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Author: Agnes Korn
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Request PDF On Jan 1, 2005, Agnes Korn and others published Towards a Historical Grammar of Balochi . Book · January 2005 with 51 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. An Old Phonological Study of Balochi and Persian.

Book · January 2005 with 51 Reads. Analogie oder Lautgesetz? Zur Erklärung von Mittelpersisch burr- ‘schneiden’, xirr- ‘kaufen’, āfurr- ‘segnen’ und altpersisch a-f-r- DNf 2. Conference Paper.

Studies on the phonology of Balochi in general and Iranian Balochi and/or specific phonological features in particular have been carried out by, . Spooner (1967); Baranzehi (2003); Korn (2005); Ahangar (2007); Jahani and Korn (2009); Okati (2012);and Soohani (2017). While Korn (2005) treats phonology and vocabulary from a diachronic perspective, the other works mostly take a synchronic approach.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Towards a Historical Grammar of Balochi:. Publisher: Dr Ludwig Reichert Verlag. This book contributes to the knowledge of Balochi historical grammar. Publication Date: 2005. It is comprised mainly of a new discussion of the historical phonology of Balochi, the only other comprehensive treatment of which dates from the end of the 19th century.

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The main part of the book is a new discussion of the historical phonology of Balochi, the only comprehensive treatment of which existing so far dates from the end of the 19th century. Meanwhile, new material from a wide range of Balochi dialects and varieties has come to light

The main part of the book is a new discussion of the historical phonology of Balochi, the only comprehensive treatment of which existing so far dates from the end of the 19th century. Meanwhile, new material from a wide range of Balochi dialects and varieties has come to light. Thi The aim of the present work is to contribute to the knowledge of Balochi historical grammar. The main part of the book is a new discussion of the historical phonology of Balochi, the only comprehensive treatment of which existing so far dates from the end of the 19th century.

Towards a Historical Grammar of Balochi. Studies in Balochi Historical Phonology and Vocabulary London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Studies in Balochi Historical Phonology and Vocabulary. Wiesbaden (Reichert). The Outcome of Proto-Iranian ṛ in Balochi // Iran : Questions et connaissances. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Marking of arguments in Balochi ergative and mixed constructions. In Simin Karimi, VIda Samiian & Donald Stilo (ed. Aspects of Iranian Linguistics, 249–276.

A Grammar, Phrase-book, and Vocabulary of Baluchi (As Spoken in the Sultanate of. .

A Grammar, Phrase-book, and Vocabulary of Baluchi (As Spoken in the Sultanate of Oman). Abingdon: Burgess & Son. Natawa, T. 1981. pp. 470. Wiesbaden, Ludwig Reichert Verlag, 2005. Beiträge zur Iranistik, Band 26). Josef Elfenbein (a1). University of Mainz (retired).

Message 1: Towards a Historical Grammar of Balochi: Studies in Balochi historical phonology and vocabulary Date: 21-Sep-2011 . The main part of the book is a new systematic treatment of the historicalphonology of Balochi.

Message 1: Towards a Historical Grammar of Balochi: Studies in Balochi historical phonology and vocabulary Date: 21-Sep-2011 From: Agnes Korn

This book contributes to the knowledge of Balochi historical grammar. It is comprised mainly of a new discussion of the historical phonology of Balochi, the only other comprehensive treatment of which dates from the end of the 19th century. Meanwhile, new material from a wide range of Balochi dialects and varieties has come to light, making it possible to distinguish between sound changes affecting the Balochi language as a whole and those that operate only in some variety; the approach to do so systematically is attempted here for the first time. Reassessing previous treatments and comparing important related languages (chiefly New Persian, Parthian and Avestan), this volume analyses the development of Old Iranian sounds to the stage of Common Balochi and the changes leading from that stage to the variants spoken today in Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan and some other countries. The results indicate contact with other languages, specifically with Persian, as several Balochi sound changes are not such as we might expect in a North Western Iranian language. Concerning other sound changes, Balochi differs from all attested Middle Iranian languages. The predecessor of contemporary Balochi seems to have been a dialect rather similar to Parthian, but differing from it in a number of details. Thus, the study of Balochi sound changes provides evidence for Middle Iranian dialectal variation. The diversity and intensity of contacts with neighbouring languages is also reflected in the Balochi lexicon of which selected fields are presented and discussed. The layers of loanwords show a continuing influence of Persian from the earliest times to the present day, relationships to Kurdish, Pashto and Brahui, and, particularly in the field of kinship terminology, intense contact with speakers of Modern Indic languages. The book is complemented by a morphological appendix and a comprehensive etymological index. It is intended as a contribution in the fields of New Iranian languages and historical Iranian linguistics.