By J. Milton Cowan, Hans Wehr
Its scholarship, accuracy and reliability make it essentially the most major contributions to Arabic lexicography. it truly is was hoping that this masterpiece will element the way in which ot wider use of recent lexicographical rules within the compilation of dictionaries for past sessions of the Arabic language.
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In that case, the typological divergence between Munda as opposed to Khasi-Khmuic and Mon-Khmer, lucidly discussed by Donegan and Stampe, may be the result of the adoption of an intrusive paternal tongue by indigenous pre-Austroasiatic populations of the Indian subcontinent The apparent Munda penchant for a falling prosodic rhythm might then be just one residue of a far-reaching action de substrat. If, however, the Father Tongue hypothesis holds true for Austroasiatic and Zide and Anderson are correct, then the Munda descendants of the linguistically assimilated South Asian indigenes may have more faithfully preserved the original Austroasiatic morphology and grammar of the early bearers of the Y-chromosomal haplogroup 02a than is now seen reflected in modem Khasi-Khmuic and Mon-Khmer languages, which underwent divergent areal developments specific to Southeast Asia.
A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic (3rd Edition) by J. Milton Cowan, Hans Wehr