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The linguistic relationship between Armenian and Greek
1. The Methods of Relating Languages in the Same Family. 2. Phonological Agreements Between Greek and Armenian. 3. Possible Morphological Innovations Shared by Greek and Armenian. 4. UniqueExpand
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Some effects of the Hurro-Urartian people and their languages upon the earliest Armenians
ion. 16 Though connections between Hurrian and the East Caucasian languages have been claimed before (Kluge 1907, with Dargwa; Bork 1909: 68-82, as a link between NEC and SEC; and Friedrich 1933:Expand
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Interrogativity : a colloquium on the grammar, typology, and pragmatics of questions in seven diverse languages, Cleveland, Ohio, October 5th, 1981-May 3rd, 1982
1. Introduction 2. Interrogativity in 3. Russian (by Comrie, Bernard) 4. Mandarin (by Li, Charles N.) 5. Georgian (by Harris, Alice C.) 6. Bengali (by Saha, P.K.) 7. Japanese (by Hinds, John) 8. WestExpand
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Die persischen Vogelnamen
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The Survival of Ancient Anatolian and Mesopotamian Vocabulary until the Present
THERE is little doubt that words from extinct Near Eastern languages have continued up into modern times. The words I am referring to are not those that survived through cognates in languages stillExpand
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Armenian ?????? ZUmNA revisited
L'A. tente de retracer l'origine du mot armenien 'ZUmNA (instrument de musique a vent) a travers la reanalyse des descriptions anterieures de ce terme. L'A. date son origine d'apparition en ArmenieExpand
More Material on the Urartian Substratum in Armenian
Accepting the views of Diakonoff and Starostin that Hurrian and Urartian are Daghestani languages, and further, using largely the Lezgian material collected by Starostin in his North CaucasianExpand
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