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Materials for the study of Tungusic languages and folklore [electronic resource] / reconstructed, translated, and edited by Alfred F. Majewicz ; with the assistance of Larisa V. Ozoli�na ... [et al.].

By: Pi�sudski, Bronis�aw.
Contributor(s): Majewicz, Alfred F | Ozolin�i�a, L. V. (Larisa Viktorovna).
Material type: TextTextSeries: Pi�sudski, Bronis�aw. Works: v. 4.Trends in linguisticsDocumentation: 15-4.Publisher: Berlin : De Gruyter Mouton, 2011Description: 1 online resource (xv, 1418 p.) : ill., port.ISBN: 9783110221053 (electronic bk.); 3110221055 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Ethnology -- Russia (Federation) | Ainu -- Russia (Federation) | Sakhalin (Sakhalinska�i�a oblast�, Russia) -- Social life and customs | Tungus-Manchu languages | Languages | Literature | Social Science | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Folklore & MythologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Materials for the Study of Tungusic Languages and FolkloreDDC classification: 306.09577 | 398.2 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; References and bibliography of works consulted; Bibliography of biographical material concerning and related to B. Pilsudski (addenda); Appendix 1 TV documentaries on Bronislaw Pilsudski (addenda); Appendix 2 Tables of contents of collective works devoted to Bronislaw Pilsudski (addenda); Bibliography of works by Bronislaw Pilsudski (addenda); Selected bibliography of works on peoples investigated by Bronislaw Pilsudski and on related problems (addenda); a. General; b. Ainu; c. Nivhgu; d. Uilta (Orok); e. Ulcha (Olcha); f. Nanai.
Abbreviations and SymbolsPlates CCCV-CCCVII; I. Materials for the study of the Uilta / Orok language and folklore; Foreword by Wladyslaw Kotwicz; Introduction to the Uilta (Orok) materials; Plates CCCVIII-CCCX; A Uilta (~Orok)-Polish-English dictionary; Introduction; The dictionary; Plates CCCXI-CCCXII; Uilta (Orok) proper names (personal names, names of rivers, mountains, settlements); Plates CCCXIII-CCCXVII; Uilta (Orok) texts; Introduction; The texts; Plates CCCXVIII-CCCXXIII; Grammatical remarks on the Uilta (Orok) language; Introduction.
Grammatical remarks on the language of the Oroks (1)Grammatical remarks on the language of the Oroks (2); Plates CCCXXIV-CCCXLIII; II. Materials for the study of the Ulchan / Olcha / Mangun / Nani language and folklore; Introduction to the Ulchan (Mangun) materials; Plates CCCXLIV-CCCXLVIII; Introduction by Bronislaw Pilsudski; A few remarks on the notation of the Ulchan language; An Ulchan-Polish-English vocabulary; Ulchan proper names; Plates CCCXLIX-CCCL; Ulchan texts; Plates CCCLI-CCCLXXX; III. Materials for the study of the Nanaian / Gold language and folklore.
Introduction to the Nanaian (Gold) materialsNanaian vocabulary; [Introduction]; The vocabulary; Nanaian proper names; 1. Names of settlements; 2. Names of rivers and lakes; 3. Masculine personal names and clan names; Nanaian riddles; A Nanaian prayer/molitva; Appendix 1. The phonemic system of the Nanaian language; Appendix 2. Index of words; Nanaian; Ulchan; Uilta (Orok); Oroch; Udeghe; Manchu; Neghidal; Solon; Arman; Ewen; Ewenk; Mongolic; Yakut; Chinese; Russian; Appendix 3. Index to Bronislaw Pilsudski's ethnographic collections.
A. Collection for the Museum of the Association for the Study of the Amur Region in VladivostokB. Collection sent to Warsaw; Bibliography and references to Nanaian materials; Color photos 83-192; Appendices; Appendix 1. Bronislaw Pilsudski's 1902 letter concerning the ethnographical study????????????; Appendix 2. Review of J. Talko-Hryncewicz's 1910 "Materials for the study of the ethnology and anthropology of peoples of Central Asia: Mongols, Buryats and Tunguses"; List of illustrations; Indices; Personal names; Place names; Subjects; Lexical indices; English; Polish; Russian.
Summary: Volume 4 includes unique records of Orok (Uilta), a Tungusic language (dictionaries, texts, grammatical comments) noted down by Pilsudski directly from native informants at the beginning of the 20th century on Sakhalin. The original source material is identified with the help of - and confronted against - all the existing contemporary dictionaries with the assistance of leading specialists in the field (the Novosibirsk Avrorin group, also called the school of Manchu-Tungusologists). Abundant comparative data are quoted. All necessary introductory information and commentaries of ethnographic, h.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; References and bibliography of works consulted; Bibliography of biographical material concerning and related to B. Pilsudski (addenda); Appendix 1 TV documentaries on Bronislaw Pilsudski (addenda); Appendix 2 Tables of contents of collective works devoted to Bronislaw Pilsudski (addenda); Bibliography of works by Bronislaw Pilsudski (addenda); Selected bibliography of works on peoples investigated by Bronislaw Pilsudski and on related problems (addenda); a. General; b. Ainu; c. Nivhgu; d. Uilta (Orok); e. Ulcha (Olcha); f. Nanai.

Abbreviations and SymbolsPlates CCCV-CCCVII; I. Materials for the study of the Uilta / Orok language and folklore; Foreword by Wladyslaw Kotwicz; Introduction to the Uilta (Orok) materials; Plates CCCVIII-CCCX; A Uilta (~Orok)-Polish-English dictionary; Introduction; The dictionary; Plates CCCXI-CCCXII; Uilta (Orok) proper names (personal names, names of rivers, mountains, settlements); Plates CCCXIII-CCCXVII; Uilta (Orok) texts; Introduction; The texts; Plates CCCXVIII-CCCXXIII; Grammatical remarks on the Uilta (Orok) language; Introduction.

Grammatical remarks on the language of the Oroks (1)Grammatical remarks on the language of the Oroks (2); Plates CCCXXIV-CCCXLIII; II. Materials for the study of the Ulchan / Olcha / Mangun / Nani language and folklore; Introduction to the Ulchan (Mangun) materials; Plates CCCXLIV-CCCXLVIII; Introduction by Bronislaw Pilsudski; A few remarks on the notation of the Ulchan language; An Ulchan-Polish-English vocabulary; Ulchan proper names; Plates CCCXLIX-CCCL; Ulchan texts; Plates CCCLI-CCCLXXX; III. Materials for the study of the Nanaian / Gold language and folklore.

Introduction to the Nanaian (Gold) materialsNanaian vocabulary; [Introduction]; The vocabulary; Nanaian proper names; 1. Names of settlements; 2. Names of rivers and lakes; 3. Masculine personal names and clan names; Nanaian riddles; A Nanaian prayer/molitva; Appendix 1. The phonemic system of the Nanaian language; Appendix 2. Index of words; Nanaian; Ulchan; Uilta (Orok); Oroch; Udeghe; Manchu; Neghidal; Solon; Arman; Ewen; Ewenk; Mongolic; Yakut; Chinese; Russian; Appendix 3. Index to Bronislaw Pilsudski's ethnographic collections.

A. Collection for the Museum of the Association for the Study of the Amur Region in VladivostokB. Collection sent to Warsaw; Bibliography and references to Nanaian materials; Color photos 83-192; Appendices; Appendix 1. Bronislaw Pilsudski's 1902 letter concerning the ethnographical study????????????; Appendix 2. Review of J. Talko-Hryncewicz's 1910 "Materials for the study of the ethnology and anthropology of peoples of Central Asia: Mongols, Buryats and Tunguses"; List of illustrations; Indices; Personal names; Place names; Subjects; Lexical indices; English; Polish; Russian.

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Volume 4 includes unique records of Orok (Uilta), a Tungusic language (dictionaries, texts, grammatical comments) noted down by Pilsudski directly from native informants at the beginning of the 20th century on Sakhalin. The original source material is identified with the help of - and confronted against - all the existing contemporary dictionaries with the assistance of leading specialists in the field (the Novosibirsk Avrorin group, also called the school of Manchu-Tungusologists). Abundant comparative data are quoted. All necessary introductory information and commentaries of ethnographic, h.

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