which Nöldeke noted as being unattested outside of Syriac. 3 2  Here is another very interesting detail showing the close relationship between  Syriac and SA, which we have noted on earlier occasions ( see L O T III/ 2, 161, l. 31). 3 1 Ibid., 141. 3 2 Nöldeke, Beiträge, 130. Chapter Home  | TOC  | Index t t

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28 Introduction names do not end with an \\" a \\" sound as do the Greek names. The appearance of that vowel there is a characteristic original to Greek and appears only in Greek. 3 1 4. It should be noted that the Samaritan name for the letter o, sin'gat or sinkät, has a Syriac parallel — semkat, which Nöldeke noted as being unattested outside of Syriac. 3 2 Here is another very interesting detail showing the close relationship between Syriac and SA, which we have noted on earlier occasions ( see L O T III/ 2, 161, l. 31). 3 1 Ibid., 141. 3 2 Nöldeke, Beiträge, 130. << Chapter >> Home | TOC | Index t t
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