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List of references in Chinese entries ({{zh-ref}}):


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  • Baxter, William H. (1992). A Handbook of Old Chinese Phonology, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, ISBN 978-3-11-012324-1.
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  • Bodman, Nicholas (1980). Chinese and Sino-Tibetan; Evidence Towards Establishing the Nature of Their Relationship. In: Frans van Coetsem and Linda R. Waugh, Contributions to Historical Linguistics, 34–199. Leiden.


  • Carr, Michael (1990). “Chinese Dragon Names”. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, 13 (2): 87–189.
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  • Clauson, Sir Gerald (1972). An Etymological Dictionary of Pre-Thirteenth-Century Turkish. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
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  • Coblin, W. South (1994). “A Compendium of Phonetics in Northwest Chinese”. Journal of Chinese Linguistics Monograph Series. 7: 1–117, 119–504.


  • Deng, Xiaohua (鄧曉華) (1994). 南方漢語中的古南島語成分. Minority Languages of China (《民族語文》). 3: 36–40.
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  • Gan, Yu'en (甘于恩) (1997). 广东粤方言人称代词的单复数形式. Zhongguo Yuwen, 5: 351–354.
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  • Guo, Moruo (郭沫若) (1931). 《甲骨文字研究》. Republished by 科學出版社, 1982.
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  • Hashimoto, Mantaro (橋本萬太郎) (1978). Gengo ruikei chiri-ron (言語類型地理論, Typological and Geographical Linguistics). Kōbundō.
  • [HFC] Peking University, Department of Chinese Language and Literature. (北京大學中國語言文學系語言學教研室 編). 《漢語方言詞彙》 (Chinese Dialectal Lexicon). Beijing: Yuwen Press, 2nd edition. ISBN 7-80006-310-0.
  • Hsu, Dong-Bo (徐東伯) (2009). “The syllable in Old Chinese: sub-syllabic processes, syllable structure, and the status of medial glides”. Journal of East Asian Linguistics. 18: 361.
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  • Huang, Xingtao (黃興濤); Chen, Peng (陳鵬) (2010). 《近代中国“黄色”词义变异考析》. 《历史研究》. 6: 83–89.



  • LaPolla, Randy J. (1994). “Variable finals in Proto-Sino-Tibetan”. BIHP 65: 1: 131–173.
  • Laufer, Berthold (1967). Sino-Iranica. Volume 201 of Publication: Field Museum of Natural History. Рипол Классик. ISBN 9785874057787.
  • Li, Jinfang (李錦芳) (2002). 《侗台语言与文化》 (Tai-Kadai Languages and Cultures). Publishing House of Minority Nationalities.
  • Li, Xiaorong (李小榮) (1998). “娄罗之辨”与梵语四流音. 《中國語文》. 6: 451.
  • Li, Yan (李豔) (2012). 《說文解字》所收「芍」、「芡」、「蔆」疏解 (“Explanation on “Shao”, “Qian” and “Ling” in Shuo Wen Jie Zi”). 《農業考古》 (Agricultural Archaeology). 1: 195–198.
  • Lian, Chun-zhao (練春招) (2001). 客家方言与南方少数民族语言共同词语考略 (“The Textual Research of Common Words in Hakka Dialect and Minority Languages in South China”). Journal of Jiaying University (Philosophy & Social Sciences). 19 (2): 107–113.
  • Lin, Yiguang (林義光) (1920). 《文源》. Republished by 中西書局, 2012.
  • Liu, Xunning (劉勛寧) (1985). 現代漢語句尾「了」的來源. 《方言》. 2: 128–133.
  • Louie, Kin-sheun; Liu, Kam-biu (2003). “Earliest historical records of typhoons in China”. Journal of Historical Geography. 29 (3): 299–316.
  • Luo, Changpei (羅常培) (1950). 《語言與文化》 (Language and Culture). Beijing University Press.
  • Luo, Meizhen (1992). “A second discussion of the genetic classification of the Kam-Tai languages: a reply to Benedict”. In C.J. Compton and J.F. Hartmann (Ed.), Papers on Tai languages, Linguistics, and Literatures, 44–54. Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Illinois University.



  • Norman, Jerry (1979). “The Verb 治 — A Note on Min Etymology” (閩語裡的「治」字). Fangyan. 3: 179–181.
  • Norman, Jerry (1983). “Some Ancient Chinese Dialect Words in the Min Dialects” (閩語裡的古方言字). Fangyan. 3: 202–211.
  • Norman, Jerry (1984). “Three Min Etymologies”. Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale, 13(2): 175–189.
  • Norman, Jerry; Mei, Tsu-lin (梅祖麟) (1976). “The Austroasiatics in Ancient South China: Some Lexical Evidence”. Monumenta Serica, 32: 274–301.
  • Norquest, Peter K. (2007). A Phonological Reconstruction of Proto-Hlai. Ph.D. dissertation. Tucson: Department of Anthropology, University of Arizona.


  • Pan, Wuyun (潘悟雲); Chen, Zhongmin (陳忠敏) (1995). 釋儂 (On “Nong”). Journal of Chinese Linguistics. 23 (2): 129–147.
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