Publication: Journal paper: Zhou 2010,
周及徐 2010: “汉藏缅语与印欧语的对应关系词及其意义” – «语言研究» 2010.4:
23–27. //EN: Zhou, Ji-xu
2002: “The Correspondent Words between Chinese, Tibetan,
Burman and Indo-European Languages and their Position in
Chinese Language History” –
Studies in Language and
[ISSN 1000-1263] [CN 42-1025/H] (CSSA)
Main text written in Chinese.
Half DOM method, half Comparative method. Etymological
units in numbers. Chinese characters are given.
Selected phonetic data within DOM: Old Chinese in Zhengzhang's
DOM target language: English. Occasionally
referred target languages: selection from references. English in orthography. Other languages as
citations. Primary etymological reference for target
language: Origins: a Short
Etymological Dictionary of Modern English.
Results of common etymological units: | Chinese ∩
(Tibetan and/or Burmese) ∩ (some representatives of
Indo-European languages) | = 11.
Positions on definitions: “The
eleven groups of correspondent words among OC [Old
Chinese], TB [Tibetan] and BM [Burmese] are listed there
to show the relationship with the PIE
[Proto-Indo-European] words. these correspondent words
not only are the evidences of the closed relationship
between them in history, but also show the time was
about 4300 years ago.”
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