Iles d Imesli
Volume 8, Numéro 1, Pages 189-195
Auteurs : Arezki Aoudia.
Agzul Deg uḍris-agi nga tasleḍt takennayt gar kra n wawalen amek i ten-senḍaqen deg tmeslayṭ n At Ɛidel deg Bgayet akk amek i ten-sendaqen deg tmeslayin n Ǧerǧer. Ayagi iwakken ad d-nbeggen turda belli tameslayt n At Ɛidel teḥrez aẓar amezwaru n waṭas n wawalen. Abstract In this text, we have shown how the AitAidel spoken language is conservative of the original structure of root through four linguistic facts responsible for the transformations of the structure of the root: the assimilation of the radicals, the phonetic change of A radical, shrinking of the root by vocalizing a radical and shrinking the root by falling a radical. We have relied on many examples that have worked this hypothesis that the AitAidel's spoken language is conservative. Compared with the dialects of the Kabylie of Djurdjura, the latter keeps the initial structure of the root synchronously.
structure de la racine, comparaison intradialectale, changement phonétique, rétrécissement de la racine, vocalisation