التوابع في ديوان الهذليين دراسة نحوية دلالية The complements of Hatheli : Asemantical grammatical study

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2009-12-19
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عادل حسين عبدالله عياش
Adel Hussan Abdalleh Ayyash
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AL-Quds University
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Tribe of Hatheel played an important role in the accents of the Arabic tribes in Arabian Peninsula ; it was known for its clear accent , so it was reference for most of scholars in the Arabic language .A structural study for Hatheli Deewan is from the important subject to study the Arabic structure , but the Hatheli didn't get to study the complements as an independent and specific study by researchers . From this point , my choice to this subject came with a title of "the complements of Hatheli :Asemantical grammatical study . " The study aims at studying the study of the complements in Deewan AlHathelyeen , asemantical grammatical study .Shows the complements , a grammatical study and a study for the signifcance use of the Hatheli poet for the complements and how he is distinguished from other ancient poets . The study dealt with the descriptive and calcuable methods which worked out the wintnesses of the complements in Al-Deewan and the percentages of every poet . The study concluded with the most important results that the research reached of which the most out standing was that shown by the theoritical side of the common definition of the complements , its kinds and what it means to grammarians .It also showed the findings of the practical side in using complements among poets .The real adjective was used commonly and that refers to the interest of the Hatheli poet in the events of the inside and outside of the tribe .It also showed the big use of conjunctions , the object of their use where as the practical side showed that the assurance was of less use in Al-Deewan . The research recommend looking for the poems of Hatheel and studying AlHatheli poetry , significant , independent study .
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اللغة العربية وآدابها, Arabic Language & literature
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