Turkic Languages
Turkic Languages 20 (2016) 1+2
[Vol. 20 (2016)]
volume: Vol. 20 (2016)
parts 2 issues
pages/dimensions: 2 issues: 299 pages, 2 diagrams, 2 ill., 28 tables
language: English, German
binding: Paperback
weight: 633
publishing date: 05.04.2017
price info: 118,00 Eur[D]
ISBN: 978-3-447-09945-5

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The journal Turkic Languages aims at presenting work of current interest on a variety of subjects and thus welcomes contributions on all aspects of Turkic language studies. Turkic Languages contains articles, review articles, reviews, discussions, reports, and surveys of publications.

From the contents:
Bernt Brendemoen, Karamanlidic literature and its value as a source for spoken Turkish in the 18th and 19th centuries
Peter Golden, “The Great King of the Türks”
Tooru Hayasi, Variability in linguistic judgment: An analysis of questionnaire survey data from Istanbul and Berlin on the usage of Turkish demonstratives
László Károly, Prototypical adjectives in Turkic
Astrid Menz, Concessive conditionals in Turkish
A. Sumru Özsoy, Some observations on the grammaticalization of the causetime relation in Turkish sonra clauses
Abdurishid Yakup, Focus in Turkish and Uyghur. A preliminary report on an ongoing contrastive investigation
Ingeborg Hauenschild, Bemerkungen zu teleutischen Pflanzen- und Tiernamen aus einer Quelle des 18. Jahrhunderts
András Róna-Tas, Remarks on the ethnonym Khitan
Marcel Erdal, Helitbär and some other early Turkic names and titles
Dmitrij M. Nasilov, Заметки о показателе “глагольное имя + -čï” в истории тюркских языков (‘Remarks on the formative consisting of “a verbal noun and -čï” in the history of Turkic languages’)
Daniel Barry, Laryngeal features and vowel length in Turkic
Hendrik Boeschoten, Problems of the lexicography of Middle Eastern Turkic, illustrated by the case of the Kitāb al-afʽāl
Shinji Ido, A late 19th-century Uzbek text in Hebrew script
Aminem Memtimin, Volitional moods in Modern Uyghur
Kenjegül Kalieva, Die Kasussu fixe am Possessivsuffix der dritten Person im Batken-Dialekt des Kirgisischen
Peter Sauli Piispanen, Folklore borrowings in north-eastern Siberia