Noor, Noordin Mohd
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Languages in Contact : A Study of Arabic Loanwords in Malay/Indonesian Language Mulyani, Rozanna; Noor, Noordin Mohd
International Journal of Cultural and Art Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018): International Journal of Culture and Art Studies (IJCAS)
Publisher : Talenta Publisher

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (866.932 KB) | DOI: 10.1234/ijcas.v1i1.453

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This paper discusses the contact language between Malay and Arabic language. Objectives of the study are to look into the similarities etymology of the two countries national language. This paper will implement qualitative analysis which is based on discussions and comparison. The results of this study show that cultural contact especially the reach of Islam in Southeast Asia results in linguistic contact. Linguistic borrowing in most cases exhibits as a response to language borrowing. A number of motivations stand behind the phenomenon of borrowing. As a result of cultural and linguistic contact between Malay language as a lingua franca of the region in the early days and Arabic languages so many Arabic words absorbs into Malay languages.
Issues on Arabic Scriptures in Malay/Indonesia Language: A Study of its Contributions in the Development of Regional Culture, Language & Literature Literacy Kembaren, Mardiah Mawar; Noor, Noordin Mohd; Lubis, M. Husnan
International Journal of Cultural and Art Studies Vol 3 No 1 (2019): International Journal of Culture and Art Studies (IJCAS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (783.018 KB) | DOI: 10.32734/ijcas.v3i1.1661

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This paper touches on the important role of Islam in Malay literature and culture   literacy, in the region. Malay literary and cultural treasures that were originally oral traditions have changed after the local community has embraced the teachings of Islam that bring along the Arabic scripture or Arabic writing system. This system of Arabic writing has greatly influenced Malay literature and culture. This paper therefore explores academically the role, contribution and discussion regarding the future of Arabic Scripture in the region. It would not be too much to say that it was the Arabic writing system that made the Malay community illiterate. This paper is expected to benefit not only to those who study literature and linguistic but for those with a background in Islamic studies too to study the regional literature and culture, especially those related to Malay studies.