ARABISM IN THE BOSNIAN LANGUAGE AND THE IMPORTANCE OF ITS KNOWLEDGE IN THE PROCESS OF THE ARABIC LANGUAGE EDUCATION Cover Image

ARABIZMI U BOSANSKOM JEZIKU I ZNAČAJ NJIHOVOG POZNAVANJA U NASTAVI ARAPSKOG JEZIKA
ARABISM IN THE BOSNIAN LANGUAGE AND THE IMPORTANCE OF ITS KNOWLEDGE IN THE PROCESS OF THE ARABIC LANGUAGE EDUCATION

Author(s): Hajrudin Hodžić
Subject(s): Theoretical Linguistics, Comparative Linguistics, South Slavic Languages, Philology, Turkish language
Published by: ISLAMSKI PEDAGOŠKI FAKULTET U BIHAĆU
Keywords: Arabism; Turkish loanwords; Orientalism; voice changes; a hybrid word; Arabic language; Turkish language;

Summary/Abstract: Arabism is words of Arabic origin, which has been transmitted through the Turkish language and established itself in the Bosnian language. Arabism is often studied under the name of Turkish loanword, since it arrived in the Bosnian language through Turkish language, and is routinely considered to be of Turkish origin, although this term includes not only the words of Turkish, but also words from Arabic and Persian languages. The aim of this work is to present Arabism in Bosnian language: defining the concept of Arabism, and the differences between Arabism and Turkish words, an explanation how Arabism came to our region and how many Arabism can be found in our language. The paper referred to the phonetic and semantic changes that have occurred during their entry into the Bosnian language, stating the practical examples of Arabism in our language.

  • Issue Year: 2011
  • Issue No: 4
  • Page Range: 391-408
  • Page Count: 18
  • Language: Bosnian