Tibetan



Research on Tibetan Languages: A Bibliography, by Nathan Hill

 

Agha, Asif. 1993. Structural form and utterance context in Lhasa Tibetan. Grammar and indexicality in a non-configurational language. (Monographs in linguistics and the philosophy of language, 2.) New York etc.: Peter Lang.

Bacot, Jacques. 1928. Une grammaire tibétaine du tibétain classique. Les ślokas grammaticaux de Thonmi Sambhoṭa avec leurs commentaires. Traduits du tibétain et annotés par Jaques Bacot. Paris: Librairie Orientaliste Paul Geuthner.

Bacot, Jacques. 1946. Grammaire du tibétain littéraire. Paris: Librairie d’Amérique et d’Orient.

Bacot, Jacques. 1948 Grammaire du tibétain littéraire. Index morphologique. Paris: Librairie d’Amérique et d’Orient.

Beckh, Hermann. 1908. Beiträge zur Tibetischen Grammatik, Lexikographie, Stilistik und Metrik. (Aus dem Anhang zu den Abhandlungen der Königlichen Preußischen Akademie der Wissenschaften von 1908.) Berlin: Verlag der Königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften.

Beckwith, Christopher I. 1994. Tibetan language reform: History and future. Language reform: History and future. Ed by I. Fodor and C. Hagege. Vol. VI. Hamburg: Helmut Buske: 73–84.

Beckwith, Christopher. 1996. "The Morphological Argument for the Existence of Sino-Tibetan." Pan-Asiatic Linguistics: Proceeings of the Fourth International Symposium on Languages and Linguistics, January 8th-10th, 1996. Vol 3. Bangkock: Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development Mahidol University at Salaya: 812-826

Beckwith, Christopher & Michael Walter. 1997. “Some Indo-European Elements in Early Tibetan Culture.” Ernst Steinkellner (ed.), Tibetan Studies: Proceedings of the 7th Seminar of the International Assocaition for Tibetan Studies, Graz 1995.  Philosophisch-Historische Klasse, Denkschriften, 256. Band. Vol II. Vienna: Östereichische Akademie der Wissenschaften. 1037-1055

Beckwith, Christopher. 2006. “The Sonority Sequencing Principle and Old Tibetan Syllable Margins.” In: Medieval Tibeto-Burman Languages II. Leiden: Brill, 45-57

Behr, Wolfgang. 1994. [Review of Beyer 1992]. Oriens 34: 557-563

Bell, Charles Alfred. 1905. Tibetan grammar. Chumbi. = Manual of Colloquial Tibetan. Alipore/Calcutta: West Bengal Government Press. = Grammar of colloquial Tibetan. 2nd edition 1919 Calcutta: Bengal Secretary Book Depot.

Beyer, Stephan V. 1992. The Classical Tibetan language. New York: State University of New York. Reprint 1993, (Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica series, 116.) Delhi: Sri Satguru.

Bielmeier, Roland. 1982. “Problems of Tibetan dialectology and language history with special reference to the sKyid-grong dialect.” Zentralasiatische Studien 16:405-25

Bielmeier, Roland. 1982. “On Tone in Tibetan.” In: Helga Uebach and Jampa L. Panglung (eds.): Studia Tibetica: Quellen und Studien zur tibetischen Lexikographie. München. Vol. 2:43-54

Bielmeier, Roland. 1985. “A survey of the development of western and southwestern Tibetan dialects.” In: Barbara Nimri Aziz and Matthew Kapstein (eds.), Soundings in Tibetan civilisation. Proceedings of the 1982 seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Columbia University. Delhi: Manohar: 3–19.

Bielmeier, Roland. 1988. “The reconstruction of the stop series and the verbal system in Tibetan.” In: Languages and history in East Asia. Festschrift for Tatsuo Nishida on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Kyoto/Shokado: 15–27.

Bielmeier, Roland. 1994. “Zu den Bono-Na Liedern der Darden von Da-Hanu.” SII 19: 11–32.

Bielmeier, Roland. 2000. “Syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic-epistemic functions of auxiliaries in Western Tibetan.” In: Balthasar Bickel (ed.). Person and evidence in Himalayan languages. Special Issue of Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area. Volume I: 23.2:79-125

Bielmeier, Roland. 2003. "Comparative Dictionary of Tibetan Dialects (CDTD). A research report." European Bulletin of Himalayan Research 23:97-101.

Bielmeier, Roland. 2004. "Shafer's proto-West Bodish hypothesis and the formation of the Tibetan verb paradigms." Anju Saxena (ed.), Himalayan Languages, Past and Present. (Trends in Linguistics, Studies and Monographs, 149). Berlin / New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 395-412.

Bielmeier, Roland. 2004. "Lexikalische Variation und lexikalischer Wandel im Tibetischen am Beispiel einiger Körperteilbezeichnungen." Wiltrud Mihatsch & Reinhild Steinberg (eds.), Lexical Data and Universals of Semantic Change. Tübingen: Stauffenburg (Stauffenburg Linguistik).

Byams pa rdo rje. “’bcib’ dang ‘bzhon’ zhes pa byed med las tshig yin pa’i skor rags stam glong ba” [Remarks concerning ‘bcib’ and ‘bzhon’ as intransitive verbs] mtsho sngon slob gso 106, 4. Xining: 1996:53-54

Causemann, Margret. 1989. Dialekt und Erzählungen der Nangchenpas. Sankt Augustin: Vereinigung für Geschichtswissenschaft Hochasiens Wissenschaftsverlag (Beiträge zur tibetischen Erzählforschung, 11)

Chang, Kun & Betty Shefts. 1964. A Manual of Spoken Tibetan (Lhasa Dialect). Seattle: University of Washington Press

Chang, Kun & Betty Shefts. 1965. "A Morphophonemic Problem in the Spoken Tibetan of Lhasa". Journal of the American Oriental Society 85/1: 34-39."

Chang, Betty & Kun Chang. 1967. "Spoken Tibetan Morphophonemics: p." Language 43/2.1: 512-525

Chang, Betty Shefts and Kun Chang. 1969. “Vowel harmony in spoken Lhasa Tibetan.” Lishi Yanjiusuo Jikan 40: 53–124.

Chang, Betty Shefts and Kun Chang. 1978 Spoken Tibetan texts. Vol. II. (Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, special publications, 74.) Taipei: Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica.

Chang, Kun & Betty Shefts Chang. 1980. “Ergativity in Spoken Tibetan.” Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica 51/1:15-32

Chang, Kun & Betty Shefts Chang. 1980 (?). “Perfective and imperfective in Spoken Tibetan.” Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica 52/2:303-21

Chang, Betty Shefts and Kun Chang. 1981 Spoken Tibetan texts. Vol. IV. (Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, special publications, 74.) Taipei: Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica.

Chang, Betty Shefts and Kun Chang. 1984. “The certainty hierarchy among Spoken Tibetan verbs of being.” BIHP 55: 603–635.

Chang, Kun & Betty Shefts Chang 1984. “The Spoken Tibetn verb kap”. L. Ligeti (ed.), Tibetan and Budhist Studies Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Alexander Csoma de Körös. Budapest: Akadémia Kiadó. Vol I. 131-142

Chang, Betty Shefts and Kun Chang. 1993. “Tense and aspect in spoken Tibetan.” In: Ernst Steinkellner and Helmut Tauscher (eds.), Contributions on Tibetan language, history, and culture. Proceedings of the Csoma de Kőrös Symposium held at Velm-Vienna, Austria, 13–19 September 1981. Vol. I. (Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde 10.) Wien: Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien Universität Wien: 329–37.

Che Qian 1981. “Cong gcig tanqi – guanyu gu Zangyu shengmu zhong qingseyin secayin songqi he bu songqi wenti” [Starting from gcig: concerning the aspiration of initials of voliceless plosives in Ancient Tibetan.] Minzu Yuwen. 36-39

Che Qian 1984. "Gu Zangyu li you fuhe yuanyi ma?" [Did Old Tibetan have dipthongs?] Zhongyang Minzu Xueyuan Xuebao 3: 102-105

Che Qian 1990. “Certain phonetic changes in Tibetan in the light of variant and erroneous spellings in Old Tibetan documents of the Royal period.” Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 13/1:1-10

Che Qian 1991. "On certain Tibetan and Chinese phonological questions of the medieval period" Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 14: 65-92

Che, Qian. 1992. “A preliminary discussion of subject marking (byed-sgra) in Lhasa Tibetan.” Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 15.1: 53–63.

Coblin, Weldon South 1974. “An early Tibetan word for horse.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 94: 124-5

Coblin, Weldon South 1976. “Notes on Tibetan verbal morphology.” T'oung Pao. 62. Leiden: E. J. Brill. 45-60

Coblin Weldon South1987. “A note on Tibetan mu.” Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 10/1.166-8

Coblin, Weldon South 1991. “Notes on Old Tibetan Rje-blas” Ernst Steinkellner (ed.), Tibetan History and Language: Studies Dedicated to Uray Géza on his 70th Birthday. Wien: Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien. (Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde, 26). 63-109

Coblin, Weldon South 2002. "On certain functions of  'a-chung in early Tibetan transcriptional texts" Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 25/2: 169-185

Davidson, Roland M. 1996. [Review of Beyer 1992]. Philosophy East and West 46.1: 119-122

de Jong, Jan Willem 1972. “Tibetan blag-pa and blags-pa.” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 36. 209-12; Tibetan Studies Indica et Tibetica, Band 25, Swisttal-Odendorf 1994, Indica et Tibetica Verlag, 1994: 182-186

DeLancey, Scot. 1982. “Lhasa Tibetan: A case study in ergative typology.” Journal of Linguistic Research 2/1:21-32

DeLancey, Scot. 1984. “Transitivity and ergative case in Lhasa Tibetan.” Berkeley Linguistic Society 10

DeLancey, Scott. 1985. “Lhasa Tibetan evidentials and the semantics of causation.” Proceedings of the eleventh annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society

DeLancey, Scott. 1985. “Categories of Non-volitional Actor in Lhasa Tibetan.” Arlene R.K. Zide, David Magier & Eric Schiller (eds.). Proceedings of the Conference on Participant Roles: South Asia and Adjacent Areas. An Ancillary Meeting to the CLS Regional Meeting, April 25th, 1984, University of Chicago. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Linguistics Club. 58-70

DeLancey, Scott. 1986. “Evidentiality and volitionality in Tibetan.” Wallace Chafe & Johana Nichols (eds.). Evidentiality: The linguistic coding of epistemology. Norwood, N.J.:Ablex. 203-13

DeLancey, Scott. 1990. “Ergativity and the cognitive model of event structure in Lhasa Tibetan.” Cognitive Linguistics 1:289-321

DeLancey, Scott. 1991. “The origin of verb serialization in Modern Tibetan.” Studies in Language 15/1:1-23

DeLancey, Scott. 1999. “Relativization in Tibetan.” In: Yadava & Glover (eds.). Topics in Nepalese Linguistics. Kathmandu: Royal Nepal Academy. 231-49

Denwood, Philip 1986. “The Tibetan Noun Final –s” Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area. 9/1: 97-101

Denwood, Phillip 1990. "Tibetan Pho-brang in the Early Period" Tadeusz Skorupski (ed.), Indo-Tibetan Studies: Papers in honour and appreciation of Professor David L. Snellgrove's contribution to Indo-Tibetan Studies. Tring: The Institute of Buddhist Studies, 1990: 75-80(Buddhica Britannica Series Continua 2)

Denwood, Philip 1991 “Some Rare Words in Tibetan Documents of the Early Period” Ernst Steinkellner (ed.), Tibetan History and Language: Studies Dedicated to Uray Géza on his 70th Birthday Wien: Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddistische Studien. (Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde, Heft 26). 129-131

Denwood, Phillip 1996. "Initial zl- and sl- in Tibetan" The Tibet Journal 21/4: 23-20

Denwood, Philip. 1999. Tibetan. (London Oriental and African language library, 3.) Amsterdam, Philadelphia, PA: Benjamins.

Desgodins, A. 1899. Essai de grammaire thibétaine pour le langage parlé avec alphabet et prononciation. Hongkong: Imprimerie de Nazareth. (Perhaps Kham?)

Dmudge Bsamgtan. 1990. Brdasprod blogsal dgahston [A clear minded celebration of grammar]. 5th edition, Kansuhu Mirigs Dpeskrunkhaŋ [Gansu Nationalities Publishing House].

Dŋulchu Dharmabhadra (1772–1851). 1806. Situhi žalluŋ. Ed. as Sumrtags rtsaba daŋ deḥi ḥgrelpa Situhi žalluŋ [The root texts Sumrtags and the commentary on the teachings of Situ] by Bsodnams Rgyamtsho, 6th edition 1993, Pecin: Mirigs Dpeskrunkhaŋ [Beijing: Nationalities Publishing House]. Critical edition by Thupten Kunga Chashab [2002]. [Ed. also in Sarat Chandra Das 1915.]

Dragunov, A 1936. "Voiced plosives and affricates in ancient Tibetan". Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica 7, (1936): 165-174

Dragunov, A 1939. "Osobennosti fonologicheskoi sistemy drevnetibetskogo iazyka." [Peculiarities of the Old Tibetan Phonological System] Zapiski Instituta vostokovedeniia Akad. Nauk SSR 7. (1939): 284-295

Dmudge Bsamgtan. 1980. Brdasprod blogsal dgahston [The feast of the intelligible grammar]. S.l.: Kansuhu Mirigs Dpeskrunkhaŋ [Gansu Nationalies Publishing House].

Dongrub Phuntshogs. 1990. Bodyiggi dusgsum rnamgžag [Principle of the three tenses of written Tibetan]. S.l.: Bodljoŋs midmaŋs dpeskrunkhaŋ [Tibetan People’s Publishing House] (D3).

Durr, Jacques A. 1950. Morphologie du verbe tibétain. (Bibliothek der Allgemeinen Sprachwissenschaft, 3. Reihe, Darstellungen und Untersuchungen aus einzelnen Sprachen.) Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitätsverlag.

Dürr, Jacques A. 1954. "Wie übersetze ich Tibetisch? Oder Probleme der vergleichenden Sprachwissenschaft der tibetisch-barmanischen Sprachengruppe." Asiatica. Festschrift Friedrich Weller zum 65. Geburtstag. Leipzig: Otto Harrassowitz: 53–77.

Eimer, Helmut 1987. ‘Eine alttibetische Perfektbildung” Indo-Iranian Journal 30. 1987: 213-4

Eimer, Helmut. 1993. [Review of Beyer 1992]. Central Asiatic Journal 38.4: 323

Emmerick, R. E 1978. “Some lexical Items from the rgyud-bzhi.” Luis Ligeti (ed.), Proceedings of the Csoma de Kőrös Memorial Symposium. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1978. 101-108

Emmerick, R. E 1983. “Some Lexical Items from the Siddhasara.” Ernst Steinkellner & Helmut Tauscher (eds.), Contributions on Tibetan Language, History and CultureWiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde 10. Wien: Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien, Universität Wien, 1983; Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Private Limited, 1995. 61-68

Emmerick, R. E. 1983. “Some more loanwords in Khotanese.” Die Sprache: Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 29 (1983): 43-9

Emmerick, R. E. 1984. “Tibetan Lexical Notes” Louis Ligeti (ed.), Tibetan and Buddhist studies commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Alexander Csoma de Kőrös. Vol 1. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1984: 207-10

Emmerick, R. E. 1985.. “Tibetan Loanwords in Khotanese and Khotanese Loanwords in Tibetan.” Orientalia Iosephi Tucci Memoriae Dicata. Serie Orientale Roman 56.1. Rome: Insituto Italiano Per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, 1985: 301-319

Emmerick, Ronald Eric 1988. “Tibetan no-ra-re.” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 51:537-39, 1988

Francke, August Hermann 1901. Ladakhi and Tibetan Grammar. [Reprint: Delhi: Seema Publications, 1979]

Francke, August Hermann. 1900 A collection of Ladakhi proverbs. JASB 69: 135–148

Francke, August Hermann. 1901 Sketch of Ladakhi grammar. JASB 70: 1–63. Reprint under the title: Ladakhi and Tibetan grammar. Delhi 1979: Seema Publications.

Francke, August Hermann. 1904 A language map of West Tibet with notes. JASB 73: 362–67

Garrett, Edward John. 2001. Evidentiality and Assertion in Tibetan. Ph.D. Dissertation, UCLA. Dissertation

Gesang, Jumian. 1985. “Zangyu Batanghua de yuyin fenxi [An analysis of the phonology of Ba-thang Tibetan].” Minzu Yuwen 2:16-27

Gesang Jumiang & Skalbzang Hgyurmed. 1981. Bodkyi brdasprod rigpahi khridrgyun rabgsal meloŋ. [The very clear mirror, a guide to the understanding of Tibetan grammar.] Sikhron Mirigs Dpeskrunkhaŋ [Sichuan Nationalities Publishing House]

Gesang Jumiang / Skalbzang Hgyurmed. 1992. Bodkyi brdasprod rigpahi khridrgyun rabgsal meloŋ: Le clair mirroir. Enseignement de la grammaire tibétaine. Traduit, adapté et commenté par Heather Stoddard et Nicolas Tournadre. Arvillard: Editions Prajñā, Collection Tibétaine.

Geziben, Deji-Sezhen. 1996. Trochaic structure in Tibetan phonology: a metrical analysis of tone in Lhasa Tibetan. Arlington: UT at Arlington Master’s Thesis

Goldstein, Melvyn C. & Nawang Nornang. 1978. Modern Spoken Tibetan: Lhasa Dialect. Kathmandu: Ratna Pustak Bhandar (Bibliotheca Himalayica, Series II, 14)

Gong, Hwang-cherng. 1977. “guzangwen de y ji qixiangguan wenti [Ancient Tibetan y and related questions].” Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica 48.2:205-228. [reprinted in: Gong Hwangcherng. 2002. Hanzangyu yanjiulun wenji / Collected Papers on Sino-Tibetan Linguistics. Taipei: Zhong yang yan jiu yuan yuyanxue yanjiusuo choubeichu. 379-399

Hahn, Michael 1973. “Grundfragen der tibetischen Morphologie” Zentralasiatiche Studien 7. (1973): 425-442.

Hahn, Michael 1978. "On the function and origin of the particle dag." Martin Brauen & Per Kvaerne (eds.), Tibetan studies: presented at the Seminar of Young Tibetologists, Zurich, June 26-July 1, 1977. Zürich : Völkerkundemuseum der Universität Zürich: 137-47

Hahn, Michael. 1994. “On some rare particles, words and auxiliaries in classical Tibetan.” Per Kværne (ed.), Tibetan Studies. Proceedings of the Sixth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies. Fagernes 1992.1.2. Oslo: Institute for Comparative Research in Human Culture, 1994. 288-294

Hahn, Michael. 1996. Lehrbuch der klassischen tibetischen Schriftsprache. (Indica et Tibetica 10) Swisttal-Odendorf: Indica et Tibetica Verlag

Hahn, Michael 1997. “A propos the term gtsug-lag” Proceedings of the 7th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies. Wien: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1997. 341-348

Hahn, Michael 1999. “Blags und verwante: Miscellanea Etymologica Tibetica VI.” Studia Tibetica et Mongolica: Festschrift Manfred Taube. Indica et Tibetica, Band 34. Swisttal Odendorf: Indica et Tibetica Verlag. 123-125

Haller, Felix. 1999. “A brief comparison of register tone in Central Tibetan and Kham Tibetan.” Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 22.2:77-97

Haller, Felix. 2000. “The verbal categories of Shigatse Tibetan and Themchen Tibetan.” In: Balthasar Bickel (ed.). Person and evidence in Himalayan languages. Special Issue of Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area. Volume I: 23.2:175-191

Haller Felix. 2000. Dialekt und Erzählungen von Shigatse. Bonn: Vereinigung für Geschichtswissenschaft Hochasiens Wissenschaftsverlag (Beiträge zur tibetischen Erzählforschung, 13)

Haller, Felix. 2004. Dialekt und Erzählungen von Themchen. Bonn: VGH Wissenschaftsverlag. (Beiträge zur tibetischen Erzählforschung, 14.)

Haller, Felix. 2006. "Verbal valence in Shigatse Tibetan and Themchen Tibetan." Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 29/2:63-77

Hamm, F.R. 1959. “Tibetische dbus and yul dbus.” Indo-Iranian Journal 4: 150-3

Hannah, Herbert Bruce. 1973. Grammar of the Tibetan Language, Literary and Colloquial. Delhi: Cosmo Publications

Hari, Maria. 1979. An investigation of the Tones of Lhasa Tibetan. Huntington Beach: Summer Institute of Linguistics (Language data, Asian Pacific Series, No. 13)

Häsler, Katrin. 1999. A Grammar of the Tibetan Sde.dge Dialect. University of Bern. Unpublished doctoral dissertation

Häsler, Katrin. 2001. “An empathy-based approach to the description of the verb system of the Dege dialect of Tibetan.” In: Balthasar Bickel (ed.). Person and evidence in Himalayan languages. Special Issue of Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area. Volume II: 24.1: 1-34

Hein, Veronika. 2001. “The role of the speaker in the verbal system of the Tibetan dialect of Tabo/Spiti.” In: Balthasar Bickel (ed.). Person and evidence in Himalayan languages. Special Issue of Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area. Volume II: 24.1:35-48

Herrmann, Silke. 1989. Erzählungen und Dialekt von Dingri. Sankt Augustin: Vereinigung für Geschichtswissenschaft Hochasiens Wissenschaftsverlag (Beiträge zur tibetischen Erzählforschung, 9)

Hill, Nathan W. 2004. "Compte Rendu: Paul G. Hackett. A Tibetan Verb Lexicon. Ithaca: Snow Lion, 2003", Revue d'Etudes Tibétaines 78-98.

Hill, Nathan. 2005. "The verb 'bri 'to write' in Old Tibetan", Ajia Afurika Gengo Bunka Kenkyuu / Journal of Asian and African Studies Number 68: 177-182.

Hill, Nathan. 2005. “Once more on the letter v.” Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 28.2: 111-141

Hill, Nathan. 2006. “Tibetan vwa ‘fox’ and the sound change Tibeto-Burman *wa -> Old Tibetan o.” Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 29.2:75-90

Hill, Nathan. 2007. “Aspirate and non-aspirate voiceless consonants in Old Tibetan.” Languages and Linguistics 8.2:471-493

Hill, Nathan 2007. “Personalpronomina in der Lebensbeschreibung des Mi la ras pa, Kapitel III.” Zentralasiatische Studien 36:277-287

Hoelig, Monika & Maria Hari. 1976. Kagate phonemic summary. Kathmandu: Summer Institute of Linguistics and Institute of Nepal and Asian Studies, Tribhuvan University

Hoffman, Helmut. 1955. "Über ein wenig beachtetes Hilfswort zur Bezeichnung der Zukunft im Tibetischen" Hans Krahe (ed), Corolla Linguistica: Festschrift Ferdinand Sommer. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrasowitz. 73-79

Hoffman, Helmut. 1971. "Probleme und Aufgaben der tibetischen Philologie." Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 92: 345-68

Hogan, Lee C. 1995. “Nasalisation in Lhasa Tibetan.” Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 17.2: 83–102.

Hogan, Lee C. 1996 “The moraic structure of Classical Tibetan.” Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 19.1: 115–149.

Honda, Isao. 1994. “Grammatical category ‘provisionality’ in Tibetan: two modes of state.” In: Hajime Kitamura, Tatsuo Nishida and Yasuhiko Nagano (eds.), Current issues in Sino-Tibetan linguistics. Osaka: The Organising Committee. 692–708.

Hongladarom, Krisadawan. 1994. “Historical development of the Tibetan evidential tuu.” In: Hajime Kitamura, Tatsuo Nishida and Yasuhiko Nagano (eds.), Current Issues in Sino-Tibetan Linguistics. Osaka: The Organising Committee: 673–684.

Hoshi, Izumi. 1994. “On the nonperfect continuative aspect of the Lhasa dialect of Modern Tibetan – with special emphasis on the prospective aspect.” In: Hajime Kitamura, Tatsuo Nishida and Yasuhiko Nagano (eds.), Current Issues in Sino-Tibetan Linguistics. Osaka: The Organising Committee: 685–691.

Hoshi, Izumi. 2003. Gendai chibetto go doshi jiten A Verb Dictionary of the Modern Spoken Tibetan of Lhasa: Tibetan-Japanese. Tokyo: Research Institute for the Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. (Asian and African Lexicon Series No. 62)

Hoshi, Michiyo and Tondup Tsering. 1978. Zangskar vocabulary. A dialect spoken in Kashmir. (Monumenta Serindica, 5.) Tokyo: Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (HOS).

Houston, Gary W 1979. “Cig car, cig char, ston: note on a Tibetan term.” Central Asiatic Journal, 20:41-6

Hua, Kan. 1983. “Anduo Zangyu shengmu de jizhong teshu bianhua [Several special sound changes of Amdo Tibetan initials].” Minzu Yuwen 3:43-46

Hua, Kan 2002. Zangyu Anduo Fangyan Cihui [A Vocabulary of Amdo Tibetan]. Lanzhou: Gansu Minzu Press

Hua, Kan & Duozangta. 1997. “Zangyu Songpanhua de yinxi han yuyin de lishi yanbian [Sound system of Songpan Tibetan and its historical development].” Zhongguo Zangxue 29.2:134-44

Hua, Kan & Longbojia. 1993. Anduo Zangyu Kouyu Cidian [A Dictionary of Spoken Amdo Tibetan]. Lanzhou: Gansu Minzu Press

Huang Bufan. 1981. “Gu Zangyu dongci de xingtai [The Verbal Morphology in Ancient Tibetan]” Minzu Yuwen 3: 1-13

Huang, Bufan. 1983. “An investigation of consonant initials of (dBus-gTsang) Tibetan of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.” Minzu Yuwen 1983.3:33-42

Huang Bufan. 1995. “Conditions for Tonogenesis and Tone Split in Tibetan Dialects.” Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 18/1:43-62

Huang, Bufan, Suonan Jiangcai & Zhang Minghui. 1994. “Yushu Zangyu de yuyin tedian han lishi yanbian guilü [Characteristics in Yushu Tibetan phonology and its rules of historical change].” Zhongguo Zhangxue 26.2:111-134

Huang, Bufan & Zhang Minghui. 1995. “Baimahua zhishu wenti yanjiu [On the linguistic position of Baima].” Zhongguo Zhangxue 2:79-118

Huber, Brigitte. 2000. “Preliminary report on evidential categories in Lende Tibetan (Kyirong).” In: Balthasar Bickel (ed.). Person and evidence in Himalayan languages. Special Issue of Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area. Volume I: 23.2: 155-174

Huber, Brigitte. 2003. “Tone in Kyirong Tibetan: A conservative phonological development.” Tej Ratna Kansakar & Mark Turin (eds.). Themes in Himalayan Languages and Linguistics. Heidelberg: South Asia Institute & Kathmandu: Tribhuvan University. 65-79

Huber, Brigitte. 2003. "Relative clauses in Kyirong Tibetan." Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 26/1:1-14.

Huber, Brigitte. 2005. The Tibetan Dialect of Lende (Kyirong): a grammatical description with historical annotations. Bonn: VGH Wissenschaftsverlag (Beiträge zur tibetischen Erzählforschung, 15)

Imaeda Yoshiro 1979. “Towards an interpretation of the word chis.” Michael Aris and Aung san Suu Kyi, eds. Tibetan studies in honour of Hugh Richardson: proceedings of the International Seminar on Tibetan Studies. Oxford, Westminster: Aris & Phillips, 1979; Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press. 131-32

Inaba, Shoju.1957 “Butten ni mochirareta chibettogo dōshi no yōhō no kenkyū nempō @ [Studies in the use of Tibetan verbs in Tibetan Buddhist literature].” Otani Daigaku Kenkyū 9. Kyoto: 1957. 243-248, supplement 1-42

Jäschke, Heinrich August. 1865. Tibetan Grammar. Kye-lang (litography). 2nd edition prepared by Heinrich Wenzel, 1883, London: Trübner, 104 pp. (edition by Reinhold Rost). Reprint with Supplement of Readings with Vocabulary by John L. Mish, 1954, New York: Frederick Ungar, 126 pp. (several reprints of various publishers available). 3rd edition with Addenda by August Hermann Francke, assisted by W. Simon. 1929, Berlin, Leipzig: Walter de Gruyter, 161 pp.

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