ALOU AND ITS RULES IN THE ARABS' LANGUAGE: AN APPLIED GRAMMATICAL STUDY IN AN ELECTRONIC ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MODERN POETRY

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  • Mohamed Taha Abd Alkhalek Alajiri

Abstract

The study aims at clarifying Alou's rules in Arabic; collecting the ideas of linguistics, grammarians, and others about alou; and revealing the forms of alou found in an Electronic Encyclopedia of modern poetry, especially in Ahmed Moharam's and Gobran Khalil Gobran's poetry. The methodology adopted in this study is the analytical descriptive approach. The most important results of the study are: occurrence of Alou in an electronic encyclopedia of modern poetry in Ahmed Moharam’s and Gobran Khalil Gobran’s poetry, in forms not mentioned by linguists, grammarians and others: such as min olouin, min olouwin, and min oulan; the addition of the preposition ela to alou in Moharam's and Gobran's poetry; and the separation, in Moharam's poetry, of one of alou's forms aalin and the preposition that precedes it by a noun that means all: koul. The study recommends that researchers should be encouraged to conduct further research and scientific studies on the verbal nouns.  

 

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2020-12-03 — Updated on 2021-01-24

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Mohamed Taha Abd Alkhalek Alajiri. (2021). ALOU AND ITS RULES IN THE ARABS’ LANGUAGE: AN APPLIED GRAMMATICAL STUDY IN AN ELECTRONIC ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MODERN POETRY. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 9017 - 9026. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2369 (Original work published December 3, 2020)