3 edition of Root-determinatives in Semitic speech found in the catalog.
Root-determinatives in Semitic speech
Solomon Theodore HalГ©vy Hurwitz
|Statement||by Solomon Theodore Halévy Hurwitz|
|Series||Contributions to Oriental history and philology ; no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 113 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||113|
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Suggesting that the Semitic root may be, at least subconsciously, biliteral, Hurwitz launches into a study of this phenomenon. Discussing linguistic phenomena such as pluriliteral forms, root-differentiation, and folk-etymologies, this little study covers significant ground for.
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Educated in the New York City public school system, Solomon Hurwitz received a doctorate from Columbia University in Semitic languages in His doctoral dissertation, published inwas entitled Root-Determinatives in Semitic Speech: A Contribution to Semitic Philology. The manuscript of the dissertation is in the Library’s rare book.
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