The Uralic Languages
Routledge, 8. 4. 2015 - Počet stran: 648
This book provides a unique, up-to-date survey of individual Uralic languages and sub-groupings from Finnish to Selkup.
Spoken by more than 25 million native speakers, the Uralic languages have important cultural and social significance in Northern and Eastern Europe, as well as in immigrant communitites throughout Europe and North America. The introductory chapter gives an overview of the Uralic language family and is followed by 18 chapter-length descriptions of each language or sub-grouping, giving an analysis of their history and development as well as focusing on their linguistic structures.
Written by internationally recognised experts and based on the most recent scholarship available, the volume covers major languages - including the official national languages of Estonia, Finland and Hungary - and rarely-covered languages such as Mordva, Nganasan and Khanty. The 18 language chapters are similarly-structured, designed for comparative study and cover phonology, morphology, syntax and lexicon. Those on individual languages also have sample text where available. Each chapter includes numerous tables to support and illustrate the text and bibliographies of the major references for each language to aid further study. The volume is comprehensively indexed.
This book will be invaluable to language students, experts requiring concise but thorough information on related languages and anyone working in historical, typological and comparative linguistics.
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accusative adjectives adverbs affricates alternation Budapest clusters conjugation consonant declension derivational suffixes deverbal dialects direct object dual Eastern Erzya Examples Fennic finite Finnish Finno-Ugric forms fricatives function geminate genitive gerund Helsinki Honti Hungarian imperative indicative inessive inflection Kamassian Khanty Komi lative lexical linguistic literary Livonian loans loanwords locative Mansi Mari marker monophthongs mood Mordva morpheme morphological morphophonemic nasal negative verb Nenets Nganasan nominal North Saami northern noun phrase ObUgrian occur origin Ostyak palatalized paradigm participle passive Permian person singular person suffixes personal pronouns phonemes phonological plural possessive suffixes postpositions predicate proto proto-Saami proto-Samoyedic proto-Uralic reflexive Russian s)he Samoyedic languages second person Selkup sentence South Estonian speakers stem-final stems stop stress syllable syncretism Table Tatar tense third-person Tundra Nenets Turkic Udmurt Ugric Uralic languages variants Veps verbal vocalic Vogul voiced voiceless Votic Votyak vowel harmony vowel system word Zyrian