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X parlers (et même à l'intérieur d'un même parler) entre -1 et -a v ~~stha, ,_ Ydsthaw. Ce thème exprime généralement l'idée qu'on demande ou qu'on veut que soit réalisée la notion expri- Thème IX mée par la racine. - qbah "devenir méchant". La voyelle initiale d'attaque, à l'accompli, n'est pas toujours entendue. L'impératif est irrégulièrement en usage. l'Est, et dans les parlers bédouins. revêt volontiers la forme assimilée d'attaque tombant souvent du thème fondamental, comporte l'abrègement de la voyelle formative -~- aux deux premières personnes du singulier et du pluriel de l'accompli (avec variation possible de timbre Dmaçt/ Qm9rt).

Verbes du thème VI la finale -a. bes du thème fondamental. (3)n~ra "s'acheter" tdawIt, tdawa, tdawaw, natdawa, yatdawaw, tdawa, Pour les verbes de tue lui aussi le réfléchi-passif de verbes du thème fondamental, avec peut-itre cette nuance que l'action est réalisée "pour soi-mime" . La conjugaison des verbes de racine "saine" et "assimilée", il comporte, au long de la racine "saine" présente l a mime alternance syllabique que conjugaison , la même alternance syllabique que ceux du celle du thème fondamental.

Ce thème constitue le réfléchi-passif de ver- est inégalement en usage au Maghreb: il est rare en Tunisie. - ceux des Thème VII I~ . ~, nansra, y;msraw. nsrrt, nsra, avec voyelle ~ final, à l'inaccompli. verbes du thème VI la finale -a. bes du thème fondamental. (3)n~ra "s'acheter" tdawIt, tdawa, tdawaw, natdawa, yatdawaw, tdawa, Pour les verbes de tue lui aussi le réfléchi-passif de verbes du thème fondamental, avec peut-itre cette nuance que l'action est réalisée "pour soi-mime" . La conjugaison des verbes de racine "saine" et "assimilée", il comporte, au long de la racine "saine" présente l a mime alternance syllabique que conjugaison , la même alternance syllabique que ceux du celle du thème fondamental.

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