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Arabic, Spoken Gulf

Reciprocal markers

NameDescriptionAnswerset
1ba9d'some' in an object slotArabic, Spoken GulfSections: Morphology(12), Syntax(4), Selection(7), Polysemy(11)

2ba9d-Poss (Prep) ba9dsome of_Antecedent (Prep) someArabic, Spoken GulfSections: Morphology(14), Syntax(4), Selection(10), Polysemy(11)

3taCaaCaCVerbal template with basic reciprocal meaningArabic, Spoken GulfSections: Morphology(8), Syntax(4), Selection(8), Polysemy(11), Discontinuous(1)

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Language

Language name
Arabic, Spoken Gulf
Ethnologue code (ISO 639-3)
afb
Dialect/variety reported
Educated Spoken Arabic as spoken in the Western Persian Gulf between Southern Iran and Oman
Genetic classification (Ethnologue)
Afro-Asiatic, Semitic, Central, South, Arabic
Language group (Ethnologue top level)
Afro-Asiatic
Language genus (following WALS)
Semitic
Linguistic macro-area (following WALS)
Africa
Transliteration
Holes' (1990) convenient transcription (typewriter-compatible, cf. xvf., 260).
Sources consulted
Holes, Clive. 1990. Gulf Arabic. London / New York: Routledge.

Session

Session status
Needs review/editing
CommentsAs far as possible from this source.
Public
yes
CommentsDescriptions complete, lack of examples.
Session type
Based on written sources only
CommentsThis can be used for further comparisons of Arabic dialects, cf. the entries for Maltese and Modern Standard Arabic.
Analyst conducting session
Thomas Hanke
Analyst's familiarity with the language
no knowledge of the language

Classification

Rating of the collected data for this language
Good

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