Just ..Syriac/Aramaic words here & there in whole Arabic statements.
Arabic is a Semitic language like Syriac/Aramaic/Hebrew .
I agree Aramaic is the mother of many languages and gave birth to many languages ((That includes Hebrew))
of middle eastern tribes of ancient time before OT., but in spoken language/sounds which in fact is the way these religious stories/songs/sonnets move around ....IS IT NOT HEBREW MORE CLOSER TO ARABIC THAN Aramaic??
for example ..
how do we pronounce those words in Aramaic?? are the sounds of those words in Aramaic same/similar to what you see above for Hebrew and Arabic??THE FOREIGN VOCABULARY OF THE QURAN.PDF
by ARTHUR JEFFERY, Ph.D.., Professor of Semitic Languages., School of Oriental Studies., Cairo., 1938 from Oriental Institute Baroda
that is good book to scan through...
Arthur Jeffery (18 October 1892 in Melbourne – 2 August 1959 in South Milford, Nova Scotia, Canada) was a Protestant Australian professor of Semitic languages from 1921 at the School of Oriental Studies in Cairo, and from 1938 until his death jointly at Columbia University and Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He is the author of extensive historical studies of Middle Eastern manuscripts. His important works include Materials for the History of the Text of the Qur'an: The Old Codices, which catalogs all surviving documented variants of the orthodox Quran text; and The Foreign Vocabulary of the Qur'an, which traces the origins of 318 foreign (non-Arabic) words found in the Qur'an
Some of Jeffery's studies are included in The Origins of The Koran: Classic Essays on Islam’s Holy Book, edited by Ibn Warraq. They are also discussed in Mohar Ali's The Qur'an and The Orientalists:
Books by Arthur Jeffery include:
The Textual History of the Qur'an
The Mystic Letters of the Koran
A Variant Text of the Fatiha
The Orthography of the Samarqand Codex
Materials for the History of the Text of the Qur'an
The Foreign Vocabulary of the Qur'an
A Reader on Islam