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Makedonische Sprache im Mitelalter

Erstellt von Monkeydonian, 17.11.2010, 09:19 Uhr · 611 Antworten · 39.976 Aufrufe

  1. #121

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    Zitat Zitat von Paokaras Beitrag anzeigen
    Sag ich doch methoden die zu 100% richtig sind!!!!

    Ausserdem die anderen 100 von sprachforscher und historiker haben doch kein plan

    der herr Gregor Dankovszky genisst mein 100% vertrauen!!!!!


    Hast du paar information wann diese Banbrechenden beweise,endlich an den heutigen Universitaetet gelerht werden?

    So sieht ein hilfloser grieche aus, wenn er keine Argumente mehr hat...

    Melde dich doch mal bei der Uni Leipzig und frag mal ob se solche Strohköpfe wie dir mal Nachhilfe geben

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    Zitat Zitat von Monkeydonian Beitrag anzeigen
    So sieht ein hilfloser grieche aus, wenn er keine Argumente mehr hat...

    Melde dich doch mal bei der Uni Leipzig und frag mal ob se solche Strohköpfe wie dir mal Nachhilfe geben


    Lehrt also die Uni Leibizg das die Hellenen ein slawischer stamm waren?

    Und das die Ur-Sprache der Hellenen im Slawischen weiterleben?

    Noch ein beweis bruder:

    Bozidar Mitrovic - The Most Ancient Civilization


    Dieser Mitrovic erklaert einleuchtende das fast alle von den Slawen abstammen

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    Burushaski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Burushaski or Burushko language (Urdu: بروشسکی burū́šaskī), is a language isolate (that is, not known to be related to any other language of the world). It is spoken by some 87,000 (as of 2000) Burusho people in the Hunza, Nagar, Yasin, and Ishkoman valleys and some parts of the Gilgit valley in the Northern Areas in Pakistan and by about 300 Burusho people in Srinagar, India. Other names for the language are Brugaski, Kanjut (Kunjoot), Verchikwār, Boorishki, Brushas (Brushias), and Miśa:ski.

    Today Burushaski contains numerous loanwords from Urdu (including English and Sanskrit words received via Urdu), and from neighbouring Dardic languages such as Khowar and Shina, as well as a few from Turkic languages and from the neighboring Sino-Tibetan language Balti, but the original vocabulary remains largely intact. The Dardic languages also contain large numbers of loanwords from Burushaski.

    There are three divergent dialects, named after the main valleys: Hunza, Nagar, and Yasin (also called Werchikwār). The dialect of Yasin is thought to be the least affected by contact with neighboring languages and is generally less similar to the other two than those are to each other; nevertheless all three dialects are mutually intelligible.
    ... No generally accepted connection has been demonstrated between Burushaski and any other language or language family. Several attempts have been made to establish a genealogical relationship between Burushaski and the Caucasic languages,[4] with the Yeniseian languages in a family called Karasuk,[5] as a non-Indo-Iranian Indo-European language,[6][7] or to include Burushaski in the Dené-Caucasian proposal, which includes both Caucasic and Yeniseian.[8][9] None of these efforts has been accepted by scholarly consensus. In 2008 Edward Vajda convincingly demonstrated[10] Merritt Ruhlen's hypothesis[11] that Yeniseian was most closely related to Na-Dene in a Dené-Yeniseian family, but the evidence adduced has not been extended to Burushaski.
    "Basic Burushaski Etymologies"
    Ilija Chashule
    (München Newcastle , ISBN 3 89586 0891)
    similarities between the modern Macedonian and Burushaski language:

    abstract

    BU:
    ASHMILAS, ASHMILJ = to pacify, placade, persuade, also MILI as a title for the beloved in folk song.
    PRO-SLAV:
    mil`= dear,
    LYTV: mylas and meilus = dear.
    MK:
    MIL =dear, Smiluva, Smili = to pacify.

    BU:
    ASPALAS, ASPALJ = to kindle, light
    PROSlAV:
    Paliti = to burn, to set in flames.
    MK:
    SPALE,ZAPALE = to burn, to set in flames.

    BU:
    ASH = neck, nape of neck, external trhoat.The locativ of the ASH is ASHI
    PSlav, MK:
    Shija = neck.It is also related to the word SHITI = to sew

    The Burushaski word in its special locative form both semantically and phonetically parallels Slavic.


    BU:
    BALKAS( IN LOCATIV: BILKIS) = treasure
    SOUTH SLAV: BLAGO = treasure
    MK NAME: BLAGA = treasure.

    BU:
    BERKAT = Berg, Mountain.
    MK: BREG= Berg, Mountain.
    PROSLAV:
    BERG´ = berg, Mountain

    BU:
    BIRI= boiling
    MK: VRIE = boiling...as so many times mentioned, B and V are changed many times, Servia=Serbia.

    BU:
    BÚR = a single hair.
    ANC MK :
    ABROUWES = eye brows
    PRO SLAV, Old SLAV:
    BRY, (GENETIV: BR'EVE) = eye brow.

    BU:
    D*- ASPASAS, D*-SPASASH = to protect, save, rescue.
    MK:
    SPASE = save,
    DA SPASESH = to save someone.

    BU:
    DELAS, DELIAS, DELJ = 1)to beat, strike, smite, hit, shoot,...2) to kill to slay
    SANSKRIT:
    DALATI = crack, splits
    PRO SLAV:
    DELATI = to work.
    MK:
    DELIA = Mythical Hero who kills the Turks.

    GARU( ALSO: GARÚKI) = spring

    ALSO: GARÚM = hot GARÚRUM = hot, warm, AS NOUN: GARÚRUMKUSH = heat.

    GARI = lamp, light , pupil of eye.

    ANC MK:
    GORPIAIOS = a hot Macedonian Month
    MK:
    GREE = warm, to warm
    GARE= warming meal, cook soup.

    BU:
    GIRATAS; GIRASH = to dance, play
    OLD SLAV, MK:
    IGRA = dance, play
    MK:
    IGRASH = you play, nominative form from IGRA.


    ENGLISH / BURUSHI / MACEDONIAN
    HAND / SHAKA / SHAKA
    Arm / RAKA / RAKA
    Thunder / GROM / GROM
    Raining / VRNE / VRNE
    Looking / GLEDA / GLEDA
    sit(down) / SEDI / SEDI
    Drink / PIE / PIE
    Beautiful /UBAVA / UBAVA


    ILIJA CASULE: Staff List - Department of Linguistics - Macquarie University



    СЛАВА МАКЕДОНЦИ! :icon_smile: ГРК МАЈ МОНКИ ЕС!

  5. #125
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    Zitat Zitat von Monkeydonian Beitrag anzeigen
    Burushaski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Burushaski or Burushko language (Urdu: بروشسکی burū́šaskī), is a language isolate (that is, not known to be related to any other language of the world). It is spoken by some 87,000 (as of 2000) Burusho people in the Hunza, Nagar, Yasin, and Ishkoman valleys and some parts of the Gilgit valley in the Northern Areas in Pakistan and by about 300 Burusho people in Srinagar, India. Other names for the language are Brugaski, Kanjut (Kunjoot), Verchikwār, Boorishki, Brushas (Brushias), and Miśa:ski.

    Today Burushaski contains numerous loanwords from Urdu (including English and Sanskrit words received via Urdu), and from neighbouring Dardic languages such as Khowar and Shina, as well as a few from Turkic languages and from the neighboring Sino-Tibetan language Balti, but the original vocabulary remains largely intact. The Dardic languages also contain large numbers of loanwords from Burushaski.

    There are three divergent dialects, named after the main valleys: Hunza, Nagar, and Yasin (also called Werchikwār). The dialect of Yasin is thought to be the least affected by contact with neighboring languages and is generally less similar to the other two than those are to each other; nevertheless all three dialects are mutually intelligible.
    ...

    "Basic Burushaski Etymologies"
    Ilija Chashule
    (München Newcastle , ISBN 3 89586 0891)
    similarities between the modern Macedonian and Burushaski language:

    abstract

    BU:
    ASHMILAS, ASHMILJ = to pacify, placade, persuade, also MILI as a title for the beloved in folk song.
    PRO-SLAV:
    mil`= dear,
    LYTV: mylas and meilus = dear.
    MK:
    MIL =dear, Smiluva, Smili = to pacify.

    BU:
    ASPALAS, ASPALJ = to kindle, light
    PROSlAV:
    Paliti = to burn, to set in flames.
    MK:
    SPALE,ZAPALE = to burn, to set in flames.

    BU:
    ASH = neck, nape of neck, external trhoat.The locativ of the ASH is ASHI
    PSlav, MK:
    Shija = neck.It is also related to the word SHITI = to sew

    The Burushaski word in its special locative form both semantically and phonetically parallels Slavic.


    BU:
    BALKAS( IN LOCATIV: BILKIS) = treasure
    SOUTH SLAV: BLAGO = treasure
    MK NAME: BLAGA = treasure.

    BU:
    BERKAT = Berg, Mountain.
    MK: BREG= Berg, Mountain.
    PROSLAV:
    BERG´ = berg, Mountain

    BU:
    BIRI= boiling
    MK: VRIE = boiling...as so many times mentioned, B and V are changed many times, Servia=Serbia.

    BU:
    BÚR = a single hair.
    ANC MK :
    ABROUWES = eye brows
    PRO SLAV, Old SLAV:
    BRY, (GENETIV: BR'EVE) = eye brow.

    BU:
    D*- ASPASAS, D*-SPASASH = to protect, save, rescue.
    MK:
    SPASE = save,
    DA SPASESH = to save someone.

    BU:
    DELAS, DELIAS, DELJ = 1)to beat, strike, smite, hit, shoot,...2) to kill to slay
    SANSKRIT:
    DALATI = crack, splits
    PRO SLAV:
    DELATI = to work.
    MK:
    DELIA = Mythical Hero who kills the Turks.

    GARU( ALSO: GARÚKI) = spring

    ALSO: GARÚM = hot GARÚRUM = hot, warm, AS NOUN: GARÚRUMKUSH = heat.

    GARI = lamp, light , pupil of eye.

    ANC MK:
    GORPIAIOS = a hot Macedonian Month
    MK:
    GREE = warm, to warm
    GARE= warming meal, cook soup.

    BU:
    GIRATAS; GIRASH = to dance, play
    OLD SLAV, MK:
    IGRA = dance, play
    MK:
    IGRASH = you play, nominative form from IGRA.


    ENGLISH / BURUSHI / MACEDONIAN
    HAND / SHAKA / SHAKA
    Arm / RAKA / RAKA
    Thunder / GROM / GROM
    Raining / VRNE / VRNE
    Looking / GLEDA / GLEDA
    sit(down) / SEDI / SEDI
    Drink / PIE / PIE
    Beautiful /UBAVA / UBAVA


    ILIJA CASULE: Staff List - Department of Linguistics - Macquarie University



    СЛАВА МАКЕДОНЦИ! :icon_smile: ГРК МАЈ МОНКИ ЕС!


    lol du bist so peinlich junge..


    СЛАВА МАКЕДОНЦИ! heisst auf eure sprache: GLORY Mazedonier!
    СЛАВА МАКЕДОНЦИ! heisst auf bulgarisch: GLORY Mazedonier!

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    Zitat Zitat von H3llas Beitrag anzeigen
    lol du bist so peinlich junge..


    СЛАВА МАКЕДОНЦИ! heisst auf eure sprache: GLORY Mazedonier!
    СЛАВА МАКЕДОНЦИ! heisst auf bulgarisch: GLORY Mazedonier!
    Ja, und gab es den glorreichere als die Makedonen???


    NEIN!!!


    Danke, für deine Bestätigung

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    Zitat Zitat von H3llas Beitrag anzeigen
    lol du bist so peinlich junge..


    СЛАВА МАКЕДОНЦИ! heisst auf eure sprache: GLORY Mazedonier!
    СЛАВА МАКЕДОНЦИ! heisst auf bulgarisch: GLORY Mazedonier!
    Wow, da kann einer den Googletranslator benutzen, Hut ab

  8. #128
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    Zitat Zitat von Monkeydonian Beitrag anzeigen
    Ja, und gab es den glorreichere als die Makedonen???


    NEIN!!!


    Danke, für deine Bestätigung
    also ich fand leonidas besser gehört zu meinen lieblingshelden mit seine 300..

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    Zitat Zitat von H3llas Beitrag anzeigen
    also ich fand leonidas besser gehört zu meinen lieblingshelden mit seine 300..

    Iss ja auch klar, du bist ein Athener Dorf Depp, nachkommen derer die von Makedonen unterjocht wurden....

  10. #130
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    Zitat Zitat von Гуштер Beitrag anzeigen
    Wow, da kann einer den Googletranslator benutzen, Hut ab

    na, na nicht vom thema abkommen
    dachte ihr habt mit bulgarische sprache nichts zutun?
    warum kommt da das selbe raus?

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