10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «URALIC»
Discover the use of Uralic
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Uralic
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
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Daniel Mario Abondolo, 1998
Language Family: Facts, Myths and Statistics
Aimed a general linguists as well as Uralic specialists, this book examines the history, phonology, morphology, lexicon and onomastics of the Uralic language.
German : Biography of a Language: Biography of a Language
The Uralic family, the exact composition of which is a matter of linguistic
controversy, consists of two subgroups, FinnoUgric and Samoyedic. Currently the
only nonendangered Finno-Ugric languages are Finnish, Hungarian, and
Ruth H. Sanders Professor of German Miami University of Ohio, 2010
The Languages of the Soviet Union
3 Uralic languages In looking at the various branches of Altaic, in particular the
Turkic languages, we were faced with immense problems in the internal
classification of languages into genetic subgroups, but with a very consistent
and Altaic Series
CURZON. Karalaev, Sajakbaj. Kanykejdin Tajtorunu chapkany. Frunze, 194 1 . [
The starting of the Tajtoru race by Kanykej.) Edited by K. Dzhakishchev. 1n
Kirghiz. , Kanykejdin zhomogu. Frunze, 1941. (The Tale of Kanykej: an extract
Constituent Order in the Languages of Europe
The purpose of this paper is to present a descriptive, data-oriented but typolog-
ically informed survey of word order in Uralic languages spoken in Europe, with
special attention to the less well known languages.2 The classification of the
Indo-European and its closest relatives. 1. Grammar
In Uralic attempts to reconstruct the original vowel system have encountered
numerous difficulties. There have been two main approaches, that of Wolfgang
Steinitz (1950) and that of Erki Itkonen (1954). The former notes widespread
Joseph Harold Greenberg, 2000
The Horse, the Wheel, and Language: How Bronze-Age Riders ...
Finding the Homeland: Uralic and Caucasian Connections The possible
homeland locations can be narrowed further by identifying the neighbors. The
neighbors ofthe speakers ofProto-Indo-European can be identified through words
Language Contact, Creolization, and Genetic Linguistics
Clearly, since akan'je was present neither in Proto- Slavic nor (apparently) in
Proto-Uralic, the respective periods of innovation in Slavic and relevant Uralic
languages are crucial for deciding this question. There is no general agreement
on the ...
Sarah Grey Thomason, Terrence Kaufman, 1988
Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 8 Uralic
& Central ...
With speecial attention for the relation of classical Manchu with its dialect Sibe, a direct successor of Manchu vernacular. A true and indispensable reference work.
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «URALIC»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term Uralic
is used in the context of the following news items.
Toasting to the future of Estonia
... assign a male or feminine connotation to every noun. But the Uralic language of Estonia does not. Does that make their language easier to learn and speak? «Albany Times Union, Jul 15»
Study Finds Parallel Between Language and Genetic Diversity
... researchers to compare languages from different families, which is what the team did, comparing languages from the Indo-European and the Uralic families. «New Historian, Jul 15»
Hungarian commemoration exposes culture
The event was hosted by the IU HCA and was sponsored by the Central Eurasian and Uralic Studies Department, the Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource ... «Indiana Daily Student, Mar 15»
DNA Analysis Reveals Missing Link in European Ancestry
In modern Europe there are also representatives of the Uralic, Mongolian, Turkic, and Semitic language families. This latest research supports the “Steppe ... «New Historian, Mar 15»
The Tangled Roots of English
They also note that proto-Indo-European has borrowed words from proto-Uralic, the inferred ancestor of languages such as Hungarian, Finnish and Estonian, ... «New York Times, Feb 15»
This Tree Beautifully Reveals The Relationships Between Languages
All of the languages illustrated here stem from subcategories of either Indo-European or Uralic origin, and upon closer inspection many fascinating links are ... «Business Insider Australia, Jan 15»
A language family tree - in pictures
Minna Sundberg's illustration maps the relationships between Indo-European and Uralic languages. The creator of the webcomic Stand Still. Stay Silent, put the ... «The Guardian, Jan 15»
Reindeer herders, an app and the fight to save a language
Ume Sami, along with the many other Sami languages, stems from the Uralic linguistic family and is rich in words to describe the natural environment with ... «The Guardian, Dec 14»
Humanities Center Talk to Look at Link between Climate, Human …
He received his doctoral degree from the Department of Uralic and Altaic Studies at Indiana University. His main field of research is the history of the relations ... «Tennessee Today, Nov 14»
Central European leaders speak (some) English
That may be true, but most expats in Central Europe will quickly counter that pronouncing even the most basic Slavonic (or in the case of Hungarian, Uralic) ... «The Sofia Globe, Oct 14»