New PDF release: An Introduction to the Study of Classical Armenian

By Robert Godel

ISBN-10: 3920153375

ISBN-13: 9783920153377

The writer is especially attracted to comparative and ancient examine on Armenian as an Indo-European language. This "Introduction" contains components. the 1st one describes the phonological and morphological approach of Classical Armenian with the aim of atmosphere off its attribute good points, no longer of living on such info as are available in any solid grammar e-book. the second one half is comparative and old. in addition to the simplest ascertained proof, it contains disscussions on arguable matters, in addition to a few new insights in histroical morphology.

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Likewise, the i/a marker in lezu (l ib), GDL. lezu-i, I . lezu-aw and in anjn, GDL. anjin, I . anjam-b. 141 a), while o, i and o/a {I , III, V) never do. This classification is defendable from a descriptive (synchronic) point of view. In a diachronic and comparative study, it would prove less adequate. 17. Anomalous words display irregular stem variations and, exceptionally, uncommon case endings. NAcc. GDL. Ahl. ayr kin 'man, husband' 'woman, wife' • arn kn-oj • arn-e kn-oj-e hayr 'father' hawr hawr-e k'oyr 'sister' k'er k'er-e Following A.

Pl. Moreover, the Ahl. is formally identical to the. , as in the sg. 131), except in the same pronouns and the demonstratives : sok'a 'these', dok'a 'those (near you)', nok'a 'those, they'; aysok'ik, aydok'ik, aynok'ik. The latter three very often function as appositions : k'arink'-s . aysok'ik. 'the stones, these ones = these stones' (Matth. 3). The situation is summed up in the 'following table : . G. D. Abl. c'anl, etc. in ClArm. Ab!. forms &re missing in Meillet's paradigms: he &SSumes that noc'a, aynoc'ik, etc.

S a by-form_(§ 215) and omits ayae'ant (§ 217). 183. 'kers ((nLn1wlfbpuiLkp), especially in the pl. Abl. ending -e is common to all inflection classes, except I and I la. It is added either to the bare stem (lezu-e, cafay-e, gah-e), or to the GDL. 15 and fn 2Z), and in variable stems at large: ezer-e, astel-e, tan-e, anken-e, p'orjut'en-e, jkan-e, azn-e, afn-e, hawr-e, etc. 181, ~ote) and -um: orm,-e, aylm-e (cf. DL. 181). In the demonstrative pronouns, the expanded ending -ane (nmane, aynmane) has even been propagated to the pl.

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