Lingua burushaski

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Burushaski
بروشسکی
burū́šaskī
Falado en: Paquistán
Rexións: Gilgit–Baltistán
Total de falantes: 87.000 (2000)[1]
Familia: Lingua illada
 Burushaski
Estatuto oficial
Lingua oficial de: Flag of Pakistan.svg Paquistán
Códigos de lingua
ISO 639-1: --
ISO 639-2: ---
ISO 639-3: bsk
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A lingua burushaski[2] (burū́šaskī / بروشسکی) é unha lingua illada falada no norte de Gilgit–Baltistán, Paquistán.[3] No 2000, o burushaski era falado por 87.000 persoas do pobo burusho. Outros nomes da lingua son Biltum, Khajuna, Kunjut, Brushaski, Burucaki, Burucaski, Burushaki, Burushki,[4] Brugaski, Brushas, Werchikwar e Miśa:ski.

Notas[editar | editar a fonte]

  1. Nationalencyklopedin "Världens 100 största språk 2007" The World's 100 Largest Languages in 2007
  2. Laurie Bauer, 2007, The Linguistics Student’s Handbook, Edinburgh
  3. "Encyclopedia - Britannica Online Encyclopedia". Original.britannica.com. Consultado o 14 de setembro de 2013. 
  4. "Burushaski". Ethnologue. 19 de febreiro de 1999. Consultado o 14 de setembro de 2013. 

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Bibliografía[editar | editar a fonte]

  • Anderson, Gregory D. S. 1997. Burushaski Morphology. Pages 1021–1041 in volume 2 of Morphologies of Asia and Africa, ed. by Alan Kaye. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns.
  • Anderson, Gregory D. S. 1999. M. Witzel’s "South Asian Substrate Languages" from a Burushaski Perspective. Mother Tongue (Special Issue, October 1999).
  • Anderson, Gregory D. S. forthcoming b. Burushaski. In Language Islands: Isolates and Microfamilies of Eurasia, ed. by D.A. Abondolo. London: Curzon Press.
  • Backstrom, Peter C. Burushaski in Backstrom and Radloff (eds.), Languages of northern areas, Sociolinguistic Survey of Northern Pakistan, 2. Islamabad, National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Qaid-i-Azam University and Summer Institute of Linguistics (1992), 31-54.
  • Bashir, Elena. 2000. A Thematic Survey of Burushaski Research. History of Language 6.1: 1–14.
  • Berger, Hermann. 1956. Mittelmeerische Kulturpflanzennamen aus dem Burušaski [Names of Mediterranean cultured plants from B.]. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 9: 4-33.
  • Berger, Hermann. 1959. Die Burušaski-Lehnwörter in der Zigeunersprache [The B. loanwords in the Gypsy language]. Indo-Iranian Journal 3.1: 17-43.
  • Berger, Hermann. 1974. Das Yasin-Burushaski (Werchikwar). Volume 3 of Neuindische Studien, ed. by Hermann Berger, Lothar Lutze and Günther Sontheimer. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz.
  • Berger, Hermann. 1998. Die Burushaski-Sprache von Hunza und Nager [The B. language of H. and N.]. Three volumes: Grammatik [grammar], Texte mit Übersetzungen [texts with translations], Wörterbuch [dictionary]. Altogether Volume 13 of Neuindische Studien (ed. by Hermann Berger, Heidrun Brückner and Lothar Lutze). Wiesbaden: Otto Harassowitz.
  • Grune, Dick. 1998. Burushaski – An Extraordinary Language in the Karakoram Mountains.
  • Holst, Jan Henrik. OUT SEPT. 2014. Advances in Burushaski linguistics. Tübingen: Narr.
  • Karim, Piar. 2013. Middle Voice Construction in Burushaski: From the Perspective of a Native Speaker of the Hunza Dialect.