The Turkic languages
The Turkic languages
（Routledge language family descriptions）
- : pbk
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Includes bibliographical references and index
The Turkic Languages examines the modern languages within this wide-ranging language family and gives an historical overview of their development.The first part covers generalities, providing an introduction to the grammatical traditions, subgrouping and writing systems of this language family. The latter part of the book focuses on descriptions of the individual languages themselves. Each language description gives an overview of the language followed by detail on phonology, morphology, syntax, lexis and dialects. The language chapters are similarly structured to enable the reader to access and compare information easily. Each chapter represents a self-contained article written by a recognised expert in the field. Suggestions are made for the most useful sources of further reading and the work is comprehensively indexed.
1. The speakers of Turkish Languages 2. The Turkic peoples: a historical sketch 3. The structure of Turkic 4. The reconstruction of Proto-Turkic and the genetic question 5. The History of Turkic 6. Turkic writing systems 7. Old Turkic 8. Middle Kipchak 9. Chaghatay 10. Ottoman Turkish 11. Turkish 12. Turkish Dialects 13. The Turkish Language of Reform 14. Azerbaijanian 15. Turkmen 16. Turkic Languages of Iran 17. Tatar, Bashkir 18. West Kipchak languages 19. Kazakh and Karakalpak 20. Nogay 21. Kirghiz 22. Uzbek 23. Uyghur 24. Yellow Uyghur and Salar 25. South Siberian Turkic 26. Yakut 27. Chuvash.
: pbk ISBN 9780415412612
The Turkic languages are spoken today in a vast geographical area from the Balkans to the Arctic Ocean and from South Iran to China. There are currently twenty languages in the group, the most important being Turkish. This is the first reference book to bring together detailed discussions of the historical development and specialized linguistic structures and features of this vast language family. Each chapter contains modern linguistic analysis with traditional historical linguistics, allowing for easy typological comparison of the language.
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