The Foreign Vocabulary of the Qurʼān
Republication of Arthur Jeffery's important study, "The Foreign Vocabulary of the Qur'?n," offers a new generation of scholars and students access to this foundational text. Arranged in Arabic alphabetical order, Jeffery's compendium of philological scholarship remains an indispensable tool for any serious study of Qur'?nic semantics. Drawing upon etymological examination of languages such as Greek, Persian, Syriac, Ethiopic, Coptic and Nabataean, Jeffery's work illuminates the rich linguistic texture of Islam's holy book. His lengthy introductory essay explores the exegetical analysis offered by medieval Muslim commentators as well as the insights provided by more recent research.
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Abhängigkeit Abyssinian Ahrens Akkad al-Jawālīqī al-Khafājī Arabia Arabic word Aram Aramaic as-Suyūtī Baid Cheikho Christian D. H. Müller derived dialect doubtless Dvořák early authorities early borrowing Fiqh foreign word Fraenkel Fremdw Geiger genuine Arabic Glossarium Glossary Gramm Hebrew Hirschfeld Horovitz Hübschmann Ibn Abbās Ibn Duraid Ibn Qutaiba Injīl inscriptions Iranian Islam Jewish Jews Lagarde Leben Lexicons Lidzbarski loan-word Madinan Mandaean Margoliouth meaning Middle Persian Mingana Muarrab Mufradāt Muhammad Muslim Muslim authorities Mutaw Nabataean Nasrāniya Neue Beiträge Nöldeke Noms propres Offenbarung old poetry origin Paradise passages Pautz Persian Peshitta philologers Phlv Phon PPGl pre-Islamic probably quotes Qurān Qurānic Rabbinic Rāghib reference root Rossini Safaite Schwally Semitic sense Sprenger Studien sub voc suggested Sūra Syriac Influence Talmud Targums verb verse Vide Vocab Vollers word occurs WZKM xvii xxvi xxxviii ZDMG Zimmern