Fu-yü Gïrgïs

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Notes

  • Hu and Imart transcribe Fu-yü Gïrgïs using characters that I have re-transcribed to match my scheme. Notably, they distinguish uvular and velar stops by employing capitalization Characters that differ are:
    • G - q
    • g - g
    • ĭ - ï
    • j - ǰ

References

Hu Zhen-hua and Guy Imart. 1987. Fu-yü Gïrgïs: a Tentative Description of the Easternmost Turkic Language. Bloomington: Indiana University Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies.

Li Yongsŏng, Mehmet Ölmez, and Kim Juwon. 2007. "Some newly identified words in 'Fuyu Kirghiz' (Part 1)." Ural-altaische Jahrbücher 21: 141-169.

Li Yongsŏng, Mehmet Ölmez, and Kim Juwon. 2010/2011. "Some newly identified words in 'Fuyu Kirghiz' (Part 2)." Ural-altaische Jahrbücher 24: 165-188.

Fu-yü Gïrgïs
Approximate location of Fu-yü Gïrgïs speakers in China.
Approximate location of Fu-yü Gïrgïs speakers in China.
Native name:Gĭrgĭs
Alternate names:Oyrot, Jilijisi
Family:Yenissei
Spoken in:China, Heilongjiang, Fu-yü County
Number of speakers:614 (as of 1990)