Table of contents for Semito-Hamitic festschrift for A.B. Dolgopolsky and H. Jungraithmayr / Gabor Takacs (ed.).


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G. Takcics
V o rw o rt  .........................................................................................................................  v ii
Kh. Alio
Contacts de langues et contacts de cultures dans les regions de I'Abou-Telfane
et du Bahr Signakha (Gu6ra, Tchad) .........................   .................... 1
A. Allati
Proto-berbere et proto-afro-asiatique: l'aspect ...................... .............. 19
AM Bechhaus-Gerst
The Classification of Cushitic and Omotic: a Critique................. .......27
Af L. Bender ?
Proto-Cushitic  Lexical Innovations............................................. 35
FE. Beyhl and B.A. Mies
Vernacular Names of Soqotran Plants.......................... .................... 47
V Blafek
Egyptian rmt "Man": An Attempt at an Afroasiatic Etymology ...................................57
R. Blench
Omotic Livestock Terminology and Its Implications for the History of Afroasiatic .....63
A.R. Bomhard
A Sketch of Proto-Afrasian Phonology .................................... ......79
B. Caron
Bu:, aka Zaranda (Chadic, South-Bauchi West): Wordlist and Grammatical Notes ......93
R. Cosper
Cross-Validation of Lexical Data in Chadic: A Comparison of Sources
in  S o uth  B auch i........................................................................................ .................... 120
Ch1. Ehret
Yaakuan and Eastern Cushitic: A Historical Linguistic Overview ............................ 128
L. Galand
Sur la finale instable -u de certains parlers touaregs meridionaux ............................. 142
G. Hudson
Ethiopian  Semitic M onth-names ........................................ 150
G. Kapchits and V Porkhomnovsky
Somali Kinship  Term s ........................................................... 155
L. Kogan
On a-Ablaut in the Nominal and Verbal Paradigms in Semitic .................................. 161
S. Levin
Anecdotal Clues to History from  Details of Language .......................................... 169
D. Lbohr
Revisiting the Aspectual Domain in Malgwa (Central Chadic)...................... ........... 173
A. Mdcelaru
Compensatory Metathesis as a Source of Nonconcatenative Morphology:
Some  Semitic Evidence ......................................................... 186
A. Militarev
Toward a Complete Etymology-based Hundred Wordlist of Semitic:
Second Third (Items 34-66) ............................................. 194
zAJ Mous and M. Qorro
The Evidential Adverb hhW o in Iraqw  .......................................... 223
Mulugeta Seyoum
A Brief Description of the Function of the Morpheme -k6 in Dime ........................ 231
R. Nicolai
De la g6n6alogie des langues au contact: th6orie a la limite a l'6preuve du songhay ...242
C. Peust
Some Cushitic Etymologies.......................  ................................. 257
A. Roccati
Egiziano  regionale ....................................... ............................. 262
HI. Satzinger
The Etymology of Coptic "Ashes": Chadic or Nostratic?..........................................265
R.G. Schuh
Finding Cognates in West Chadic ...................................................... 272
C. Taine-Cheikh
Les verbes ddriv6s A pr6fixe ,,S" en berb&re: le cas du zdnaga, entre grammaire
et lexique ..................... ................................................ ..............  284
G. Takdics
Lexica  A froasiatica  V II ............................................................ 310
M. Vergari
How to Express "Adjectives" in Saho ................. ....................   337
R.M. Voigt
Tschadisch und Semitohamitisch ......................   .    .................... 347
WG.E. Watson
U garitic  qq: an  E nigm a..................................................................... .................... 361
K. Wedekind and M  Mohammed
A Beja Saga in Four Dialects: Lexical and Other Differences............................ 366



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Afroasiatic languages