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Lingua Yue

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Greges dialectarum Pinghua et Yue in Guangxi et Quantunia ut in Language Atlas of China (Wurm, Li, Baumann, et Lee 1987) describuntur.
Distributio geographica linguae Yue et aliorum subgregum Siniticae in Asia Orientali.

Lingua Yue (Sinica simplificata 粤语 ; Sinica traditionalis 粵語 ; pinyin yuè yǔ ; IPA [ˈjuːeɪ] vel [juːˈeɪ]) est unus ex primariis linguae Sinicae ramis in usu in Serica meridiana, praecipue in provinciis Quantunia et Guangxi.

Nomen "Cantonensis" saepe ad omnem ramum adhibetur, sed linguistae illum nomen varietati Quantunianae et Hongcongo, dialectis auctoritatis, reservare malunt. Dialecti Quantunicae et Taishanesica in usu sunt inter permultos homines transmarinos in Asia Meridiorientali, Canada, Australia, et Civitatibus Foederatis, praecipue propter undas migrationum massivarum ex Hong Kong.

Incolae Hongcongi et Macai, atque migrantes Quantunienses in aliis civitatibus degentes, eorum linguam plerumque Gwóngdùng wá [kʷɔ̌ːŋ tʊ́ŋ wǎː] (廣東話) 'sermo Quantunianus' appellant.[1] Incolae autem Quantunienses et Guangxienses illo vocabulo non utuntur, sed malunt Yuht Yúh [jỳt jy̬ː] (粵語) 'lingua Yue') vel baahk wá [pàːk wǎː] (白話) ad dialectum Quantuniae nominandam. Quod etiam Guangxi dialectos Yue attingit, ut in locutione "南宁白话", quae significat "baak waa Nanning."[2]

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  1. 廣東話: Yaleensis Gwóngdùng wá, Jyutping Gwong2 dung1 waa2, Mandarin pinyin Guǎngdōng huà.
  2. Kurpaska 2010:76, 176.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • Bolton, Kingsley (2011), "Language policy and planning in Hong Kong: Colonial and post-colonial perspectives", Applied Linguistics Review 2: 51–74, ISBN 9783110239331 
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  • Norman, Jerry (1988), Chinese, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 9780521296533 
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  • Szeto, Cecilia (2001), "Testing intelligibility among Sinitic dialects", Proceedings of ALS2k, the 2000 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society 
  • Wurm, Stephen Adolphe; Li, Rong; Baumann, Theo; Lee, Mei W. (1987), Language Atlas of China, Longman, ISBN 9789623590853 
  • Yan, Margaret Mian (2006), Introduction to Chinese Dialectology, LINCOM Europa, ISBN 9783895866296 
  • Yue-Hashimoto, Anne Oi-Kan (1972), Studies in Yue Dialects 1: Phonology of Cantonese, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 9780521084420 
  • Yue, Anne O. (2015), "The Yue language", The Oxford Handbook of Chinese Linguistics, Oxford University Press, pp. 173–188, ISBN 9780199856336 
  • Zhang, Bennan; Yang, Robin R. (2004), "Putonghua education and language policy in postcolonial Hong Kong", in Zhou, Minglang, Language policy in the People's Republic of China: theory and practice since 1949, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 143–161, ISBN 9781402080388 

Bibliographia addita[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Yue-Hashimoto, Anne. 1991. The Yue dialect. In Languages and Dialects of China, ed. William S.-Y. Wang, 292–322. Monograph Series 3, Journal of Chinese Linguistics. Chinese University Press. JSTOR 23827041. OCLC 600555701.

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