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Due to the rapid expansion of Islam in the 8th century, many people learned Arabic as a lingua franca. For this reason, the earliest grammatical treatises on Arabic are often written by non-native speakers. He was one of the earliest and greatest grammarians of the Arabic language, and his phonetic description of Arabic is one of the most precise ever made, leading some to compare him with Panini. He greatly helped to spread the Arabic language in the Middle East.

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His famous unnamed work, referred to as Al-Kitab , or "The Book", is a five volume seminal encyclopedic grammar of the Arabic language. Ibn Qutaybah , the earliest extant source, in his biographical entry under Sibawayh wrote simply:. He is Amr ibn Uthman, and he was mainly a grammarian. He arrived in Baghdad, fell in with the local grammarians, was humiliated and went back to some town in Persia, and died there while still a young man.

Born ca. Ka'b b. Khalid b. Malik b. Udad, [15] [16] he learned the dialects languages from Abu al-Khattab al-Akhfash al-Akbar the Elder and others.

He came to Iraq in the days of Harun al-Rashid when he was thirty-two years old and died in Persia when he was over forty. The accounts throw useful light on early contemporary debates which influenced the formulation of the principle fundamental Arabic grammar.

Involved was the translation of the sentence: "I have always thought that the scorpion was more painful in stinging than the hornet, and sure enough it is. To his dismay, however, al-Kisa'i ushered in four Bedouins who had 'happened' to be waiting by the door. In fact al-Kisa'i had bribed them earlier. His application of logic to the structural mechanics of language was wholly innovative for its time. Discrepancies in pronunciation may occur where a text is read aloud See harakat ; these pronunciation variants pose particular issues for religious readings of Qur'anic scripture where correct pronunciation, or reading, of God's Word is sacrosanct.

Al-Nadim describes the voluminous encyclopedic work, reputedly the collaboration of forty-two grammarians, [13] as "unequaled before his time and unrivaled afterwards". Sibawayh's book came from flourishing literary, philological and tafsir Quranic exegetical tradition that centred in the schools of Basra , Kufa and later at the Abbasid caliphal seat of Baghdad. Of the next generation of grammarians, Al-Mubarrad developed the work of his masters and wrote an "Introduction to Sibawayh", "Thorough Searching or Meaning of the Book of Sibawayh" and "Refutation of Sibawayh".

In an anecdote about ibn al-Sarraj being reprimanded for an error, he is said to have replied "you have trained me, but I've been neglecting what I studied while reading this book meaning the Book of Sibawayh - because I've been diverted by logic and music, and now I'm going back to [Sibawayh and grammar]".

And so he became the leading grammarian after al-Zajjaj, and wrote many books of scholarship. Ibn Durustuyah an associate and pupil of al-Mubarrad and Tha'lab wrote "The Triumph of Sibawayh over All the Grammarians" - this comprised a number of sections but was unfinished.

Al-Rummani wrote a "Commentary on Sibawayh". Due to its great unwieldiness and complexity the later grammarians produced concise grammars in a simple descriptive format suitable for general readership and educational purposes.

Sibawayh generally illustrates his statements and rules by quoting verses of poetry ; mainly from the Pre-Islamic Arabian and Bedouin poets and some from the early Umayyad Caliphate era. Although a grammar book, Sibawayh extends his theme into phonology , standardised pronunciation of the alphabet and prohibited deviations. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Niftawayh , Abu Turab al-Zahiri.

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His famous unnamed work, referred to as Al-Kitab , or "The Book", is a five volume seminal encyclopedic grammar of the Arabic language. Ibn Qutaybah , the earliest extant source, in his biographical entry under Sibawayh wrote simply:. He is Amr ibn Uthman, and he was mainly a grammarian. He arrived in Baghdad, fell in with the local grammarians, was humiliated and went back to some town in Persia, and died there while still a young man.

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