BRILL, 2007 - 274 Seiten
This is the first in-depth study of the extinct Koguryo language, which was once spoken in Manchuria and northern Korea. It covers the ethnolinguistic history of the Koguryo nation, philological treatment of the sources for the language, Koguryo phonology, and a complete glossary of all Archaic Koguryo and Old Koguryo words. Special attention has been given to the theory and practice of lexically-based historical-comparative linguistics. The genetic relationship of Koguryo to Japanese is shown to be secure, unlike the non-relationship of either language to Korean or 'Altaic', and much light is shed on the ethnolinguistic origins of Japanese. The special phonological features of the underlying transcriptional language, the archaic northeastern Middle Chinese dialect once spoken in Korea, are also analyzed.
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1 Koguryo and the Origins of Japanese
2 The Ethnolinguistic History of Koguryo
3 The Old Koguryo Toponyms
4 Archaic Northeastern Middle Chinese
5 Old Koguryo Phonology
6 Toward Common JapaneseKoguryoic
7 The ProtoJapaneseKoguryoic Homeland
8 Koguryo and the Altaic Divergence Theories
AKog Altaic Altaic languages Archaic Koguryo attested Beckwith 2002b borrowed ch'eng Chapter chiin Chinese word cognate cognate to OJpn Commandery corpus corresponds County dialect discussion divergence etymologies Eurasia evidence examples fiaip genetic relationship glossed guages hsien Indo-European Japa Japan Japanese and Korean Japanese cognate Japanese word king Kiyose Koguryo kingdom Koguryo language Koguryo name Koguryo toponyms Korean Peninsula Korean word kusr late later lemmatized Lewin lexemes lexical Liao-hsi linguistic loan loanwords MChi Middle Korean MKor Mongolic morpheme mountain nese NJpn NMan Northeastern Middle Chinese numeral occurs OChi OJpn OKog Old Chinese Old Japanese Old Koguryo word OTib Paekche phonological PJpn Proto-Japanese Puyo Puyo-Koguryoic reading reconstruction relationship theories root Samguk Sagi scholars semantic Silla Silla Korean Silla name sources suffix syllable T’ang Tibetan Tibeto-Burman Tibeto-Burman languages toponyms transcribed Tungusic Tungusic languages Turkic vocabulary vowel walled city Yayoi