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In 2003, Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project sponsored American Linguists to research on the Chulym language. The main aim of the project being to come up with a reading book for children, an archive of digital records and a grammatical structure of the language. This support was given to the Chulym language given that it is an endangered language due to the open hostility it faced during the 20th century. Chulym has never had a written language as it has no orthography. [...]
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Chulym, also known as Chulym Tatar or Melets Tatar (but different from the Tatar language) is the language of the Chulyms, a now extinct tribe. It is closely related to Shor and Khakas. Only a few speakers remain, in the basin of the Chulym River in central Siberia. Chulym is an Altaic language.
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This dictionary was made by Renato B. Figueiredo.
List status: © Renato B. Figueiredo
Chulym > English: 1,579 words
English > Chulym: 1,066 words
Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: September 14, 2008
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