This work provides the English speaking world with a nearly comprehensive dictionary of modern Mongolian. Containing over 40,000 entries, made up of 25,000 keywords and 15,000 examples, it enables users to read a wide variety of modern Mongolian texts, including specialist essays in the humanities and social sciences. Compiled and edited by the late Gombojab Hangin and a group of Mongolian language scholars, this dictionary expands upon earlier works to provide a more complete record of the Mongolian language. It is an invaluable tool anyone interested in the study of Mongolian.
Preface Introduction Arrangement of the Dictionary Definition Mongolian Alphabet Bibliography Works Consulted Readings from Modern Mongolian Publications List of Abbreviations Used Mongolian Dictionary Mongolian Abbreviations
Gombojab Hangin was a professor of Altaic and Uralic Studies at Indiana University. He was the founder of The Mongolia Society as well as the Mongol-American Cultural Association. John R. Krueger was a professor of Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana University specializing in Mongolian languages. Paul D. Buell is a part-time faculty member at the University of North Georgia in the department of History, Anthropology and Philosophy. William Rozycki is a scholar specializing in, among many things, applied linguistics and pedagogy. He most recently served as a professor at the University of Aizu's Center for Language Research until 2015.
""A lot of Mongolists are going to be very grateful to Professor Hangin and his team of helpers.""
~C.R. Bawden, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 51, no. 3