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ʾAṣl

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Author(s): Ramzi Baalbaki
The term ʾaṣl is primarily used as one of the major tools of an
Date: 2018-04-01

Tamyīz

(1,092 words)

Author(s): Ramzi Baalbaki
The term tamyīz is used by the Arab grammarians to refer to one of the functions of the accusative. Generally translated as ‘specification’ or ‘specifier’, tamyīz, especially in the earlier sources, has the synonyms mumayyiz, mufassir, tafsīr, mubayyin, and tabyīn (see, however, Ibn Šuqayr, Muḥallā 15–16, where tafsīr is reserved for the accusative after numbers; cf. Mubarrad, Muqtaḍab II, 144, 164, 173, III, 32, 91, 259, where tabyīn and tamyīz are distinguished, but not uniformly). Although Sībawayhi (d. 180/796) discusses tamyīz in various places of his Kitāb (I, 204–211, II, …
Date: 2018-04-01

Bināʾ

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Author(s): Ramzi Baalbaki
The term bināʾ is used in Arabic grammar to describe words which have fixed end-vowels. It may be generally translated as ‘indeclinability’, and is thus the antithesis of the term for ‘declinability’, ʾiʿrāb. This meaning most probably developed from the sense of ‘phonetic structure’, which bināʾ (pl. ʾabniya) indicates in expressions like bināʾ li-l-majhūl ‘passive form’, ʾabniyat al-jamʿ ‘plural patterns’, etc. The centrality of bināʾ to grammatical theory is best demonstrated by its discussion, along with ʾiʿrāb, by Sībawayhi (d. 180/796) in the very early parts of his Kitāb (I,…
Date: 2018-04-01