Языки и языкознание
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Samples for Geographical Names of Bhutan in Dzongkha & Roman Dzongkha
Dzongkha Development Commission, 1997, 18 p.
Топонимика Бутана (неполный список географических названий на языке дзонг-кэ с указанием правильной транслитерации).
Linguistically, Dzongkha is a South Tibetan language. It is closely related to and partially intelligible with Sikkimese and to some other Bhutanese languages. It has a much more distant relationship to standard mode Central Tibetan. Although spoken Dzongkha and Tibetan are largely mutually unintelligible, the literary forms of both are both highly influenced by the liturgical (clerical) Classical Tibetan language, known in Bhutan as Chöke, which has been used for centuries by Buddhist monks.