The New Romanized Alphabet For Uighur and Kazakh and Some Observations on the Uighur Dialect of Kashghar

The New Romanized Alphabet For Uighur and Kazakh and Some Observations on the Uighur Dialect of Kashghar

THE NEW ROMANIZED ALPHABET FOR UIGHUR AND KAZAKH AND SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE UIGHUR DIALECT OF KASHGHAR
Author(s): GUNNAR JARRING
Source: Central Asiatic Journal , 1981, Vol. 25, No. 3/4 (1981), pp. 230-245
Published by: Harrassowitz Verlag

The new Romanized alphabet for the Uighur and Kazakh languages spoken in the People’s Republic of China in the Uighur autonomous region (Xinjiang Uygur zizhiqu or, in Uighur, Xinjiang Uygur aptonom rayoni) and in the Kazakh autonomous prefecture (Hi Kazak zizhizhou) has for some time been in practical use all over this westernmost province of China…

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