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  • Borgoyakova T.G.

    This book is the first dictionary of phraseological units of Khakassian language. It contains about one thousand idioms learned author of Khakassian works of fiction and folklore, as well as periodicals.

  • Patachakova D.F., Mezhekova N.N., Katanov N.F., Borgoyakov M.I., Butanayev V.Y., Spasskij, G.I.

    The collection contains essays on haas (kachinskij), sagay, shor, kyzyl dialects of Khakas language, rare materials on Khakas dialects collected in XVIII-XIX centuries. The essays describe the phonetic system, grammatical and lexical features of dialects.

  • Arıkoğlu E.

    This dictionary contains about 10,500 Khakass words with their Turkish equivalents and short guide to the phonetics of the Khakas language (in Turkish). A feature of the dictionary is the large number of words taken from literary works written in Khakas language.

  • Baskakov N.A. (ed.)

    The book is a complete scientific description of modern Khakas language, a recently formed as a literary one. It includes descriptions of the basic levels of language - phonetics, morphology, syntax, combines a wealth of factual material to the availability of presentation.

  • Davletov T.B. (сompiler)

    The heroic Khakas epic poem "Khan Mirgen" which consists of 5,114 lines is at least 1,500 years old and is a part of the Khakas oral tradition. This masterpiece of traditional verse was recorded in written form by Galina G. Kuzhakova, chairperson of the Khakas Writers Union, from the famous ...

  • Katanov N.F.

    The book includes the most significant texts relating to oral Khakas folklore, except for the heroic tales. The book gives a vivid idea of ​​the typical specimens of Khakas proverbs, songs and tales. The first part of the book are the texts in Khakas language, the second part - the ...

  • Prepared by V.Ye.Maynogasheva

    (Памятники фольклора народов Сибири и Дальнего Востока; Т. 16) (прилагается пластинка с записью эпоса) "Ай-Хуучин" - первая научная публикация одного из самых крупных и ярких героических сказаний хакасов о деве-богатырке, бросившей вызов небожителям. Издание подготовлено в академическом стиле и содержит обширный научный аппарат с включением анализа всех имеющихся вариантов сказания ...

  • Baskakov N.A., Inkizhekova-Grekul A.I.

    The book describes the phonetic structure of Khakas language, some data on its vocabulary are given, its morphology and syntax are discussed in detail.

  • Borgoyakova T.G., Taburchinova V.N., Tokhtobina E.L., Chugunekova A.N.

    This book fills an existing shortage in the teaching materials devoted to the study of language Khakassian language by beginners. The toolkit is composed of 12 lessons, each of which contains data on phonetics, grammar and lexicon. At the end of the book right answers for self-control are given.

  • Butanayev V.Y.

    The Khakas cuisine belongs to the Central Asian model. It is based on meat and dairy dishes, complemented by products of agriculture, hunting and fishing. A variety of Khakas dishes indicate the presence of a unique national culture, which has an ancient tradition. In addition to describing procedures for preparation ...

  • Archimajeva M.S.

    This is a trial textbook for pupils of third form of elementary school not speaking the Khakas language.

  • Baskakov N.A., Inkizhekova-Grekul A.I.

    This dictionary includes 14,000 words of Khakas language. The compilers tried to take into account all available sources to supplement the dictionary and to present in the dictionary the modern lexicon of Khakas language. At the end of the dictionary some information on the folk calendar and a list of ...

  • Anzhiganova O.P., Baskakov N.A., Borgoyakov M.I., Inkizhekova-Grekul A.I., Patachakova D.F., Subrakova O.V., Beloglazov P.E., Kaskarakova Z.E., Kyzlasov A.S., Sunchugashev R.D., Chertykova M.D.

    The dictionary contains about 22 thousand words of modern Khakas literary language, including obsolete and dialectal ones. It contains as well a large number of syntagms, phraseological units, proverbs and riddles. Commonly used special terminology is presented here too. The annex gives a pointer to affixes, place names, tribal divisions ...

  • Krivinogov V.P.

    The work of the well-know ethnologist from Krasnoyarsk describes ethnic processes among Khakases that occurred in the second half of the XX century, especially in the 1980s and 1990s. Large statistical material and the results of ethnological expeditions are widely used and cited.

  • Chankov D.I. (editor); Domozhakov N.G., Karpov V.G., Kopkoyeva N.I., Bytotova A.P., Patachakova D.F., Chebodayev I.P., Chebodayev M.N.

    This dictionary contains 31,000 words. Its main feature is an adequate mapping of Russian verbs, adjectives and function words by means of Khakas language.

  • Nominhanov T.D.

    This dictionary consists of three parts: I part - for pupils of the first and second forms, II part - for the third class, III part - for fourth-form pupils . Words from the first part of the dictionary are not , included into the second part, and the words ...

  • Anzhiganova O.P., Subrakova O.V., Topojeva L.S.

    Russian-Khakas phrasebook is compiled in the form of questions and answers for 38 subjects for those people who do not speak the Khakas language. The phrasebook offers brief information on the phonetics and grammar of the Khakas language. The attached Russian-Khakas dictionary contains 1983 most common words.

  • Borgoyakov M.I.

    The first direct written sources for the study of phonetic and partly morphological features of Khakas dialects are materials collected in expeditions of XVIII-XIX centuries. These manuscripts were identified in archives and libraries of the former Soviet Union. In this book, these materials are collected together, their general characteristics is ...

  • Butanayev V.Y.

    A traditional form of social and ethnic origin called "seok" was common among the Khakases as early as in XIX century. Khakases led their genealogy through the male line. The population of Khakassia was divided more than 150 seoks. Surnames were introduced among the Khakases in the second half of ...