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Trends in Iranian and Persian Linguistics by Alireza Korangy, Corey Miller 2018

Trends in Iranian and Persian Linguistics

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Trends in Iranian and Persian Linguistics

edition: 1 
serie: Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs [TiLSM], Vol. 313 
ISBN : 3110453460, 9783110455793 
publisher: De Gruyter Mouton 
publish year: 2018 
pages: 381 
language: English 
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1 The alleged Persian-Germanic connection: A remarkable chapter in the study of Persian from the sixteenth through the nineteenth centuries1
2 Huihuiguan zazi: A New Persian glossary compiled in Ming China
3 Glimpses of Balochi lexicography: Some iconyms for the landscape and their motivation
4 On some Iranian secret vocabularies, as evidenced by a fourteenth-century Persian manuscript
5 Specialization of an ancient object marker in the New Persian of the fifteenth century1
6 Fillers, emphasizers, and other adjuncts in spoken Dari and Pashto
7 The historically unmotivated majhul vowel as a significant areal dialectological feature
8 Variability in Persian forms of address as represented in the works of Iranian playwrights
9 Some linguistic indicators of sociocultural formality in Persian
10 Spoken vs. written Persian: Is Persian diglossic?
11 Accounting for *yek ta in Persian
12 The associative plural and related constructions in Persian
13 Revisiting the status of -eš in Persian1
14 ‘Difficult’ and ‘easy’ in Ossetic
15 Possessive construction in Kurdish
16 To bring the distant near: On deixis in Iranian oral literature
17 Extracting semantic similarity from Persian texts
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