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Re-engaging Comparative Semitic and Arabic Studies
In this paper, we provide a synchronic account of word stress in the Modern South Arabian language, Mehri, as spoken by members of the Bit Thuwar tribe. The data is taken from the first author's own fieldwork working in Central Dhofar with members of the Bit Thuwar sub-tribes-Bit Iqh r in Rabkut and parts of the mountains that receive the monsoon rains, and Bit mawsh in Dhahbun-with reference, where appropriate, to Johnstone (1987). 3 This paper is a significant expansion and a partial revisiondoi:10.2307/j.ctvcm4fp0.8 fatcat:7j7paz47obg2dn4t23465qcdvy