By Rudolf E. de Jong

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Wāsʿih # “wide (sg. )”, sabʿih # “seven”, ilFātḥih # “the Fātiḥah sūrah”, ibīḥih “animal for slaughter”.  Prosodic lengthening of short vowels To express extra emphasis, such as on long durations of time, long distances, great quantities and the like, speakers often prosodically lengthen short vowels. Examples are: la ḥa dd sanah xamsih “(I was in school all the time) until the fijifth year” and iysallūh ʿala nnāṛ ki iy lamma yanšaf “they cook it over the fijire like this (all the time) until it dries”.

E. A. [a r]), but (unvelarized) k ǟr and (velarized) kḅāṛ in LA. Examples with velarized āṛ listed for group VI may also be heard in ṬwA and HnA. Some additional examples are: ʿfāṛ “dust”, zwāṛah “(annual) visit to the tomb of a wiliy”, zyāṛah “visit”, dāṛuh “his house”, fāṛ “rats; mice” and ǧizzāṛ “butcher”, sgāṛah “cigarette”. Some LA examples are fāṛ, dāṛ, phonology, vowels 27 Badāṛah “name of a neighbouring tribe”, ʿamāṛ “enough (said to politely refuse tea or cofffee)”, nāṛ “fijire”, nahāṛ “daytime”.

30); Zāyid (67); all three from al-Madfūnih/Nag Šabānih, very near (appr. 300 metres) the border with Israel. The abbreviation used here to refer to their dialect is MlA. Ḥwēṭāt Slēmān (46) (born and living in al-Ǧidy); Mḥammad (born in al-Ḥammih, 20 km east of al-Ǧidy); Īd (28) (born and living in al-Ǧidy). The abbreviation used here to refer to their dialect is ḤwA. Dbūr al-Ḥaǧǧ Faráǧ (62); Awdih (appr. 45, though claims to be 60); Slēmān (appr. 35); Mḥammad (appr. 40, born in Tṛayfijih). The abbreviation used here to refer to their dialect is DbA.

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