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On the complexities of the Sino-Tibetan relationship, see Beckwith, Tibetan Empire, pp. 36. 36 Sevortjan, Ètim. slov, II, pp. 155-158; Menges, TLP, pp. 168-169 gives a brief listing. 37 See L. Kwanten, Tangut and for a survey of the data on Tangut ethnogenesis, see Dunnell, 1984, pp. 78-89. INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES 30 Sardinian, Rhaeto-Romansb, Rumanian), Ancient Anatolian (now extinct : Hittite, Luwi, Palâ, Lydian, Lycian), Tokbarian (see below), Celtic (Irish, Scots Gaelic, Welsb, Breton), Germanie (Modern English, Frisian, Dutch, German, lcelandic, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian), Slavic (Modem : Eastern : Russian, Ukrainian, Belorussian, Western: Wendish/Sorbian, Czech, Slovak, Polish, Southem : Slovene, Serbo-Croatian, Macedonian, Bulgarian), Baltic (Old Prussian, now extinct, Lithuanian and Latvian), Albanian.

Yi1. i. iiS [Nogay] ü. its [Halyc dialect of Qaraim] 3. qoSa. per- [Baraba Tatar] b. berl. yol a. kel1. toquz [Ôzbek-Q1pcaq] 2. toguz [Trakay dialect of Qaraim] 3. doquz [Crimean Tatar (Southern dialect)] b. gel- [Qumuq] XI. tagh [Salar] XII. dagh 1. qal- [Ôzbek-Xwârazmian Oguz] 2. gal- [Türkmen] 3. gal- [Azeri] 4. qala. ev [Turkish] b. yev [Gagauz]26 THE MONGOUC lANGUAGES Our survey here need not be as detailed as that for Turkic. A few words regarding the history of Mongol are, however, are in arder.

The linguistic setting of Chinese and its neighbors is discussed in Norman, Chinese, pp. 6-22. On the complexities of the Sino-Tibetan relationship, see Beckwith, Tibetan Empire, pp. 36. 36 Sevortjan, Ètim. slov, II, pp. 155-158; Menges, TLP, pp. 168-169 gives a brief listing. 37 See L. Kwanten, Tangut and for a survey of the data on Tangut ethnogenesis, see Dunnell, 1984, pp. 78-89. INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES 30 Sardinian, Rhaeto-Romansb, Rumanian), Ancient Anatolian (now extinct : Hittite, Luwi, Palâ, Lydian, Lycian), Tokbarian (see below), Celtic (Irish, Scots Gaelic, Welsb, Breton), Germanie (Modern English, Frisian, Dutch, German, lcelandic, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian), Slavic (Modem : Eastern : Russian, Ukrainian, Belorussian, Western: Wendish/Sorbian, Czech, Slovak, Polish, Southem : Slovene, Serbo-Croatian, Macedonian, Bulgarian), Baltic (Old Prussian, now extinct, Lithuanian and Latvian), Albanian.

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