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|Series||Annamalai University. Dept. of Linguistics. Publication no. 22|
|LC Classifications||PL4609 E53 1970|
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|Number of Pages||128|
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S Subrahmanyam. This volume is a contribution both to comparative Dravidian studies and to the theory of language change and linguistic reconstruction.
It makes available the author's most important published articles on Dravidian over the last forty years and includes a new and substantial introduction to the by: 8.
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"This volume deserves to be on the bookshelf of every Dravidianist, and will serve as a distinguished source book for material on historical and comparative Dravidian linguistics for some time to come" - Sanford B.
Steever, new Canaan, CTCited by: This volume is a contribution both to comparative Dravidian studies and to the theory of language change and linguistic reconstruction.
It makes available the author's most important published articles on Dravidian over the last forty years and includes a new and substantial introduction to the field. Kamil Zvelebil’s Comparative Dravidian Phonology, also published inis based to a great extent on Emeneau’s work just mentioned.
This book, of course, contains elaborate. Comparative Dravidian Linguistics by Bhadriraju Krishnamurti, one of the most eminent Dravidianists of our time, is a collection of twenty-one important articles, twenty of which have been published during the period – either in professional journals or as book chapters,Cited by: 8.
4 Phonology: historical and comparative ThephonemesofProto-Dravidian 90 Phonotactics 90 Proto-Dravidianmorphophonemics 93 Historicalphonology:vowels 98 Historicalphonology:consonants Conclusion 5 Word formation: roots,stems,formatives,derivational sufﬁxes and nominal compounds.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Zvelebil, Kamil. Comparative Dravidian phonology. The Hague, Mouton, (OCoLC) Online version. Chronological Bibliography of Comparative Dravidian Phonology. This book sets the world of linguistics upside down by using the same traditional methods in brave new ways.
Volume one is a romp through the History of Research and Methodology of the Comparative Phonology and Homelands of the proposed Nostratic Languages ranging from Indo-European, Afrasian through by: Dravidian comparative phonology.
Annamalainagar: Annamalai University: Can be had from, Registrar, Annamalai University, (OCoLC) Material Dravidian comparative phonology book Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: P S Subrahmanyam.
Books on Dravidian (Tamil) Linguistics (a select collection) Dravidian comparative phonology; a sketch, M. Emeneau. Annamalainagar, Annamalai University, 1st ed. toward a bibliography of books in English and in a few.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Emeneau, M.B. (Murray Barnson), Dravidian comparative phonology. Annamalainagar, Annamalai University, The Dravidian language family is the Dravidian comparative phonology book fourth largest with over million speakers across South Asia from Pakistan to Nepal, from Bangladesh to Sri Lanka as well as having communities in Malaysia, North America and the UK.
Four of the languages, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Telugu are official national languages and the Dravidian family has 5/5(1).
Agesthialingom, S. - A grammar of old Tamil with special reference to Patirruppattu -- phonology & verb morphology, Annamalainagar: Annamalai University, [i.e. ?] p; 28cm Robert A Comparative Grammar of the Dravidian or South Indian Family of Languages.
Book Description - (Reprint edn Appendix, Book List: Books and. In Robert Caldwell published his Comparative Grammar of the Dravidian or South-Indian Family of Languages, which considerably expanded the Dravidian umbrella and established Dravidian as one of the major language groups of the world.
Caldwell coined the term "Dravidian" for this family of languages, Geographic distribution: South Asia and. Krishnamurthi to account for the Old Tamil Aytam (Āytam) and other Dravidian comparative phonological phenomena (Krishnamurthi ).
The Northern Dravidian languages Kurukh, Malto and Brahui cannot easily be derived from the traditional Proto-Dravidian phonological system. McAlpin. The Dravidian Languages will be invaluable to students and researchers within linguistics and will also be of interest to readers in the fields of comparative literature, South Asian studies and Oriental studies/5(2).
Foreword It gives me great pleasure to introduce Prof. Subrahmanyam's work entitled Dravidian Comparative Grammar-I. This book is being released as one of the first publications under the aegis of Centre of Excellence for Classical Tamil under Central Institute of Indian Languages.
The first chapter of it is devoted to the question of classifying about twenty- five Dravidian. Francis Whyte Ellis: and the Beginning of Comparative Dravidian Phonology”. International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics. 1: The best book to start with is definitely Bhadriraju Krishnamurti’s magnum opus, The Dravidian Languages ().
It’s the closest equivalent of Colin Masica’s book on Indo-Aryan for the Dravidian family. But, while it goes into detail on many aspe. "The book contains solutions to long-standing problems in the phonology and morphology of comparative Dravidian and proposes many seminal and original ideas.
The book is a reference volume and may serve as a source book for comparative and typological studies of the Dravidian languages. Much of it is informed by the item-and-arrangement (I-A) method; accordingly, it contains extensive data, but the argumentation to link these data to linguistic generalizations varies in depth and detail from topic.
Books. He has authored numerous books and articles on Dravidian linguistics and literature. Some of them are: Comparative Dravidian Phonology, Published by Mouton, ASIN: BBZAIK; Dravidian Linguistics: An Introduction, PILC (Pondicherry Institute of Linguistics and Culture), ; Tamil Literature, E.J.
Brill, Leiden,ISBN Alma mater: Charles University. The most significant and monumental work of the 20th century was A Dravidian Etymological Dictionary ([DED] ; revised ) by British linguist Thomas Burrow and Canadian linguist Murray B.
Emeneau. Much that has been accomplished in comparative phonology and reconstruction is indebted to this work. If there is a second edition, the book certainly should be renamed something like Studies in comparative Dravidian linguistics.
Second, the subtitle, ‘Current perspectives’, does not reflect the contents of the book. Twenty of the 21 articles are reprints from journals or edited books. Dravidian comparative phonology by P. S Subrahmanyam (Book) 3 editions published in in English and Telugu. SUMMARY The book, in two volumes, is divided into three main parts: Part 1: Introduction, comparative phonology, homelands, etc.; Part 2: Comparative morphology; Part 3: Comparative vocabulary.
The first part (pp. ), divided into 15 sections, begins with an introduction of methodological character (1. About the Book: Of these 27 articles on Dravidian subjects, 23 deal with linguistic topics, several ranging through the Dravidian family as a whole: others concentrate on specific language, such as Toda, Kota, Kodagu, Brahui, but all attempt to fit specific language data into the comparative study of the languages of the family.
The author has realized that the comparative study of a. The Comparative Grammar forms an important part of the historical linguistics. Yet Richard Caldwell's Comparative Grammar of Dravidian or South Indian Family of Languages (London,2/, 3/) is outdated.
An up to date comparative grammar of the Dravidian languages therefore was long overdue. Dravidian studies (also Dravidology) Dravidologist renowned for his book "Dravidian India". () is the first comprehensive account of comparative Dravidian phonology.
He is also author of numerous works in Telugu and English on the subject. Contemporary programs. The Dravidian language family is the world's fourth largest with over million speakers across South Asia from Pakistan to Nepal, from Bangladesh to Sri Lanka as well as having communities in Malaysia, North America and the UK.
Four of the languages, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Telugu are official national languages and the Dravidian family has. Origins of the word Dravidian. The English word Dravidian was first employed by Robert Caldwell in his book of comparative Dravidian grammar based on the usage of the Sanskrit word drāviḍa in the work Tantravārttika by Kumārila Bhaṭṭa (Zvelebil ).
Caldwell used 'Dravidian' as a generic name for the family of languages spoken in Southern India to. In Dravidian studies, these works include, among others, R.
Caldwell's Comparative Grammar (the interest in which is still far from being merely historical), Jules Bloch's attempt of at synthesis, some papers by L.
Ramaswami Aiyar, etc. The works of M. Emeneau belong without any doubt to this category. Proto-Dravidian is nothing but archaic Tamil. The term Proto-Dravidian is a Fancy name coined by the European linguistics who were not aware of the “Ainthiram Tamil grammar” prior to Tholkaapiyam era.
The Ainthiram Tamil grammar was widely used pr. You see, the issue here is not finding good books, it’s getting your hands on them. Most of these books that I want to read are either unavailable on the internet (or perhaps I’m just shit at finding them), or is exceedingly expensive.
Case in poi. ^ Zvelebil, Kamal (), Comparative Dravidian Phonology Mouton, The Hauge. at p. 22 contains a bibliography of articles supporting and opposing the theory ^ Krishnamurti, Bhadriraju () The Dravidian Languages Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
ISBN at p. ^ "Dravidian languages." Encyclopædia Britannica. Proto-South-Central Dravidian Proto-Tamil-Kannada Proto-Telugu. How many Proto-Dravidian words have been reconstructed? Where in the expert literature have these been established?
There are Proto-Dravidian reconstructions for almost all major and important Dravidian etymological groups. More than modest sized.^ Zvelebil, Kamal (), Comparative Dravidian Phonology Mouton, The Hauge.
at p. 22 contains a bibliography of articles supporting and opposing the theory ^ Krishnamurti (), p. ^ Zvelebilp. ^ Renfrew, Colin (). "The Origins of Indo-European Languages".
Scientific American. (4): – JSTOR p. Geographic distribution: South Asia and South .