211 results.
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Year of publication: 2022

Examination of vocal tract area functions for vowels in Mongolian

Author′s name: KAJI Yuta, TAKEMOTO Hironori, SAITO Yoshio, and MAEKAWA Kikuo

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Name of the journal:日本音響学会講演論文集
Volume and pages:pp. 801-802
Academic Field:Philology and Linguistics
Language:Japanese

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article
Year of publication: 2022

Investigation of acoustic properties of Mongolian vowels by modification of vocal tract area functions

Author′s name: KAJI Yuta, TAKEMOTO Hironori, SAITO Yoshio, YURONG, and MAEKAWA Kikuo

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Name of the journal:日本音響学会講演論文集
Volume and pages:pp. 997-998
Academic Field:Philology and Linguistics
Language:Japanese

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Year of publication: 2021

On the Grammatical Meaning and Syntactic Restriction of Auxiliary Verb γar(γa)- in Khorchin Mongolian

Author′s name: BADEMA, MATSUOKA Yuta

KEY WORDS: grammaticalization

Name of the journal:Bulletin of Japanese Association for Mongolian Studies
ISSN:0916-2356  Volume and pages:51: 25-39
Academic Field:Philology and Linguistics
Language:Japanese

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Abstract: In this paper, we will discribe the grammatical meaning and its syntactic restriction of the auxiliary verbs γar- (this original meaning is ‘to go out’) and its transitive form γarγa- in Khorchin Mongolian. This paper discusses mainly the following two points. Firstly, previous studies described that auxiliary verbs γar-, γarγa- and bara- have a same meaning, that is the completion of the action, but we will insist these three forms have each different meaning. Specifically, the meaning of γar- is to represent the implication of related actions derived from the completion of the preceding action as a precondition, and the meaning of γarγa- is to represent the perceptible change in the object caused by the completion of the preceding action. Secondly, the auxiliary verbs γar- and γarγa- have some syntactic restrictions due to the meanings of the main verb remain in auxiliary verbs. From the above we will conclude γar- and γarγa- are the marked forms in contrast with bara-, and are still in the stage of being less grammaticalized than other auxiliary verb such as bayi- (this original meaning is ‘to be’).

article
Year of publication: 2021

Egophoricity in Monghghul: Verbal suffix -wa is an egophoric marker

Author′s name: KAKUDO Masayoshi

KEY WORDS: subjective and objective category (perspective marking) , conjunct, disjunct

Name of the journal:言語の類型的特徴対照研究会論集
Volume and pages:3: 59-73
Academic Field:Philology and Linguistics
Language:Japanese

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Abstract: First half of this paper focused the brief introduction of egophoricity, which has not been recognized widely. Although verb suffix of -wa of Mongghul is often described as neutral concerning egophoricity (perspective ). Åkerman only maintains it to be an egophoric marker. This paper discussed his claim is adequate examining in terms of flexibility (involvement) .

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Year of publication: 2021

Characteristics of Written Mongolian in Polyglot Manchu Dictionaries

Author′s name: Hitoshi Kuribayashi

KEY WORDS: Mongolian, Manchu, Qingwenjian(清文鑑), 18th century, polyglot dictionary

Name of the journal:Manchu Studies
ISSN:1000-7873  Volume and pages:1:95-107
Academic Field:Philology and Linguistics
Language:Chinese

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article
Year of publication: 2021

Characteristics of Written Mongolian of the Hua-yi yi yu(華夷譯語) of the Yong-le era, in the Ming Dynasty

Author′s name: Hitoshi Kuribayashi

KEY WORDS: Mongolian, Chinese-Mongolian glossary, Hua-yi yi-yu(華夷譯語), 15th century

Name of the journal:Bulletin of Japanese Association for Mongolian Studies
ISSN:0916-2356  Volume and pages:51:1-23
Academic Field:Philology and Linguistics
Language:Japanese, Mongolian, Chinese

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article in the book
Year of publication: 2021

'Sun' in Mongolic and Turkic, 'Rice plant' in Mongolic and Turkic, etc.

Author′s name: SAITÔ Yoshio

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Title of the book:Linguistic Atlas of Asia (ENDO Mitsuaki et al. eds.)
Publishers:Hituzi syobo
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Pages (pp. x-xx) :pp. 48-49, 87-88, 124-125, 132, 156-157, 191-192, 225-226, 275-276, 311-312
Academic Field:Philology and Linguistics
Language:English

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article
Year of publication: 2021

Stop Series in Mongolic and Turkic

Author′s name: SAITÔ Yoshio

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Name of the journal:Studies in Asian and African Geolinguistics
Volume and pages:1, 52-53
Academic Field:Philology and Linguistics
Language:English

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article
Year of publication: 2021

Grammatical Relations in Mongolic and Turkic

Author′s name: SAITÔ Yoshio

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Name of the journal:Studies in Asian and African Geolinguistics
Volume and pages:2, 28-29
Academic Field:Philology and Linguistics
Language:English

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article
Year of publication: 2020

A Note on a Note: The Inscription in ‘the Leiden Manuscript’ of Turkic and Mongolic Glossaries

Author′s name: SAITÔ Yoshio

KEY WORDS: Leiden manuscript

Name of the journal:Journal of Islamic Manuscripts, Brill, Leiden
Volume and pages:11: 43-52
Academic Field:Philology and Linguistics
Language:English

Abstract: The so-called ‘Leiden Manuscript’, the collection of Turkic and Mongolic glossaries titled Kitāb Majmūʿ Turjumān Turkī wa-ʿAjamī wa-Muğalī wa-Fārsī, has a yet undeciphered inscription on f. 75b. In this article, the author identifies the script of the inscription as a type of Coptic cursive numerals called ḥurūf al-zimām, which was primarily in use in Egypt for accounting purposes. The use of zimām numerals in the inscription indicates that the manuscript may have existed in Egypt, and this strengthens the theory advanced by M.Th. Houtsma that the manuscript was created there. Yemen is another possible place of origin of the manuscript due to the close relationship of the Rasūlid dynasty with the Mamlūk sultanate and the fact that some documents with zimām numerals have been found there.

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