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Bolor: Mongolian-English dictionary & German, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Russian (Cyrillic & Mongolian scripts) (+ audio)

Монгол хэлний их тайлбар толь: dictionary of the Mongolian language

English-Mongolian phrasebook, Peace Corps (1992)

Mongolian etymological dictionary by András Rajki (2009) (Latin script)

Mongolian-English Dictionary by Mattai Haltod, John Gombojab Hangin, Serge Kassatkin, Ferdinand Lessing (1960)

Dictionnaire mongol-russe-français: Mongolian-Russian-French dictionary, by Joseph Kowalewski (1844) (Mongolian script)

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Mongolisch-deutsch-russisches Wörterbuch: Mongolian-German-Russian dictionary, by Isaak Jakob Schmidt (1835) (Mongolian script)

Dictionnaire monguor-français : le dialecte monguor parlé par les Mongols du Kansou occidental, by Albrecht de Smedt & Antoine Mostaert (1933) (Latin script)

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Mongolian keyboard: to type a text with the Cyrillic script

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Bichig keyboard: to type a text with the traditional script

LinguaMongolia: Mongolian grammar (WaybackMachine)

Graphemes of the Mongolian script

linguistic map of the Mongolian

Modern Mongolian, a course book, by John Gaunt (2004)

Colloquial Mongolian, course for beginners, by Alan Sanders (1999)

Modern Mongolian, a primer and reader, by James Bossom (1964)

A grammar of the Mongol language by Chinggaltai (Mongolian script)

Introduzione alla lingua mongola by Jargal Molomjamts & Andrea Csillaghy (1998)

Le mongol, une langue sans genres ni classes by Marie-Dominique Even & Marie-Lise Beffa (2008)

studies about the Mongolian language, by Louis (Lajos) Ligeti

Éléments de grammaire mongole: Mongolian grammar (Ordos dialect, Inner Mongolia) by Georges Soulié (1903)

Grammaire de la langue mongole écrite: Written Mongolian grammar by Louis Hambis (1945)

Grammatik der mongolischen Sprache: Mongolian grammar by Isaak Jakob Schmidt (1831)

books & papers about the Mongolian language: Monumenta altaica | Google books | Internet archive | Academia | Wikipedia

The traditional script is written from top to bottom and from left to right. It will reintroduce as the official written language of Mongolia in 2025.

Under Soviet pressure, the Mongolian language has been written with the Cyrillic script since 1937. Two letters were added:

the letter ө (transliterated ö) /o/ in addition to the Cyrillic о /ɔ/
the letter ү (transliterated ü) /u/ in addition to the Cyrillic у /ʊ/

Mongolian is spoken in Mongolia and in the neighboring regions of Russia and China where a region is called Inner Mongolia.



Texts & Literature

Monumenta altaica: Old Mongolian texts

Chants de chamanes mongols (Mongolian shaman songs) by Marie-Dominique Even, in Études mongoles et sibériennes (1988) NEW

Virelangues mongols (Mongolian tongue twisters) with Tsevelin Chagdarsürüng (1996)

Un document mongol sur l'intronisation du IXe Dalaï lama (1809), by Isabelle Charleux, Marie-Dominique Even, Gaëlle Lacaze, in Journal asiatique (2004) transliterated text & translation into French

L'intronisation du IXe Dalai lama vue par un prince mongol by Gaëlle Lacaze & Isabelle Charleux, in Arts asiatiques (2004)

The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ (1846) (Mongolian script)

First article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Хүн бүр төрж мэндлэхдд эрх ёөлөөтэй, адилхан нэр төртэй, ижил эрхтэй байдаг.
Оюун ухаан, нандни ёанар заяасан хүн гэгё өөр хоорондоо ахан дүүгийи үзэл санаагаар харьцах уёиртай.

First article in different languages

Universal Declaration of Human Rights: bilingual text

Maudgalyāyana: the legend of Molon toyin (end 19th century) written with the Mongolian script

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