Algerian syllables

In this article in the base of the list of the Algerian non-borrowed words, there is formed the list of the Algerian syllables. The rule of forming syllable are standard (as in English) and it gives the way of exploring Algerian syllables.

Appendix 6 shows the list of non-borrowed which were found in the previous cycle of articles. The problem of borrowing from the Moroccan dialect is omitted here because of that any Moroccan vocabulary didn’t be found.

The words from the Appendix 1 are true-Algerian because

[zu:j] – 2, [la] – 4, [shi:] – 3, [ya] – 7, [pi:s] – 1, [da] – 4, [Khee] – 1, [Ra] – 7, [Ta] – 5, [Ri:] – 4, [qa] – 3, [ma:] – 2, [li:H] – 2, [va] – 1, [li:] – 5, [za:t] – 1, [ba:z] – 1, [lib] – 1, [HaR] – 1, [lu:b] – 1, [kHal] – 1, [Dam] – 1, [gan] – 1, [Khoo] – 1, [qah] — 1, [wa:] – 4, [Tu:] – 1, [nu:] – 1, [bi:l] – 1, [ba:] – 2, [boR] – 2, [sil] (sil’) – 1, [‘a] – 4, [faR] – 1, [maaj] – 1, [Raa] -2, [ni] – 1, [saq] – 1, [nee] – 3, [an] – 2, [zhee] – 1, [me] – 1, [laam – 1, [meD] – 1, [ghaa] —  3, [meq] – 1, [aR] – 4, [ey] – 1, [ba] – 3, [waa’] —  1, [jib] – 1, [lu:] – 5, [den] – 1, [kool] – 1, [miR] – 1, [faq] – 1, [faa] – 1, [Ragh] – 1, [shwee (wee) – 3 (4), [wel] – 1, [Ha] – 3, [waat] – 1, [wiR] – 1, [amee (mee)] —  1 (2), [kaal] – 1, [gRu (Ru)] – 1 (1), [naad] – 1, [as] – 1, [aas] – 1, [kaa] – 3, [boos] — 1, [tqeel (qeel)] — 1 (1)], [Sa] – 1, [Ha] – 2, [mna] – 2, [dee] – 1, [beet] – 1, [stee (tee)] – 1 (1)), [Raad] – 1, [moos] – 1, [min]- 1 (4), [be’d] – 1 [shwaa] — 1, [Reb] – 1, [bi] – 1, [zaaf] – 1, [be] 1, [laak] – 1, [waa] – 1, [bHee] – 1, [lu] – 1, [seel] – 1, [kthaR] – 1, [mid] – 1, [fa] – 1, [laad] – 1, [Rog] – 1, [sta] – 1, [neef] – 1, [Duk] – 1, [fiRml] – 1, [ma’] – 1, [tchee (chee)] – 1 (1) , [jaay] – 1, [HjaR] – 1, [tas] – 1, [ReeH] – 1, [see] – 1, [ooR] – 1, [kthaR] – 1, [foR] – 1, [soo] – 2, [soo] – 2, [fyoo] – 1, [tilj] – 1, [mugh] – 1, [Raf] – 1, [mu] – 1, [Re] – 1, [Roo] – 1, [bloo] – 1, [kee] — 1, [Roz] – 1, [Roz] – 1, [wa] – 2, [wa] – 1, [qaa] – 1, [wee] – 1, [ba] – 2, [mood] – 1, [me’] – 1, [maKh] – 2, [zan]  — 1, [shaaR] – 1, [skotch] – 1, [laa] – 1, [aks] – 1, [heeh] – 1, [il] – 1, [jaa] – 1, [wab] – 1, [tit] -1, [maR] – 1, [yoon] – 1, [yoon] – 1, [na] – 1, [smaa] – 1, [mshi] – 1, [mshi] – 3, [wuq] – 1, [taah] – 1, [taah] – 1, [mil] – 1, [maRt] — 1, [ma] – 1, [gha] – 1, [lat] – 1, [let] – 1, [eeh] – 1.

This list shows the most common Algerian syllables are: the next. They are selected as the syllables with frequent more than 3 and 3.

La, ta, da, Ra, Ta, Ri:, li:, wa: ‘a, aR, lu: and wi:,

This list of the Algerian syllables shows the most frequent consonant is “l” and vowel is “a”, This list of the syllables will be used in the next articles of the Arabic dialects.

 Appendix 6

Algerian Translation
zooj two
la’sheeya afternoon
lapeest airfield
daKheeRa ammunition
TaReeqa azimuth
maashee mleeH bad
vaaleezaat baggage
labaaz base
lib-HaR beach
loobya beans
kHal black
la’Dam bone
ganTaRa bridge
Khoo brother
qah-wee brown
bwaaTa can
Toonoobeel car
baaboR sil’a cargo
faRmaaj cheese
dRaaRee children
nisaq coordinates
dawaanee customs worker
daanzhee danger
meDlaam dark
ghaameq deep
aReyba demolition
waa’aR difficult
waajib dub
looden ear
kool eat
miRfaq elbow
faaRagh empty
ghaalee expensive
shweeya few (little)
loowel first
Hawaat fisherman
baRaanee foreign
fuRsheeTa fork
wiRqa form (document)
fReeshk fresh
ameekaal friendly
gRunaad grenade
asaas guard
kaaboos gun
tqeel heavy
SaHa hello
mnadee humidity
Habeet I wan’t
steeRaad import
moos knife
minbe’d later
leesRa left
kRa’ leg
shwaaReb lips
bizaaf many (many)
belaak maybe
leewaa mayor
bHeeRa meadow
lugham minor
meeseel missile
kthaR min more than
midfa mortar
laadRog narcotics
leesta nomenclature
neef nose
Duk now
fiRmleeya nurse
ma’leeh OK
tcheenee orange
jaay min origin
shweeya min part
HjaR pelvis/groin
tasReeH permission
Tabsee plate
ooRaasek Please
kthaR plus
foR powerful
fyoolee purple
sooma rate
Roosoo receipt
leekooloonaa ةrelatives
mablookee restricted
Roz (to) rice
leemna right
SaH right (truth)
waad river
qaawee severe
baaboR ship
tqeel slow
tilj snow
shweeya some (a few)
mughRaf spoon
muReba square
‘amood stake
me’da stomach (organ)
maKhzan storage
shaaR tank
skotch tape
laaTaaks tariff
il-heeh there
baash itjaawab to answer
baash tit’amaR to fill out
zoba’a tornado
kaamyoon truck
bizaaf very
Hnaaya we are
smaana week
mshimaKh wet
waash? what?
wuqtaah? when?
shkoon? who?
kaamil whole
maRt wife
maRa woman
ghalaT wrong
ghaaleT wrong (incorrect)
eeh yes

Resources,

Algerian words — www. memrise .com

Arabic –www. arabic.britannicaenglish. com

This article was written by Ilya Duchanin.

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