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Comparative aspects in 18th century Saami studies in Scandinavia / Ulla-Maija Kulonen.

Title: Comparative aspects in 18th century Saami studies in Scandinavia / Ulla-Maija Kulonen.
Author(s): Kulonen, Ulla-Maija.
Date: 1999.
In: Études Finno-Ougriennes. (1999.), Vol. 31 (1999)
Abstract: Kinship of Saami and Finnish was known in 17th Cent. In 18th scholar missionaries had to create texts; Lindahl and Öhrling wrote Swedish-(Ume-) Lappish dictionary with preface and grammar section and noted need to extend existing words or borrow. When Saami grammars began to be written, Finnish was used as pattern, presumably because it was recognised as being very similar in structure, unlike Swedish. Norway published much Saami through Seminarium Lapponicum led by Knud Leem in 1751. Article quotes some correct kinships - suodnak-suonikko, tjalbme-silmä - and borrowing Ibmel- Jumala and gives some statistics for each type.
Notes:

Études Finno-Ougriennes. Vol. 31 :49-58 (1999).

Keywords: 8 -- Languages and literature.
801.321.1 -- Dictionaries and phrase books.
809.454.1 -- Finnic languages.
809.455 -- Saami language.
S -- Literature and Language.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 153192

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