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The Mongolic Languages

The Mongolic Languages
Author: Juha Janhunen
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9780203987919
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Once the rulers of the largest land empire that has ever existed on earth, the historical Mongols of Chinggis Khan left a linguistic heritage which today survives in the form of more than a dozen different languages, collectively termed Mongolic. For general linguistic theory, the Mongolic languages offer interesting insights to problems of areal typology and structural change. An understanding of the Mongolic language family is also a prerequisite for the study of Mongolian and Central Eurasian history and culture. This volume is the first comprehensive treatment of the Mongolic languages in English, written by an international team of specialists.
The Mongolic Languages
Language: en
Pages: 464
Authors: Juha Janhunen
Categories: Foreign Language Study
Type: BOOK - Published: 2003-06-26 - Publisher: Routledge
Once the rulers of the largest land empire that has ever existed on earth, the historical Mongols of Chinggis Khan left a linguistic heritage which today survives in the form of more than a dozen different languages, collectively termed Mongolic. For general linguistic theory, the Mongolic languages offer interesting insights to problems of areal typology and structural change. An understanding of the Mongolic language family is also a prerequisite for the study of Mongolian and Central Eurasian history and culture. This volume is the first comprehensive treatment of the Mongolic languages in English, written by an international team of specialists.
Mongolic Languages Survival Dictionaries (Set 1 of 1)
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Multi Linguis
Categories: Foreign Language Study
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-03-04 - Publisher: Multi Linguis
Multi Linguis offers you small survival dictionaries of the Mongolic languages. Each of them includes up to 999 elementary words and phrases. The entries are arranged by parts of speech and then by topics, not by the alphabet. The book is intended to help you try out these languages‚ spell simple broken phrases and also get some fun. Set 1 of 1 contains Buriat, Mongolian and Kalmyk. The Multi Linguis Project is based on the Wiktionary corpus and created by one person. The database of the Survival Dictionaries includes 999 lemmas (words and phrases)‚ their translations in many languages‚ transcriptions, transliterations and grammar information. The sets of dictionaries are designed in an original way to be convenient and efficient. All of them are available in epub format. Multi Linguis is presently able to publish such books for more than 200 languages. It's planned to improve them and increase their number. You can find more dictionaries in this store.
Mongolic Languages
Language: en
Pages: 262
Authors: Books Llc
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-05 - Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 44. Chapters: Mongolian language, Mongolists, Owen Lattimore, Isaac Jacob Schmidt, Peter Simon Pallas, Middle Mongolian language, Paul Pelliot, Simon Wickham-Smith, Kalmyk language, Nicholas Poppe, Daur language, Chakhar dialect, Franz Schurmann, Chinggeltei, Torgut dialect, Stefan Georg, Oirat language, Walther Heissig, Junast, Khitan language, Darkhad dialect, Khorchin dialect, Dongxiang language, Khalkha dialect, Southern Mongolian, Byambyn Rinchen, Igor de Rachewiltz, Jacques Legrand, Gustaf John Ramstedt, Buryat language, Jamsrangiin Tseveen, Natalia Zhukovskaia, B. I. Pankratov, Russia Buriat language, Bonan language, Choijinzhab, Tsendiin Damdins ren, Ordos dialect, Antoine Mostaert, John Gombojab Hangin, Baarin dialect, Jean-Paul Roux, Eastern Yugur language, Alasha dialect, Y mjiriin M nkh-Amgalan, Charles Bawden, Monguor language, Moghol language, Kangjia language, Hans-Peter Vietze, Mongolia Buriat language, Classical Mongolian language, China Buriat language, Johannes J hrig. Excerpt: The Mongolian language (in Mongolian script: ; in Mongolian Cyrillic: , ) is the official language of Mongolia and the best-known member of the Mongolic language family. The number of speakers across all its dialects may be 5.2 million, including the vast majority of the residents of Mongolia and many of the Mongolian residents of the
Mongolic Copies in Chaghatay
Language: en
Pages: 292
Authors: Éva Kincses-Nagy
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018 - Publisher:
Books about Mongolic Copies in Chaghatay
Die Mongolen
Language: de
Pages: 632
Authors: Michael Weiers, Veronika Veit, Walther Heissig
Categories: Mongoler
Type: BOOK - Published: 1986 - Publisher:
Om Mongoliets historie og kultur
Lectures on the Science of Language
Language: en
Pages: 188
Authors: Friedrich Max Müller
Categories: Comparative linguistics
Type: BOOK - Published: 1871 - Publisher:
Books about Lectures on the Science of Language
Languages of Ancient Southern Mongolia and North China
Language: en
Pages: 519
Authors: Andrew Shimunek
Categories: Chinese language
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017 - Publisher: Harrassowitz
This is the first book on the Serbi-Mongolic language family - a major language family of Asia - and the first modern linguistic study of the Serbi (Xianbei) peoples, whose conquest of North China took place at approximately the same time as the Germanic and Hunnic Volkerwanderung into the former Western Roman Empire. The findings presented in this book - the first rigorous and systematic unified theory on the origins of the Mongolic and Serbi languages - add substantially to our understanding of the linguistic geography of Eastern Eurasia, and to the ethnolinguistic history of the Mongolic peoples and their neighbors, including speakers of Chinese, Japanese-Koguryoic, Tibeto-Burman, Tungusic, possibly Indo-European, and later, Turkic. This book also enhances our understanding of attested Middle Chinese, Early Old Mandarin, and Old Tibetan phonology. Moreover, it is the first study to present linguistic sketches of Taghbach (Tuoba), Tuyuhun ('Azha), and Kitan (Qidan), and to systematically compare Kitan and Mongol morphological and syntactic paradigms, resulting in the first reconstruction of Common Serbi-Mongolic phonology, morphology, lexicon, and syntax. Readers interested in Mongolia, the Mongols, North China, Central Eurasia, the Tibetan Empire, languages of Asia, historical linguistics, and history will find this book to be a useful
A Grammar of Mangghuer
Language: en
Pages: 400
Authors: Keith W. Slater
Categories: Foreign Language Study
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005-12-20 - Publisher: Routledge
This book is a grammar of Mangghuer, a Mongolic language spoken by approximately 25,000 people in China's northwestern Qinghai Province. Mangghuer is virtually unknown outside China, and no grammar of Mangghuer has ever been published in any language. The book's primary importance is thus as a systematic grammatical description of a little-known language. The book also makes a significant contribution to comparative Mongolic studies. In addition to the synchronic description of Mangghuer, extensive comparison with other Mongolic languages is included, demonstrating the genetic relationship of Mangghuer within that family. In the course of describing Mangghuer linguistic structures, the book also examines issues of interest to linguistic typologists.
Mongolic Elements in Tuvan
Language: en
Pages: 341
Authors: Bayarma Khabtagaeva
Categories: Foreign Language Study
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag
Tuvan is one of the archaic Turkic languages. A powerful Mongolic influence means that it possibly also has more Mongolic elements than other Turkic languages. Results of the present work are based on a database of approximately 1500 Mongolic loanwords. After confirming the Mongolic origin of these words in Tuvan, etymological, phonetical and morphological aspects are listed to assure, when and from which Mongolian language the loanword was taken. The study demonstrates the powerful Mongolic influence on Tuvan and establishes what linguistic criteria are available to characterize and classify the Mongolic loanwords. Accordingly an earlier and a later layer are distinguished. The later layer further comprises three groups of loanwords, the Buryat, Khalkha and Oirat ones.
Untersuchungen zu einer historischen Grammatik des präklassischen Schriftmongolisch
Language: de
Pages: 237
Authors: Michael Weiers
Categories: Mongolian language
Type: BOOK - Published: 1969 - Publisher:
Books about Untersuchungen zu einer historischen Grammatik des präklassischen Schriftmongolisch