Les Emprunts à l’arabe en Persan

Nouman Ahmed Malkawi, Hamod AL-Rahawi

Abstract


We study in this paper a list of Persian loan words from Arabic Language. We treat these loans in a declarative phonological view. This approach is a part of a grammar of unification or a grammar-based on constraints (only one level of representation). We can not pretend to explain the function of these loans from Arabic to Persian in its entirety. The value of some parameters in each of these languages, the specific constraints and the constraints of the phonological specific system allows us to explain a number of phenomena but not all.

Keywords


Loan words; Persian; Arabic; Declarative Phonology; Constraints

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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