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Open Access A Description Of The Dialects Of The Ǧbāliyyah, Awlād Sa‘īd, Ṣawālḥah, Garāršah And Ḥamāḍah With Remarks On The Dialects Of The Hanādwah And ‘Lēgāt

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A Description Of The Dialects Of The Ǧbāliyyah, Awlād Sa‘īd, Ṣawālḥah, Garāršah And Ḥamāḍah With Remarks On The Dialects Of The Hanādwah And ‘Lēgāt

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In 1992 Tetsuo Nishio published a basic vocabulary of the dialect of the ǦBāliyyah tribe in the central south of Sinai. This chapter sheds some more light on the questions that may have arisen from Nishio 1992, and additional material is presented including material on neighbouring dialects: the dialects spoken by the Awlād Saīd, Ṣawālḥah and Garāršah. Although there are some differences, these dialects show a large number of similarities justifying their treatment as one typological group. In addition, the chapter contains remarks on the Hanadwah, who are one of the families said to be of non-Bedouin origin living in Wādiy aṭ-Ṭūr (just to the northeast of the town of aṭ-Ṭūr).

Keywords: Lēgāt; ǦBāliyyah, Awlād Saīd; Hanadwah; Sinai

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