Essays in Finno-Ugric and Finnic Linguistics (Uralic & Altaic)

by Alo Raun

Publisher: RoutledgeCurzon

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Historical & comparative linguistics,
  • Social Science,
  • Ethnic Issues,
  • Finnish (Suomi),
  • Ural-Altaic & Hyperborean Languages,
  • Sociology,
  • Social Science / Ethnic Studies,
  • Ethnic Studies - General
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9864663M
ISBN 10070070907X
ISBN 109780700709076

proto-+‎ Finno-Ugric. Proper noun. Proto-Finno-Ugric (linguistics, uncountable) The hypothetical ancestor language or protolanguage of Finnic and Ugric languages. Usually written with the UPA-transcription system. See also. Proto-Finno-Ugric is the hypothetical ancestor language of the following major groups. Science Social Sciences Linguistics Languages Natural Uralic Estonian. 7. Books and Instructio­nal Materials 0 Dictionaries 6 Learning 3 Literature Society Ethnicity Finno-Ugric Finnic Estonian. 8. World Eesti. Both the Fennoscandian Finnic peoples and Finno-Ugric Sami are indigenous to Northern Europe and the northwestern part of the modern-day country of Russia, and also to Europe in general based on recent DNA studies. Both groups have inhabited the region at least since the the ending of the last ice age in c. 9, BC. Proto-Finno-Ugric is the reconstructed protolanguage for the Finno-Ugric languages, that is the ancestor of the Finnic languages, such as Finnish and Estonian, and the Ugric languages, whose best known example is Hungarian. The parent language is Proto-Uralic, from which Proto-Finno-Ugric and Proto-Samoyedic had c classification: Uralic, Finno-Ugric.

  Wolfgang Veenker in his work on the Finno-Ugric substratum in the Russian language cites three cases of Finno-Ugric influence on Russian: (1) the non-application of so-called akan’e, the pattern of reduction of certain unstressed vowels; (2) the so-called nominal sentence, lacking the copula in the present tense; and (3) the use of the. I'll answer for the Finnic / Uralic part. The term "Uralic" refers to a language family. It is not an ethnicity. Most Uralic people are related to each other only linguistically, not genetically. The Uralic languages that have not a "home country".   Well, that's really a hard one!: D The Finno-Ugric branch sounds fluid and “sweet” to my Balkan, Indo-European ears, not even the Turkic group is comparable to FU. But, FU is more calm and sweet than Samoyedic, which sounds quite “harsh” with the. Finno-Ugric mythology Source: The Oxford Companion to World Mythology Author(s): David Leeming. The most significant and widespread of the non–Indo-European mythologies of Europe is that of the Finnic-Ugric–speaking peoples, whose.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .   So, the Wikipedia section on Proto-Finnic Verbs cites Laakso secret link, so that might interest wiki entry also cites. Lehtinen, Tapani (), Kielen vuosituhannet, Tietolipas , Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, ISBN

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Essays in Finno-Ugric and Finnic Linguistics on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: Indiana University. Essays in Finno-Ugric and Finnic linguistics. Bloomington, Indiana University; distributed by Humanities Press, New York [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alo Raun.

This volume offers an important contribution to the comparative historical study of languages. Most of the articles deal with topics concerning the Indo-European proto-language as well as the individual languages descended from it. Essays in Finno-Ugric philology complete the volume. The book is divided in 8 sections: I.

Indo-European, II. Fenno-Ugrica is the National Library of Finland’s digital collection of Finno-Ugric publications. The Fenno-Ugrica collection includes monograph publications in Ingrian, Veps, Mari (Hill Mari and Meadow Mari) and Mordvinic (Erzyan and Moksha) languages and newspapers in Mari and Mordvinic languages from the s and the : Mika Sarlin.

A good example of a Finnic or Finno-Ugric language that can be confused with Finnish. I am kind of writing a book, which is set in medieval times and I have a kind of conflict between a drunk and a tavern-keeper that takes offence to the drunk calling him a Finn because his accent.

Historical Linguistics Applied the foundations of modern Finno-Ugric studies were laid by demonstrating the common origins of the already recognized “Finnic” language group and Hungarian.

Despite the Finno-centric terminology, the early period of Finno-Ugric. Keywords / target groups: General linguistics, Contact linguistics, Finno-Ugric linguistics, Slavic linguistics. E-Book (PDF) Availability:Released on: Janu The legendary Greek figure Orpheus was said to have possessed magical powers capable of moving all living and inanimate things through the sound of his lyre and voice.

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Search: To search for books, fill in at least one field below. In several postings in mid-January I discussed Finno-Ugric languages (see here, here and here).

However, one issue I didn’t not discuss there is the peculiar distribution of Finnic-speaking peoples. The languages from the Finnic branch of the Finno-Ugric family are spoken in two geographically non-contiguous areas: (a) around the Baltic Sea and in Northern. Up to the late Middle Ages, the vast modern-day Northern Swedish province of Norrland was inhabited solely by the Finnic Kven and Finno-Ugric Sami peoples.

Consequently, the settlers arriving in Norrland from the more southern parts of what today is Sweden and from elsewhere, and their offspring, typically do not belong to the Y-DNA haplogroup.

Finno-Ugric (/ ˌ f ɪ n oʊ ˈ juː ɡ r ɪ k / or / ˌ f ɪ n oʊ ˈ uː ɡ r ɪ k /; Fenno-Ugric) or Finno-Ugrian (Fenno-Ugrian), is a traditional grouping of all languages in the Uralic language family except the Samoyedic commonly accepted status as a subfamily of Uralic is based on criteria formulated in the 19th century and is criticized by some [who?] contemporary Geographic distribution: Eastern, Central and.

About the book: In Chinese Scholars on Inner Asia, some of the best work of the past half-century by leading Chinese scholars on the history and peoples of Inner Asia is presented for the first time in English. The fifteen essays were selected by a team of contemporary Chinese specialists to represent the unique and important contributions made to the field of Inner Asian studies by.

The review of relevant literature, much of which is in Finnish or Estonian, and explanatory introductions in all sections, are especially useful for those starting to study Finno-Ugric languages, but also for typologists and historical : Aet Lees.

See B. Collinder, An Introduction to the Uralic Languages () and Survey of the Uralic Languages (2d ed. ); A. Raun, Essays in Finno-Ugric and Finnic Linguistics (, repr. Finno-Ugric Languages. The answer depends mainly on what to be considered as a writing systen.

If we regard a picrtogram writing system (e.g. similar to Daba script) to be a writing system as well, then the answer to your question is positive. A travelog by Ahmad ibn Fadlan mentions two kinds of writing system used by who later were identified as Komi ancestors called Wisu (which.

The review of relevant literature, much of which is in Finnish or Estonian, and explanatory introductions in all sections, are especially useful for those starting to study Finno-Ugric languages, but also for typologists and historical : Aet Lees.

Since the ancient past the Finno-Ugric peoples have spoken Finno-Ugric languages, and a large part of them still do today. Many members of the ethnically Finno-Ugric peoples today also speak languages that are not considered Finno-Ugric by their.

Finno-Ugric languages fĭn´ō-o͞o´grĭk [key], also called Finno-Ugrian languages, group of languages forming a subdivision of the Uralic subfamily of the Ural-Altaic family of languages (see Uralic and Altaic languages).

The Finno-Ugric group of languages can be divided into two subgroups, Finnic and Ugric. Pohjoismaiden suurin antikvariaatti ja divari, josta löydät normaalia kirjakauppaa laajemman valikoiman ja edullisemmin.

Myös paljon keräilyharvinaisuuksia. The Mari language, discussed in yesterday’s posting, is one of the Finno-Ugric languages, spoken in parts of Scandinavia and the Baltic region, Hungary, central Volga region and as far east as the eastern slopes of the Ural family includes such better known languages as Finnish and Hungarian and such relatively little-known languages as.

The Finno-Ugric world by Gyo?rgy Nanovfszky; Antal Bartha; and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Finno-Ugric languages, group of languages constituting much the larger of the two branches of a more comprehensive grouping, the Uralic languages (q.v.).

The Finno-Ugric languages are spoken by several million people distributed discontinuously over an area extending from Norway in the west to the. Proto-Finnic or Proto-Baltic-Finnic is the common ancestor of the Finnic languages, which include the national languages Finnish and Estonian.

Proto-Finnic is not attested in any texts, but has been reconstructed by linguists. Proto-Finnic is itself descended ultimately from ative: *-k. Comparative-Historical Linguistics: Indo-European and Finno-Ugric. Papers in honor of Oswald Szemerényi III (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory) [Brogyanyi, Bela, Lipp, Reiner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Comparative-Historical Linguistics: Indo-European and Finno-Ugric. Papers in honor of Oswald Szemerényi III (Current Issues in Format: Hardcover. Finno-Ugric. One test of the difficulty of any language is how much of the grammar you must know in order to express yourself on a basic level.

On this basis, Finno-Ugric languages are complicated because you need to know quite a bit more grammar to communicate on a basic level in them than in say, German. Finnic Northern.

Finno-Ugric languages (fĬn´ō-ōō´grĬk), also called Finno-Ugrian languages, group of languages forming a subdivision of the Uralic subfamily of the Ural-Altaic family of languages (see Uralic and Altaic languages).The Finno-Ugric group of languages can be divided into two subgroups, Finnic and Ugric.

These languages have about 24 million speakers distributed in enclaves scattered. I am kind of writing a book, which is set in medieval times and I have a kind of conflict between a drunk and a tavern-keeper that takes offence to the drunk calling him a Finn because his accent sounds like a Finnish one.

A subset of the family of Finno-Ugric languages that includes Finnish, Estonian, Ingrian, Veps, Karelian, Livonian, Meänkieli and Kven.Of or pertaining to Finnic languages.

(rare) Finnish. Uralic languages - Uralic languages - Linguistic characteristics: The linguistic structure of Proto-Uralic has been partially reconstructed by a comparison of the similarities and differences among the known Uralic tongues.

Not all existing similarities can be attributed to a common Uralic origin; some may also reflect universal pressures and limitations on language structure (e.g., the.

The Finnic (Fennic) or Balto-Finnic (Balto-Fennic, Baltic Finnic, Baltic Fennic) languages are a branch of the Uralic language family spoken around the Baltic Sea by Finnic are around 7 million speakers who live mainly in Finland and Estonia.

Traditionally, eight Finnic languages have been recognized. The major modern representatives of the family are Finnish Ethnicity: (Balto-)Finnic.Overview []. Finnish (suomi in Finnish) is a language belonging to the Finnic branch of the Finno-Ugric branch of the Uralic language family.

It is not an Indo-European language. Its closest linguistic relatives are the Estonian, Karelian, and Sámi languages. It is also somewhat distantly related to Hungarian and several minor languages spoken in northern Russia.There is well over a century of solid scholarship backing the Uralic family (this is, as you know, the name currently applied to this language family by linguists, rather than Finno-Ugric [or Ugro-Finnic], because Uralic includes Samoyedic, while Finno-Ugric stricto sensu does not).

More recently, Uralic-Yukaghir has been gaining acceptance as.