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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Nikolaeva, I. (Irina Alekseevna) A historical dictionary of Yukaghir / by Irina Nikolaeva. The book is dedicated to the memory of my father, Aleksej Vasil'evič Nikolaev. Variations that occur in the sources are separated by commas.
No comprehensive lexicographic description of Yukaghir is available for the international linguistic community. In contrast, pre-20th century data are given as they occur in the source, i.e. These are inflected forms of the 3rd person Singular and Plural, respectively, cf.In addition to several relatively small glossaries (Veenker 1989; Endo 1997, 2001; Nyikolajeva 2000; Nikolaeva and Šalugin 2003; Maslova 2001, 2003), two major dictionaries have been published so far: Angere (1957) and Kurilov (2001). Translations and grammatical comments for such forms are not provided.The former is based on Jochelson (1900) and mostly presents the data from Kolyma Yukaghir as spoken at the end of the 19th century. Hyphenation, spacing and capitalization that occurs in the sources is not preserved. Without his assistance and encouragement this volume would not have appeared. They are taken either from published sources or unpublished archive collections. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. I am deeply indebted to Tapani Salminen for his help in converting my database into a format suitable for publication. data from all known Yukaghir sources starting from the late 17th century until the first third of the 19th century (on Old Yukaghir see 2.1).