Hazine-i lugat: Dictionnaire abrégé turc-français

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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.[1] His family were natives of Kütahya.[3] He moved to Austria in 1812 and became a professor from 1824-1831.[1] He was then appointed as interpreter for the Emperor of the Austrian Empire.[1]


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