2 edition of German loanwords in Russian, 1550-1690. found in the catalog.
German loanwords in Russian, 1550-1690.
S. C. Gardiner
1965 by Published for the Philological Society by Blackwell in Oxford .
Written in English
|Series||Publications of the Philological Society -- no.21|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||330|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gardiner, S.C. (Sunray Cythna). German loanwords in Russian, Oxford, Published for the society by B. Blackwell. The Oriental Institute H55 East 58th Street Chicago, Illinois I. GELB S. GARDINER, German Loanwords in Russian z55o-r69o.
Publications of the Philological Society XXI. Basil Black- well, Oxtord, xxii + pp. This book intends to fill an important Author: Valentin J.A.
Kiparsky. Compared with modern Ukrainian, the vocabulary of Ukrainians outside Ukraine reflects less influence of Russian, yet may contain Polish or German loanwords.
It often contains many loanwords from the local language as well (e.g. снікерси sneekersy, for "sneakers" in the United States ). German Loanwords in Russian by S.
Gardiner German Loanwords in Russian by S. Gardiner (pp. ) Review by: Herbert Galton. German Loanwords in Russian, by S. Gardiner German Loanwords in Russian, by S.
Gardiner (pp. ) Review by: Gerta H. Worth. Russian satirical publications during the years of world war and revolution portrayed both the imperial family, especially Empress Alexandra, and the Bolsheviks as German sympathizers—enemies Author: Olga Fedotova.
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German Loanwords in Russian Oxford xxii, pages. Original cloth. No jacket. Publications of the Philological Society XXI. (#) Morgan, B.Q. German Frequency Word Book. Based on Kaeding's Häufigkeitswörterbuch der deutschen Sprachen. New York xiv, 87 pages. Soft covers. Marginal pencil-notes.
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