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Slovar´ arčinskogo jazyka (arčinsko-russko-anglijskij) [A dictionary of Archi: Archi-Russian-English]

Chumakina, M, Brown, DP, Quilliam, H and Corbett, GG (2007) Slovar´ arčinskogo jazyka (arčinsko-russko-anglijskij) [A dictionary of Archi: Archi-Russian-English] [Dataset]

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A Dictionary of the Archi (Daghestanian) Language including word sounds and illustrations.</p> <p>Archi is spoken by about 1200 people in a remote mountain region in Daghestan. The language is characterised by remarkable phonetics, a very high degree of irregularity in all its inflecting word classes and by its morphological system, with extremely large paradigms. Archi culture is one of the most distinctive and best-preserved cultures of Daghestan

Item Type: Dataset
Divisions : Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences > School of Literature and Languages > English > Surrey Morphology Group
Chumakina, M
Brown, DP
Quilliam, H
Corbett, GG
Publication Date of Paper : 2007
Project Title : Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project (2004-2007).
Data Format : Link to linguistic database
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Depositing User : Mr Adam Field
Date Deposited : 27 May 2010 14:40
Last Modified : 09 Jun 2014 13:32

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