Pittayaporn, Pittayawat 2009

Pittayaporn, Pittayawat. 2009. The phonology of Proto-Tai. (Doctoral dissertation, Ithaca: Cornell University; xix+417pp.)

@phdthesis{17319,
  address     = {Ithak},
  author      = {Pittayaporn, Pittayawat},
  institution = {Cornell University},
  pages       = {xix+417},
  school      = {Ithaca: Cornell University},
  title       = {The phonology of Proto-Tai},
  year        = {2009},
  besttxt     = {ptxt\eurasia\pittayaporn_proto-tai2009.txt},
  cfn         = {eurasia\pittayaporn_proto-tai2009.pdf},
  delivered   = {eurasia\pittayaporn_proto-tai2009.pdf},
  fn          = {eurasia\pittayaporn_proto-tai2009.pdf},
  hhtype      = {overview;comparative},
  inlg        = {English [eng]},
  lgcode      = {Aiton [aio], Bac Va, Bao Yen, Black Thai = Tai Dam [blt], Bouyei = Buyi = Bouyei [pcc], Cao Bang, Chongzuo = Zhuang-Zuojiang [zzj], Daxin = Zhuang-Zuojiang [zzj], Debao = Zhuang-Yang [zyg], Dehong = Tai Nüa [tdd], Donglan = Zhuang-Guibei [zgb], Du'an = Zhuang-Central Hongshuihe [zch], Fusui = Zhuang-Yongnan [zyn], Guangnan Nung = Zhuang-Nong [zhn], 15 Guangnan Sha NT Eastern Yunnan Zhang et al. (1999), Guigang = Zhuang-Eastern Hongshuihe [zeh], Hechi = Zhuang-Guibei [zgb], Hengxian = Zhuang-Yongbei [zyb], Huanjiang = Zhuang-Guibei [zgb], Jingxi = Zhuang-Yang [zyg], Kaloeng = Northeastern Thai [tts], Khuen = Khün [kkh], Laibin = Zhuang-Liujiang [zlj], Lao, Lei Ping = Leiping, Lianshan = Zhuang-Lianshan [zln], Lingyue = Zhuang-Guibian [zgn], Liujiang = Zhuang-Liujiang [zlj], Long'an = Zhuang-Yongnan [zyn], Longsheng = Zhuang-Guibei [zgb], Lue Lü = Tai Lue = Lü [khb], Lungchow = Longzhou = Zhuang-Zuojiang [zzj], Lungming = Longming, Ningming = Ning Ming = Zhuang-Zuojiang [zzj], Nung Phan Slinh, Nyo = Nyaw, Tai Phake [phk], Phu Thai = Thai Kapong is a dialect of Phu Thai = Phu Thai [pht], Phuan = Thai Phuan = Phuan [phu], Ping Siang = Pingxiang = Zhuang-Zuojiang [zzj], Pingguo = Zhuang-Yongbei [zyb], Po-ai = Bo'ai = Zhuang-Guibian [zgn], Qinzhou = Zhuang-Yongnan [zyn], Qiubei = Zhuang-Qiubei [zqe], Rong'an = Guibei Zhuang [zgb], Saek [skb], Sapa = Tày Sa Pa [tys], Shanglin, Shangsi = Zhuang-Yongnan [zyn], Siamese Thai = Standard Thai, Southern Shan = Shan = Tai Long = Tai Luang = Tai Yai [thi], Southern Thai = Southern Siamese = Pak Tai = Kedah Thai, Tai Ya = Tai Ya [cuu], Tai Yuan = Northern Tai = Lanna Tai = Kam Muang Thai-Northern [nod], Tak Bai = Kelantan Thai = Jehe = Thai-Southern [sou], Tiandong = Zhuang-Youjiang [zyj], Tianlin = Zhuang-Guibian [zgn], Wenma = Wenma Thu = Thu Lao = Zhuang-Dai [zhd], Western Nung = Nung Inh = Nung [nut], White Tai = Tai Don = Dialects of Jinping = Tai Dón [twh], Wuming = Zhuang-Yongbei [zyb], Yanshan Nung = Yanshan Nong, Yay Giay = Bouyei [pcc], Yishan = Zhuang-Liujiang [zlj], Yongbei = Zhuang-Yongbei [zyb], Yongnan = Zhuang-Yongnan [zyn], Yooy = Yoy [yoy]},
  macro_area  = {Eurasia},
  oclc        = {460471413},
  src         = {evobib, hh}
}

Languages

Name in source Glottolog languoid
Aiton
Bac Va
    Bao Yen
      Black Thai
      Bouyei = Buyi
      Cao Bang
        Chongzuo
        Daxin
        Debao
        Dehong
        Donglan
        Du'an
        Fusui
        Guangnan Nung
        15 Guangnan Sha NT Eastern Yunnan Zhang et al. (1999)
          Guigang
          Hechi
          Hengxian
          Huanjiang
          Jingxi
          Kaloeng
          Khuen
          Laibin
          Lao
            Lei Ping = Leiping
              Lianshan
              Lingyue
              Liujiang
              Long'an
              Longsheng
              Lue Lü = Tai Lue
              Lungchow = Longzhou
              Lungming = Longming
                Ningming = Ning Ming
                Nung Phan Slinh
                  Nyo = Nyaw
                    Tai Phake
                    Phu Thai = Thai Kapong is a dialect of Phu Thai
                    Phuan = Thai Phuan
                    Ping Siang = Pingxiang
                    Pingguo
                    Po-ai = Bo'ai
                    Qinzhou
                    Qiubei
                    Rong'an
                    Saek
                    Sapa
                    Shanglin
                      Shangsi
                      Siamese Thai = Standard Thai
                        Southern Shan = Shan = Tai Long = Tai Luang
                        Southern Thai = Southern Siamese = Pak Tai = Kedah Thai
                          Tai Ya
                          Tai Yuan = Northern Tai = Lanna Tai
                          Tak Bai = Kelantan Thai = Jehe
                          Tiandong
                          Tianlin
                          Wenma = Wenma Thu = Thu Lao
                          Western Nung = Nung Inh
                          White Tai = Tai Don = Dialects of Jinping
                          Wuming
                          Yanshan Nung = Yanshan Nong
                            Yay Giay
                            Yishan
                            Yongbei
                            Yongnan
                            Yooy