New PDF release: An Introduction to the Study of Classical Armenian

By Robert Godel

ISBN-10: 3920153375

ISBN-13: 9783920153377

The writer is especially attracted to comparative and historic study on Armenian as an Indo-European language. This "Introduction" involves components. the 1st one describes the phonological and morphological process of Classical Armenian with the aim of surroundings off its attribute good points, now not of residing on such info as are available in any sturdy grammar e-book. the second one half is comparative and historic. along with the simplest ascertained proof, it contains disscussions on arguable concerns, in addition to a few new insights in histroical morphology.

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1962, p. 93-104. But see also Jensen, § 296). At any rate, the solution of the problem depends on more comprehensive studies than have been made so far 2 8. Incidentally, it is worth remarking that ClArn1. has hardly any trace of prefixes used as aspect markers, as there are in Slavic and other IE languages. In view of the sparse compound verbs that occur in classical literature (gathered in Meillet, 1962, p. , or whether ·the extant examples are survivals. 222. 223. Ind. pres. em 'I am' es e emk' impf.

Argelek' hanek' barjek' arkek' nstaruk', etc. 221. 236. On the cohortative forms : 2nd sg. -ifir, pl. -ifik' (from -em or -im presents}, and -fir, -fik' (from aorist stems), see Jensen, §§ 243 and 261. Meillet quotes the former (-ifir, -ifik') in connection with the pres. subjunctive (1913, §§ 105 d, 122), while Abrahamyan describes the latter only under the heading : cohortative, or future of the imperative ( §§ 267-272). These forms hold a rather marginal place in the verb system, except -fik', the normal ending of the 2nd pl.

The inflection vowel (a, e, i or u) combines with the following endings : a) Sg. l 2 3 -m -s -(y) Pl. -mk' -(y)k' -n Concerning the 3rd sg. 211). t there may be a Holy Spirit', Act. 2. 231) We thus get four paradigms : orsam 'I hunt' orsas orsay orsamk' orsayk' orsan b) grem 'I write' gres gre gremk' grek' gren - hayim 'I look' hayis hayi hayimk' hayik' hayin argelum 'I hinder' argelus argelu argelumk' argeluk' argelun The impf. ind. has vocalic endings, except in the 3rd sg. : Sg. 1 2 3 -i -ir Pl.

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