From Koguryǒ to T’amna: Slowly riding to the South with speakers of Proto-Korean

@article{Vovin2013FromKT,
  title={From Koguryǒ to T’amna: Slowly riding to the South with speakers of Proto-Korean},
  author={Alexander Vovin},
  journal={Korean Linguistics},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={222-240}
}
  • A. Vovin
  • Published 2013
  • Philosophy
  • Korean Linguistics
This article recapitulates some old evidence for the Japonic linguistic substratum in Silla and Paekche in and for the lack of thereof in Koguryǒ. It also introduces some new evidence for the same linguistic distribution. The new evidence for Koguryǒ comes mainly from words recorded in Chinese dynastic histories and from additional Korean loanwords identified in Manchu, the new evidence for Paekche from Liang shu, while the new evidence for Silla is based on the analysis of Silla placenames… Expand
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