5 edition of historical phonology of the Belorussian language found in the catalog.
historical phonology of the Belorussian language
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Series||Historical phonology of the Slavic languages ;, 3|
|LC Classifications||PG2833.8 .W4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||192|
|ISBN 10||3533025764, 3533025756|
|LC Control Number||80451121|
Byelorussian Historical Linguistics', The Journal of Byelorussian Studies, 3,I, I, pp. 4I (hereafter, Jewish, Tatar and Karaite Communal Dialects'), and also his A Historical Phonol-ogv of the Belorussian Language, Heidelberg, I (hereafter, A Historacal Phonology of the Belorussian. Belarusian (; Belarusian: беларуская мова in Belarusian pronounced as /bʲelaˈruskaja ˈmova/) is an East Slavic language spoken by is the official language of Belarus, along with the Russian is additionally spoken in parts of Russia (where it is known as "Western Russian"), Poland, and Ukraine by Belarusian minorities in those countries.
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This grammar is the normative for Belarusian language since then, receiving minor practical changes in edition. In –, the project of corrections and of parts of the grammar was being discussed. Post After the Belarusian independence, the Belarusian language gained much prestige and popular interest. Dialects. I think this article could use a more prominent mention of Western Yiddish, and the dialectal developments and differences overall.//Big Adamsky , 13 January (UTC) Probably so. I have to admit, Western Yiddish is enough of a dead language that I don't know much about it beyond the obvious (few, if any, Slavic borrowings, declined rapidly during the Haskalah).
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Historical phonology of the Belorussian language. Heidelberg: Winter, (OCoLC) Online version: Wexler, Paul. Historical phonology of the Belorussian language. Heidelberg: Winter, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Wexler.
A historical phonology of the Belorussian language (Historical phonology of the Slavic languages) Sorbs, Khazars, and the Kiev-Polessian Dialect (Trends in Linguistics.
Studies and Monographs [TiLSM] Book ) Jun 1, by Paul Wexler $ The book claims that Yiddish was created when Judaized Sorbs first relexified their language to. Although closely related to other East Slavic languages, Belarusian phonology is distinct in a number of phoneme inventory of the modern Belarusian language consists of 45 to 54 phonemes: 6 vowels and 39 to 48 consonants, depending on how they are counted.
When the nine geminate consonants are excluded as mere variations there are 39 consonants, and excluding rare consonants. A historical phonology of the Belorussian language, Edited by ov (with Shevelov's inscription) Edited by ov (with Shevelov's inscription) Box 30 Folder 17 Unidentified, undated.
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Paul Wexler (). Explorations in Judeo-Slavic Linguistics: Volume 2 of Contributions to the Sociology of Jewish Languages, Vol 2. Brill Archive. ISBN Paul Wexler ().Alma mater: Columbia University. Russian tales folk book Artist Children's Belorussian Barashkov E. Soviet Soviet E. Barashkov Russian Artist Children's tales Belorussian folk book $ Belorussian Series - Volume 1: Dmitry Smolsky (CD,OLYMPIA) Belorussian Series.
Modern research on dialects of the Yiddish language focuses in many instances upon Western Yiddish and the application of Yiddish dialectology to the study of older Yiddish and non-Yiddish monuments. The Second Oxford Winter Symposium on Yiddish Language and Literature reflects this trend and this collection of papers from the conference.
Information on each language includes: an introductory description of social context and development (where appropriate); a discussion of phonology; a detailed presentation of synchronic morphology, noting major historical developments; comprehensive treatment of syntactic properties; a discussion of vocabulary; an outline of main dialects; and Cited by: A historical phonology of the Belorussian language, Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitätsverlag.
Book: Explorations in Judeo-Slavic Linguistics: Volume 2 of Contributions to the Sociology of Jewish Languages, Vol 2. Paul Wexler. Brill Archive. Book: The Schizoid Nature of Modern Hebrew: A Slavic Language in Search of a Semitic. A Historical Phonology of the Belorussian Language by Paul Wexler A Historical Phonology of the Belorussian Language by Paul Wexler (pp.
) Review by: Kenneth E. Naylor. Edited and with an introduction by Anatoly Liberman Translated by Marvin Taylor and Anatoly Liberman N. Trubetzkoy () is generally celebrated today as the creator of the science of phonology. While his monumental Grundzüge der Phonologie was published posthumously and contains a summary of Trubetzkoy's late views on the linguistic function of speech sounds, there has, until now.
Belarusian (/ b ɛ l ə ˈ r uː s i ə n /; беларуская мова biełaruskaja mova [bʲelaˈruskaja ˈmova]) is an official language of Belarus, along with Russian, and is spoken abroad, chiefly in Russia, Ukraine, and Poland. Before Belarus gained independence from the Soviet Union inthe language was known in English as Byelorussian or Belorussian, transliterating the.
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