10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ALTAIC»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Altaic
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Introduction to Altaic
Philology: Turkic, Mongolian, Manchu
The book is intended for use by students at university level as well as by general readers with a basic knowledge of linguistics.
Igor De Rachewiltz, Volker Rybatzki, 2010
Aspects of Altaic
Civilization III: Proceedings of the ...
ALTAIC STUDIES IN THE UNITED STATES ' Nicholas Poppe University of
Washington 1. The subject of Altaic studies comprises the descriptive, historical,
and comparative investigation of the so-called Altaic languages, including
Kinship in the Altaic
World: Proceedings of the 48th ...
If we consider the variability of the reflex meanings as a kind of polysemy, say,
the polysemy within a language family, then definite differences between Altaic
and Indo-European can be observed. So it appears that the type of polysemy ...
Elena Vladimirovna Boĭkova, R. B. Rybakov, 2006
Consonant Lenition in Korean and the Macro-Altaic
Samuel Elmo Martin. 490,18. For "hands')" read "hands'; 22:3 NGWEN-ul 'vow')"
490,22. For "1977" read "1976". 494,14. For "particle than" read "particle that".
494,Iast line. For "ofo[mof read "ofmo[nof. 498,22. For "loocks" read "looks". 504 ...
This evidential opacity leads some linguists to treat Korean, together with
Japanese, as a separate language family along with other major language
families such as Indo- European, Afro-Asiatic, Uralic, Altaic, Sino-Tibetan,
Scythians and Greeks: A Survey of Ancient History and ...
Even in etymology he makes out a very good case for the Uralo-Altaic origin of
some of the Scythic god-names (v. supra, p. 85). Other words with a likely Uralo-
Altaic origin are the Greek Tvpot, cf. Magy. turd, " curd," and Kifi/iepioi, the men of
Indo-European and its closest relatives. 1. Grammar
branch distinct from conventional Altaic. It figures relatively infrequently in his
etymologies. Moreover, languages like Korean and Japanese frequently show
resemblances with other Eurasiatic languages which they do not share with
Altaic in ...
Joseph Harold Greenberg, 2000
The second, which perhaps subsumes the first, is that Korean is related to Altaic
— Turkic, Mongolian, and Manchu-Tungus. For a long time now— at least since
their liberation from Japan — most Koreans have preferred to consider the latter ...
Iksop Lee, S. Robert Ramsey, 2000
The Role of Women in the Altaic
World: Permanent ...
Permanent International Altaistic Conference, 44th Meeting, Walberberg, 26-31
August 2001 Veronika Veit. Elena Boikova • Moskau Common-Law Marriage in
Pre-Revolutionary Mongolia In the beginning of the XXth century, the social
Is Japanese Related to Korean, Tungusic, Mongolic and Turkic?
The Altaic question After a long and stormy history, the Altaic question for many
scholars and linguistic amateurs remains what it originally was: a question.
Nevertheless, during more than two centuries of Altaic studies some important
Martine Irma Robbeets, 2005
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ALTAIC»
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The refugees spoke Uzbek, Kirghiz and Turkmen, which are in the same language family known as Ural-Altaic and are related to modern ... «Cihan News Agency, Jun 15»
EU goes to school to court Korea's youth
Students were surprised to learn that the Estonian, Finnish, Hungarian and Korean languages belong to the same Ural-Altaic linguistic family. «The Korea Herald, May 15»
... Chinese at all. Linguistic analysis shows that her name means “Deer/Elk” in the ancient Altaic language of the Turkic peoples of Central Asia. «Foreign Affairs, May 15»
PacBio at AGBT
Ultimately, Seo's work on this new assembly, of a genome donated by an Altaic Korean individual, is meant to support an Asian Genome ... «Bio-IT World, Mar 15»
Soccer and Tear Gas
... of Kurdish, an Indo-European language that shares more in common with English than Turkish, an Altaic tongue with roots in Central Asia. In turn, PKK fighters ... «Roads and Kingdoms, Feb 15»
Estonia and Hungary: a very Finno-Ugric feud
Hungarians had been somewhat convinced there was a connection to the Turks, and the discredited Ugric-Altaic theory, which links the two ... «Baltic Times, Feb 15»
Minority report: 10 Mideast minorities whose futures may be uncertain
... others have their own distinct languages, like the Indo-Aryan Domari or the Altaic Abdoltili. Like the Roma of Europe, these communities have ... «National Post, Jan 15»
Eleven fathers of Asia: 800 million modern men descended from …
'Those with recent origins in the historical period are almost exclusively found in Altaic-speaking pastoral nomadic populations, which may ... «Daily Mail, Jan 15»
The Origin of Islamic radical fundamentalism and its plausible …
... like a lightning. This was followed by the west bound Turkic (Altaic) migrations, settlements and political dominations of Agh-ghoyoun-lou and ... «Payvand, Jan 15»
Eastern Kazakhstan Resort Offers Opportunities for Relaxing Winter …
“Altaic Alps” is situated 24 kilometres away from the regional capital of Ust-Kamenogorsk, on the slopes of the Ulbinka Mountain, 660 metres ... «Astana Times, Jan 15»