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ISO 639-3: aii

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Other known names and dialect names: Aisorski, Anhar, Aradhin, Assyrian, Assyrianci, Assyriski, Baz, Benatha, Central Assyrian, Daudiya, Dez, Gavar, General Urmi, Inishke, Iranian Koine, Jilu, Lewin, Lishana Aturaya, Lower Barwari, Mar Bishu, Neo-Syriac, Nochiya, Northern Assyrian, Qudshanis, Salamas, Sapna, Shamezdin, Sipurghan, Solduz, Sooreth, Suret, Sureth, Suryaya Swadaya, Tal, Tergawar, Tina, Tkhuma, Upper Barwari, Urmi, Urmi Assyrian, Van, Western Assyrian

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Primary texts

  1. ONLINEAssyrian Grammar and Reading Book. Sayce, A.H. 1875. London: Samuel Bagster and Sons. oai:rosettaproject.org:rosettaproject_aii_morsyn-1

Lexical resources

  1. ONLINECrúbadán language data for Neo-Aramaic Assyrian. Kevin Scannell. 2015. The Crúbadán Project. oai:crubadan.org:aii

Language descriptions

  1. ONLINEGlottolog 2.4 Resources for Assyrian Neo-Aramaic. n.a. 2015. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:glottolog.org:assy1241
  2. ONLINEAssyrian Grammar and Reading Book. Sayce, A.H. 1875. London: Samuel Bagster and Sons. oai:rosettaproject.org:rosettaproject_aii_morsyn-1
  3. ONLINEWALS Online Resources for Neo-Aramaic (Assyrian). n.a. 2008. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:wals.info:nsy

Other resources about the language

  1. ONLINEThe Modern Assyrian Language. Tsereteli, K. G. 1978. Nauka. oai:refdb.wals.info:1866
  2. From a spoken to a written language : the introduction and development of literary Urmia Aramaic in the nineteenth century. Murre-van den Berg, H. L. (Hendrika Lena), 1964-. 1995. [Leiden? : H.L. Murre-van den Berg?. oai:gial.edu:28133
  3. ONLINEGrammar of the Modern Syriac Language, as spoken in Oroomiah, Persia, and in Koordistan. Stoddard, D. T. 1855. American Oriental Society. oai:rosettaproject.org:rosettaproject_aii_multiple-1
  4. ONLINEAssyrian Neo-Aramaic: a language of Iraq. n.a. 2013. SIL International. oai:ethnologue.com:aii
  5. ONLINELINGUIST List Resources for Neo-Aramaic, Assyrian. Damir Cavar, Director of Linguist List (editor); Malgorzata E. Cavar, Director of Linguist List (editor). 2015-05-25. The LINGUIST List (www.linguistlist.org). oai:linguistlist.org:lang_aii

Other known names and dialect names: Aisorski, Anhar, Aradhin, Assyrian, Assyrianci, Assyriski, Baz, Benatha, Central Assyrian, Daudiya, Dez, Gavar, General Urmi, Inishke, Iranian Koine, Jilu, Lewin, Lishana Aturaya, Lower Barwari, Mar Bishu, Neo-Syriac, Nochiya, Northern Assyrian, Qudshanis, Salamas, Sapna, Shamezdin, Sipurghan, Solduz, Sooreth, Suret, Sureth, Suryaya Swadaya, Tal, Tergawar, Tina, Tkhuma, Upper Barwari, Urmi, Urmi Assyrian, Van, Western Assyrian

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