DOI:​10.11648/J.IJLL.20130104.13
Corpus ID: 55414594
The Arabic Origins of "Love and Sexual Terms" in English and European Languages: A Lexical Root Theory Approach
Zaidan Ali Jassem
Published 2013
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International Journal of Language and Linguistics
This paper investigates the Arabic cognates or origins of love and sexual words in English, German, French, Latin, and Greek from a lexical root theory perspective. The data consists of 239 terms… Expand
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