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Mon
ဘာသာ မန် / pʰesa mɑn'
Faláu en Bandera de Myanmar Birmania
Bandera de Tailandia Tailandia
Zona Delta del Irrawady
Falantes Birmania: 742 900, Total: 850 530 (2005)[1]
Familia Austroasiática

  Mon-jemer
    Mónico
      Mon

Alfabetu Birmanu (deriváu del alfabetu mon antiguu)
Estatus oficial
Oficial en Nengún país
Reguláu por Nun ta reguláu
Códigos
ISO 639-1 nengún
ISO 639-2
ISO 639-3 mnw
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Estensión del mon

L'idioma mon ye un idioma austroasiático faláu pol pueblu mon, qu'habiten en Birmania y Tailandia. El mon a diferencia de la mayoría de los idiomes nel sudeste asiáticu, nun ye de tipu tonal. Anguaño'l mon ye faláu por menos d'un millón de persones.[2] En dómines recién l'usu del mon foi en rápidu cayente, especialmente ente les nueves xeneraciones.[2] Munchos mon étnicos solo falen birmanu. En Birmania, la mayoría de los que falen mon viven nos estaos de Mon y Kayin y na División de Tanintharyi.[3]

La escritura mon derivar del alfabetu brahmi indiu y ye la fonte del alfabetu birmanu.

NotesEditar

  1. Gordon, Raymond G., Jr. (2005). "Mon: A language of Myanmar". Ethnologue: Languages of the World, Fifteenth edition. SIL International. Consultáu'l 9 de xunetu de 2006.
  2. 2,0 2,1 «Mon: A language of Myanmar». Ethnologue: Languages of the World, Fifteenth edition. SIL International. Consultáu'l 9 de xunetu de 2006.
  3. Dr. SM. «The Mon Language (An endangered species)». Monland Restoration Council. Archiváu dende l'orixinal, el 22 de xunu de 2006. Consultáu'l 12 de xunetu de 2006.

BibliografíaEditar

  • Bauer, Christian. 1982. Morphology and syntax of spoken Mon. Ph.D. thesis, University of London (SOAS).
  • Bauer, Christian. 1984. A guide to Mon studies. Working Papers, Monash O.
  • Bauer, Christian. 1986. The verb in spoken Mon. Mon-Khmer Studies 15.
  • Bauer, Christian. 1986. Questions in Mon: Addenda and Corrigenda. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area v. 9, non. 1, pp. 22-26.
  • Diffloth, Gerard. 1984. The Dvarati Old Mon language and Nyah Kur. Monic Language Studies I, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok. ISBN 974-563-783-1
  • Diffloth, Gerard. 1985. The registers of Mon vs. the spectrographist's tones. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics 60:55-58.
  • Ferlus, Michel. 1984. Essai de phonetique historique du m&ocircn. Mon-Khmer Studies, 9:1-90.
  • Guillon, Emmanuel. 1976. Some aspects of Mon syntax. in Jenner, Thompson, and Starosta, eds. Austroasiatic Studies. Oceanic linguistics special publication non. 13.
  • Halliday, Robert. 1922. A Mon-English dictionary. Bangkok: Siam society.
  • Haswell, James M. 1901. Grammatical notes and vocabulary of the Peguan language. Rangoon: American Baptist Mission Press.
  • Huffman, Franklin. 1987-1988. Burmese Mon, Thai Mon, and Nyah Kur: a synchronic comparison. Mon-Khmer Studies 16-17.
  • Jenny, Mathias. 2005. The Verb System of Mon. Arbeiten des Seminars für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft der Universität Zürich, Nr 19. Zürich: Universität Zürich. ISBN 3-9522954-1-8
  • Lee, Thomas. 1983. An acoustical study of the register distinction in Mon. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics 57:79-96.
  • Pan Hla, Nai. 1986. Remnant of a lost nation and their cognate words to Old Mon Epigraph. Journal of the Siam Society 7:122-155
  • Pan Hla, Nai. 1989. An introduction to Mon language Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University.
  • Pan Hla, Nai. 1992. The Significant Role of the Mon Language and Culture in Southeast Asia. Tokyo, Japan: Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa.
  • Shorto, H.L. 1962. A dictionary of modern spoken Mon. Oxford University Press.
  • Shorto, H.L.; Judith M. Jacob; and Y.H.S. Simonds. 1963. Bibliographies of Mon-Khmer and Tai linguistics. Oxford University Press.
  • Shorto, H.L. 1966. Mon vowel systems: a problem in phonological statement. in Bazell, Catford, Halliday, and Robins, eds. In memory of J.R. Firth, pp. 398-409.
  • Shorto, H.L. 1971. A dictionary of the Mon inscriptions from the sixth to the sixteenth centuries. Oxford University Press.
  • Thongkum, Therapan L. 1987. Another look at the register distinction in Mon. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics. 67:132-165

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