The Circum-Baltic Languages: Typology and Contact, Nide 1
The area around the Baltic Sea has for millennia been a meeting-place for people of different origins. Among the circum-Baltic languages, we find three major branches of Indo-European Baltic, Germanic, and Slavic, the Baltic-Finnic languages from the Uralic phylum and several others. The circum-Baltic area is an ideal place to study areal and contact phenomena in languages. The present set of two volumes look at the circum-Baltic languages from a typological, areal and historical perspective, trying to relate the intricate patterns of similarities and dissimilarities to the societal background. In Volume I, surveys of dialect areas and language groups bear witness to the immense linguistic diversity in the area with special attention to less well-known languages and language varieties and their contacts.
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The Lithuanian language and its dialects
Urban Russian of
Swedish dialects around the Baltic Sea
The Finnic languages
The origin of the Scandinavian languages
Baltic influence on Finnic languages
Syntactic codecopying in Karaim
Yiddish in the Baltic region
Interference and Code Switching
Muita painoksia - Näytä kaikki
19th century accent adjective affricates Aukstaitian Baltic languages Baltic Russian Belarusian borrowed central dialects changes Circum-Baltic code mixing code switching cokan'e consonants constructions Core Eastern Courland CourlYid Curonian Dalecarlia dative diphthongs example Finland Finnic languages Finnish Finno-Ugric forms front vowels gender genitive German Gotland grammatical High Latvian influence Ingrian Karaim Karelian language contact Latgalia Latvian dialects Lemkhen lexical linguistic Lith Lithuanian loans Livonian loanwords long vowels Mark meaning morphology Nemcenko nom.sg northern nouns NRRD Nyland Old Believer dialects Old Believers original Osterbotten palatalization participle phonetic phonological plural Polish population postpositional prefixes preposition pronoun Proto-Finnic Pskov Pskov dialect region Riga Romani Russian language russkix Sami Scandinavia Semenova Slavic southern speakers speech spoken standard language stem Stockholm stress substratum suffix Svenska Sweden Swedish dialects syllable syntactic Tamian tense tone unstressed Uppland Uralic Uralic languages Veps verb Vilnius Votian Weinreich western words Yiddish Zemaitian