გიორგი ახვლედიანი - ოსური ენის მკვლევარი/ Giorgi Akhvlediani - Researcher of Ossetian language

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2022-04-12
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უნივერსიტეტის გამომცემლობა
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Giorgi Akhvlediani (1887-1973) is known as the founder of the Georgian language school. He put a great deal of effort into the research and study of Georgian phonetics. At the same time, he examined the phonetics of other languages. He studied and compiled a complete classification of sounds of the Abkhaz language. In addition, he taught a course in the ancient Indian language, Sanskrit, at the university. He also wrote a text-book. Giorgi Akhvlediani's contribution to Iranistics is great. He devoted a lot of time and energy to the problems of phonetics, dialectology and textual criticism of the Ossetian language. At the same time, he was the first to design Ossetian language curriculum and for many years taught the course in the Ossetian language at the university. His research in phonetics (preruptives, three T in Ossetian, etc.), morphology (“Predicate Dative in the Ossetian Language”), dialectology is crucial - he considered the Dvalian dialect as a subdialect of the Iron dialect, as one of the local dialects. G. Akhvlediani presented Georgian-Ossetian language contacts in a new manner and made a great contribution to solving this problem. His book “Сборник избранных работ по осетинскому языку” (“Collection of Selected Works on the Ossetian Language”) is still an essential work today. Even today, a two-volume course on the grammar of the Ossetian language, edited by Giorgi Akhvlediani, is an extremely important, invaluable work. In the work, we will consider in detail Giorgi Akhvlediani’s great contribution to the research of the Ossetian language. We will pay special attention to the study of the Ossetian language and manuscripts.
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გიორგი ახვლედიანი, ოსური ენა, ფონეტიკა, Giorgi Akhvlediani, Ossetian language, phonetics
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ქართული ენის დღისადმი მიძღვნილი სამეცნიერო კონფერენცია, პროგრამა და თეზისები, თბილისი, 12 აპრილი 2022, გვ.: 23-25