Burushaski

 

 

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Čašule, Ilija. 2003. "Evidence for the Indo-European Laryngeals in Burushaski and Its Genetic Affiliation with Indo-European". Journal of Indoeuropean Studies. 31/1-2 : 21-86

Čašule, Ilija. 2004. "Burushaski-Phrygian Lexical Correspondences in Ritual, Burial, Myth and Onomastics". Central Asiatic Journal. 48/1: 50-104

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Čašule, Ilija. 2012. “Correlation of the Burushaski Pronominal System with Indo-European and Phonological and Grammatical Evidence for a Genetic Relationship.” The Journal of Indo-European Studies 40 / 1-2: 59-154.

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Čašule, Ilija. 2013. “Burushaski kinship terminology of Indo-European origin.” In: Thomas Owen-Smith & Nathan Hill (eds.), Trans-Himalayan Linguistics. Historical and Descriptive Linguistics of the Himalayan Area. New York:De Gruyter.  181-220. [Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs (TiLSM), 266]


Čašule, Ilija. 2011 [2014]. "The Indo-European etymology of Burushaksi -skir 'father-in-law' and -skus 'mother-in-law'." Acta Orientalia 72: 159-179.

Čašule, Ilija. 2014. "Names of plants of Mediterranean and Balkan origin in Burushaski." Himalayan Linguistics 13(2): 1-8.

Čašule, Ilija. 2014. "Evidence for a Burushaski-Phrygian connection." Acta Orientalia 75: 3-31.

Casule, Ilija. 2016. Evidence for the Indo-European and Balkan Origin of Burushaski. Munich: Lincom Europa.

Čašule, Ilija. 2017. Burushaski Etymological Dictionary of the Inherited Indo-European Lexicon. Muenchen: Lincom Europa.

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Frémont, Annette. 1992. Récits inédits en Burushaski. Transcription - Traduction - Commentaire - Lexique. Tome I-II. Thèse pour le Doctorat d’état ès-lettres, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III. (unpublished)

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Hunza’i, Ghulamuddin Ghulam. 1998. Nurah shul. Burushaski ‘arifanah kalam ma’ Urdu tarjumah. Gilgit: J.M. Baig and Sons (In Urdu: parallel text in Burushaski)

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