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Rocznik Orientalistyczny, T. 64, Z. 2 (2011) |
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Фоно-метрические расстояния между азербайджанским и другими тюркскими языками с точки зрения типологии его звуковых цепочек

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Typological characteristics of the sound chains in the Azerbaijan language indicate to the phono-metrical distances between it and the other Turkic languages. On the basis of the occurrence of the fundamental phonetic features it was possible to compute these distances. Thus, the phono-metrical typological distances between the Azerbaijan and the other 28 Turkic languages are: 1) Gagauz (7,14); 2) Turkmen (7,20); 3) Crimea Tatar (8,79); 4) Karachay-Balkar (10,87); 5) Uzbek (11,44); 6) Turkish (14,93); 7) Kazakh (15,68); 8) Kazan Tatar (16,25); 9) Old Turkic (16,79); 10) Kirgiz (17,47); 11) Tofalar (22,03); 12) Bashkir (22,38); 13) Tatar-Chulym (23,22); 14) Karakalpak (24,39); 15) Tuvin (25,11); 16) Salar (25,86); 17) Uyghur (27,67); 18) Sary-Uyghur (29,42); 19) Altay-Chelkan (29,88); 20) Khakas (31,02); 21) Yakut (31,22); 22) Altay-Teleut (32,56); 23) Altay-Kumandin (34,04); 24) Tatar-Baraba (34,96); 25) Altay-Shor (37,65); 26) Yakut- Dolgan (42, 37); 27) Altay-Kizhi (45,38); 28) Chuvash (69,02).
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http://hdl.handle.net/11089/4032
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bwmeta1.element.hdl_11089_4032
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