Ethiopic Grammar (Ancient Language Resources) by August Dillmann

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391 3. T\9**l • • 392 § 165. § 166. § 167. [b) The other more frequently used Prepositions (4—10) . Prepositions (Class b) continued (11—23) (c) Words occurring as Prepositions, but less frequently (24-38) Attachment of Suffixes to Prepositions III. § 168. § 169. § 170. § 171. 394 399 404 406 CONJUNCTIONS. General Account of Conjunctions 1. Copulative, Disjunctive, Adversative and Restrictive Conjunctions (1—9) 2. Inferential, Causal and Final Conjunctions (1—10) . . 3. Conjunctions expressing Conditional and Temporal Relations (1—10) Prevalence and Force of Prefix- and Affix-Particles in Ethiopie PART THIRD.

Europeans have been made better acquainted with this language through ISENBKRG'S 'Dictionary of the Amharic Language', London 1841, and ' Grammar of the Amharic Language , London 1842. [V. now also PBAETOBIUS, Die Amharische 8prache\ Halle 1879; GUIDI, 'Grammatica elementare della 1 1 2 1 l — §2- 3 — manifold forms is spoken, or at least understood, in Shoa and in all the district lying between Takazze and Abawi. On the other hand the language spoken in the Tigre country has retained the nearest resemblance to Ethiopic ( ).

2. Methods of indicating Indefiniteness in the Noun . . 423 426 XXVI CONTENTS. II. GOVERNMENT OE T H E VERB. 1. NOUNS AND PRONOUNS I N S U B O R D I N A T I O N TO T H E V E R B . (a) The Verbal Object expressed by the Accusative. Accusative of an associated Nomen as determining the idea of the Verb. — (a) Adverbial Accusative of Kind and Manner (b) Accusative of Place and Time (c) Accusative of Measure § 175. —Accusative of Purport or Reference:— (a) Emphatic Acc. of Derived Noun, or Noun of Kindred Meaning (b) Acc.

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