Çhengaghyn Sheenagh-Tibetagh

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Gow gys: stiureydys, ronsee
Sheenagh-Tibetagh
Rheam: Yn Aishey Hiar
Rang-oardraghey: Kynney çhengey nah smoo y theill rere earroo loayreyeryn
Fo-rheynnyn:
Tai-Kadai (arganeys)
Hmong-Mien (arganeys)
ISO 639-2: sit
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Çhengaghyn Sheenagh-Tibetagh ayns jiarg.

She kynney çhengey eh Sheenagh-Tibetagh, goaill stiagh (ec y chooid sloo) çhengaghyn Sheenagh as Tibetagh-Burmagh. Ta harrish 400 çhengaghyn ‘sy chynney shoh[1], as ny smoo na 1 275 millioon loayreyder.

Cha nel coardail rish çhengoayllee mychione ny fo-chynnaghyn t’ayn. Son y chooid smoo, ta çhengoayllee Sheear gra dy vel Tai-Kadai as Hmong-Mien nyn gynnaghyn çhengey neuchrogheydagh, as dy vel calyssyn eddyr oc as Sheenagh-Tibetagh er coontey eeassaghey focklyn. Çhengoayllee Sheenagh, son y chooid smoo t’ad cur ny possanyn shoh ‘sy chynney Sheenagh-Tibetagh (myr sampleyr, art "Sino-Tibetan" (汉藏语系) ‘syn Encyclopedia of China, ry-lhiah ‘syn ym-lioar "çhengaghyn" (语言文字), 1988, as yn ym-lioar "çhengoaylleeaght as fockle-oaylleeaght" (語言文字)).

Imraaghyn[reagh]

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  • Benedict, Paul K. (1972). Sino-Tibetan: A Conspectus. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-08175-0.
  • Coblin, W. South (1986). A Sinologist's Handlist of Sino-Tibetan Lexical Comparisons. Monumenta Serica Monograph Series 18. Nettetal: Steyler Verlag. ISBN 3-87787-208-5.
  • Gong Hwang-cherng (2002). Han Zang yu yanjiu lunwen ji (漢藏語硏究論文集 "Collected papers on Sino-Tibetan linguistics"). Taipei: Academia Sinica. ISBN 957-671-872-4.
  • Matisoff, James (2000). "On 'Sino-Bodic' and Other Symptoms of Neosubgroupitis". Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 63(3):356-369.
  • _____(2003). Handbook of Proto-Tibeto-Burman: System and Philosophy of Sino-Tibetan Reconstruction (805 pages, 3.2 MB). Berkeley: University of California Press. ISBN 0-520-09843-9.
  • Thurgood, Graham and Randy J. LaPolla (re.) (2003). Sino-Tibetan Languages. London: Routledge. ISBN 0-7007-1129-5.
  • Van Driem, George (1995). "Black Mountain Conjugational Morphology, Proto-Tibeto-Burman Morphosyntax, and the Linguistic Position of Chinese". Senri Ethnological Studies 41:229-259.
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