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Ossetic
Autoglottonym: иронау
Pronunciation: [{{{Pronunciation}}}]
Ethnologue name: Osetin
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WALS name: Ossetic
Location point: 43°N 44°E map
Genealogy
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Genus: {{{Genus}}}
Speakers
Country: Georgia, Russia (Region : North Ossetia)
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Codes
ISO 639-1: os
ISO 639-2: oss
ISO 639-3: oss
WALS: oss
MPIExt1: OSS

Contents

Name

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Alternative names

Ossetian

Location

Ossetic is spoken in Georgia, Russia (North Ossetia).

Speakers

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Validity for classification

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References

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Works on the language

  • Abaev, Vasilij I. 1964. A Grammatical Sketch of Ossetic. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Center in Antropology, Folklore and Linguistics.
  • Bagaev, N.K. 1965. Sovremennyj osetinskij jazyk. Volume 1: Fonetika i morfologija. Ordzhonikidze: [n.p.].
  • Isaev, M.I. 1966. Osetinskij jazyk. In V.V. Vinogradov, ed., Jazyki narodov SSSR, vol. 1: Indoevropejskie jazyki, pp. 237-56. Moskva: Nauka.
  • Isaev, M.I. 1987. Osetinskij, osnovy iranskogo jazykoznanija, novoiranskije jazyki. Moscow: Vostochnaja Gruppa, Nauka.
  • Malherbe, Michael and S. Rosenberg. 1996. Les langages de l'humanité: une encyclopédie des 3000 langues parlées dans le monde. Paris: Laffont.
  • Testen, David. 1997. Ossetic Phonology. In Alan S. Kaye, ed., Phonologies of Asia and Africa, part 2, pp. 707-731. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns.

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