1 edition of Burushaski as an Indo-European Kentum language found in the catalog.
Burushaski as an Indo-European Kentum language
Includes bibliographical references (p. -78) and indexes.
|Series||Languages of the world -- 38 = -- Langues du monde -- 38 = -- Lenguas del mondo -- 38,, Languages of the world -- 38.|
|LC Classifications||PL7501.B8 C38 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||109|
|LC Control Number||2010359804|
Figure 1. The Schleicher’s Language Tree. The original  Core-Peripheral approach needs some revision. However, in any case the core languages remain to be the Slavic ones, whereas the Kentum languages are in any case is well in line with attempts to explain the Kentum effect by the involvement of Sudanic languages, Kafir languages in Hindukush, North Pamir languages. between Burushaski and Phrygian (the most documented of the Paleobalkanic languages) are highly convincing". 3 For this classification of Indo-European, see Georgiev (1 98 1). 4 See the discussion under and on subgrouping in Indo-European, and the position of Burushaski. There’s something romantic about language most famous is Basque (subject of much crackpottery); others are Ainu and the Siberian languages Ket and Nivkh (also known as Gilyak). In and around the Hunza Valley of northern Pakistan, alm people speak a language called Burushaski; I’ve known about it for over 30 years, ever since I read W.B. .
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The evidence shows that in the Burushaski language, the Indo-European labiovelars and palatovelars have coalesced with the velars, i.e. the plain velars are the only reflexes of the whole guttural series, thus revealing Burushaski to be an Indo-European kentum : Ilija Casule.
Burushaski as an Indo-European ‘kentum’ language. (Languages of the world ) By Ilija : LINCOM Europa, Pp. ISBN $ Burushaski as an Indo-European Burushaski as an Indo-European "Kentum" language: reflexes of the Indo-European gutturals in Burushaski.
Author: Ilija Čašule: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ilija Čašule. Find more information about: ISBN: X. Burushaski is a predominantly spoken rather than written language.
Occasionally the Urdu alphabet is used, and there are some specific characters in unicode, but no fixed orthography exists .Adu Wazir Shafi wrote a book Burushaski Razon using a Latin script.
Tibetan sources record a Bru-śa language of the Gilgit valley, which appears to have been Burushaski, whose script was Language family: Language isolate. Burushaski as an Indo-European "Kentum" language: reflexes of the Indo-European gutturals in Burushaski / Ilija Čašule.
- München: LINCOM Europa, - S. - (Languages of the world ; 38) ISBN EUR DDC: Beschreibung. For a non-linguist, this is a hard slog, but if you have any interest in the development of Indo-European languages, it is essential.
Read more. 6 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Allan R. Bomhard. out of 5 stars The Best Book About s: Burushaski as an Indo-European "Kentum" Language.
Reflexes of the Indo-European Gutturals in Burushaski. München: LINCOM. (Languages of the World, 38). Čašule, Ilija. “Macedonian and South Slavic Lexical Correspondences with Burushaski.” The Hunza and Nagyr Hand-book. Being an Introduction to a Knowledge of the Language, Race. Burushaski [buˈɾuɕaski] är ett språk som talas i Karakorumbergen i norra Pakistan av ungefär människor.
Det är varken besläktat med de angränsande indoariska språken shina och khowar, eller det i norr angränsande östiranska flesta forskare anser att burushaski är ett isolerat språk, som inte är besläktat med något annat känt språk i världen.
INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES The LINCOM webshop: LINCOM EUROPA• project line 20 • ♦ 65 the plain velars are the only reflexes of the whole guttural series, thus revealing Burushaski to be an Indo-European kentum language.
This work follows a series of studies where the author has shown full systematic. Burushaski as an Indo-European ‘kentum’ language. (Languages of the world ) By Ilija Čašule. Munich: LINCOM Europa, Pp. The Language Book Notices have been discontinued as of November, Please browse our archives to view book notices from Archives.
"Burushaski-Phrygian Lexical Correspondences in Ritual, Burial, Myth and Onomastics". Central Asiatic Journal. 48/1: Čašule, Ilija. "Burushaski Shepherd Vocabulary of Indo-European Origin".
Acta Orientalia. Čašule, Ilija. Burushaski as an Indo-European "Kentum" language. Languages of the World Lincom GmbH. The evidence shows that in the Burushaski language, the Indo-European labiovelars and palatovelars have coalesced with the velars, i.e.
the plain velars are the only reflexes of the whole guttural series, thus revealing Burushaski to be an Indo-European kentum language. Casule, Ilija. Burushaski Names of Body Parts of Indo-European Origin. Central Asiatic Journal. 47/1: Casule, Ilija.
Evidence for the Indo-European Laryngeals in Burushaski and Its Genetic Affiliation with Indo-European. The Journal of Indo-European. Evidence for the Indo-European and Balkan Origin of Burushaski Ilija Čašule The monograph provides a comprehensive discussion and analysis of the systematic correspondences discovered in establishing genetic relationship of the language isolate Burushaski with Indo-European at the phonological, grammatical and lexical : Gebundenes Buch.
Linguist Ilija Casule tied a language spoken in Pakistan called Burushaski to the Indo-European family line, which includes Spanish, English, German and many others. Until Casule’s recent hypothesis, Burushaski was considered a language isolate like Basque. Language isolates cannot be connected to any other language.
Burushaski Language Development Website - Purpose The purpose of this Burushaski website is to preserve Burusho culture and language and to develop them in the present time as far as possible, from within the Burusho community, by creating a pool of resources in which all three dialects of Burushaski – Hunza, Nager and Yasin – are included.
Since one's historical roots are important for a. The Journal of Indo-European Studies will dedicate a complete issue to this. Of course this theory is not so new as stated here (Čašule wrote already in a book relating to this: Čašule Ilija: Burushaski as an Indo-European “Kentum” language.
Languages of the World The words in question just happen to look like a layer of loanwords from an unidentified kentum type (presumably European Western) Indo-European language, quite possibly (a modern continuation of) a Paleo-Balkan language (apparently not Phrygian, though).
(Bangani is clearly Indo-Aryan; the words in question would seem to form a register. out of 5 stars Very authoritative book for Indo-European cultures. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 January Verified Purchase.
The book is very extensive about Indo-European cultures. I used it for studying the Hittite language and culture. Read more. 4 people found this s: Burushaski is a language that feels and records even the slightest differences in the meanings. It has, for example, three different words to say ‘the sound of opening a door’, each one describing the intensity of the process, telling whether it produced a very slight sound, a.
The Indo-Iranian language subfamily split from Proto-Indo-European is one of the more basal in the Indo-European linguistic tree. The argument here is not over whether Burushaski is Indo-European, or even whether it is among one the Eastern side of. TY - BOOK. T1 - Evidence for the Indo-European and Balkan Origin of Burushaski.
AU - Casule, Ilija. PY - Y1 - N2 - The monograph provides a comprehensive discussion and analysis of the systematic correspondences discovered in establishing genetic relationship of the language isolate Burushaski with Indo-European at the phonological, grammatical and lexical level.
Burushaski Language Resource About the Project. The materials in this collection are the outcome of a project directed by Sadaf Munshi, PhD. The project was primarily funded by the National Science Foundation’s Documentation of Endangered Languages Program.
Book. 2 2. Languages. Burushaski No Language English 67 Urdu. A linguistics researcher at the Macquarie University in Australia has discovered that the language, known as Burushaski, which is spoken by ab people who reside in a.
The discovery of Kentum elements in Proto-Bangani was announced to the world by Claus Peter Zoller at the 7th World Sanskrit Conference, Leidenin his paper: “On the vestiges of an old Kentum language in Garhwal (Indian Himalayas)”, and elaborated further in his articles: “Bericht über besondere Archaismen im Bangani, einer.
genetic affiliation of Burushaski with Indo-European. The article includes a comprehensive discussion of the Burushaski-Indo-European phonological and lexical correspondences.
It proposes that Burushaski is an Indo-European language which at some stage of its development was in contact with an agglutinative system. Introduction branch of the Austric language family. Vietnamese, Muong [Penutian] Zuñi is claimed to be a member of the Penutian branch of the Amerind language family.
Zuñi [Dene-Caucasian] Basque and Burushaski are now thought by some linguists to be a member of the Dene-Caucasian language family, which includes Basque, Burushaski, North Caucasian, Sino. Free shipping for non-business customers when ordering books at De Gruyter Online.
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Burushaski as an Indo-European 'kentum' language. Munich: LINCOM Europa. Clyne, Michael; Catrin Norrby; and Jane Warren. Language and human relations: Styles of address in contemporary language. New York. Burushaski is a predominantly spoken rather than written language.
Occasionally the Urdu alphabet is used, but no fixed orthography exists. Adu Wazir Shafi wrote a book Burushaski Razon using a Latin script.
Tibetan sources record a Bru-śa language of the Gilgit valley, which appears to have been Burushaski. Although Burushaski may once have been a significant literary language, no Bru-śa. In this case, the family is the Indo-European family of languages.
And the umpteenth cousin is a language called Burushaski. It's spoken by. Burushaski as an Indo-European "Kentum" Language: Reflexes of the Indo-European Gutturals in Burushaski. Lincom GmbH. Christiansen, Morten H. and Simon Kirby, eds. Language Evolution. Oxford University Press. p l Clackson, James.
Indo-European Linguistics: An Introduction. Cambridge University Press. The Pre-Indo-European languages are any of several ancient languages, not necessarily related to one another, that existed in Prehistoric Europe and South Asia before the arrival of speakers of Indo-European oldest Indo-European language texts date from the 19th century BC in Kültepe, now in Turkey, and while estimates vary widely, the spoken Indo-European languages are.
The Evidence Uniting the Indo-European Languages As mentioned above, what provides the basis for positing an Indo-European family and for relating the various languages listed in §§1 and 2 is a set of striking correspondences of form among all these languages.
These correspondences come at. If many languages have similar words meaning the same thing, then it should be possible using these phonological rules to reconstruct the original word in Proto-Indo-European although that language was in the pre-literate era and has been extinct for about 4, years.
All PIE languages. Sadaf Munshi, associate professor at the University of North Texas (UNT), has a Ph.D. in linguistics. Her research focuses on Indo-Aryan languages (Hindi, Urdu, Kashmiri, Romani or “Gypsy” language) and Burushaski, considered to be a language isolate.
Munshi started her documentation work on Burushaski in Srinagar in 3 Endangered language ; 3 Inflectional morphology ; 3 Language contact ; 3 Lexicology ; 3 Linguistic typology, universals of language ; 3 Sound change ; 3 Verb ; 2 Aspect ; 2 Dialectology ; 2 Language documentation ; 2 Language loss and maintenance ; 2 Laryngeal ; 2 Loanword ; 2 Multilingualism, language contact ; 2 Plural ; 2 Plurilingual.
Burushaski is one of the world's isolate languages spoken in the Hunza Valley, Yasin, Nagar, parts of Kashmir and Ghizer areas of Pakistan. Matt at No-sword has a post about the paper “Chinese and Indo-European Roots and Analogues” by Pliny Earle Chase (Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 8, pp.
Spoiler: Chase would like to suggest that the Roman alphabet (and its sister scripts) are derived from the Chinese writing system. The Indo-European Languages presents a comprehensive survey of the individual languages and language subgroups within this language family.
With over four hundred languages and dialects and almost three billion native speakers, the Indo-European language family is the largest of the recognized language groups and includes most of the major current languages of Europe, the. The Burushaski language is spoken by ~ people in northern Pakistan.
It is generally considered a language isolate, having no direct relationship to other languages. This has of course made it an attraction of "alternative linguistics" linking it with native American languages. Presentation  For further information, including the full final version of the list, read the Wikipedia article: Swadesh list.
American linguist Morris Swadesh believed that languages changed at measurable rates and that these could be determined even for languages without written precursors.
Using vocabulary lists, he sought to understand not only change over time but also the relationships. Burushaski, still considered a language-isolate, (1) is spoken by aro people (Berger ) in the Karakoram area in North-West Pakistan at the junction of three linguistic families-the Indo-European (Indo-Aryan and Iranian), the Sino-Tibetan and the Turkic.