Beilu Yiyu

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The Beilu Yiyu (Chinese: 北虜譯語) also known as Yiyu is a Ming-era Mongol-Chinese dictionary.[1][2]


  1. ^ Rykin, Pavel (September 2012). "On the principles of Chinese transcription of Mongolian sounds in the Sino-Mongolian glossary Dada yu/Beilu yiyu (late 16th–early 17th century)". Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae. 65 (3): 323–334. doi:10.1556/AOrient.65.2012.3.6. ISSN 0001-6446.
  2. ^ Rykin, Pavel (2018-05-31), Apatóczky, Ákos Bertalan; Atwood, Christopher P. (eds.), "Reflexes of the *VgV and *VxV Groups in the Mongol Vocabulary of the Sino-Mongol Glossary Dada yu/Beilu yiyu (Late 16th–Early 17th Cent.)", Philology of the Grasslands, pp. 308–330, doi:10.1163/9789004351981_018, ISBN 978-90-04-35198-1, retrieved 2020-10-10

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