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Lingua Balti
بلتی seu སྦལ་ཏིའི།
Taxinomia:
Locutores: 308 800[1]
Sigla: 1 —, 2 sit, 3 bft
Status publicus
Officialis
Privata Pakistania, India
Litterae: Traditio Balti
Scriptura: Arabica, Thibetana
Procuratio:
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Lingua Balti (Bal ti 'i) ad Linguas Tibeto-Birmanas familiae Sinotibetanae pertinet; quidam inter dialectos Thibetanas numerantur, sed haec lingua a locutoribus praecipue abecedario Arabico scribitur verbaque Persica et Urdu mutuata accipit. In regione Jammu et Kashmir Pakistaniae et Indiae adhibetur, in ea parte vallis Caspiraeorum quae sub montibus Karakoram et Deosai iacet inter pagum Kargil (ad orientalem partem) et montem Haramosh (ad occidentalem). Litterae in lingua Balti pauca exstant, sed carmina popularia in multis generibus componuntur.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Ethnologue (anno fere 1992)

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Ghulam Hassan Lobsang, Short Sketch of Balti Grammar: a Tibetan dialect spoken in northern Baltistan. Bern: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, 1995 (Universität Bern, Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Arbeitspapier, 34)
  • A. F. C. Read, Balti Grammar. London: Royal Asiatic Society, 1934
  • R. K. Sprigg, "Lepcha and Balti Tibetan: Tonal or Non-Tonal Languages?" in Asia Major N.S. vol. 12 (1966) pp. 185-201
  • R. K. Sprigg, Balti-English English-Balti Dictionary. Richmond: Routledge Curzon, 2002
  • R. K. Sprigg, "Balti-Tibetan Verb Syllable Finals, and a Prosodic Analysis" in Asia Major N.S. vol. 13 (1967) pp. 187-210
  • R. K. Sprigg, "Assimilation, and the Definite Nominal Particle in Balti Tibetan" in Bulletin of Tibetology vol. 9 no. 2 (1972) pp. 5-19
  • R. K. Sprigg, "'Vocalic Alternation' in the Balti, the Lhasa, and the Sherpa Verb, as a Guide to Alternations in Written Tibetan, and to Proto-Tibetan Reconstruction" in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies vol. 43 (1980) pp. 110-122
  • R. K. Sprigg, "Vowel Harmony in Noun-and-Particle Words in the Tibetan of Baltistan" in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies vol. 43 (1980) pp. 511-519