Hazine-i lugat: Dictionnaire abrégé turc-français
Author: Artin Hindoğlu
Publisher: Viyana Antoine Noble de Schmit Matbaası
Publication date: 1838
Number of pages: 516+2 S.
Format / Quality: PDF
Size: 29,83 Mb
Language: Ottoman Turkish
Artin Hindoğlu was a 19th century Ottoman etymologist, interpreter, professor, linguist, and writer of the first modern French-Turkish dictionary. Of Armenian descent, Artin Hindoğlu was born in Constantinople and lived there until 10 years old. His family were natives of Kütahya. He moved to Austria in 1812 and became a professor from 1824-1831. He was then appointed as interpreter for the Emperor of the Austrian Empire.