2018, Volume 1, Issue 19, Pages 221-286
AbstractThe aim of research is to deal with carry out a morphological study about the plural forms in the speech of Fatima Bint AlHussein (Peace be upon them) which she gave before the people of Kufa after her return from Kerbala. Some of those plurals are:
First: Jam' Al-Muthakkar Al Salim (plural form of masculine: baneeh)
Second: Jam' Al-Mu'annath Al Salim (plural form of feminine: salawat),
Third: Al-Takseer Plurals:
Fourth: Pronouns indicating plural forms:
1- waw aljamaa: tahtadoon,
2- naa almaf'ool bihi: akramna akramnaa
Fifth: singular connotation indicating plural in her words:
do you know which hand of yours that stabbed us.
And what people came to fight us.
And how you came to fight us.
And you have become unable to hear and see.
And your eyesight have become weak and unclear.
I depended on studying structures of those plurals, and the meanings, on the old and modern books of linguistics and morphology
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