The concept of Arabic Absorption Patterns in Indonesian and Malay Language

AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies

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Title The concept of Arabic Absorption Patterns in Indonesian and Malay Language
Creator Harun, Makmur Haji
Arabic, Indonesian, Malay, absortion, language, Southeast Asian
Description Arabic is absorbed into many other languages in the world, especially the majority of the Muslim population, and then melted into a speech language as a means of communication. Various Arabic terms are used in the communication of the high literary touches in accordance with the oral narrative including in Indonesia and Malaysia in particular and in Southeast Asia generally. The development of language in these two countries continues to expand its use so that it is no longer merely as an intermediate language but also the absorption of language used through literature, science, media, literature, Law, economics, social, art, Other cultures as the appreciation of the civilization of the local Islamic community, as well as its pattern, symbol and philosophy of life. There are many Arab removals that are entered and used in Bahasa Indonesia and Malay using certain patterns to facilitate the user to speak verbally and written. The purpose of this study aims to analyze the pattern of absorption of Arabic into Indonesian and Malay language in communicating as a fundamental proof of foreign uptake that underlies the height of philosophy and literature. The methodology of the study used is also developed through a library study with various forms of methods, theories and patterns as an easy channel to understand more fundamentally the form of theory and accounting. As the implication of this study is also expected to be the level and identity of the people of Indonesia and Malaysia which is reflected by language as the identity of the nation and state.
Publisher Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Curup
Date 2019-12-09
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies; Vol 4, No 2 (2019); 151-180
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 Makmur Haji Harun

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