Category Archives: Language

Unicode Mongolian Standards

 Unicode Standards is a global encoding standards which is accepted by all of the OS Venders and System makers. In the early 2000, The Mongolian Unicode Proposal had been accepted by the ISO Organization and Unicode Consortium. Just because of the implementation method of the Mongolian Unicode is very difficult and not exist till the Windows Vista support it by OpenType Font rendering techniques. Now, the Unicode Mongolian Encodings, can be supported by OpenType Font rendering technique   ......

Mongolian Information Processing

 Although the Mongolian Information Processing works began from 1980′s, because of the standardization of the Mongolian have not been completed well, a lot kinds of The Mongolian Information Processing works have been delayed and the level is very low, we can say  we are still standing at the beginning point of the Mongolian Information Processing world. Currently, we are all connected by internet and our daily life deeply depends on the digital world. The Mongolian digitization o   ......

Names from the Secret History of the Mongols

Compiled in 1988 by Heather Daveno, Copyright Free! (Return to Library) The Secret History of the Mongols was written for the royal Mongol family after the death of Chinghis Khan in 1227 AD. It details the history of the Mongol peoples from the birth of the first Mongol, Batachikhan, through the ascension of Ogodei Khan to the Mongolian throne. The Secret History is considered a primary source for the geneology of the ruling families of Mongolia up to the beginning of the 14th century. These nam   ......

MONGOLS ii. Mongolian Loanwords in Persian

early Turkic and Mongolian have many common features that were occasionally interpreted as indications to a genetic relationship between the two language families. MONGOLS ii. MONGOLIAN LOANWORDS IN PERSIAN It is difficult to analyze Mongolian elements in Persian separately from the Turkic ones. This is due to the fact that the speakers of both languages had been in contact with each other for a long time before the Mongolian presence can be traced in the Persian speaking area. Besides, early Tu   ......

Mongolian writing systems

Many Mongolian writing systems have been devised over the centuries. The number of scripts dedicated to the Mongolian language is matched by few other tongues. The oldest has also been the predominant one during most of Mongolian history, and is still in active use today in the Inner Mongolia region of China. Others have been developed either as attempts to fix its perceived shortcomings, or to allow the notation of other languages as well, most often Sanskrit and Tibetan. In the 20th century, M   ......

The Mongolian (Uighur) Script

The Mongolian (Uighur) Script Over the last 800 years Mongolian has been written with a variety of different scripts, but the first of those and the most enduring is the one which the Mongols borrowed from the Uighurs. The Uighurs themselves had acquired this script as a result of their contacts with the Sogdian’s, an Old Iranian people who had in turn borrowed their script from Syriac. Those who are already familiar with Syriac will easily see the similarities. However, where Syriac and S   ......

Mongolian – UCLA Language Materials Project: Language Profile

  Mongolian Mongolian Citations   Mongolian Links   Select a New Language Number of Speakers: About 6,000,000 Key Dialects: Khalkha Geographical Center: The Mongolian People’s Republic (also called Outer Mongolia) is the center of the Khalkha dialect. Peripheral Mongolian is mostly spoken in the Mongolian Autonomous Region of the Chinese People’s Republic (also called Inner Mongolia). GENERAL INTRODUCTION There are 2,579,000 speakers of Khalkha Mongolian (1998 estimate); 3,381,   ......