The Balochi language of Turkmenistan
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The Balochi language of Turkmenistan a corpus-based grammatical description by Serge Axenov

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Published by Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis : Uppsala University Library [distributor] in Uppsala .
Written in English

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StatementSerge Axenov.
LC ClassificationsPK
The Physical Object
Pagination335 p. ;
Number of Pages335
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22767351M
ISBN 109789155467661

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  In the census there were 12 Baloch in Turkmenistan, 8 % regarded Balochi as their native language. In the census there were 18 Baloch in Turkmenistan, and 18 persons (98,1 %) stated that Balochi was their native language. Get this from a library! The Balochi language of Turkmenistan: a corpus based grammatical description. [Axenov Serge.]. Moshkalo, Vyacheslav V. "Language and Culture of the Balochi in Turkmenistan" in Jahani Nawata, Tetsuo , Baluchi, Asian and African Grammatical Manuals 17b, Tokyo: Institute. A Brief Introduction to Balochi Literature Sabir Badalkhan (Neapel), Carina Jahani (Uppsala) but also by a substantial population in Oman, other Gulf States, Turkmenistan, India, and East Africa. The total number of speakers most likely amounts to more than 10 million. [History of Balochi language and literature] published in , and.

Brand new Book. The Balochi people and language is spread from the coast of Iran to the interior of Pakistan. There are few written sources of their tribal legends and folklore. M. Longworth Dames brings together his wealth of knowledge on tribal language and culture, as a member of the esteemed folklore society to translate and compile this.   By: Aseer Abdul Qadir Shahwani. Translated by: Hamid Ali Baloch. The first valuable attempt for the establishment of the Balochi academy and the promotion and popularization of the Balochi language was made in , at Kalat in the name of “Balochi Diwan” and Haji Abdul Qayyum was nominated as the first convener of the Balochi Academy.   However, most of us (Balochi speakers) are satisfied with the standardization and orthography of our language. Regarding the origin of Balochi, there have been lots of discussions and research by English and Baloch linguists. Most of them are in .   Iran and Pakistan are the two countries with a large Balochi population, but there is also a very significant Baloch population in Afghanistan, Oman, Turkmenistan, and the UAE.

Balochi language, also spelled Baluchi or Beluchi, one of the oldest living languages of the Indo-Iranian group of the Indo-European languages.A West Iranian language, Balochi is spoken by about five million people as a first or second language in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, India, and Baloch diaspora communities.. Balochi is generally divided into eastern, southern, and western dialect groups. The Balochi language of Turkmenistan: a corpus based grammatical description. Stockholm: Uppsala Universitet. Stockholm: Uppsala Universitet. ISBN A Text-book of the Balochi Language, consisting of miscellaneous stories, legends, poems, legends, poems, and a Balochi-English vocabulary. Lahore. Balochi Orthography in Turkmenistan. pp. 71– In Language in society: Eight Sociolinguistic Essays on Balochi. Sweden: Uppsala University.   A Grammar of Modern Standard Balochi by Carina Jahani Studia Iranica Upsaliensia 36 ISBN Balochi is an Iranian language spoken in Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan, the Gulf States (particularly Oman and the United Arab Emirates), Turkmenistan, India, and East Africa. Informal estimates suggest that no less than 10 million people speak the language.