Need help with 11th century Arabic
Thread poster: CatherineRae

CatherineRae
English
Jun 13, 2005

Hi, I have no idea if this is the place to be, but I'm looking for someone to help me with a few Arabic words from the 11th century. I'm writing a novel that takes place in 11th century Spain, found a dictionary of Arabic used by the Moors, but as I'm moving closer to publication, I'm concerned I'm using the correct words. I can't pay much, but if someone here is willing to look the words over (probably 25-30 words or phrases), I'd appreciate it.
Thanks,
Catherine


 

Evert DELOOF-SYS  Identity Verified
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Posting it as a job will do the trick Jun 13, 2005

Hi Catherine,

Simply post your message as a job.
You may do so at
http://www.proz.com/?sp=jp

Good luck!


 

xxxOlaf
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English to German
Why don't you post this question in the Arabic forum Jun 13, 2005

CatherineRae wrote:

Hi, I have no idea if this is the place to be, but I'm looking for someone to help me with a few Arabic words from the 11th century. Catherine


You should also consider that there are many differences between standard Arabic and the Arabic dialects and that it might be difficult to find someone who's famliar with 11th century Arabic. Since many words and expressions haven't changed much since the 11th century you might be able to "cheat" by using contemporary Arabic words and hardly any reader would notice the difference.

Good luck!
Olaf


 

CatherineRae
English
TOPIC STARTER
Mousstain-- Jun 17, 2005

[quote]CatherineRae wrote:

Hi, Mousstain,

Thanks for your generous offer to translate---my hard drive died so I don't have your email....should be up and running again next week... just wanted you to know why you haven't heard from me...
Catherine


 


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