Belarusian Review Working Papers, 04

Belarusian Review Working Papers

04

Месца выхаду: Прага

Дата выхаду: 2015-06

Выдавец: Беларуска-Амэрыканскае Задзіночаньне

Выдавецкая сэрыя: Working Papers

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This Working Paper discusses two different systems for the romanization of Belarusian geographical and personal names. The romanization of geographical names is based on the historically-developed traditional Belarusian Roman script, known as lacinka. It is scientifically-based, linguistically sound, and since 2012 approved by the UNCSGN to serve as the international system for the romanization of Belarusian geographical names. Being mechanically imposed by the authorities in compliance with the ICAO norms, the romanization of the personal names creates multiple options for the transliteration of personal names and is quite chaotic, since it neither contributes to uniformity and standardization, nor reflects historical traditions of the local language.

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