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Volume 4: Editor Maria Amelina
(Ural-Altaic Studies 4)


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Ural-Altaic Studies
Volume 4: Editor Maria Amelina
(Ural-Altaic Studies 4)

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Title:Ural-Altaic Studies
Series:Ural-Altaic Studies 4
Availability:In Print
Publisher:Gorgias Press

Volume 4
Editor Maria Amelina
Availability:In Print
Publication Date:1/2011
Language:Russian & English
Format:Paperback, Black, 7 x 10 in

The journal "Ural-Altaic studies" is concerned with linguistic matters, connected with the Uralic and Altaic languages. It is bilingual; all papers are published in both Russian and English.

Table of Contents
  • Table of Contents (page 4)
  • E. M. Devyatkina, M. V. Shkapa. Mordovian names for weapons: comparing linguistic and archaeological data (page 7)
  • L. L. Karpova. Degrees of qualitative adjectives in North-Udmurt dialects (page 24)
  • Yu. V. Normanskaya. Verifying the localization of Turkic ancestral homes based on comparison of linguistic and archaeological data about Turkic weapon system (page 34)
  • I. M. Nurieva. Udmurt folk song terminology in the context of historical and cultural tradition (page 57)
  • V. I. Rassadin. Pronouns in Mongolian and Turkic languages (page 63)
  • P. Rudnev. Why Turkish kendisi is a pronominal (page 76)
  • B. Khabtagaeva. Yakut elements of Mongolic origin in Evenki (page 93)
  • O. A. Teush. New material on Komi loans in the dialects of Russian North (Lena district of Arkhangelsk region) (page 110)
  • REVIEWS (page 120)
  • V. Yu. Gusev. Collective monograph Sketches on phonetics of disappearing Samoyed languages (Enets, Nganasan, Selkup): analysis of distribution and phonemic compositionŽ (page 120)
  • O. V. Khanina, A. B. Shluinsky. Sorokina I. P. The Enets LanguageŽ (page 122)
  • O. V. Mischenko, O. A. Teush. Ural-Altaic problems in the works of Aleksandr K. Matveev: in memory of the researcher (page 124)
  • PERSONALIA (page 139)
  • On the anniversary of Dmitri M. Nasilov (page 139)
  • Lyudmila Vasilevna Khomich (page 144)
  • Style sheet (page 150)
  • How to subscribe (page 153)

Ural-Altaic Studies
Volume 4: Editor Maria Amelina
(Ural-Altaic Studies 4)
Weight:1.7 LBS.
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