Oct 6, 2011

Rekand eff Našta Znaguiga

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Rekand eff Našta Znaguiga




Našta (Nashta) asil gevyl visca sžecegdageuzesj edd sugyskufog vedusyţezi, as ambscesillkesk ačain nir ve niscysd ze fysa edd sivesj zasid veia asig kanrek. Emereřugel asiča gele gevyl visca sžecegdageuzek, ted tazia fia veul scamuer, fud gele fia niscysd aigan nir ysduanzia tvevin veul evin kuzgant. Il Gisa Vugge nud ab, "emeğebui ve ve ziz čekugezia iknağdibfo sam eff sikvem":



With regard to a restricted sector of words, it may be plausible to posit that considering that these are terms of realia, they were well known to the Jewish readers or speakers of medieval Provençal, French, Spanish, or Italian, referred to by Ibn Tibbon as the exiled Jewish people in the diaspora of France and of Greater Italy [lit: Edom]).


Vean ve sža nir ve akureain na vere fedi Našta edd gya kuzduan asiča ulugezia visca sžecegdageuzesj ynn ve ekger eff "iknağdibfo" Javve čekuadi, il zazz il ve şidazanim daelsereřuge žazg. Vedusyţezi, ve čike titimysk asil ařvelg eff sžecegdageuzdag vere ze sžecsia čuklil sa, is ve žecgan žazeg, scagiga is Ezimğysk şgea yska tinakdag:



Thus the significant contribution of Hayyùj is not to be seen in the comparisons as he “happened” to record, for these are very meager in quantity and of next to no value for scholarship: his important contribution is rather in the theory of the Hebrew root established by him. This theory had direct influence on language comparison as it was subsequently practised. Kokowtzow (1916) even claims that Hayyùj‘s theory left its impression, indirectly at least, on the development of modern-day Semitic comparative linguistics.



Edd iad . . .



Niseganluča nezabysk ve ta scai dan Naštakab edd gya iksavvem ream nir časian i Čatin tuigsim. Sika ve čzyska eff iêtag Javve ummugsnad edd ğuş-giscanreain Ikesysknal ze nivelg vemrezčal nir ve rr zêsveisg fofsaz şečakesk tusdag ve sake sêgzia sikeg fia ve anğanluča Suluna "Mya Tya Zivle" eff 1882, edd ve Utabesj Zirer Jitganle eff 1920 sustdag ve siğ nir tisubbfo fočaz sa zêzg-vi Aizanin Auseğa ummugsnadil, vere ve, Javle.



Isčelt, ve şez žunisk nezabyţe časisğlesatag imtag ve Javve iksavved zil iukeg re aik ens. Ve Zibsa Fustved sgezuesj igidaz ve Čekugevedel, ze žel fikk daresj ekabsaugel is ve Sačasdel, ze is susin zana vuzufuesj il ve fêsgaeveua fia ve sini utainvedel, assckvedel, Sedlkiaber edd Kestdavukel:



By the language comparisons he adopted, Ibn Janà˙ made practical application, of the great discovery that Hayyùj had revealed in the theory of the Hebrew root. Herein lies Ibn Janàh’s unique, fundamental,
and distinctive contribution to Hebrew lexicology. It was solely by means of Hayyùj’s novel discovery that Ibn Janàh was able to check out the comparisons of his predecessors and exclude those that were not compatible with the “tri-literal root” system.



Tita jiug zedd aik ens, ab iğğascek, erğakugezia imug vere fredzdag sa foinisluğ nelabainel is veul evin nezabyţe kimğel. Tazia ta velua reakeg nir jeda gez ve žecsdag edd scefofde-isče-naskan gisêğel: Našta.






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