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Author: Garnik Asatrian

Iran and the Caucasus 21 (2017) 389-396 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2017 DOI: 10.1163/1573384X-20170406 SWIran. *didā- “fortress, walled residence” in Iranian Toponymy Garnik Asatrian Russian-Armenian State University, Yerevan Centre for Asian and African Studies, HSE, Saint

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In: Iran and the Caucasus
Author: Garnik Asatrian

are proposed. Keywords “Ice” in Iranian, Iranian Etymology, Iranian Toponymy The main term for “ice” in Northern Talishi is bīya (dabīye “to freeze”), a unique form, which has no parallels in any other living Iranian idiom, in- cluding southern dialects of Talishi, where the same object is denoted

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presents an analysis of the place-names with the formants -(v)īγ/-(w)yq/ and - vīǰ, attested in the South Caspian and the north-western provinces of Iran. Keywords Iranian Toponymy, Iranian Etymology, Toponymic Formants Historical Aturpatakan (Āturpātakān), roughly covering the north-west- ern

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Author: Garnik Asatrian

the Iranian dialects spoken in the south and south-western shores of the Caspian Sea and north-west- ern parts of Iran, widely attested also in the local toponymy. Keywords Iranian Etymology, Iranian Toponymy, Caspian Dialects, Armenian Etymology, Ideophones To the 80th Birthday of Fereydun

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western frontier of the Arsacid Empire will also be discussed in this study. Keywords Arsacid Cities, Han Empire, Hanshu and Houhanshu, Khorasan Road, Silk Road, Iranian Toponymy, Sino-Iranica INTRODUCTION The Arsacid dynasty, also known as the Parthian Dynasty (c. 250 B.C. to 226 A.D.) was

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Shah Afshar (1741): The Letters of Ibrahim of Urada . . . . . 381 L I N G U I S T I C S Garnik Asatrian − SWIran. *didā- “fortress, walled residence” in Iranian Toponymy

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Author: Pavel Lurje

languages. Apart from this waste field, Livshits published influential works on Iranian toponymy, on emergence of New Persian, on Tajik dialectology, on the Avestan society, on the administrative terminology of the Iranians, and on origins of the Old Turkic runic script.
 The texts which Livshits used to

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