Typology of phonetic systems of Mordovian languages (Moksha and Erzia) and Tatar-Mishars language
Автор: Polyakov Osip E., Letkina Natalia V.
Журнал: Финно-угорский мир @csfu-mrsu
Рубрика: Филологические науки
Статья в выпуске: 2 т.12, 2020 года.
Introduction. It is known that relations between the Mordovians and Turkic-speaking tribes began in the 4th century AD. The Mordovian people contacted with the Tatars, who were known as Mishars. The article considers the phonetic systems of Mordovian and Tatar-Mishars language in a comparative aspect. Materials and Methods. Descriptive, typological and comparative methods allow us to analyze the topology of the two phonetic systems. The research material is the system of vowels and consonants of Mordovian and Tatar-Mishars languages. Results and Discussion. The results present the use of vowels and consonants in the Moksha, Erzia, and Tatar-Mishar languages. Their functions are analyzed in both languages. Conclusion. The research materials show that in the use of vowels and consonants can differ not only between Mordovian languages and the language of the Tatars-Mishars, but also between Moksha and Erzia.
Mordovian languages, moksha language, erzia language, tatar language, mishar dialect, mishari tatars, vowels, consonants
Короткий адрес: https://readera.org/147217953
IDR: 147217953 | DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.02.130-135