Phonemic Saturation in Arabic Syllables, its Status, and its Importance in Linguistic Expression
This research deals with a minor morphological phonetic phenomenon that does not exist in the established laws of the Arabic language, but rather belongs to the novel, and the reliable transmission of the words of the Arabs, both eloquent and colloquial, which is what is known as phonemic saturation in Arabic syllables.
الأقطش, عبد الحميد
"الإشباع الصوتي في المقاطع العربية: أوضاعه، وأهميته في التعبير اللغوي,"
Dirassat: Vol. 11, Article 14.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/dirassat/vol11/iss11/14