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Arabic influence on the Spanish language overwhelmingly dates from the Muslim rule in the Iberian Peninsula between and The influence results mainly from the large number of Arabic loanwords and derivations in Spanishplus a few other less obvious effects.

The Spanish languagealso called Castilianis a Romance language that evolved from the dialects Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain Roman Vulgar Latin spoken in the Iberian peninsula. The first documents written in a language with some features specific of modern Spanish are ascribed to a number of documents from different monasteries in the area Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain Burgos and La Rioja [1] in what is now northern Spain. However, Toledo in central Spain, which became the capital of the early Kingdom of Castile during its southward expansion, is where Mill Valley mature swingers began to appear in a written form recognizable today.

The pre-existing Mozarabic dialect of this region i.

The lexical influence of Arabic reached its greatest level during the Christian Reconquistawhen the emerging Kingdom of Castile conquered large territories from Moorish rulers particularly in the 11th, 12th and 13th centuries.

Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain territories, which included the former Taifa of Toledohad large numbers of Arabic speakers, as well as many who spoke local Swingers in Trowbridge, Ontario ny Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain Mozarabic language that were heavily influenced by Arabic, both influencing Castilian.

It is possible that Arabic words and their derivatives had also been priorly brought into Castilian by Mozarab Christians who emigrated northwards from Al Andalus in times of sectarian violenceparticularly during the times of Almohad and Almoravid rule in the 12th and 13th centuries. As such, Arabic can be considered to have had a formative influence on the Spanish language. The degree to which the Arabic language percolated through the Iberian Peninsula varied enormously from one area to another and is the subject of academic debate.

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However, it is generally agreed that Arabic was girps among the local elites, Muslims and Christians, and that the prevalent vernacular in many areas was Mozarabica continuum Salamsnca Arabic-influenced local Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain dialects. Only the southern Emirate of Granada in the time of the Nasrid dynastywhich had had a large influx of Arabic speakers as the Eobny advanced, Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain totally Arabized, or at least no evidence of a local Romance in the late Middle Ages has been found.

Much of the Arabic influence upon Spanish came through the various Arabized Romance dialects that were spoken in areas under Moorish rule, known today by scholars as Mozarabic. This resulted in Spanish often having both Arabic and Latin derived words with the same meaning. The influence of the Arabized Mozarabic and of Arabic itself is Women looking real sex St Francisville noticeable in the Spanish dialects from regions with a longer history of Moorish domination than those where it was shorter-lived.

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For this reason, the dialects of the southern half of the country, known collectively as Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain meridional or Southern Castilian, seem collectively to show a higher degree of preference for Arabisms.

Northern Spanish dialects tend to prefer Romance synonyms to terms of Arabic origin, such as the Romance calendario vs. Arabic almanaquehucha vs.

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Because Canarian and all Latin American Salamqnca are mainly derived from Southern Castilian, Spanish words of Arabic origin are common in most varieties of Modern Spanish.

A number of words jn also borrowed from Moroccan Arabic principally as a result of Spain's protectorate over Spanish Morocco in the 19th and 20th centuries, although these are of minor significance. The Spanish spoken in the Canary Islands has also adopted Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain small number of words from Hassaniya Arabicprincipally from Canarian sailors who fish girsl proximity to the Saharan coast as well as by those Huntley MN adult personals who returned from Western Sahara after the Green March of The influence of Arabic un the Spanish language is fundamentally lexical but its other influences are also briefly examined in this article.

The exact number of words of Arabic origin and their derivatives in Spanish is not known, and many words not included on Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain list are regionalisms: The high point of Wife want casual sex Elm word use in Spanish was in late medieval times and has declined since then, but hundreds are still used in normal conversation.

Spartanburg horny women larger majority of these words are nouns, with a number of verbs and adjectives derived directly from these nouns, e.

There is also one preposition: There has been little influence on the basic grammatical structure of the language. This is an open list of Spanish words acquired directly from Classical and Andalusi Arabic Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain, listed in alphabetical order.

This list includes the Spanish meaning of the word as well as the Arabic etymology. No fixed standard of Arabic transliteration is used.

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Due to the large influence of Arabic on Spanish vocabulary, this list Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain relatively restrictive: Many of these words will be unfamiliar to many Spanish speakers because their use is restricted to certain regions of Spain or Spanish-speaking countries or they are no longer in regular use. For example, the word for Arabic-derived word for "jewel" alhaja is very common in Salxmanca whereas in Spain it is restricted to rural areas of the southern half of Salwmanca country, the alternative Spanish term joya being much more common.

On the other hand the Arabic derived term for fruit juice zumo is the Corbridge girls want to fuck term in Spain whereas it is virtually unknown on Latin America, where the Latin-derived jugo or agua are generally used.

The Arabic term alberca in Spain refers to agricultural water deposits, whereas in Mexico it is the common term used for swimming pool as opposed to Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain elsewhere or pileta in Argentina.

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There are thousands of place names derived from Arabic in the Iberian peninsula including provinces and regions, cities, towns, villages and even neighborhoods and streets. They also include geographical features such as mountains, mountain ranges, valleys Salamwnca rivers.

Toponyms derived from Arabic are common in all of Spain including much of the North of the country except for those regions which never came under Muslim rule or where it was particularly short-lived. These regions include Galicia and the Northern coast AsturiasCantabria and the Basque country as well as much of CataloniaNavarre grls northern Aragon. Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain Portugal, the frequency of Arabic toponyms increases as one travels south in the country.

Those toponyms which maintained their pre-Islamic name during the Muslim period were generally Arabized, and the mark of either the old Arabic pronunciation or the popular pronunciation from which it derived Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain noticeable in their modern names: Hispalis - Ishbiliya - Looking 4 a darkwave roomate.

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Guadalupe, a name present throughout the Spanish-speaking world, but particularly in Mexico, also shares this feature. A few given names of Arab origin have become popular in the Spanish-speaking world. In Spain, this coincided with a more flexible attitude to non-Catholic names, which were highly discouraged during the first decades of the Francoist dictatorship.

Zaida has also become somewhat common, perhaps after Zaida of Sevillemistress or wife of King Alfonso VI of Castile in the 11th century. A Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain of streets throughout Spain bear the name of this Girks princess. Zahira Dating online ublove com Zaira are also popular girls names of Muslim origin.

Surnames of indirect Arabic origin, such as Medina, Almunia, Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain or Alcaide are common, often referring to toponyms or professions, but they do not have Arabic origin properly speaking. Few Arabic surnames explicitly denote Muslim ascendance.

The reason is that, in the 15th and 16th century it was required that religious minorities change their surnames upon baptism to escape persecution. Muslims specifically were girld to convert and adopt Christian surnames by a series of royal decrees Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain the 16th century. Exceptions to this general rule are rare.

One in the surname "Benjumea" or "Benjumeda" which denotes ancestry from the Ummayad nobility. Currently less than 6, Spaniards carry this surname. Another even less common surname denoting Muslim lineage is "Muley" which is still present in the Spanish South East Ebony girls in Salamanca Spain was maintained due to its noble lineage.

In the English language, search the online catalogs of United States university libraries using the Library of Congress PSain subject heading, "Spanish language foreign elements". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

A History of the Spanish Lexicon: A Linguistic Perspective. Oxford University Press. The Arabic language Repr.

Edinburgh University Press. Actas XIII: Spanish phonology. Manchester University Press. Retrieved from " https: Hidden categories: Articles containing Arabic-language text Articles containing Greek-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from October Articles with unsourced statements from May Articles with unsourced statements from February Namespaces Article Talk.

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