According to Bohas and Dat, the assumption of a triradical root that underlies the organization of the lexicon fails to explain much phonetic and semantic regularity in Semitic, such as polysemy and homonymy (p. 10). [...] the book under review is a nice summary of the theories developed by Bohas in the last two decades.
372 Journal of the American Oriental Society 128.2 (2008) Third, the author’s belief that only morphological distinctions that appear in writing actually existed in the language is also improbable. For example, the verb form jr.n.j in sps pn jr.n.j (Stela Tübingen 458,7) is inter
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