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README.md

Mordvin-Varieties

Working database for Mordvin language and dialect classification. Maps can be viewed here.

Cite

If you use this data set in an academic publication, we would be ever so grateful if you cited it as follows:

Niko Partanen, Olga Erina & Jack Rueter. (2019, September 5). Maps of Mordvin Varieties (Version v0.5)

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Introduction

This file provides placename, coordinates and dialect identification according to the classification in the 4-volumes (2703 pages) of the dictionary (1990, 1992, 1994, 1996). The initial dialect maps are composed of classifications in the first volume of Paasonen's Mordwinisches Wörterbuch (1990:LXXXVII–XCIX).

PMW_locale_01.csv

In the Mordwinisches Wörterbuch `Dictionary of Mordvin Dialects', there are 269 locales where language materials were collected by and for Heikki Paasonen.

PMW_Erzya-locale_01.csv

In the Mordwinisches Wörterbuch `Dictionary of Mordvin Dialects', there are 136 Erzya locales where language materials were collected by and for Heikki Paasonen. The locales are divided into 6 groups, 5 with dialect indication and a sixth without.

PMW_Moksha-locale_01.csv

In the Mordwinisches Wörterbuch `Dictionary of Mordvin Dialects', there are 73 Moksha locales where language materials were collected by and for Heikki Paasonen. The locales are divided into 6 groups, 5 with dialect indication and a sixth without.

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