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Title: 北ツングース諸語とコリマ・ユカギール語における文法的類似性について
Other Titles: Grammatical Similarities between North Tungusic and Kolyma Yukaghir
Authors: 白, 尚燁1 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Baek, Sangyub1
Keywords: ツングース諸語
Issue Date: 20-Mar-2020
Publisher: 日本北方言語学会
Journal Title: 北方言語研究
Journal Title(alt): Northern Language Studies
Volume: 10
Start Page: 171
End Page: 185
Abstract: ツングース諸語は、東シベリア、沿海州、サハリン島、中国東北地方、新疆・ウイグル自治区にかけて分布する11-12からの言語で構成される同系の言語を指す(図1, 2参照) 。ロシア領と中国領の広い地域にまたがって話されるツングース諸語は、チュルク諸語、ユカギール語、ロシア語、モンゴル諸語、中国語、ニヴフ語、アイヌ語等、系統の異なる多くの言語と隣接していることから、周辺言語との言語接触の可能性が提起されてきた。 しかし、ツングース諸語と周辺の大言語であるロシア語や中国語との接触に関する先行研究(津曲1996, Tsumagari 1997)と比べ、ツングース諸語と東シベリアに分布するユカギール語の言語接触については、関連研究が非常に限られている。そのため、本稿はツングース諸語とユカギール語の南方言であるコリマ・ユカギール語の文法的類似性について考察し、周辺言語同士である北ツングース諸語とコリマ・ユカギール語の間に著しい文法的共通性が見られることを明らかにする。
Tungusic is a language family widely distributed across the Russian and Chinese territories. Due to its geographical distribution, Tungusic is known to have been or be in contact with a variety of neighboring languages such as Turkic, Yukaghir, Russian, Mongolic, Chinese, Nivkh, and Ainu. However, little research has been made on a possible language contact between Tungusic and Yukaghir. The main objective of this paper, therefore, is to focus on grammaticalsimilarities between North Tungusic and Kolyma Yukaghir. This study mainly concentrates on 6grammatical issues as follows: (1) tense system in finite indicative verbs, (2) number distinction in the third personon the finite indicative verbs, (3) morphological/syntactic strategy of marking inchoative, progressive, andresultative aspects, (4)abessive expression with an analytic combination of a specific case and negative element, (5) switch-reference in conditional forms, and (6) correlative. In conclusion, this study shows that Kolyma Yukaghir shares similar grammatical characteristics to geographically closely situated North Tungusic languages in the following points: (1) Non-future vs future tense oppositionin finite indicative verbs (2) Obligatory distinction between the third person singular and plural (3) Synthetic strategy of marking inchoative, progressive, and resultative aspects (4) Abessive expression with an analytic combination of a specific case and negative element (5) Strict contrast of switch-reference in the use of conditional forms (6) WH-DEM correlative and final verb form in wh-claus
Type: bulletin (article)
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