Jmenná deklinace v altajských jazycích

Title: Jmenná deklinace v altajských jazycích
Source document: Linguistica Brunensia. 2014, vol. 62, iss. 1, pp. 89-98
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    1803-7410 (print)
    2336-4440 (online)
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In the article the nominal declension in five branches of Altaic languages is summarized, reconstructed in daughter protolanguages and these case protosystems are compared to obtain the hypothetical Altaic case protosystem. For this reason the existing comparisons were verified, some of them were replaced by new cognates. A special attention was paid to the Korean case system with respect of Old Korean materials. The final result is an attempt of reconstruction of the Altaic case protosystem.
  • Věnováno památce zakladateli altaistiky, Gustavu J. Ramstedtovi (1873–1950) a jeho žáku, Vladimíru Skaličkovi (1909–1991).
  • Tato studie vznikla pod záštitou grantu GAČR č. P406/12/0655.
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