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Au centre du pays, à proximité de l'ancienne capitale Aksoum, une langue nouvelle se développa du ge'ez. du nom de sa patiie, le pays de Tigre, auquel ou a donné une finale amharique. Cette langue est fortement influencée par Tambarique dominant dans le pays. Le caractère ancien est un peu plus fidèlement conservé par le dialecte parlé plus au C'est le iigrina, ainsi appelé nord dans la colonie italienne Dablak. Ou distingue ce ficiellement choisi de tiyrP, Le tigre ne provient pas au mais d'un dialecte proche îles d'Erythrée, et dans les dialecte sous le nom arti- du pays lui même.

Une explosive sourde vélaire emphatique q avec arrêt brusque après l'explosion. ' 6. Deux sourde p spirantes interdentales ou postdentales, une et une sonoi'e d; dans l'articulation de ces GRAMMAIRE COMPAREE DES LANGUES SEMITIQUES. 57 I)liouèmes l'air passe par une ouvei'ture eu forme de feute (spaltrürinige Enge) entre le bord des dents de la mâchoire supérieure et Deux la pointe de de la langue. même manière, mais emphatiquement, avec élévation du dos de la langue aux alvéoles et arrêt brusque de l'émission du son, ime sourde ^ et une sonore ä.

Il n'y a pour son em[)li»i. Bien des exemples analogues chez les peui)les dits sauvages légitiment cette façon de voir. Cette langue de la poésie arabe se distingue ime })ar grande richesse de foi'mes grammaticales et nuirque dans la tiuesse d'expression des rapports syntaxiques le plus haut point du développement des langues sémitiques. Son vocabulaire est extraordinairement l'iche c'est un fleuve qu'alimentent les sources de tous les ; dialectes ])articuliers des tribus. que Au reste cette richesse les lexicograidies indigènes se plaisent tant et si souvent à louer de fa(;on un peu excessive, ne marque pas que les Ai'al)es aient largement pris conscience de l'univers.

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