Tat-gú (Caucasus)

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Tat-gú (Caucasus)
zuhun tati, зугьун тати
Goân-chū kok-ka Azerbaijan, Dagestan (Gôlôsu)
Sú-iōng tē-khu North Caucasus, Transcaucasia
Bîn-cho̍k Tats, Armeno-Tats
bú-gí sú-iōng-chiá (28,000 excluding Judeo-Tat cited 1989 –no date)[1]
Gí-hē
Bûn-jī hē-thóng
Koaⁿ-hong tē-ūi
Koaⁿ-hong gí-giân

 Russia

Gí-giân tāi-bé
ISO 639-3 ttt
Glottolog musl1236
ELP Muslim Tat
Linguasphere 58-AAC-g
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Tat-gú (Caucasus) (ing-gú: Tat-gú (Caucasus)), mā kiò-tsò Tat-phosu gú / Tati phosu gú (ing-gú: Tat/Tati Persian),[4][5]Iran se-lâm-pōo [en] ê tsi̍t-tsióng gú-gên [en], kah phosu-gú bi̍t-tshet kuan-lên,[6] m̄-ku mā bô-huat-tōo uat-suân hô-siong liáu-kái[7], iû Azerbaijan hām Gôlôsu ê Tat jîn [en] sóo sú-iōng. Caucasus (/ˈkɔːkəsəs/) tē-khu ê yehudim [en] mā sú-iōng tsi̍t-tsióng kiò-tsò Judeo-Tat gú [en] ê Iran gú-gên [en]

Tsù-kái[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. Tat-gú (Caucasus) at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)
  2. Windfuhr, Gernot. The Iranian Languages. Routledge. 2009. p. 417.
  3. Constitution of the Republic of Dagestan: Chapter I, Article 11: "The state languages of the Republic of Dagestan are Russian and the languages of the peoples of Dagestan."
  4. Gernot Windfuhr, "Persian Grammar: history and state of its study", Walter de Gruyter, 1979. pg 4:""Tat- Persian spoken in the East Caucasus""
  5. Windfuhr, Genot (2013). Iranian Languages. Routledge. p. 417. ISBN 978-1135797041. The Northwestern outpost of Persian is Caucasian Tat Persian (...) 
  6. Gruenberg, Alexander. (1966). Tatskij jazyk [The Tat language]. In Vinogradov, V. V. (ed.), Jazyki narodov SSSR. Volume 1: Indoevropejskie jazyki, 281-301
  7. Authier, Gilles (2012). Grammaire juhuri, ou judéo-tat, langue iranienne des Juifs du Caucase de l'est. Wiesbaden: Reichert

Ên-sin ua̍t-to̍k[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  • Donald W. Stilo, “The Tati Language Group in the Sociolinguistic Context of Northwestern Iran an Transcaucasia,” Iranian Studies: Journal of the Society for Iranian Studies (IranS) 14 (1981).
  • Gernot L. Windfuhr, “Typological Notes on Pronominal Cases in Iranian Tati,” Bulletin of the Asia Institute 4 (1990).
  • Giles Authier, “New Strategies for Relative Clauses in Azeri an Apsheron Tat,” In Clause Linkage in Cross-Linguistic Perspective: Data-Drive Approaches to Cross-Clausal Syntax (Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton 2012).
  • John M. Clifton, “Colonialism, Nationalism and Language Vitality in Azerbaijan,” in Responses to Language Endangerment: In honor of Mickey Noonan. New Directions in Language Documentation and Language Revitalization, ed. Elena Mihas, Bernard Perley, Gabriel Rei-Doval, Kathleen Wheatley (Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2013): 201–205.
  • John M. Clifton, “Do the Talysh and Tat Languages Have a Future in Azerbaijan?” SIL International & University of North Dakota.
  • A.A. Saegehi, “New Words from the Old Language of Arran, Shirvan an Azerbaijan,” Iranian Journal of Linguistics 17.1 (2002) 21–40.
  • Abbas Taheri, “Tati Dialect of Takistan,” Iranian Journal of Linguistics 9.2 (1992) 25–39.

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