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The Morphosyntactic Level

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This chapter analyzes the šurūḥ of Genesis, Esther, and the Passover Haggadah. It scans selected examples through the morphosyntactic level. The use of the particle /lam/ to negate the perfect in the šarḥ is a verbatim translation that imitates the Hebrew original in its use of the negation particle and the following tense/aspect. In Later Egyptian Judeo-Arabic in general, and in the texts of the šurūḥ in particular, the negation particle /lam/ appears, not infrequently, preceded by a perfect verb. At times the šarḥan used spoken Judeo-Arabic prepositions in a probable attempt to translate interpretively. At other times the šarḥan selected a nonequivalent Judeo- Arabic preposition to translate the Hebrew original, also in an interpretive attempt.

Keywords: šarḥ; šarḥan; šurūḥ; Esther; Genesis; Hebrew; Judeo- Arabic preposition; morphosyntactic level; Passover Haggadah

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