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Verbal Collocations in Arabic Lexicons [ALRJournal]
ALRJournal. 2021; 5(7): 96-105 | DOI: 10.14744/alrj.2021.12754

Verbal Collocations in Arabic Lexicons

Abeer Obeid Al Shbeil
Arabic Language Department, Al Balqa

The researcher established the work in this paper by relying on the lexical meaning of both "word" and "collocation," then the resracher linked between the lexical and idiomatic meaning of those terms.The researcher also defined the most important terminologies that can be seen through the core of this paper, namely: tightness, co-occurancy, calcification, contradictory, and others. Then the researcher examined how the ancient Arab scholars touched the terminologies related to the modern world and she found many references to it without direct naming, especially in Asrar al-Balagha wrote by Jurjani,and Kashaf Istilahat al-funun wrote by Thanvi; this necessitated clarification of some types of collocations used among the Arabs, such as linguistic traits, common sayings, compound structures, and linguistics.On the practical side, the researcher adopted "Majma‘ al-amthāl" written by Maydani and Asas al-Balagha written by al-Zamakhshari, because each of them represents a tendency in linguistic thought and another different approach.

Keywords: Verbal collocations, Tightness, Co-occurancy, Calcification, Contradictory

Abeer Obeid Al Shbeil. Verbal Collocations in Arabic Lexicons. ALRJournal. 2021; 5(7): 96-105

Corresponding Author: Abeer Obeid Al Shbeil, Jordan
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