Cheremis-Chuvash lexical relationships an index to Räsänen"s "Chuvash loanwords in Cheremis." Edited by John R. Krueger by John Richard Krueger

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  • Mari language -- Foreign words and phrases -- Chuvashian,
  • Mari language -- Dictionaries -- Chuvashian

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SeriesStudies in Cheremis -- 10, Indiana University publications, Uralic and Altaic series -- v. 94
ContributionsFrancis, Eric David, Räsänen, Martti, 1893- Die tschuwassischen Lehnwörter im Tscheremissischen
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LC ClassificationsPH807 K7
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Pagination117p.
Number of Pages117
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