LINGUIST List 14.761

Mon Mar 17 2003

Qs: Aramaic and Hebrew, Field Recording Devices

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  1. Rambam26, Aramaic and Hebrew
  2. Jim Long, Field recording devices

Message 1: Aramaic and Hebrew

Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2003 19:53:59 EST
From: Rambam26 <Rambam26aol.com>
Subject: Aramaic and Hebrew


Dear Linguist(s),

 I know that Hebrew and Aramaic are inextricably close languages,
but do you know actual words or phrases that are identical between the
two, or where I could find that sort of information. Secondly, I
noticed that the Arabic word for orange (bartakali) and the Greek word
for orange (portokali) are (rootly) the same. Are there any other
notable similarities or connections between Arabic and Greek?

 
With
Gratitude,
Omar



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Message 2: Field recording devices

Date: Sun, 16 Mar 2003 00:22:40 +0000
From: Jim Long <jimlongworldpassage.net>
Subject: Field recording devices

Two respondents to my recent query re. Field Recording Devices
(Linguist 14.606) sent me additional email after the summary posting.
They were lost due to a system crash. Please resend your addenda so I
can post them to the list.

Sorry for the extra trouble, but your comments are appreciated and I
don't want to lose them.

Thanks,
Jim Long 
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