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Title: Four Types of the Moroccan "?u?" 
Series Title: LINCOM Studies in Afroasiatic Linguistics 23  

Publication Year: 2008 
Publisher: Lincom GmbH
	   http://www.lincom.eu
	
Author: Nasser Berjaoui

Paperback: ISBN:  9783895861888 Pages: 577 Price: Europe EURO 64


Abstract:

Four Types of the Moroccan "?u?"

Nasser Berjaoui
Ibn Tofail University, Kénitra, Morocco

This book is a follow-up to our detailed description and analysis of both
corpora and rules of the Moroccan Arabic secret languages of the Tafilalet
(TSLs), namely the "?u?". In this work, four families of the TSLs are
proposed, together with their varieties. The types are the x?xx?CC, the
x?xaCi, the x?xaCu and the x?xawiCa families. These types, which branch
into several varieties, function separately. The x?xx?CC type, for
instance, secretises a given word like "mat" (die) as "sat ss?mm" or "fat
ff?mm", for instance, depending on the encoding variety of the family in
question. The x?xaCi category modifies the same word as "sat sami" and "kat
kami". The x?xaCu type changes the word as "sat samu" and "bat bamu". The
fourth family, namely the x?xawiCa "?u?", distorts the relevant word as
"tat tawima" and "wat wawima". The present book proposes four parts and
eight chapters describing many of the linguistic aspects of the TSLs.

ISBN 9783895861888. Moroccan Arabic Secret Languages 07. LINCOM Studies in
Afroasiatic Linguistics 23. 577pp. 2008. 



Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
                     Afro-Asiatic
                     Language Documentation

Subject Language(s): Arabic, Moroccan Spoken (ary)


Written In: English  (eng)
	
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