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- Central Asian Studies
- well as between Korean and Manchu-Tungus.1) However, about.
- Contrast In Manchu Vowel Systems B. Elan Dresher and Xi Zhang
- University of Toronto email@example.com zhang1@chass.
- Ethnicity and Culture Complex in the Northern Minorities Sachiko
- which the Manchu-Tungus group and the Mongolian group are closely interwined both anthropologically and ethnographically.
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- Saving the Beijing dialect
- Their language was created from characters based on the Mongolian language, part of the Manchu-Tungus language. The Beijing dialect differs from east to west.
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- Tungusic languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Tungusic languages (also known as Manchu-Tungus, Tungus) form a language family spoken in Eastern Siberia and Manchuria by Tungusic peoples.
- Manchu-Tungus languages -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- Manchu-Tungus languages, smallest of three subfamilies of the Altaic language family.
- Manchu-Tungus - Monumenta Altaica
- Contains texts in various ancient and modern altaic languages: Turcic, Mongolian, Manchu-Tungus, Korean, Japanese.
- Bibliography of Manchu-Tungus linguistics
- Boldyrev, B.
- Search for data in: Tungus etymology
- Proto-Tungus-Manchu. Match substring, Match beginning, Like beginning, Like substring. Altaic etymology.
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