In 71 BCE, the Han Empire allied with the local Tocharian kingdoms in XiYu [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (xi-yu/tay-vuc), 'west region'] and defeated the Xiongnu [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], non-Sinitic etymology, might be etymologically identical to Hun(s)] Confederation (ca.
What does To stand for?
To stands for Tocharian (linguistics)
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Among the topics are the Old Irish paradigm of clause types, long-vowel preterites in Indo-European, the inflection of the Hittite verb class of mema/i-, interpretation of the Tocharian subjunctive class III, the Phrygian middle, and cuneiform Luvian verbs in *-ye/o-.
Fragments of the Tocharian A Maitreyasamiti-Nataka of the Xinjiang Museum, China, Transliterated, Translated and Annotated.
It is interesting to note, in fact, that the practice of writing can be ascribed to the common period (as uncontroversially documented by the pan-dialectal diffusion of the root pei-k/pei-g ("to write, to paint, to decorate") in Indo-Iranian, Tocharian, Balto-Slavic, Greek, Latin, and Germanic languages.
Tocharian represents the easternmost branch of the Indo-European language family and probably emerged, at the earliest, about 3,000 years ago.
9788763536493 Tocharian and Indo-European studies; v.
] being of Aryan or Proto-Tocharian origin and *sat reflecting early Tocharian B *[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.