Peust, Carsten
Egyptian phonology: an introduction to the phonology of a dead language — Göttingen, 1999

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Selective index

This index does not include all Egyptian words and topics discussed in this book, but only
those where I found it necessary. This can mean that:

• I have discussed an issue or a word at a place in this book which the reader would
otherwise find with difficulty;

• I have proposed a new phonological interpretation of a word or forwarded a new
argument which is relevant to its phonological interpretation;

• I have proposed a new etymology;

• I have supported an etymology which is not yet well known;

• I have cited new relevant literature on a word to which I wish to draw the reader's
attention.

Words and topics are omitted from this index in cases such as the following:

• I have discussed an issue or a word at a place in this book which should be obvious
from the table of contents;

• I have nothing new to say to a specific word but merely cite it to support my
argument.

Topics

Akhmimic

§2.3

alphabet, order of

§ 2.8.1

analogical levelling

§ 3.14.3.5,3.16.2,
5.5.10.2,5.6.3.3,
5.6.6.3,5.8.6.8

apophony in Coptic

§4-!

Arabic, pronunciation
of c in

§ 3.3.8.1,3.9.7

article, definite, short
and long forms in
Sahidic

§ 3.2.4, 8.3.3, note
in 5.6.6.3,5.9.1,
5.10.4

article, definite and
indefinite, as an areal
feature

note in § 1.1

auslaut desonorization

§ 3.12.4

Bohairic

§2.3

book-pronunciation
(mots savants)

§3.14.3.6,3.14.8

borrowing,
interdialectal

§ 5-3-1,5.8.6.4

bradysyllabation

§ 5.2.3.3, 5.9.2

central high vowel (i)

note in § 5.6.6.2

chain shift of vowels

§5-S-i

cluster simplification

§ 4.9.2.3

Demotic script

§ 2.5.2

determinative

note in § 2.5.7

dialect mixture

§5-3-1

djinkim

§ 2-7-5,3.4.2

double closure,
plosive with (/fcp/)

§3.7-4

"Dreisilbengesetz"

§4-5-2

English, Egyptian
loan words in

§ 2-9-5

English /9/,
substitution of, in
other languages

§3.3.6

Fayyumic

§2.3

graecization, phonetic,
of Egyptian names

§ 2.10.2, appendix 9

Greek, function of
vowel graphemes in
Classical

§5-i

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