• Kawthar Salman Jawad Al-Saeedi


There is no exception except in the languages ​​of the southern people, which is the Arabic language and the languages ​​of the Arabic and southern languages ​​and the Ethiopian languages, and there is no darkness except in the Arabic language dialects of ancient and modern and in the southern Arabic languages ​​of the modern modern as well as in the language Ujriti, which is the northern Semitic languages. In the time of the Prophet, the sharks used to say that it was harmful because (Tad) became (dad) as it became a shahid. In some dialects of Arabic Dala as well as the word (Thing) became German (Ding), As for the name of the ablution was its original word (J) Any second exaggerated and written by the Arabs I with the point because it derived from the tyranny a s derived from the T, but I heard this word, but heard a Swedish world a hundred years ago when some Arabs. It is known that the most Bedouin and some peasants utter the epithet and the antagonism as a single character means (Tad) and the people of ca Quraish were dispersed between the shadow and the shadow and this difference is what continued in the language fluent. Arab peoples confuse the sounds of noise and darkness with a great mix of pronunciation and writing, as in some countries of Iraq and North Africa, and not the voice of the common enemy in Egypt and the Levant, the happiest of its kind in Iraq and Morocco, T h e old though di d not mingle with this voice of oppression, as happened to him in that country. Contrast and darkness have been subjected to change in the voice of a number of Semitic languages, each Zad and each and every Arab and oppressed, for example, in Hebrew, so the solution of one vote in Hebrew replaced three votes in Arabic and also the same in Akkadian Akdad Akkadian corresponds to three voices are Arabic, 6_see Dr. Ibrahim Anis that it is inferred from the description of the ancients of this voice that the adversary as described by Hebron and the way to go to it, which we speak now, the original antibody as described in the books of readings less severe than we speak now, A relatively slow separation.


Download data is not yet available.




How to Cite

Kawthar Salman Jawad Al-Saeedi. (2020). THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE PRONUNCIATION OF AD-DHAH AND THA IN THE PAST AND PRESENT. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(7), 16930-16938. Retrieved from