Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


Reasoning Some of the Deviates from Arabic Orthography-Linguistic and Morphological Explanations

Author(s): Mesfer Mihmas Alkbiri Aldawsari

It is widely recognized that language is subjected to the historical and civilizational conditions that society is going through. Drawing is another form of language which transmits the ethnicities among the civilizations. It witnesses the evidence of the remaining nations. It has well-defined rules for calligraphy, which are now known as the rules of orthography. In the orthography studies, it has been noticed that some words deviate from the rules and some other words in which some parts of its structure are omitted. Some of the deviations have been explained, and others are left unexplained or are unconvincingly explained. This research aims to explain the deviates of the words from their origin. To achieve the purpose, it has followed both descriptive and analytical approaches. It accentuates the Arab’s explanation for drawing their words. It has been found that the Arabs have drawn their words consciously to avoid confusion in speech and writing. There is a dire need to conduct similar studies on reasoning the deviates from the rules of orthography.

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