Kuu-Kizhi

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Notes

  • Baskakov (1958) describes the Kuu Kizhi as living "along the Lebed' and its tributary the Baygol (in the villages of Kurmač-Baygol, Suranaš, Malyy Čibečen' and Itkuč)." He distinguishes two sub-groups, the šalkanïg and the šagšïlïk, whom he reports are quite similar.
  • For further information about the relation between Kuu Kizhi and other Altay varieties, see the page for the Altay language.

References

Baskakov, N. A. 1958. “La classification des dialectes de la langue Turque d’Altaï.” Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 8, no.1: 9-15.

Erdal, Marcel, et al. 2013. Handbuch des Tschalkantürkischen: Teil 1: Texte und Glossar. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.

Баскаков, Н. А. 1985 Диалект лебединских татар-чалканцев (Куу-Кижи). Москва: Изд-во «Наука».

Дьайым, Н., ed. 2004. Алтай тилдиҥ тÿндÿк диалекттериншг темалар аайынча сöзлиги. Тематический словарь северных диалектов алтайского языка. Горно-Алтайск: Институт алтаистики им. С.С. Суразакова.

Пустогачева, Оксана Николаевна. 2008. Челканско-Русский тематический словарь. Санкт-Петербург: Филиал издательства «Просвещение».

Kuu-Kizhi
Location of Kuu Kizhi among other Altay varieties. Kuu Kizhi is (7).
Location of Kuu Kizhi among other Altay varieties. Kuu Kizhi is (7).
Native name:Kuu, Quu, Tuva, Čalkandu, Šalkandu
Alternate names:Chalkan Tatar, Lebed Tatar
Family:Northern Altay
Spoken in:Russia, Altay Republic, along the Lebed' River
Number of speakers:2000