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Kurdish Lō-Lō

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This paper is an attempt to trace the origin of an interesting Kurdish lexeme with a high occurrence frequency, which is usually perceived by the neighbouring Armenians as sort of a shibboleth for characterising the Kurds. The author rejects the possible connections of this lexeme with the Oriental Caucasian *läg-"man, slave".

Affiliations: 1: Yerevan State University

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2006-12-01
2016-08-28

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