Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography

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Bíró Bernadett: The grammaticalization of Northern Mansi mā ‘earth, world, land, place’. In: Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography, (51). pp. 187-202. (2017)

Grezsa Bence: Compounding in Aral-Caspian Kipchak languages. In: Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography, (51). pp. 203-224. (2017)

Hasala Kasperi: The first workday or the Moon’s day? : Germanic and Slavic traditions in naming the days of the week in the Finnic languages. In: Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography, (51). pp. 123-130. (2017)

Khabtagaeva Bayarma: Tungusic loanwords in Yeniseian language. In: Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography, (51). pp. 75-88. (2017)

Kubitsch Rebeka: Lexical review of disease names in the Udmurt language. In: Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography, (51). pp. 89-105. (2017)

Oshima Hajime: The possessive plural marker in the Burgenland dialect of Hungarian in Austria. In: Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography, (51). pp. 131-147. (2017)

Ragagnin Elisabetta: Sayan Turkic reindeer terminology. In: Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography, (51). pp. 39-49. (2017)

Sipos Mária: Russian impact on northern Khanty conditional sentences. In: Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography, (51). pp. 149-171. (2017)

Sipőcz Katalin: A language without 'get'? In: Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography, (51). pp. 173-185. (2017)

Szeverényi Sándor: The Nganasan lexicon from a diachronic onomasiological point of view : the case of metonymy. In: Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography, (51). pp. 107-122. (2017)

Vajda Edward: Typology of the Ket finite verb. In: Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography, (51). pp. 9-37. (2017)

Zikmundova Veronika: On the Mongolian verb of motion yav- 'to go, to travel, to leave'. In: Uralic and Siberian Lexicology and Lexicography, (51). pp. 51-73. (2017)

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