Sep 6, 2010

Dy Eroik Aramit Degoge - The Eroik Aramaic Language


Dy Eroik Degoge

Dy Eroik degoge daamet orovee zobosifiers steeak viva szitytkte gedir:
Etkigen, Avikiov, Meissve, Tae en Meaerdt. Meaerdde anvazsigtazaen jeaan nij egine otdeiaorvee ver dy sifziien en zobosifziien sy dy Eroik degoge; dasenet odanzsenobove. Nein, zin avan dy sdoknoin ekkemnas rees dy meojzaditee sy dy degoge ekanner:

the Assyrians in Iraq and Syria have suffered the influence of the Arabic language; the Jacobite Assyrians, the Syrian-Antiochians and the Assyrians of Southeastern Turkey have suffered the influences of Arabic, Turkish, and Kurdish. But it would be convenient to explore this aspect of Aramaic and produce a more accurate and authentic description of the current linguistic situation of those dialects.

Dy szioginevasten oevas dy sifziien sy dy vozs gedi, Meaerdde Eroik, daam mezae vinkogen. De vokte daamet tandibonas gys dy zkerkditee sy zoekivik anvzatai mees dy vier ferienee sy edtik gaomen zoeokteg eyn vier er dege sy sioveknen vwek daam dogte niair medee vadebzasr, stemekiovee voiz Eroboik, Fanride, Kodszi en Dodkzi. Futt dezij vaos vigeers degogst, dy zijlij eemzandete daamet Eroboik, vwek get dasoee sekava dy fetekimov vasi sy kaotiktai ek kaag vevaven sy vive een dy Meissve Eozs:

The Turoyo dialect is not only spoken in Tur'abdin, but also in other localities occupied both by Kurds and the so-called Syrians, that is, the Eastern Christians that live in Midyat and its vicinity who are still not in communion with Rome. To these can be added the Protestants of Hassana who use a dialect which is, phonologically speaking, very close to Turoyo. Not far from these places exist other populations of Neo-Aramaic speakers that escaped from the heavy pressure put on them both by the Turkish government and by the Kurds. Among such populations are those of: Harbul, Bespen, Mer, Ishshi, Geznach, Beznaye, etc., who are called Assyrians (Atoraye) or Chaldeans (Kaldaye).

De vadeen dta, evade eangzs Eroik zoeokteg gaomer, nijnee taiva degoge daamet gosovee varteg gaong een etze sdoggve niair Eroboik. Dy meaerdde Eroik sioveknen daam ste findidvas dasoee een dy ingi ketabde dezij sojien meer Kodszinde, dasen zi, een Zaod-eozs sy Dodkeji, Zadydde Eedok en Zad-eozs sy Zjidio. Neesd een Eedde, sad dy Jeben en dy Erjidideen zoeok Eroik.

Dy Jeben geanen ek loe ge dy gaas zanote gys in-stnobovzi dydivaen een Zidoev; traa dy meojzaditee sy dy Erjidideen kantytoe gys stanve gys meotenote nijnee eerstditee een eksive, vwek jeaanet nij evbojien fandit nijnee gys zagdeize dydivaen en doen faana nijnee eer kovnoin, zigerdee en, eboava ev, nijnee degoge. Meer zin ansiktayt eboava dasen Eroik sifieren steeak viva meojza fanijser:

It has always been quite challenging, as the author admits, to classify the dialects of Modern Aramaic both geographically and linguistically because of the regional and linguistic overlap.

Een eok sy dezij fanijsr, szitytkte sioveknen ekszite ekkzasteg gys dy edtik gaomen dasen zoeok dy. Meer zin ansiktayt eboava dasen Eroik sifieren steeak viva meojza fanijsr. Een eok sy dezij fanijsr, szitytkte sioveknen ekszite ekkzasteg gys dy edtik gaomen dasen zoeok dy.


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