UDC 811.51 BBK 81.2-03
Abstract: Background. This article is about the Leipzig–Jakarta list of the Teleut language. Authors come to a conclusion that the Teleut language is more similar to the Kipchak languages according to the Leipzig–Jakarta list.
Materials and Methods. Research materials are the most resistant words (the Leipzig–Jakarta list) of the Turkic languages. The most resistant words were written out of the dictionaries of the Turkic languages. In this study of Teleut, field materials of Denis Tokmashev are used. In this survey, the comparative method is used as the main method.
Results. Words of the Leipzig–Jakarta list of the Teleut language in comparison with the Oghuz and Kipchak languages are revealed.
Discussions. Teleut as the Altai language dialect was previously considered to belong to the Kipchak languages according to Baskakov’s conception and Siberian group of the Turkic languages that also included the Khakass, Shor, Saryg-Yughur, Yakut, Tuvinian, Altai and other languages according to Mudrak’s opinion. It should be noted that according to the Russian Federation Government Resolution the Teleut dialect was recognized as the separate Turkic language. Authors disagree with Mudrak’s statement and come to a conclusion that the Teleut language is more similar to the Kipchak languages according to the Leipzig–Jakarta list.
Keywords: language, the Leipzig-Jakarta list, Teleut, Oghuz, Kipchak.
*A research was prepared at North-Eastern Federal University within the framework of the project № 14-04-00346 on “The Leipzig-Jakarta list of the Turkic languages” theme supported by the Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation.
LANGUAGE, CREDE EXPERTO: ТРАНСПОРТ, ОБЩЕСТВО, ОБРАЗОВАНИЕ, ЯЗЫК,
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