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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TOCHARIAN A»
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Dictionary and Thesaurus of Tocharian A
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Dictionary of Tocharian
B.: Revised and Greatly Enlarged
“Cardinal points and other directions in Tocharian A and B.” In Languages and
Cultures: Studies in Honor of Edgar C. Polomé, pp.775-791, edd. Mohammed Ali
Jazayery and Werner Winter. Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter. Winter, Werner (1998).
Adams, Douglas Q. Adams, 2013
Variation and Change in Tocharian
The differences between Tocharian A and B are so large (see also 0.1, p. 15) that
Proto-Tocharian must have been spoken a long time before archaic Tocharian B,
but unfortunately we do not know how long before. In this light it is remarkable ...
VOWEL BALANCE AND RELATED PHENOMENA IN TOCHARIAN A Whereas
the location of the accent in Tocharian B can be detected on the basis of the
different renderings of /ä/ and /a/, no such device is available for establishing the
Study in Syntax and Verbal Stem ...
as the base in Tocharian A and the 'ə-variant in Tocharian B, respectively. In my
analysis, these agent nouns include the formation in TA -ant, TB -eñca, which is
usually calledthe “active present participle”. – a verbal adjective in TB -mo; with ...
and Indo-European Studies
Tocharian and Indo-European Studies is an international scholarly journal dedicated to the study of two closely related Indo-European languages, Tocharian A and B, attested in Central Asian manuscripts from the second half of the first ...
Werner Winther, Jens Elmeg Rasmussen, Klaus T. Schmidt, 2011
The Indo-European Languages
diphthongs were retained; some Common Tocharian consonant developments
were preserved better in Tocharian A. Nominal inflection was less thoroughly
reshaped in Tocharian B than in Tocharian A; parts of the verbal system of
Anna Giacalone Ramat, Paolo Ramat, 1998
Indo-European Language and Culture: An Introduction
From the lowland region known as the Tarim Basin in eastern Turkestan, in the
area around the oases called Q1r1Rahr (Karashahr) and Turfan, comes
Tocharian A, also called East Tocharian, Turfanian, or Agnean (after Agni, the
Benjamin W. Fortson, IV, 2011
Language in Time and Space: A
Festschrift for Werner Winter ...
Tocharian A wsar 'heap (of grain)' is structurally identical to A ysar 'blood', B yasar
(Mallory and Adams 1997: 71; Adams 1999: 487; Burlak 2000: 171); Hittite eshar
with a meaning 'bloody events' in such Old Hittite texts as the document of the ...
Brigitte L. M. Bauer, Georges-Jean Pinault, 2003
The Silk Road: A
Tocharian A and Tocharian B shared many vocabulary items, an indication that
both diverged from an unknown common source language. The eminent
twentieth-century American linguist George Sherman Lane felt that the