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Samoyedic languages

Postby Massimiliano B » 2018-03-12, 23:57

Nenets-English-Russian and Nganasan-English-Russian dictionaries:

http://www.speech.nw.ru/NenNgan/


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Postby Massimiliano B » 2018-03-13, 1:02

The Grammar of Tundra Nenets is a good work!! Thanks!

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Re: Samoyedic languages

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-25, 20:14

Massimiliano B wrote:Nganasan texts, fonts, and keyboard layout:

http://www.philol.msu.ru/~languedoc/eng/ngan/index.php


Enets texts and fonts:

http://www.philol.msu.ru/~languedoc/eng/enets/index.php

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Re: Samoyedic languages

Postby Salajane » 2018-03-25, 20:18

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Re: Samoyedic languages

Postby h34 » 2018-06-03, 14:18

The ouipiir.ru website also has some information about the basics of Nenets.

For comparisons with other Uralic languages, I copied the cardinal numbers:

1 – ӊоп
2 – щитща, шича
3 – няхаӆ
4 – че’т
5 – хампӆяӊк
6 – мӑ’т
7 – щев, ше”в, ше”эв
8 – щатче’т
9 – кащем ют, кашемдю”

10 – ют, дю”

11 – ӊоп яӊкня
12 – щитща (шича) яӊкня
13 – няхаӆ яӊкня
14 – че’т яӊкня
15 – хампӆяӊк яӊкня
16 – мӑ’т яӊкня
17 – щев яӊкня
18 – щатче’т яӊкня
19 – кащем ют (кашемдю”) яӊкня

20 – щитща (шича) ют
30 – няхаӆ ют
40 – че’т ют
50 – хампӆяӊк ют
60 – мӑ’т ют
70 – щев ют
80 – щатче’т ют
90 – кащем юӆ

100 – юӆ, дёӆ

200 – читща (шича) юӆ
300 – няхаӆ юӆ

900 – кащем ют (кашемдю”) ёӊаӆ

1 000 – ёӊаӆ, дёнаӆ

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Tundra Nenets: Numbers

Sources: [1] [2]

I've just noticed that the orthography used in these two resources differs from the one on the ouipiir website. I assume resources [1] and [2] use the official Tundra Nenets orthography, so I'll add this variety:

1 ңопой
2 сидя
3 няхар'
4 тет
5 самлянг
6 мат'
7 си'ив
8 сидндет
9 хасую'

10 ю'

11 ңопой яңгня
12 сидя яңгня
13 няхар' яңгня
14 тет яңгня
15 самлянг яңгня
16 мат' яңгня
17 си'ив яңгня
18 сидндет яңгня
19 хасую' яңгня

20 сидя ю'
30 няхар' ю'
40 тет ю'
...
90 хасуюр'

21 сидя ю' ңопой
22 сидя ю' сидя
...

100 юр'
200 сидя юр'
300 няхар юр'
400 тет юр'
...

401 тет юр' ңопой

900 хасуёнар'

1000 ёнар

:arrow: for comparisons
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Re: Samoyedic languages

Postby h34 » 2018-06-12, 16:58

Thanks for any corrections

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Re: Samoyedic languages

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-08-01, 5:19

Family Words in Tundra Nenets:

небя = mother
нися = father
хада = хадакэ = grandmother
ири = ирикэ = grandfather
ню = child, son
хасава ню = son
не ню = daughter
ня = brother, sister, sibling
папа = younger brother
нинека = няка = older brother
неня = younger sister
нябако = older sister
тидя = uncle
нея̆ = aunt
мяӈг = cousin
хасава = man, husband
не = woman, wife
ӈынаб = father-in-law
ий = son-in-law
мея = daughter-in-law

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Re: Samoyedic languages

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-08-01, 5:20

Parts of the body in Tundra Nenets:

ӈэва = head
сяˮ = face
ӈэбт = hair
сэв = eye
пэя = forehead
пыя = nose
няʼ = mouth
няʼвар = пибтяʼ = lip
нямю = tongue
тибя = tooth
ха = ear
ик = neck (front)
павэ = neck (back)
хорака = throat
мӑрць = shoulder
сӑлик = elbow
ӈуда = arm, hand
ӈудаʼ тарка = finger
пикця = thumb
лэмбара = chest
ӈамя = breast
маха = back
нянко = stomach
ӈэ = leg, foot
ӈэʼ тарка = toe
пулы = knee
ӈая = skin
вэя = blood
немэй = brain
халко = muscle
сей = heart

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Re: Samoyedic languages

Postby Antea » 2018-08-04, 14:48

A video in Nenets with Russian subtitles.

https://youtu.be/oe9dk12N92w

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Re: Samoyedic languages

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Re: Samoyedic languages

Postby h34 » 2018-08-08, 11:45

Vegetation

Nenets (source)

вачутана = vegetation
петаӆа = forest
диӊ = taiga
выӊ = tundra
дямтсамы = coniferous
пя = tree
куй’ку, ла”тку, куйку = birch
ниӆю = willow
те’куша, текуша, йикуща = pine
тытыӊ, тытын = cedar
пи = aspen
каӆӆ = larch
кӓт = spruce; fir
чепчаӊк, щаӆ пя = mountain ash
вяӆшаӊ = shrub, bush
ӊоча = berry
тяхи, тяхи ӊоча, тяхий, йи ӊоча = cranberry (vaccinum vitis-idaea, ru брусника)
выйку ӊоча = crowberry
шәмши = currant
кӑӆю ӊоча = cranberry (oxycoccus, ru клюква)
ӊамтӟт, тонаӆ = grass
вепа; ӊамтӭт = flower
вану; пахаӊ = root
пя муӊ = branch, twig
вепа = leaves, foliage
диӆнаш = to rustle (leaves)
диӆна = rustling, rustle
нахаӆ = cone
шоӆа = nut
туты’ку, тыты”ку, тутыку = mushrooms
хата = moss (yellow)
юмп = moss (red)

:arrow: for comparisons
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Re: Samoyedic languages

Postby h34 » 2018-11-09, 19:19

Tundra Nenets: Bodies of water

Sources: [1] [2] [3]

и = water
похорта = well
яхако, еңа = brook, creek
яха = river
то = lake
сабол, сямб = marsh, bog
вар = shore
мара = beach
паха = bay, gulf
ям' = sea
хамба = wave
ңо = island
саля = peninsula

:arrow: for comparison
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