Karay: The Trakai dialect Timur Kocaoglu

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Preface p. v

Abbreviations p. vi

0. Introduction p. 1-8

0.1 The Karay (Karaim) Language p. 1

0.2 The Names "Karay" and "Karaim" p. 1

0.3 The Karays (Karaims) p. 2

0.4 The Karays of Lithuania p. 4

0.5 Reviving Karay p. 6

0.6 Studies on Karay p. 7

1. Phonology p. 9-15

1.1 Alphabet and Transcription p. 9

1.2 Vowels p. 12

1.3 Consonants p. 13

1.4 Vocalic Harmony p. 14

1.5 Vowel Changes p. 14

1.6 Consonant Changes p. 14

2. Morphology p. 15-38

2.1 Noun p. 16

2.2 Cases p. 16

2.3 Adjective p. 17

2.4 Numerals p. 18

2.5 Pronouns p. 19

2.5.1 Personal Pronouns p. 19

2.5.2 Demonstrative Pronouns p. 20

2.5.3 Reflexive Pronouns p. 20

2.5.4 Interrogative Pronouns p. 20

2.5.5 Indefinite Pronouns p. 21

2.5.6 Negative Pronouns p. 21

2.6 Adverbs p. 21

2.7 Verb p. 22

2.8 Participles (Verbal Nouns) p. 22

2.9 Gerunds p. 23

2.10 Tenses p. 23

2.10.1 Present Tense p. 23

2.10.2 Past Tense p. 24

2.10.3 Future Tense p. 25

2.11 Moods p. 26

2.11.1 The Optative-Imperative Mood p. 26

2.11.2 The Desiderative Mood p. 27

2.11.2.1 The Present Desiderative Mood p. 28

2.11.2.2The Past Desiderative Mood p. 28

2.11.3 The Conditional Mood p. 29

2.11.3.1The Present Conditional Mood p. 29

2.11.3.2The Past Conditional Mood p. 30

2.11.4 The Potential Mood p. 30

2.11.4. IThe Present Potential Mood p. 30

2.11.4.2The Past Potential Mood p. 31

2.11.4.3The Future Potential Mood p. 32

2.12 Aspect p. 32

2.13 Infinitive p. 33

2.14 Word Formation p. 34

2.14.1 Denominative Nouns p. 34

2.14.2 Denominative Verbs p. 34

2.14.3 Deverbal Nouns p. 35

2.14.4 Deverbal Verbs p. 36

3. Syntax p. 37

4. Phrases and Sample Texts (lines: 001-950) p. 39-156

4.0.1 A List of subject-titles for Karay Phrases for the lines 001-802, p. 41

4.1 Karay Phrases by M. Firkovicius (001-802) p. 42-120

4.2 A Dedication & Preface to a Grammar Book (803-818) p. 121

4.3 Preface to a Prayers Book (819-836) p. 123

4.4 Riddles & Proverbs from T. Kowalski (837-845) p. 127

4.5 Proverbs from A. Dubinski (846-850) p. 128

4.6 The Karay Calendar by Mykolas Firkovicius (851-863), p. 129

4.7 Religious Texts From M. Firkovicius (864-890) p. 130-142

4.7.1 A Prayer for the Ordinary Days (861-869) p. 130

4.7.2 Greetings by a Religious Leader (870-872) p. 131

4.7.3 A Hymn for Gratitute (873-876) p. 131

4.7.4 A Prayer for the Holidays (877-880) p. 133

4.7.5 A Song for a Baby Boy (881-887) p. 133

4.7.6 A Blessing Song for a Baby Girl (888-892) p. 136

4.7.7 Congratulations by a Religious Leader (line: 893) p. 138

4.7.8 Blessing of the Bridegroom (line: 894) p. 138

4.7.9 Blessing of the Bride (line: 895) p. 138

4.7.10 A Love Song at the Wedding (896-900) p. 139

4.7.11 Short Epitaphs (901-910) p. 141

4.7.12 The Procedure ofPlacmg Grave Stones (line: 911) p. 142

4.7.13 Anniversary of a Deceased (912) p. 142

4.8 Selected Poetry by Four Karay Poets (913-945) p. 142-155

4.8.1 Two Poems by Simonas Kobeckis (913-922) p. 143

4.8.2 Four Poems by Simonas Firkovicius (923-936) p. 146

4.8.3 A Poem by Selumielis Lopata (937-941) p. 152

4.8.4 A Poem by Simonas Kobeckas (942-945) p. 154

4.9 A letter from Mykolas Firkovicius (946-949) p. 15 5

4.10 Dedication phrase for the Memory of M. Firkovicius (950) p. 156

5. Indices p. 159-231

5.1 Karay-English Glossary with Karay Grammatical Index p. 160-207

5.2 English Word Index p. 208-231

6 References p. 232-242 & Photo Acknowledgements p. 242

Illustrations:

1. Karay coat of arms (front cover)

2. Senior Priest Mykolas Firkovicius, p. l

3. Grand Duke Vytautas (1350-1430) of Lithuania, p. 5

4. Mykolas Firkovicius with Karay children, p. 8

5. Two grammar books by K. Musaev (1977) & M. Firkovicius (1996), p. 33

6. Karay kenesa in Vilnius & Karay engagement ceremony, p. 38

7. Karay ladies of Lithuania, p. 39

8. A street in Trakai city, p. 42

9. A Karay family, p. 43

10. Karay warriors during the 600th anniversary, p. 48

11. Cover of the "Karaimsko-russko-pol'skii slovar", p. 49

12. Karay national dance performance, p. 52

13. The journal "Awazymyz" (Our Voice), p. 61

14. Karay "Kirkha": an obligatory element costume, p. 62

15. The journal "Karaj Awazy" (Karay Voice, 1931-39), p. 74

16. The journal "Onarmakh" (Success, 1939), p. 75

17. The Karay restaurant "Kybynlar", p. 77

18. Karay cemetery in Trakai, p. 80

19. Karay museum in Trakai, p. 81

20. Inside Karay kenesa in Vilnius, p. 81

21. Karay students in a class-room, p. 82

22. Spoken Karaim CD by Csato, Nathan & Firkaviciute, 93

23. Pretty girls (Korklii qizlar), p. 99

24. A Karay singer, p. 100

25. Lithuanian Karaims Website, p. 109

26. Two men greet each other on the street in Trakai, p. 114

27. Karay food for wedding, p. 120

28. Cover of Kowalski's Karaimische Texte im Dialekt von Troki (1929), p. 127

29. A photo of Prof. Tadeusz Kowalski, p. 128

30. A little Karay boy, p. 134

31. Two little Karay girls, p. 136

32. A Karay tombstone in Istanbul, p. 141

33. Poet Simonas Kobeckis, p. 143

34. The view of the Black Sea from the cost of Crimea, p. 147

35. Karaim children with Simon Firkovich in Trakai (1920), p. 148

36. The Trakai castle (XlXth century), p. 149

37. Crimea, Black Sea, and Turkey (map), p. 150

38. Karay historical daggers, p. 151

39. Poet Selumielis Lopata, p. 153

40. Poet Simonas Kobeckas, p. 154

41. Handwritten letter by Mykolas Firkovicius, p. 157

42. Senior priests Khadji Seraya Khan Shapshal and Simon Firkowicz, p. 158

43. A scene from a play by Karay amateur players, p. 158

44. Coin commemorating the 600lh anniversary of the Karays in Lithuania, p. 159

45. Mykolas Firkovicius, Dr. Halina Kobeckaite, and Timur Kocaoglu (inner cover)

Город
Берлин
Год издания
2006
мягкая обложка
244 стр.
Размеры
150 x 210
Иллюстрации
Чёрно-белые
ISBN
3-89586-490-0
Языки публикации
Английский
Этносы
Караимы 
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