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A Brief Study on the Origins of Arabic and Syriac Phrases in Italian, Spanish, French, English, Greek, and Latin


نبذة في أصول الألفاظ السامية... التي دخلت في اللغات الإيطالية والإسبانية... وبالعكس


This book outlines the connections between the Arabic and European languages, giving a brief listing of European words and phrases with their Arabic equivalent.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-452-8
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Nov 29,2013
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 104
Language: Arabic
ISBN: 978-1-61719-452-8
$54.00
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The second part of this series looks at how Arab words have influenced major European languages and vice-versa. Al-Anisi includes words from ancient languages like Greek and Latin as well as French, Italian, English, and Spanish to show how many common Western European concepts owe their origins to Arabic - from alchohol to giraffes.

The second part of this series looks at how Arab words have influenced major European languages and vice-versa. Al-Anisi includes words from ancient languages like Greek and Latin as well as French, Italian, English, and Spanish to show how many common Western European concepts owe their origins to Arabic - from alchohol to giraffes.

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Tobia Al-Anisi

  • Prefazione (page 5)
  • Parte Prima (page 8)
  • Vocaboli arabi nella lingua italiana. (page 9)
  • Vocabolos arabigos en lengua espanol. (page 22)
  • Mots arabes dans la langue francaise. (page 27)
  • Arabian words in english tongue. (page 29)
  • Arabicae et Syriacae voces in Latina lingua. (page 31)
  • Appendice I. (page 32)
  • Appendice II. (page 34)
  • Indice Della Prima Parte (page 43)
  • Appendice III. (page 55)
  • Appendice II. (page 58)
  • Appendice I. (page 67)
  • English words in arabian spoken tongue. (page 69)
  • Latinae voces in Arabica lingua. (page 71)
  • Mots francais dans la langue arabe parlee. (page 75)
  • Vocaboli italiani nella lingua araba. (page 95)
  • Parte Seconda (page 96)
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