TERMS OF ADDRESS IN ARABIC AT THE ARAB COMMUNITY IN MEDAN CITY AND THEIR INFLUENCES IN THE INDONESIAN LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

Nur Sukma Suri, Mascahaya Mascahaya, Farida Hanum Ritonga

Abstract


Arabic language influences Indonesian vocabulary in term of borrowing words from Arabic, thus adding vocabulary to Indonesian. Vocabulary address form in Arabic are: ummi, abi, jid, jiddah, khale, khalati, amme, ammeh, ane, ente, antum, ustadz, ustadzah, mu'allimah, habib, bin, binti, akhi, ukhti, buya and the other. This is a field research and literature study aimed to explore terms of address in Arabic at the Arab community in Medan city and their influence in the Indonesian language development in Medan. This is a descriptive study using a qualitative approach that reveals facts, circumstances, phenomena which occur. This research conducted and presented data as it was, especially regarding to addressing terms used in the Arab Community city of Medan.

Keywords


terms of address; the Arab community; vocabulary; kinship

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24865/ajas.v5i1.212

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