From: Miguel Carrasquer
>--- In email@example.com, Miguel Carrasquer <mcv@...> wrote:Yes, written with the special non-Greek symbol <jenje>.
>> They're not my ideas. I was told it's the standard
>> interpretation of the facts among Arabists.
>This is getting dangerously off-topic, but do you know if Coptic has
>(had) any palatal stops or postalveolar affricates?
>Perhaps theNo, that's not it.
>reason Egyptian Arabic /g^/ = [g] is because the pre-conquest
>Egyptians had no equivalent in their native language (Coptic).