Jin Qicong
Jin Qicong or Aisin-Gioro Qicong (7 June 1918 – 10 April 2004) was a Chinese historian and linguist of Manchu ethnicity who is known for his studies of the Manchu and Jurchen languages. His works inc...
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Dao Shixun
Chao Mhoam Gham Le, Chinese name Dao Shixun (刀世勋) (born Jinghong, September 1928) is current hereditary chieftain of the Dai people, and a professor of linguistics. He is the 28th Zhaopanling.
Sun Yirang
Sun Yirang (Chinese: 孫詒讓; pinyin: Sūn Yíràng) (1848–1908) was a Chinese philologist. A native of Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, he retired from official employment early in his life to devote him...
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Luo Zhenyu
Luo Zhenyu or Lo Chen-yü (August 8, 1866 – May 14, 1940), courtesy name Shuyun (叔蘊), was a Chinese classical scholar, philologist, epigrapher, antiquarian and Qing loyalist.
A native of Suzh...
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Qian Xuantong
Qian Xuantong (1887—January 17, 1939) was a Chinese linguist, and along with Gu Jiegang, one of the leaders of the Doubting Antiquity School.
Born in Huzhou, Zhejiang, Qian was named Qian Xia at b...
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Zhu Dexi
Zhu Dexi (Chinese: 朱德熙; pinyin: Zhū Déxī; 1920–1992) was a Chinese linguist, grammarian, and educator. He was vice-president of Peking University and made significant contributions to Modern C...
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Wang Li (linguist)
Wang Li (Chinese: 王力), or Wang Liaoyi (王了一), (1900–1986) was a Chinese linguist. Many considered him to be the founder of modern Chinese linguistics.
Of Hakka ancestry from Tingzhou, Longyan, ...
Duan Yucai
Duan Yucai (Chinese: 段玉裁) (1735–1815), courtesy name Ruoying (若膺) was a Chinese philologist of the Qing Dynasty. He made great contributions to the study of Historical Chinese phonology, and is k...
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Li Jinxi
Li Jinxi (simplified Chinese: 黎锦熙; traditional Chinese: 黎錦熙; pinyin: Lí Jǐnxī) (February 2, 1890- March 27, 1978 in Xiangtan, Hunan Province, China) is a Chinese linguist and educator. In ...
Chinggeltei
Chinggeltei (12 June 1924 – 27 December 2013; also Činggeltei, Chinggaltai, Chenggeltai, or Chenggeltei) was a professor of linguistics at the Inner Mongolia University in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, Peop...
Wang Niansun
Wang Niansun (Chinese: 王念孫) (1744 - 1832), courtesy name: Huaizu (懷祖) was a Chinese scholar of the Qing Dynasty.
A native of Gaoyou, Jiangsu, he worked as a government official specializing in...
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Choijinzhab
Choijinzhab (also Choijinjab or Qôijûngjabû; born 16 January 1931) is a Chinese linguist of Mongolian ethnicity.
Choijinzhab was born in Jirim League (哲里木盟), Inner Mongolia in 1931. After graduati...
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Lü Shuxiang
Lü Shuxiang (Chinese: 吕叔湘; pinyin: Lǚ Shūxiāng, 1904–1998) was a distinguished linguist, lexicographer and educator, founder of Modern Chinese linguistic studies.
Lü Shuxiang was born in D...
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Zhou Youguang
Zhou Youguang (Chou Yu-kuang; Chinese: 周有光; pinyin: Zhōu Yǒuguāng; Wade–Giles: Chou Yu-kuang; born 13 January 1906) is the art-name of Zhou Yaoping (Chinese: 周耀平; pinyin: Zhōu Yàop...
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D. O. Chaoke
Dular Osor Chaoke (Chinese: 杜拉尔·敖斯尔·朝克; pinyin: Dùlā'ěr Áosī'ěr Zhāokè; born 1958) is a Chinese linguist at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. His primary area of study is on the Tungusic...
Chen Yinke
Chen Yinke (or Yinque) (simplified Chinese: 陈寅恪; traditional Chinese: 陳寅恪; pinyin: Chén Yínkè; 3 July 1890 – 7 October 1969) was a sinologist and a fellow of Academia Sinica, conside...
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Yan Shigu
Yan Shigu (Chinese: 顏師古; pinyin: Yán Shīgǔ; Wade–Giles: Yen Shih-ku) (581–645), formal name Yan Zhou (顏籀), but went by the courtesy name of Shigu, was a famous Chinese author and linguist ...
Niina Ning Zhang
Niina Ning Zhang, born in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, PR China, obtained her M.A. degree in linguistics from Shanghai International Studies University, Ph.D. degree in linguistics from Shanghai Internatio...
Li Fanwen
Li Fanwen (simplified Chinese: 李范文; traditional Chinese: 李範文) (born November 1932) is a Chinese linguist and Tangutologist.
Li Fanwen was born in Xixiang County, Shaanxi in 1932. After lea...
Ibrahim Muti'i
Ibrahim Muti'i (May 1920 – January 13, 2010) (Uyghur: ئىبراھىم مۇتىئى‎‎; Chinese: 伊卜拉伊木•穆提伊; pinyin: Yībólāyīmù Mùtíyī) was a well-known linguist from Xinjiang, China. He is...
Ji Xianlin
Ji Xianlin (Chinese: 季羡林; pinyin: Jì Xiànlín; August 6, 1911 – July 11, 2009) was a Chinese Indologist, linguist, paleographer, historian, and writer who had been honored by the governments of...
Huang Kan
Huang Kan (Chinese: 黃侃; 1886–1935), courtesy name Jigang (季剛), was a Chinese philologist and revolutionary.
Huang Qiaoxin 喬馨 (the name Kan was taken up by him later) was born in Chengdu, Sichu...
Jin Guangping
Jin Guangping or Aisin-Gioro Hengxu (1899–1966) was a Chinese linguist of Manchu ethnicity who is known for his studies of the Jurchen and Khitan languages and scripts.
Jin was a sixth generation ...
Luo Changpei
Luo Changpei (simplified Chinese: 罗常培; traditional Chinese: 羅常培; pinyin: Luó Chángpéi, courtesy name: Xīntián 莘田, art name: Tián'ān 恬庵) (1899–1958) was a Chinese linguist. He made importan...
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Fu Sinian
Fù Sīnián (傅斯年, 1896–1950), was a famous Chinese educator and linguist, and one of the leaders of the May Fourth Movement in 1919. He studied experimental psychology at University College London from ...
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Xu Shen
Xǔ Shèn (traditional Chinese: 許慎; simplified Chinese: 许慎; pinyin: Xǔ Shèn; Wade–Giles: Hsü Shen; c. 58 – c. 147 CE) was a Chinese philologist of the Han Dynasty. He was the author...
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Chao Yuen Ren
Yuen Ren Chao (Chinese: 趙元任; pinyin: Zhào Yuánrèn; 3 November 1892 – 25 February 1982), was a Chinese-American linguist, educator, scholar, poet, and composer, best known for his contributions...
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