Eastern Yugur language
|Native speakers||3,000 (1999)|
Eastern Yugur and Western Yugur are terms coined by Chinese linguists to distinguish between the Mongolic and Turkic Yugur language, both spoken within the Yugur nationality. The terms may also indicate the speakers of these languages. Traditionally, both languages are indicated by the term Yellow Uygur, from the autonym of the Yugur. The eastern variety is the Mongolic one.
- Stephen Adolphe Wurm, Peter Mühlhäusler, Darrell T. Tyron, International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies (1996). Atlas of languages of intercultural communication in the Pacific, Asia, and the Americas, Volume 2, Part 1. Walter de Gruyter. p. 822. ISBN 3-11-013417-9. Retrieved 2010-10-31.
- 保朝鲁 [Bolquluu]; 贾拉森 [Jalsan] (1991), 《东部裕固语和蒙古语》 [Eastern Yugur and Mongolian], Inner Mongolia People's Publishing House, OCLC 299469024
- Üjiyediin Chuluu (Chaolu Wu) (1994), "Introduction, Grammar, and Sample Sentences for Jegün Yogur", Sino-Platonic Papers 54
- ZHANG, Juan; Stuart, Kevin (1996), "73: Blue Cloth and Pearl Deer; Yogur Folklore", Sino-Platonic Papers 73
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