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The Rhaeto-Romance languages

by John Haiman

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Raeto-Romance language -- Grammar.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [244]-254) and index.

    StatementJohn Haiman and Paola Benincà.
    SeriesRomance linguistics
    ContributionsBenincà, Paola.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPC911 .H36 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 260 p. :
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1553720M
    ISBN 100415041945
    LC Control Number91033772

    Rhaeto-Romance, or Rhaetian, is a traditional subfamily of the Romance languages that is spoken in north and north-eastern Italy and in name "Rhaeto-Romance" refers to the former Roman province of linguistic basis of the subfamily is discussed in the so-called Questione Ladina.. Varieties. The area where Rhaeto-Romance languages (also called Ladin languages in a. At the end of the Roman Empire, there was an uninterrupted region of distinct Rhaeto-Romance versions that was gradually fragmented into Alpine valleys and increasingly reduced in number with the pressure of the German dialects from the north and the Gallo-languages italics from the south.

    Available again, this book discusses nine Romance languages in context of their common Latin origins and then in individual studies. The final chapter is devoted to Romance-based Creole languages; a genuine innovation in a work of this kind. Rhaeto-Romance Language Publishers No Rhaeto-romance langauge publishing companies found Page 1 of 0 of all the publishing houses listed in the directory of rhaeto-romance publishers. To view a list of rhaeto-romance langauge publishing companies by country please select a country.

    The Romance Languages by Martin Harris & Nigel Vincent by Oxford University Press; New York, Trade paperback. A Good, binding sturdy, book has been read, light wear/rub marks to text block edges, underlining and personal notes throughout, average use/handling marks, else a nice copy in wraps. 8vo[octavo or approx. 6 x 9], pp., indexed. Rhaeto-Romance-Speaking Peoples a group of peoples speaking the Rhaeto-Romance languages. The Rhaeto-Romance-speaking peoples include the Romansh-speaking people and the Ladins, who live in the canton of Graubünden in Switzerland, the Ladins of Northern Italy, and the Friulians, who inhabit the Italian province of Udine. They total ab persons.


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This book is the first general description of the Rhaeto-Romance languages to be written in English. It provides a critical examination of the phonology, morphology, lexicon, and syntax of the modern Rhaeto-Romance dialects within the broader perspective of Cited by: This book is the first general description of the Rhaeto-Romance languages to be written in English.

It provides a critical examination of the phonology, morphology, lexicon, and syntax of the modern Rhaeto-Romance dialects within the broader perspective of Romance comparative linguistics.5/5(1). This book is the first general description of the Rhaeto-Romance languages to be written in Eng.

It provides a critical examination of the phonology, morphology, lexicon, and syntax of the modern Rhaeto-Romance dialects within the broader perspective of Romance comparative linguistics.

This book is the first general description of the Rhaeto-Romance The Rhaeto-Romance languages book to be written in English. It provides a critical examination of the phonology, morphology, lexicon, and syntax of the modern Rhaeto-Romance dialects within the broader perspective of Romance Brand: Taylor And Francis.

The Rhaeto-Romance Languages Croom Helm romance linguistics series / Croom Helm romance linguistics series Points of Conflict Romance linguistics: Authors:. There has never been a community of RR speakers based on a common history or polity and the various dialects are mutually unintelligible, but a unity, based on a number of common features, has been advanced.

This book is the first general description of the Rhaeto-Romance languages to be written in English. It provides a critical examination of the phonology, morphology, lexicon, and syntax of the modern Rhaeto-Romance.

There has never been a community of RR speakers based on a common history or polity and the various dialects are mutually unintelligible, but a unity, based on a number of common features, has been advanced.

This book is the first general description of the Rhaeto-Romance languages to. The Rhaeto-Romance Languages (Romance Linguistics) eBook: Beninca, Paola, Haiman, John: : Kindle Store. This book is the first general description of the Rhaeto-Romance languages to be written in English.

It provides a critical examination of the phonology, morphology, lexicon, and syntax of the modern Rhaeto-Romance dialects within the broader perspective of Romance Cited by: Berkeley Electronic Press Selected Works. John Haiman and P.

Benincà. The Rhaeto-Romance Languages. New York(). Buy The Rhaeto-Romance Languages by Paola Beninca, John Haiman from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ The Rhaeto-Romance dialects constitute the seventh, albeit uncoalesced, Romance language.

They are spoken and published principally in the Alpine regions of Switzerland and Italy. Romansch is one of Switzerland's four official languages; Friulano is the principal non-Italian dialect of the Friuli region, northeast of Venice, and has been a.

as a term for the vernacular, has survived only for some subvarieties of Rhaeto-Romance (ladin) and for Biblical translations into Judaeo-Spanish (ladino). ‘Romance’ derives, through Spanish and French, from ROMĀNICĒ ‘in the Roman fashion’ but also ‘candidly, straightforwardly’, a sense well attested in.

It has detailed chapters about the Romance languages in general, then Latin, and all the major national and regional Romance languages, including separate chapters on Catalan, Occitan, Sardinian, and one on the Rhaeto-Romance languages, as well as the more obvious languages like Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, and s: 5.

Books; Wikipedia  Rhaeto-Romance languages. Rhaeto-Romance languages are a Romance language sub-family which includes multiple languages spoken in North-Eastern Italy and Switzerland. Some of the varieties are: * Friulian: Friuli-Venezia Giulia. found: Am. herit. dict.

of the Eng. lang., c (Romansh also Romansch: The Rhaeto-Romance dialect that is an official language of Switzerland.

Also called Ladin; Rhaeto-Romance: A group of three Romance dialects, including Romansh, spoken in southern Switzerland, northern Italy, and the Tyrol). The Rhaeto-Romance languages. They include Romansh of Switzerland, Ladin of the Dolomites area, Friulian of Friuli.

Rhaeto-Romance languages can be classified as Gallo-Romance, or as an independent branch of the Western Romance languages. The Gallo-Romance branch of the Romance languages includes in the narrowest sense French, Occitan, and Franco-Provençal.

However, other definitions are far broader, variously encompassing Catalan, the Gallo-Italic languages, and the Rhaeto-Romance languages.

Gallo-Romance Geographic distribution France, San Marino, Monaco, Channel Islands Parts of Italy, Belgium, Spain and Switzerland. Rhaeto-Romance, or Rhaetian, is a traditional subfamily of the Romance languages that is spoken in north and north-eastern Italy and in Switzerland.

The name "Rhaeto-Romance. In the s, two new grammar books, a description of the dialects and a history of the Friulian language were published.

It is taught in a few schools and has limited use in the media. However, it is still fighting for its survival against the more popular languages of the region. Romansh. Romansh is the third in the Rhaeto-Romance trio.

Format: Paperback. Language: English. ISBN: ISBN Release Date: September Publisher: Indiana University Press. Length:.

A good book actually! I managed to appreciate it even more after having read a terrible book in Italian about the same topic So the book gives a good insight about how the Vulgar Latin turns into various regional vernaculars who each on their own account turned into neo-Latin languages eventually getting down to what we know today as Italian, Spanish, French and Catalan /5(4).The Burgundian language, also known by French names Bourguignon-morvandiau, Bourguignon, and Morvandiau, is an Oïl language spoken in Burgundy and particularly in the Morvan area of the region.

The arrival of the Burgundians brought Germanic elements into the Gallo-Romance speech of the inhabitants. The occupation of the Low Countries by the Dukes of Burgundy also brought Burgundian .