Classification of Votian dialects

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Votian dialects[edit]

Classification [1][2] [3] [4] [5] [6][edit]

Following dialects of Estonia share distinctive features with Votic and might have been originally closer to Votic than to Estonian dialects. [10] [11]:

Votic substratum is found also in Finnish dialects of Western-Ingria e.g. Lutheran parts of Kattila (Russian: Котлы) and Novoselkka, Kurgolovo (Russian: Курголово) - Suakyla (Russian: Дубровка). There are some remarques about extinct Finnic dialect of Gdov (Russian: Гдов) area - Dobrychinskaya (Russian: Добручинская) municipality.

(The distribution of Votic villages in this classification needs further confirmation.)

References[edit]

  1. Ergo-Hart Västrik Veekogud ja veehaldjad vadja rahvausundis
  2. Heinike Heinsoo PAUL ARISTE JA VAIPOOLE VADJALASED
  3. Мехмет Муслимов ВОДСКИЙ ЯЗЫК
  4. Татьяна Ефимова VAĐĐAMAA - ВОДСКАЯ ЗЕМЛЯ
  5. П.И. Кеппен Список населённых пунктов с водским населением 1848 года
  6. Peter von Köppen'in Pietari läänin etnografisen kartan liitteeksi tarkoitettu vatjalaiskylien luettelo
  7. THE VOTES
  8. ВОДСКИЙ ЯЗЫК
  9. Viitsoo, Tiit-Rein 2008. Liivi keel ja läänemeresoome keelemaastikud. Tartu Ülikooli eesti ja üldkeeleteaduse istituut & Eesti Keele Instituut, "Läänemeresoome murdeliigenduse põhijooned" p. 69.
  10. M. Must 1987. Kirderannikumurre, s 339 ja 46.3.3.
  11. Viitsoo, Tiit-Rein 2008. Liivi keel ja läänemeresoome keelemaastikud. Tartu Ülikooli eesti ja üldkeeleteaduse istituut & Eesti Keele Instituut, "Läänemeresoome murdeliigenduse põhijooned" p. 64-67.
  12. Karl Pajusalu, Tiit Hennoste, Ellen Niit, Peeter Päll, Jüri Viikberg 2002. Eesti murded ja kohanimed. Tallinn, p. 56, 57.
  13. Karl Pajusalu, Tiit Hennoste, Ellen Niit, Peeter Päll, Jüri Viikberg 2002. Eesti murded ja kohanimed. Tallinn, p. 56, 57.
  14. "Idamurde tekstid" / Aili Univere ; toimetanud: M. Must, V. Pall ; Eesti Teaduste Akadeemia, Eesti Keele Instituut, Tallinn, 1996, lk 11-14

See also[edit]

Further reading[edit]

About Ingrian and Votic elements in Kukkuzi and Lower Luga dialects:

  • [1] Elena Markus (Tartu), Fedor Rozhanskiy (Moscow)"The development of a mixed language in the multilingual environment"

About Kreevin:

  • F. J. Wiedemann 1871. „Über die Nationalität und die Sprache der jetzt ausgestorbenen Kreewinen in Kurland”
  • [2] Gunita Šlara 1992. „Praeguseks välja surnud Kurlandi kreevinite päritolust ja keelest”
  • [3] Mägiste, Julius 1934. „Eesti ja kreevinite keelelisist kokkupuuteist”
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