handbook of Armenian dialectology

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Caravan Books , Delmar, N.Y
Armenian language -- Dial
Statementby John A.C. Greppin and Amalya A. Khachaturian ; with an introduction by Gevorg B. Djahukian and an excursus by H.D. Muradyan.
SeriesAnatolian and Caucasian studies
ContributionsKhachaturian, Amalya A.
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LC ClassificationsPK8096 .G67 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination253 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2716638M
ISBN 100882060651
LC Control Number86009760

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Are you an author. Author: John A. Greppin. Handbook of Armenian Dialectology; John A.C. Greppin; Hardcover; ISBN An Introduction to Classical Armenian ; Robert W.

Thomson; Hardcover; ISBN Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Armenian Linguistics: Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio, September; John A.C. Greppin (Editor); ISBN. Classification des dialectes arméniens (Classification of Armenian dialects) is a book by the Armenian linguist Hrachia Acharian, published in Paris.

(Armenian Dialectology) that was later published as a book in in Moscow and New Nakhichevan. The. ISSUES OF THE ARMENIAN DIALECTOLOGY Yerevan, October 8–9, C o l l e c t i o n o f p a p e r s *** Международная конференция: ПРОБЛЕМЫ АРМЯНСКОЙ ДИАЛЕКТОЛОГИИ Ереван, 8–9 Октября, г.

С б о р н и к д о к л а д о в Publishing house “Asoghik”. About this book The Handbook of Dialectology provides an authoritative, up-to-date and unusually broad account of the study of dialect, in one volume.

Each chapter reviews essential research, and offers a critical discussion of the past, present and future development of the area.

The Handbook of Dialectology Edited by Charles Boberg, John Nerbonne, and Dominic Watt. The Handbook of Dialectology Edited by Charles Boberg, John Nerbonne, and Dominic Watt. This edition first published appears in standard print versions of this book may not be available in. Perceptual dialectology investigates what ordinary people (as opposed to professional linguists) believe about the distribution of language varieties in their own and surrounding speech communities and how they have arrived at and implement those beliefs.

It studies the beliefs of the common folk about which dialects exist and, indeed, about what attitudes they have to these varieties. A Handbook of Armenian Dialectology 9– Delmar NY: Caravan. Dum-Tragut Jasmine. Armenian: Modern Eastern Armenian. London Oriental and African Language Library Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Dum-Tragut Jasmine. Amen teł hay ka: Armenian as pluricentric language. Paper presented at Non-dominant standards of pluricentric. The Handbook of Perceptual Dialectology, Volume 2, expands on the coverage of both regions and methodologies in the investigation of nonlinguists' perceptions of language variety.

New areas studied include Canada (anglophone and francophone), Cuba, Hungary, Italy, Korea, and Mali, and most prominent among the new approaches are studies of the salience of specific linguistic features in. This chapter aims to trace the history of the meaning of the word “dialect” and to outline the rise of dialectology, which is the historical study of dialects in this sense.

Furthermore, it seeks to set dialectology in relation to the disciplines of philology and historical linguistics. The book contains the latest research findings on this subject." By Christina Ada Anders.

Language Arts & Disciplines. The Handbook of Dialectology. The Handbook of Dialectology provides an authoritative, up-to-date and unusually broad account of the.

The handbook of dialectology. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. E-mail Citation» The most up-to-date handbook on dialectology is also one of the most geographically and linguistically far reaching.

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Handbook of Armenian Dialectology (Anatolian and Caucasian studies). by John A. Greppin, Amalya Khachaturyan, New York: Caravan,p. "Bark Galianosi": The Greek-Armenian Dictionary to Galen. Author: John AC Greppin. December ISBN Keys to nearly all exercises are provided in the corresponding section at the end of the book.

The appendix at the end of the book will help to summarize a number of essential grammar topics. Complete beginners and intermediate speakers of Armenian will also benefit from the conversation book that is integrated into this handbook. Author of Language History, Language Change, and Language Relationship: An Introduction to Historical and Comparative Linguistics () Editor of Balkan Syntax and (Universal) Principles of Grammar () Editor of Handbook of Comparative and Historical Indo-European Linguistics () Editor of Handbook of Comparative and Historical Indo-European Linguistics ().

"Dialectology, the study of how and why language varies from place to place, comes brilliantly to life with this comprehensive, state of the art handbook.

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Grounded in history yet filled with cutting-edge methodology, research findings and personal insights from top researchers in the field, this book gives scholars and students the ideal. Handbook of Comparative and Historical Indo-European Linguistics An International Handbook Series: Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft / Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science (HSK) 41/2.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "This volume is the first of a series sponsored by the International Association for Armenian Studies (Association internationale des études arméniennes -AIEA), in the framework of the 'Armenian Studies ' Project."--Foreword, page ix.

As for the library, it includes more than 1, books manuscripts in the Armenian language for the most part, but some are also in Latin and Greek. Miscellaneous - Bzommar welcomes the Pope in concurrence with two remarkable events: years since the publication of the Armenian book of prayers, years since the establishment of.

The Handbook has everything that needs to be known about regional variation in language, including the history of its study, its manifestations, its causes, and its consequences." Professor Peter Trudgill, University of East Anglia, UK Over the last years the field of dialectology has seen a great broadening and.

Handbook of Armenian Dialectology; John A.C. Greppin; Hardcover; $ (Special Order) An Introduction to Classical Armenian ; Robert W. Thomson; Hardcover; $ (Special Order) Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Armenian Linguistics: Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio, September; John A.C.

Greppin. The Handbook of Dialectology provides an authoritative, up-to-date and unusually broad account of the study of dialect, in one volume.

Each chapter reviews essential research, and offers a critical discussion of the past, present and future development of the area. Handbook of Dialectology Statistics for Aggregate Variationist Analyses John Nerbonne and Martijn Wieling 1. Aggregation and perspectives from the aggregate Dialect geographers have viewed the distribution of most individual linguistic features (pronunciations, allomorphy, or lexical choice) as complex, and moreover, as non-overlapping.

Handbook of Perceptual Dialectology ~ Volume 1 | Dennis R. Preston | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Volume 1 of this handbook aims to provide for the field of perceptual dialectology: a historical survey; a regional survey, adding to the earlier preponderance of studies in Japan, the Netherlands, and the United States; a methodological survey, showing, in detail, how data have been acquired and processed.

The Handbook of Dialectology meets this challenge by providing an authoritative, up-to-date account of the study of dialect from around the world. Organized into three sections—theory, method, and data—the editors along with an international team of leading scholars explore the broad field of dialectology and a wide range of related subtopics.

"Dialectology, the study of how and why language varies from place to place, comes brilliantly to life with this comprehensive, state-of-the-art ed in history yet filled with cutting-edge methodology, research findings and personal insights from top researchers in the field, this book gives scholars and students the ideal reference manual for studying and understanding dialects.

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